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Specialty Care for Chronic, Non-Healing Wounds

A wound that has not healed within four weeks is considered to be a chronic or non-healing wound. Millions of Americans suffering from chronic wounds spend billions of dollars on wound care products each year. However, in many cases, the underlying cause of the wound is what needs to be treated, not the wound itself. Underlying conditions and causes that may lead to non-healing wounds include poor circulation, infection, poor nutrition and repeated trauma to the injured area. For these wounds, a comprehensive treatment approach is essential to achieve an optimal outcome.  

The most common types of non-healing wounds include:

The wound care specialists at the UH Portage Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center offer the most comprehensive care and advanced treatments for non-healing wounds including hyperbaric oxygen therapy and vascular, endovascular and limb salvage surgery.

UH Portage Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine Center
UH Streetsboro Health Center
9318 State Route 14
Streetsboro, Ohio 44241

Call 330-422-7755 to schedule a consultation with a wound care expert.