Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Diabetic Wounds

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Do you need the Wound Care Center?

The Diabetic Association reports that adding hyperbaric oxygen to a comprehensive treatment program can help avoid 85% of the potential amputations done each year due to non-healing diabetic wounds. Patients who have not responded to traditional treatment alone may benefit by adding hyperbaric medicine to their comprehensive treatment program.

 

What is Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)?

Hyperbaric oxygen is a safe, comfortable, non-invasive treatment that speeds healing.   Patients breath 100% oxygen while in the largest, FDA approved hyperbaric chambers in North Dallas.  They receive 10 times the amount of oxygen and this results in improved healing, reduced swelling, and up to 8 times more stem cells, that are mobilized them to go where there is damaged tissue.  Patients can watch a movie or sleep during the therapy.

Our experienced team of experienced doctors and nurses are dedicated to treating wounds that have resisted healing after months and even years of traditional treatment.

Wound Care

Our Hyperbaric Wound Care Center provides patients suffering with chronic or acute wounds and a variety of other conditions, with the most comprehensive, advanced therapy available. The Hyperbaric Wound Care Center provides outpatient skilled care, and an individualized comprehensive treatment plan designed to provide you with the best possible healing outcomes. Our team of experienced experts offers technologically advanced outpatient care that is highly effective for individuals who have wounds that have been difficult to heal on their own or with standard wound treatment alone.

If you have a wound that hasn’t started to get significantly better after treatment, call us, Dr. Graff can help!

 

These wounds include, but are not limited to:

  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Radiation tissue damage
  • Bone infection
  • Vascular disease
  • Trauma wounds
  • Failed grafts
  • Spontaneous hearing loss
  • Anaerobic Infections
  • Gangrene
  • Failed flaps and skin grafts

Many of these conditions may be covered by your insurance.