Wound management and care is a complex branch of medicine, and too often, patients receive generic treatment, not tailored to their exact needs and injury. This isn’t the case at NOVA Wound Care, PC, which has two offices in Virginia — one in Fairfax and the other in Eastern Shore Painter. Every provider at the practice has extensive training in wound management and skin care. Find out more about their Wound Care 360 services and how they can help you. Call the office most convenient to you or schedule an appointment online today.
Wound Care 360 is the approach NOVA Wound Care, PC, takes to patient care. They believe that every patient healing from a wound should have a physician who proactively provides comprehensive support and treatment when they need it, rather than being on their own for care.
Wound Care 360 shows commitment to providing wound management and skin care from all angles, whether that be medical, surgical, or therapy-led.
The team at NOVA Wound Care, PC, are leading wound management specialists. If you have any concerns about how a wound is healing, or what to expect during the healing process, reach out to them right away.
NOVA Wound Care, PC, offers treatment and wound management services for eight primary wound types. These include:
If you have an existing wound, if you're at risk of developing a wound, or if you have a surgery planned that will cause one, schedule a consultation so NOVA Wound Care, PC, can get you on the road to recovery.
Nova Wound Care, PC, offers a range of treatments depending on the type of wound you have and the reason for it in the first place. Wound management may include:
Antibiotics help clear up an existing infection in a wound and also prevents one from developing.
Vacuum-assisted closure therapy creates negative pressure across the surface of the wound to increase blood flow to it.
Debridement is the removal of dead or inflamed tissue.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases blood oxygen levels, which improves blood supply to the wound area.
Skin grafts transplant skin from another part of your body onto the wound.
Dressings remove excess fluid from the wound and protect it from infection.
Compression treatment can help a wound heal faster, especially if poor circulation caused it in the first place.
Living with a healing wound can be both physically and mentally challenging. If you need support with wound management and skin care, call NOVA Wound Care, PC, to schedule an appointment, or book online today.