Care begins with a Free Initial Diagnostic Test with a physician or APRN in our office.
During this visit we will complete an examination of your wound, and will perform any required diagnostic testing. After confirmation of the cause and severity of the wound, a customized treatment plan will be recommended by your physician or APRN.
Ultimate Wound Solutions offers more than just traditional treatments, providing a range of integrated solutions depending on your needs. These solutions may include nutritional supplements, Cold Laser Therapy (photobiomodulation), Pulse Electromagnetic Therapies (PEMF), MicroGenDX DNA Pathogen Testing, Kerecis Omega3 Wound Icelandic fish skin grafts, and Kent Multispectral Imaging Snapshot NIR, depending on the severity of your condition.
What Do We Treat?
Chronic Wound Care
A wound that does not progress through the usual stages of healing in a timely manner, usually 30 days, but no longer than 90 days.
A wound usually found on the lateral surface of the ankle, tips of toes, tops of toes, or side of the foot due to poor arterial circulation of the lower extremities. Usually very painful, especially during rest periods.
Venous Stasis Ulcer
Wounds due to poor venous circulation causing edema in the lower extremities. These ulcers are usually found from the knee to the ankle, have moderate to large amount of drainage, and are irregular in shape.
Diabetic Ulcer Treatment (Peripheral Neuropathy)
Open wounds, usually on the toes, heels, or bottom of the foot, caused by peripheral neuropathy, causing a lack of sensation in the foot.
Wounds caused from repeated/unrelieved pressure especially over a bony area of the body.
Acute or chronic inflammation of the skin caused by exposure to radiation, such as cancer radiation therapy. Symptoms may not appear for up to 3 weeks after exposure.
Burn Wound Care
Damage to the skin or other body parts caused by flame, extreme heat, contact with chemicals or scolding objects. Burn depths are generally categorized as first, second or third degree.
When blood vessels are damaged or broken as the result of a blow to the skin, it appears as a bruise. This is a type of hematoma.
Infected Wound Care
Wounds in which bacteria have colonized, causing either a delay in wound healing or deterioration of the wound. Most wounds are contaminated by bacteria. Infected wounds result when the body’s immune defenses are overwhelmed or cannot cope with normal bacterial growth.