Wound Care

What are chronic wounds?

Did you know chronic wounds currently affect 6.5 million people in the U.S. and the numbers will likely increase, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health? Chronic wounds develop when any acute wound fails to heal in the expected time frame. Common chronic wounds include pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, burns, post-surgical wounds, or other wounds developed from a traumatic injury.

How We Help

We offer advanced products for wound care including dressings supplies, sequential circulation devices, pressure-relieving support surfaces, compression treatments, and home IV antibiotic therapy through our infusion pharmacy.

Your Provider Orders Your Wound Care Supplies

We Will Verify Coverage And Submit Necessary Documentation

Wound Supplies Delivered To Your Front Door

We Will Follow Up With You About Your Next Shipment

What Is Sequential Circulation Therapy?

Also known as lymphedema pumps or pneumatic compression, sequential circulation therapy is commonly used for the treatment of chronic lymphedema, venous insufficiency, and wound care. This therapy moves fluid from distal (furthest from your body) to proximal (closest to your body) to imitate the body’s function to reduce swelling, decrease pain, and improve range of motion. Garments are available in a wide range of sizes and styles applicable to virtually every anatomical area in need of edema reduction, increased circulation, and promotion of enhanced wound healing.

What Are Pressure Relieving Support Surfaces?

Types of pressure-relieving support surfaces we can provide include mattress overlays such as ROHO®, Low-Air Loss, Alternating-Pressure in addition to a variety of Wheelchair Seat Cushions and Wheelchair back supports.

What is Home IV Therapy?

Receive personal attention in the comforts of home from a team of our experienced clinicians including Pharmacists and Registered Nurses who manage your IV antibiotic therapy for your wound care treatment.

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