Wound Care Services

image of Dr. Plemmons and a wound care patientSometimes diabetes, poor blood circulation, infections, fluid retention, or chronic inflammation can slow or interfere with healing of a wound.  If a wound remains open for a prolonged period, there is increased risk of deep infection, permanent tissue injury, and potentially even limb loss. At the Wound Care Clinic, we work to heal your wound as quickly as possible in order to minimize risk of complications related to the wound and move you closer to your best health.

Your primary care provider and specialty care providers work as a team to identify and treat any underlying factors that are delaying your healing process.  Once there is a complete health assessment, you will have a personalized treatment plan to heal your wound.


  • Advanced/antimicrobial wound dressings 
  • Compression therapy
  • Negative pressure therapy
  • Wound debridement
  • Application of skin substitutes
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Types of Wounds Treated

Types of wounds we most often treat include:

  • Arterial wounds – caused by narrowed arteries that decrease blood flow to the wound 
  • Venous wounds – caused by abnormal veins leading to inflammation and swelling
  • Diabetic lower extremity wounds – caused by decreased sensation leading to repeated injury
  • Surgical wounds
  • Traumatic wounds – related to injuries
  • Pressure ulcers (also known as "bed sores") – caused by unrelieved pressure over bony prominences
  • Minor burns
  • Atypical wounds – due to various medical conditions, such as: vasculitis, pyoderma gangrenosum and Warfarin necrosis
  • Non-healing wounds of any kind

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