Advanced Treatment Modalities

advanced treatment modalities

Advanced Treatment Modalities

  • Topical Oxygen Therapy – NATROX® Oxygen Wound Therapy is a device that produces concentrated oxygen from the surrounding air and passes the oxygen directly to a wound to promote healing.
  • DermaPace Shockwave Therapy – Pulsed Acoustic Cellular Expression (PACE®) is a form of extracorporeal shockwave technology (ESWT) that utilizes high-energy, nonthermal acoustic pressure waves.  Shockwaves are delivered directly into the wound bed to promote wound healing. 
  • Ultrasonic Mist Therapy – MIST® Therapy is an advanced, painless, non-contact, low-frequency ultrasound treatment delivered through a saline mist to aid in the healing of wounds.  This innovative treatment is offered at Tulsa Wound Center to help healing and decrease chances of infection.                                  
  • Total Contact Casting – Total contact casting is the gold standard for offloading treatment of diabetic foot ulcers.  The cast is used to heal diabetic foot ulcers by distributing weight along the entire plantar aspect (sole) of the foot.
  • MolecuLight Imaging –  The MolecuLight i:X has helped wound care professionals by allowing them to use fluorescence imaging technology for the detection of wounds containing elevated bacterial burden (>104 CFU/g)* at the point-of-care.  
  • Compression Treatment – Compression wraps are elastic bandages that wrap around a part of your body to keep swelling down.  The wraps create pressure which pushes extra fluid out of a certain area.  This improves blood flow to that part of the body and helps it heal faster.
  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy –  Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) is a method of decreasing air pressure around a wound to assist in healing.  A NPWT system may help your wound heal more quickly by activating the wound bed, draining excess fluid from the wound, reducing swelling, and reducing bacteria in the wound.
  • Bioengineered Skin Substitute –  Skin substitutes are tissue-engineered products designed to replace the form and function of the skin.  They are often used in chronic, non-healing ulcers, such as pressure ulcers, diabetic neuropathic ulcers and vascular insufficiency ulcers.
  • Hypochlorous Wound Treatment –  Hypochlorous Acid is an ideal wound care agent with powerful microbicidal, antibiofilm, and wound healing potency
  • Selective and Excisional Debridements- Debridement for most wounds is a standard treatment to wound management.  Debridement involves cleaning the wound and removing all thickened skin or callus, infected, and necrotic tissue. 

You may contact Tulsa Wound Center at 918-561-6661 for more information or you can be referred directly by your physician.

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    Call 918-228-5396 to request a Wound Care/Hyperbaric Consultation.