Wound Care in Boca Raton, Florida (FL)

For most people, with a little patience and maybe a topical ointment, healing from a wound is a natural process. For others, wound healing is a challenge. In these cases, the help of a specialist experienced in treating wounds may be necessary. Seeing a medical professional who is a certified wound specialist ensures that you receive the best care for slow-healing and non-healing wounds. Some of the types of wounds that may benefit from wound management centers are:

  • Diabetic foot, leg and other wounds
  • Wounds in tissues exposed to radiation
  • Bedsores, or pressure wounds
  • Burns
  • Infected wounds
  • Wounds and weeping dermatitis due to lymphedema
  • Venous ulcers
  • Wounds complicated by peripheral arterial disease
  • Wounds that are slow to heal after surgery or trauma
Wound specialists offer comprehensive evaluations of wounds, treatments, wound dressings, and assessments of treatment effectiveness. Treatments may include:
  • Surgical wound closure
  • Wound VAC/Vacuum-Assisted Closure
  • HBOT/Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment
  • Living skin substitutes
  • Growth factors
Talk to your doctor about finding a specialist experienced in treating wounds.


About Foot, Ankle & Leg Vein Center

Foot, Ankle & Leg Vein Center Leg Vein Center It is estimated that more than 80 million Americans suffer from painful, bulging varicose veins or unsightly spider veins. Spider veins are the tiny veins that appear right under the outer layer of skin and are seen as small, red, blue or purple vessels, usually in a cluster pattern. Varicose veins are bulging blue veins on the leg, which appear large, twisted, and ropelike, and can cause pain, swelling or itching.

Veins takes deoxygenated blood from a body part and bring it back to the heart. Veins in the legs oppose gravity and thus to ensure flow in an upward direction, the veins have one way valves. When the valves do not work properly, the blood collects in the veins. When the blood collects in these areas spider and varicose veins will develop.

Most women begin to notice the appearance of spider veins after childbirth, as a result of direct pressure on the veins in the pelvic region and the lower extremities. Furthermore, hormones and the extra volume of blood in the body will lead to varicose veins.

Heredity, smoking, weight loss, direct trauma, excess physical activity and weight lifting may also cause venous disorders to develop. Varicose and spider veins can be physically and emotionally painful, and sufferers often feel embarrassed, frustrated, and, in some cases, depressed. However, a physical exam and ultrasound study will determine if the condition is medical or cosmetic, and also will illuminate appropriate options for treatment.


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