Our objective is to enhance the quality of life for all our patients and their families that suffer from the hardship, pain and disability caused by non-healing wounds.
If you or your loved ones have been suffering with disability and the seemingly endless attempts to heal your persistent sores without success, come see us. We specialize in treating patients just like you, with outstanding results.
There is hope for people with non-healing wounds!
There are many reasons that a person can develop an open skin wound, but some of the most common reasons include:
Why some wounds will not heal
Many non-healing wounds and sores are actually caused by other illness or underlying medical conditions that the patient may not be aware of. Diabetes, smoking, other causes of poor blood circulation, heart problems, poor nutrition and conflicting combinations of medications can often cause wounds to develop-especially in the legs and feet-that simply will not heal using conventional medicine.
Four basic phases to how a wound should heal:
How can physical therapy help?
The physical therapist has been specially trained in the care of wounds. They will do one or more of the following:
Depending on the type of wound and amount of care needed, the patient may need physical therapy anywhere from once a week to daily.
We believe that our friendly and comprehensive patient care can be definitive in improving the quality of life for chronic wound patients and their families. Our knowledgeable staff is uniquely experienced in wound management. We utilize the latest medical research and advanced technology in the treatment of wounds that have failed to heal. Our comprehensive and individualized medical care can often heal the most difficult non-healing wounds which compromise quality of life and threaten permanent disability.
Aquamed Dry Hydrotherapy
ATM (Acute Therapeutic Movement)
Integrative Dry Needling