Non-Healing Wounds: A Chronic Dilemma
The modern healthcare environment poses many challenges for the physician who is attempting to heal a chronic wound. The causes of wounds are as varied as the patients that present them. Below is a sample of the wounds commonly seen in the wound care center:
- Acute traumatic ischemia
- Compromised skin grafts
- Necrotizing tissue infections
- Neuropathic ulcers
- Severe pressure ulcers
- Soft tissue radiation injury
- Refractory osteomyelitis
- Ischemic ulcers
- Venous ulcers
- Diabetic ulcers
- Collagen vascular ulcers
Costs of Wound Care
These ulcers typically result in delayed healing which can lead to increased frustration for the patient as well as the physician.
The figure below details the annual average cost of treating a single ulcer using traditional treatment methods. A patient being treated at ProCare Healing Centers can expect excellent healing outcomes at a cost far below the national average shown below.
The wound healing center has a dedicated team of specialist to treat chronic wounds in the most efficacious manner.
Let us deal with the wound so you can focus on your patient’s other needs!