7 offices throughout Maryland
If a wound doesn’t improve after four weeks, or does not heal within eight weeks, it is considered a non-healing wound and specialized wound care may be necessary. Our medical team specializes in difficult-to-heal or non-healing wounds of all types including, but not limited to:
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a medical therapy that is used as a treatment for a wide variety of medical conditions and is usually a part of an overall medical care plan.
By providing pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber, HBOT delivers 10-15 times more oxygen to tissues within the body. The increase in oxygen supply during a HBOT treatment allows multiple benefits such as:
Below are some of the conditions that are also approved by Medicare and many insurance companies. Please contact us if there if you have a condition that is not listed below;
ABOUT OUR WOUND CARE CENTERS
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HyperHeal’s wound healing centers are designed specifically for evaluation and treatment of chronic, non-healing wounds and a range of other conditions. Chronic wounds are sometimes caused by trauma resulting from accidents and falls, but are often associated with underlying medical conditions, such as diabetes, smoking, clogging of the arteries, and diseases of the veins (eg. PAD-peripheral arterial disease). Thousands of amputations each year are the result of foot ulcers that plague one out of every seven people with diabetes.
Our outpatient center brings together a variety of specialists: hyperbaric oxygen specialists, vascular, plastic and general surgeons, internal medicine experts, family practitioners, and podiatrists all collaborate on patient care. We specialize in determining the underlying causes that keep chronic wounds from healing.
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Disclaimer: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy may not be appropriate for every individual; it may not be applicable to your condition. Always ask your doctor about all treatment options, as well as their risks and benefits. Only your doctor can determine whether hyperbaric oxygen therapy is appropriate for your situation.