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Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine

Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine

For wounds that don’t heal on their own, many Heartland residents find help at the Florida Hospital Heartland Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine. Wounds resulting from diabetes, poor circulation, traumatic injuries, burns, bedsores and more—all treated by physicians with a focus on chronic and complicated wound care.

The Healing Power of a Specialized Approach

Our multi-disciplinary staff of physicians, nurses and clinicians assesses each individual wound condition to deliver the most effective plan of treatment. Sometimes, that means utilizing physical therapists or other specialists to fully address other issues that wounds can cause. Patients of Florida Hospital Heartland Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine have access to a full team of medical professionals:

  • Surgeons
  • Podiatrists
  • Registered Nurse
  • Home Health Aide
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Medical Social Services

We’re utilizing the most proven and trusted techniques in would management, including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, which supercharges the body’s healing ability with concentrated oxygen. Hyperbaric therapy is a proven, and highly successful treatment in resolving painful, stubborn wounds and infections. Our robust roster of wound care services includes:

  • Debridement
  • Infection Control
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • Grafting/Flapping
  • Re-Vascularization
  • Diabetic Education/Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Orthotics
  • Pressure Reducing/Relieving Devices
  • Rehabilitative Services
  • Our Highly-Qualified Team Professionals

Pro-patient Care

Working together with our patients’ primary care physicians, our team will help ensure the progress toward healing can be closely monitored while also addressing any other health issues that may be worsening or causing the wound. Our program focuses on patients with:

  • Wounds that fail to show significant improvement toward healing
  • Wounds involving tendons, ligament, bone and/or joint
  • Sensory loss in the feet with or without diabetes
  • Venous leg ulcers
  • Ulcers resulting from poor circulation
  • Non-healing surgical or traumatic wounds
  • Late effects of radiation with soft tissue damage
  • Mandibular Osteoradionecrosis