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Wound Care

To refer a patient, or for more information about our services call: 504.835.4919

Comprehensive Wound Healing 

As a comprehensive wound center, we treat all wounds, but specialize in those that have become difficult to heal. 

Our approach to wound care is aggressive and comprehensive, coordinating traditional and advanced therapies that aid and accelerate the healing process. 

Our center is staffed by clinicians with advanced training in wound care. 

Individualized, Patient-Focused Care 

We utilize best clinical practices that begin with a thorough patient evaluation and diagnostic testing to determine wound etiology. An individualized care plan is then developed using evidence-based therapies that are highly effective in facilitating the healing process, including: 
  • Debridement 
  • Offloading 
  • Cellular and/or tissue-based products (skin substitutes) 
  • Specialty dressings and wraps 
  • Compression therapy 
  • Topical medications 
For your patients, that means faster healing times, longer-lasting results, decreased amputation rates and increased mobility. 
Patients Remain in Your Care 
If you are a referring physician, your patient remains in your care. You will receive frequent updates, remaining an active member of the wound care management team. Upon healing, your patient is discharged back to you. 
When to Call the Wound Center
Any patient who has a wound that has not responded to conventional therapy should be referred to the wound center for further evaluation. 
Our wound center treats all wounds associated with, but not limited to: 
  • Pressure injuries/ulcer 
  • Venous ulcer 
  • Diabetic foot ulcer 
  • Non-healing, post-surgical wound 
  • Arterial/ischemic ulcer 
  • Traumatic wound 
  • Compromised skin graft or flap 
  • Crush injury 
  • Post-radiation ulcer/wound 
Non-healing wounds can have serious health consequences and may adversely affect the quality of life for your patients. 
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