Our wound care treatments have helped numerous patients see significant results. Diabetic wounds or ulcers can be a great burden to the quality of life of patients. They are typically caused by lack of blood flow to the extremities, as a result of uncontrolled diabetes. The reduced blood flow creates reduced cellular activity which would usually keep the tissue clean and free of infection. This most often occurs on the feet or legs, as these parts of the body are the furthest from the heart and circulation is most difficult in these areas.
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Our doctors have helped many of the residents in Houston and surrounding areas heal utilizing safe, all-natural methods of treatment.
The two main conditions that typically cause wounds of this nature include:
- Pressure ulcers, or bedsores, which are caused due to lack of movement, resulting in reduced blood flow.
- Venous stasis ulcers, which occur due to obesity or genetic vein disorder, another result of the inability of fluids to flow through the body that normally should keep an area disinfected and healthy.
Wounds are classified according to their severity and range from clean to infected or necrotic. Healing time can take 10 to 12 weeks for a diabetic ulcer, or even longer if it is not treated properly. However, our cellular therapy methods have been used to decrease the amount of time needed for healing using safe, noninvasive treatments that have yielded magnificent results.
With diabetes mellitus, compression is the leading treatment for signs of reduced blood flow (itching or numbness) as this encourages further circulation through the area. Compression socks or “diabetic socks” or shoes provide some help to prevent the condition from worsening. However, as this is not a cure, further help is needed in patients seeing signs of loss of feeling and ulcers in the extremities.
Treatment for Healing Wounds
At Campbell Health Center, we have effective solutions for patients who are dealing with diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers, venous ulcers or even burns or Mohs surgery damage. Our doctors provide safe, all-natural treatments that work to speed healing, reduce pain, and prevent the last resort of amputation in diabetic patients.
If you are interested in learning more about our all-natural treatments for wound care in Houston, Texas, call us today for a complimentary consultation (832) 402-6911. Let us help you bridge the gap between an uncertain healing path and a more hopeful one.