Wound Care

New Jersey’s Top Wound Care Program

The human body knows how to heal a wound on its own. That’s why most cuts and scrapes go away within a few days. So if a wound takes a long time to heal, it could be a sign that something is wrong. It might be infected or otherwise require special treatment. If that’s the case, visit the wound care specialists at ID Care. We have a full suite of advanced technology and a team of experts that can resolve your wound and get you on the road to recovery.

Infectious disease expert with patient

Access our team of experts with wound resolution rates higher than most in the country.

Does My Wound Need Treatment?

The doctors at ID Care treat all types of wounds, both big and small. If you’re not sure if you should come into the office, always err on the side of caution. In general, any wound that is hard to heal or shows signs of infection should be seen by a qualified expert. That includes everything from small scrapes to ulcers to skin grafts. Common indicators that you should seek medical treatment for a cut, scratch, scrape, or puncture include:

  • Pus leaking from the wound
  • Blue or dark discoloration
  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Unusual odor coming from the wound
  • Consistent pain
  • Unusually warm or hot to the touch
  • Hasn’t healed in over 30 days

Why Wound Care Matters

Wound treatment isn’t always as simple as putting on a bandage. An open wound leaves you vulnerable to potentially dangerous bacteria. When bacteria gets inside, it can cause skin cells and soft tissue to die (necrotize). If that happens, a small cut can quickly turn into a serious issue and even result in amputation and life-threatening complications.

Further, not all wounds are the same. Large, deep, and dirty wounds require specialized treatment to heal properly. And some wounds, like ulcers, may be caused by other issues, such as lack of blood supply or oxygen. For individuals with low immune health, diabetes, and circulatory conditions, getting treated by wound specialists is even more important.

Top Treatment Options in the State

ID Care can provide a level of care that typical medical practices can’t. With extensive knowledge and experience, our team has achieved higher wound resolution rates than most in the country. Our nurse practitioners and doctors have years of experience working on all types of wounds and have access to advanced treatment options.

Every patient is given an individualized treatment plan to make sure they have everything they need to recover properly. Depending on the type of wound, treatment at ID Care may include:

  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)
  • IV antibiotics
  • Vacuum-assisted wound closures
  • Localized hydrotherapy
  • Topical agents
  • Antimicrobial dressings

Take Care of Your Wound Today

If you have an infected wound or one that is abnormally slow to heal, visit your nearest ID Care office today for treatment. We’ll do everything we can to get the wound cleaned and closed, prevent a recurrence, and avoid permanent or disabling complications. Call us at 908-281-0610 to request an appointment or for more information about our wound care services.