Advanced Wound Care & HBOT

Advanced Wound Care | Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Thousand Oaks CA

Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach, the Southern California Wound Healing Center team will evaluate patients through a diagnostic examination to identify the type of wound as well as the underlying problems causing the wound. After this, a treatment program specifically tailored to the patient's needs will be created utilizing the most effective treatment options.

Certain wounds will require hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which involves placing the patient in a sealed chamber for two hours, while they breathe in 100% pure oxygen at a pressure greater than sea level. Treatments in the hyperbaric chamber are for two hours, five days per week, for a total of 30-60 treatments.

Patients will be treated by a multidisciplinary team of board-certified physicians – general surgeons, vascular surgeons, plastic surgeons, internists, geriatricians, infectious disease specialists, physiatrists and clinical wound specialists – all maintaining the goal of successful healing and reducing the risk of amputation and/or disability.

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Dr. Millington is also the Director of Hyperbaric Medicine for the Thousand Oaks Surgical Hospital Center for Hyperbaric Medicine which is also in the building at 2166 N Moorpark Ave, Thousand Oaks, CA.

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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