Advanced Wound Care
There is no such thing as a “minor” foot wound if you have diabetes, neuropathy, or any other condition affecting your circulation, immune system, or nerve health. A hole in the bottom of your foot is not normal!
Festering ulcers and open sores, if left unaddressed, can get worse and worse until amputation is the only viable option. This is an emergency—which is why, if you have a diabetic wound that needs attention, we’ll do everything to get you in to see us within 24 hours.
We can treat wounds both on-site or, if necessary, at the local wound care center. This includes care for conditions including:
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Venous leg ulcers
- Arterial ulcers
- Hypertensive ulcers
- Traumatic wounds
Some of the advanced treatment options and procedures we can provide include:
- Multi-layer compression wraps and stockings
- Dressing changes
- Total contact casting
- Unna boots
- Advanced biologics and stem cells
- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
Of course, we will also make sure you’re prepared with all the information you need for aftercare, and prescribe any appropriate preventative treatments (such as orthotics and diabetic shoes).
It bears repeating: almost all of the most severe diabetic foot complications can be prevented with diligent attention and care.
7800 66th St N #207, Pinellas Park, FL 33781, USA