Wound & Edema: Diagnoses Treated

 
 

senior couple working in flower garden“The staff explained minute by minute what to expect during treatment. They were kind and caring and went above and beyond the ordinary to meet patient needs both in the Hyperbaric area and the edema treatment area.
I urge anyone who has a sore that has not begun to heal within two weeks or has been present for 30 days to make an appointment. It is much easier to cure a sore when it is small that to let it develop into a serious problem like I did.”
      Claire - Jefferson
 

There are many different types of wounds and various edema conditions. Without specialized care, healing can be frustrating and time consuming. At the Fort HealthCare Wound & Edema Center, we use the most up-to-date practices and equipment for wound healing and lymphedema treatment. We treat chronic wounds in ways no one else can, using a comprehensive approach from assistance with insurance coverage to fitting you with custom orthotics (shoe inserts), high-tech dressings to ordering your home-care supplies - we are here for you every step of the way.

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