Wound Management for all Types of Wounds and for all Patients

A wound is defined as an injury to the skin, tissue or an organ. Sometimes a wound is referred to as an ulcer. The major difference is that an ulcer is a “wound” that is slow to heal. Healing of wounds/ulcers can be slow when a person has health conditions such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, blood flow insufficiency, infections or other serious conditions.

It is important to keep the wound clean and change bandages often. In order for the wound to heal properly, it must be tended to daily. I am here to ensure that your wounds are tended to and help you in the healing process.

It is my mission to assist each individual with advanced treatment options. Close collaborative relationships with other health care providers offers added support to treat a patient’s wound with evidence based practice.