If you have a wound that isn’t healing as quickly or as fully as it should, a Mercy Health wound care specialist can help. Our team uses advanced technologies and treatments, including hyperbaric medicine, to help heal all types of chronic wounds as fast as possible.
We treat wounds caused from poor blood circulation, diabetes, burns, surgeries and other conditions. Wounds can develop on any part of the body but are most common on the legs and feet.
Treatment usually lasts several weeks. You will be given detailed instructions on how to care for your wound at home. These include how to change bandages, help protect the wound from further injury and eat foods that will help you heal.
Contact your doctor or a Mercy Health Wound Care Center if your wound:
- Hasn’t begun to heal in two weeks
- Isn’t completely healed in four weeks
- Shows signs of infection, such as redness, drainage, swelling, change in color, fever or increased pain
- Has healed but reopens again
Services We Offer
- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (hyperbaric medicine)
- Compression therapy
- Specialized wound dressings
- Surgical and non-surgical debridement
- Bio-engineered skin grafting
- Edema management
Every year, chronic wounds, caused by diabetes, poor circulation or other conditions, keeps millions of Americans from doing the things they love to do. The Mercy Health Wound Care Centers can help you get your life back.
We’ll partner with your primary care doctor to help address the health problems, such as diabetes or circulatory problems, that may have caused your wound. Together, we’ll develop a treatment program to help your wound heal quickly and completely.
Bedsores (pressure ulcers)
Chronic refractory osteomyelitis (bone infection)
Compromised skin grafts and flaps
Diabetic foot ulcers
Peristomal skin irritations
Traumatic injuries / wounds
Other chronic, non-healing wounds
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