Renowned Wound Care
Most wounds heal on their own — typically after a week. But larger, deeper, and dirtier wounds have longer healing processes and require higher levels of expertise to treat effectively. Many individuals with diabetes or circulatory conditions have hard-to-heal wounds, but if a wound becomes infected, your body may not be able to heal and recover the way it normally would. Whether you have a small cut or scrape, a scratch, or punctured skin, it’s crucial that you check your wound regularly for signs of infection or lack of oxygen. These signs and symptoms may include pus leaking from the wound, blue or dark discoloration, redness or swelling, an unusual odor coming from the wound, consistent pain, or is unusually warm or feels hot to the touch. If your wound hasn’t healed in over 30 days, it’s time to turn to an expert wound care center.
Access our team of experts with wound resolution rates higher than most in the country.
The ID Wound Care program is comprised of a multidisciplinary, multi-certified team of nurse practitioners and physicians with added certifications in this field of care and wound resolution rates higher than most in the country. Here, we care for a variety of wounds such as diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, infected or necrotizing wounds, trauma wounds, arterial ulcers, dehisced surgical wounds, complex surgical tissue wounds, compromised skin grafts and flaps, osteomyelitis (bone infection), and damaged or impaired skin.
Offering individualized and evidence-based treatment plans using the latest advances in technology — including hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), IV antibiotics, vacuum-assisted wound closures, localized hydrotherapy, topical agents, and more — we’re maximizing the healing process, preventing infection, decreasing treatment times, and reducing the chances of developing a permanent disability. Each of our comprehensive treatment options is designed to heal chronic wounds, prevent recurrence, and get you back to the life you love.