Comprehensive Wound Management


Treating Wounds – The Holistic Way!!! 


At our clinic, wounds are carefully monitored with a comprehensive approach that includes preventive screening, early detection and aggressive treatment both from doctors and nurses at the clinic and from paramedical staff who visit patients at home.


Why is wound care important?


While most wounds heal uneventfully by normal bodily processes, some do not. A problematic wound is typically one that has not healed within 4 weeks.

When wounds fail to heal, the underlying reasons must be identified. These reasons are varied and may include conditions such as infection, uncontrolled diabetes, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), swelling and repeated trauma.



Chronic wounds are wounds that don’t heal or improve significantly within about four weeks. Chronic wounds can greatly affect a person’s quality of life.

A stubborn wound that won’t heal can prevent you from being as active you would like to be, impacting your family, social life, work and more. It could even lead to complications such as infection and Amputation.


What Do We Treat

  • Diabetic Foot Wounds
  • Non-healing Ulcers – wounds or sores that does not heal or keep returning; these include
    • diabetic foot and lower extremity ulcers
    • venous insufficiency ulcers
    • arterial insufficiency ulcers
    • pressure ulcers (bedsores)
  • Skin grafts and/or flaps that have failed or are in the process of failing
  • Surgical wounds that have reopened or in any way have failed to heal
  • Edema (swelling) with Cellulitis and lymphedema

Diabetic patients are at increased risk for acquiring foot ulcers that can become non-healing wounds. If you have slow-to-heal wounds due to diabetes complications, we offer state-of-the-art solutions that can dramatically accelerate the healing process.

Our specially trained doctors provide leading-edge treatment techniques for patients with diabetic foot. We give patients personal attention and continuity of care throughout the entire wound-management process.

How We Treat Wounds


Wound Management Involves a multidisciplinary team effort to prevent systemic spread of infection and avoid amputations. Wound healing is an intricate process in which the skin (or another organ-tissue) repairs itself after injury.



Every wound is different

  • No two wounds are the same
  • Choosing the appropriate wound management approach is key to successful wound healing



The Wound Healing Progression Model

The Wound Healing Progression Model



Treatment Aim




The principal aims for wound management are


  • To produce rapid and cosmetically acceptable healing
  • To reduce pain
  • To prevent or combat infection
  • To cause minimum distress or disturbance to the patient
  • To hide or cover a wound for cosmetic reasons
  • A combination of two or more of the above

Our ultimate goal is to heal patients as quickly and safely as possible and to prevent amputations.

Because of our expertise, patients who thought that they would not walk again, now lead more productive lives as a result of our comprehensive wound management approach and extensive experience.

Our comprehensive wound management plan offers a high level of limb salvage in severe wounds, earlier recovery, and prevention of prolonged and/or permanent disability.

Poor circulation, diabetes, trauma from surgery, bone infections and pressure ulcers are some of the conditions which may result in wounds that do not respond to ordinary treatment.

Since every patient’s wound is unique, each patient receives a thorough diagnostic examination to identify the type of wound and the underlying causes.

Our Treatment Approach Involves Non-Surgical & Surgical Options
Our main treatment goal is to avoid surgery by successfully treating the wounds with non-surgical treatment options.

In addition, we offer medication management and collaborate with diabetes educators to ensure that patients understand how to care for themselves when they have diabetes.

A wide-range of surgical options, including radical debridement, skin grafts, advanced limb-salvage techniques, and re constructive surgery.

Wound care has come a long way in just a few decades. With our expanded knowledge of wound healing and recent advances in treatment, we’re now able to assess wounds more accurately, recognize wound-related problems sooner, provide better interventions, and reduce morbidity.

Prevention of Future Wounds
A wound that has not healed in a month´s time should be evaluated by a wound care specialist.
In preparation for the post-healing phase, we offer a comprehensive educational and counselling process to help patients to take appropriate measures/precautions to prevent future wounds and wound related problems.