7 million people suffer from chronic non-healing wounds. And if left untreated, it can lead to other severe conditions and even amputations. That’s why Omaha Integrated Health provides advanced wound healing technology to give our patients the best chance of recovery. We work hard to ensure all our patients get their best results so they don’t become a statistic!
Fast Facts About Wound Care
Develop Diabetic Foot Ulcers Each Year
Will Result in Amputation
Amputations Related to Diabetes
Our team of qualified and skilled practitioners are here for you every step of the way. To learn more about the different types of wounds and treatments available, visit us today!
Learn About Different Types of Wounds
Ulcers are wounds or openings on the skin that are often a result of poor circulation from complications related to diabetes, such as lack of circulation or neuropathy. Since ulcers can easily become infections, seeking early intervention in caring for your wound is imperative.
Surgical wounds can develop from inflammation due to poor oxygenation to the wound from diseases such as diabetes, obesity, and compromised immune systems. Our experts can evaluate your healing wound to help ensure the best possible outcome.
Wounds caused by trauma require specialized care to avoid infection. Omaha Integrated Health is equipped with the cleansing, debridement, and care services needed for effective healing (after initial treatment of traumatic wounds).
Pressure ulcers can develop from prolonged sitting or sleeping. Our expert wound professionals have the tools and equipment to help heal pressure ulcers and are passionate about discussing solutions to help you avoid issues in the future.
Swelling of tissue from a blockage in the lymphatic system may be evident in the arms, legs, hands, and feet and can become chronic or reoccur unless care is taken to help your body heal using state-of-the-art equipment.
What makes us the best choice for advanced wound care treatment?
We offer one of the industry’s most comprehensive A.I. driven wound-healing treatment protocols that allows us to: