Wound Care Frequently Asked Questions
How get a consultation from the Wound Care Center?
You may call the Wound Care Center directly or be referred by your doctor.
To make an appointment directly, call: You may call the Wound Care Center
directly or be referred by your doctor. To make an appointment directly,
What Causes Non-Healing Wounds?
Chronic and non-healing wounds can result from a number of factors, including
diabetes, poor circulation, trauma, vascular disease, and immobility (which
can lead to pressure ulcers, commonly known as "bed sores").
An estimated eight million Americans suffer from chronic wounds. Wounds
come from a variety of different medical conditions, and they don't
heal for many different reasons
Will I have to change my primary care doctor or specialist?
No. In fact, the Wound Care Center prefers to work with your physician
or medical specialist during the treatments. We even keep your doctor
informed with frequent progress reports. While you’ll be receiving
treatment for your wound from the Wound Care Center, you’ll continue
to receive all of your routine care from your primary physician.
Does insurance cover specialized wound care treatments?
Many health plans cover Wound Care Center treatments. Call us to determine
what your specific plan covers.
What can I expect at the first appointment?
The first appointment consists of an assessment by our skilled wound care
team, a review of your medical history, blood tests, and recommendations
for your treatment plan. Please be sure to bring to this appointment your
medical records, insurance information, a list of current medications,
and a list of your allergies. You should expect to spend several hours
at the Center.