Foot wound injury

Conditions & treatments for WOund 360

Arterial Wound Condition

Painful lesions most of the time on toes and feet.

Venous Ulcers

Legs that swell and develop ulcers.

Surgical Wounds

Non-healing wounds, dehiscent wounds that are open and infected.

Pressure Wounds

Develops due to prolonged pressure to a bony prominence.

Traumatic Wounds

Hematomas, skin tears, or lacerations.

Athlete’s Foot (Tinea Pedis)

Fungal skin infection that usually starts between the toes, also known as Athlete’s Foot.

Compression Therapy

Stockings or bandages to offset pressure on the veins.

Wound Debridement

Minor surgery that is meant to remove any non-living tissue surrounding the wound.

Hydrogel or Hydrocolloid Dressings

Helps ulcers heal.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Stimulates oxygen concentration and improves blood supply to the wound.

Vacuum-Assisted Closure

The wound is exposed to continuous suction to promote healing.

Diabetic Foot and Leg Ulcers

Ulcers developed as a result of diabetes.

Venous and Arterial Ultrasounds

Service offered by partnering with our in-house vascular lab to perform necessary imaging.

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Used to draw out fluid and infection from a wound to help it heal. A bandage is sealed over the would and a gentle vacuum pump is attached.