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When you have a wound that just won’t heal, turn to the wound care experts at Baptist. Our compassionate and highly trained caregivers at the Wound Healing Center understand the issues you are facing. We’re ready to help you take the next
steps in healing for:
Postoperative wounds care
Wounds from a traumatic injury
Related Wound Conditions
Peripheral vascular disease can limit blood flow and slow your body’s healing process. As a result, each year almost 5 million Americans with vascular disease develop chronic ulcers and wounds. People with diabetes are particularly susceptible to
chronic wounds that can lead to amputation in severe cases.
The Wound Healing Center offers an advanced facility with a highly-trained staff of interdisciplinary healthcare professionals. The center’s high success rate makes it your first choice for wound care in San Antonio.
Under the direction of physicians specially trained in wound care and hyperbaric medicine are skilled wound care nurses and experienced hyperbaric technicians. Training and expertise is complemented by our commitment to providing compassionate care and
support to each patients.
Some of the conditions treated by the Wound Healing Center include:
Diabetic foot ulcers
Wounds caused by infection
Wounds due to circulatory problems
Your treatment plan may include some or a combination of the following:
Surgical debridement to remove infected tissue and bone