Our Treatment Approach

Every year between four and five million Americans like you suffer from chronic non-healing wounds. Many of these wounds are caused by diabetes, poor circulation and other conditions that can keep you from enjoying the things you like doing. Rest assured, the clinicians at Southern California Wound Healing Center are here to help heal your wound - it's what we do best.

Remember that you are an integral part of the wound healing process. By keeping your appointments and by sticking to the program, we can both heal your wound together.

The course of treatment depends on what type of wound you have. During your first visit, our staff of physicians and nurses will evaluate your wound's status & review your medical history. You may also need special non-invasive tests that give us information about blood flow and oxygen flow in the wound area. This will then help to determine what course of treatment you will need.

Course of treatment may include:

  • Vascular testing
  • Surgical intervention
  • Diabetes education
  • Nutritional services
  • Education on wound prevention
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Antibiotic therapy
  • State-of-the-art wound care treatment products
  • Our Team

    Our wound care team consists of multi-specialty physicians, registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, certified medical assistants and certified hyperbaric technicians.

    How We Work With Your Doctor

    During your treatment at the Wound Management Center, your primary care physician remains an integral part of your overall treatment plan. We work with your physician just like any other medical specialist. We discuss your treatment plan and keep him or her updated on your progress. Remember, it is important that you see your physician for routine medical care.

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    Do you need wound care?

    If you have had a wound that has not significantly started to get better within four (4) weeks or completely heal in two (2) months, you should ask your doctor to send you to the wound management center.

    Types of wounds frequently seen at Southern California Wound Healing Center:

    Diabetic neuropathy
    Pressure ulcers
    Radionecrosis ulcers
    Arterial insufficiency ulcers
    Venous stasis
    Peripheral vascular disease
    Other etiologies