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Maintaining wound care treatment at home reduces risk of infection while at a hospital but can also be difficult to perform on your own. Our team of wound care experts is happy to provide dressing changes and wound cleaning to aid in your recovery.

Common areas of wound care our team is experienced treating include:

  • Surgical and post-surgical
  • Infected or draining
  • Amputations
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Stasis ulcers
  • Chronic wounds
  • Radiation burns
  • Traumatic injuries
  • And more

Lymphedema Services & Licensed Certified Lymphedema Therapy

Our Certified Lymphedema Therapists are trained in varied lymphedema therapies including:

  • Manual lymph drainage
  • Intermittent compression therapy
  • Multi-layered bandaging, including home instruction
  • Custom lymphedema garment fitting
  • Therapeutic exercises to promote lymph drainage
  • Education for patients and families on the condition and prevention methods
  • Patient advocacy for lymphedema awareness, prevention and treatment

Your personalized wound care plan is entirely dependent on your level of comfort and recommended wound changing schedule. Our team will work with you and your primary physician to ensure you are comfortable with your treatment plan.

Common Treatment Methods for At-Home Wound Care

The following are some of the methods our team practices in the home to ensure your wounds heal properly without needing to visit a hospital or doctor’s office:

  • Professional consultation and close monitoring by specialized RNs certified in providing wound, ostomy, and continence care.
  • Technical treatment and analysis using imaging equipment, IVs, and other medical-grade supplies brought to your home.
  • Tailored treatment plans for wound care
  • Management of wound care, including drainage and changing dressing.
  • Pain and medication management expertise.
  • Patient and caregiver education for wound care and future wound prevention.
  • Counseling for foods, supplements, and activities which can promote healing, appropriately tailored for the patient’s condition.
  • Coordination and communication with your treating physician regarding the healing process, progress, and options for treatment.

Benefits of Wound Care Services At Home

Receiving wound care in your home rather than in a hospital or doctor’s office is beneficial in many ways. Some of these benefits include:

No Hassle Appointments

Getting to the doctor can be challenging. Mobility, pain, childcare, transportation, and having to rely on the availability of others can all be obstacles to making each appointment. That’s why having a wound care expert from our team treat your wound in your home can free up those constraints and allow you to get the care you need without the hassle of leaving your home. Our team has uninterrupted access to all of the equipment, instruments, and materials needed to give your wound proper treatment at home.

Consistency of Care

In order for your wound to heal properly, it needs consistent care. Sometimes, a wound requires specialized attention daily or several times a week. It can be difficult to arrange for that many visits to the doctor’s office. However, neglecting the necessary treatment can have serious consequences and delay healing. Home visits for wound care ensure that you get the consistency of treatment you need to heal quickly and properly.

Increased Comfort

As the saying goes, “there’s no place like home.” When healing from a wound, you will typically want to reduce any levels of potential discomfort. You can enjoy the luxury of staying in your home while one of our wound care experts comes to you. Choose to stay in your slippers rather than lacing up your shoes. Relax in your favorite chair or on your bed rather than making the tiring journey through parking lots and waiting rooms. The more you can relax, the more your body can focus on healing.

Lowered Risk of Complications

A healing wound can face many risks of complications. One such risk can be frequent visits to a hospital or doctor’s office. These places have higher levels of harmful pathogens that can contaminate a wound and lead to infection. Another risk is simply leaving the home. Traffic accidents, bumping into things or falling, or facing another environmental hazard outside of the security and familiarity of home can leave you at risk for worsening your wound. It is also beneficial to have a wound care expert guide and educate you on the best ways to care for your wound as an out-patient and to prevent further wounds or complications. Staying home to receive care can significantly lower your risk of infection or further harm.

Quicker Healing Time

Thanks to the benefits already described and more, patients who receive in-home wound care also experience improved healing time overall. When compared with the time it takes on average for a wound to heal, those who take advantage of the convenience, consistency, and safety of home visits tend to heal faster. Patients who rely on in-office visits are exposed to more obstacles in getting to their appointments and are at greater risk of infection.

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We want you to understand what we do before we ever step foot in your home. Our primary goal is to provide the best care for you under your individual circumstances.

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