Effective Treatment for Vascular Wounds in Novato, CA

Vascular wounds are injuries to the leg that break the skin, allowing bacteria and air to enter the tissue underneath. While most people heal from these wounds fairly quickly, some may experience complications if there is an underlying problem. In such cases, proper treatment is necessary to prevent the wound from getting larger and leading to serious complications.

At OptemizeMD, our doctors provide effective treatment options to minimize these risks and promote quick healing for vascular wounds in Marin.

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    Causes of Vascular Wounds

    Individuals with problems in their leg veins are at a higher risk of complications from vascular wounds. When leg veins are damaged or do not function properly, blood may circulate in the wrong direction, putting excessive pressure on the leg veins. This pressure can cause skin damage and lead to the development of vascular wounds.

    When To Seek Vascular Wound Care?

    It is advisable to seek vascular wound care as soon as possible if you notice any signs of injury or damage to the skin on your legs, especially if you have underlying problems with the veins in your legs. Signs of vascular wounds may include:

    • Pain
    • Swelling
    • Redness
    • An open sore or ulcer on the leg that does not heal on its own

    Seeking prompt medical attention can help prevent further complications and ensure proper healing. Our wound experts in Marin are available to provide personalized treatment options for vascular wounds to help restore your health and well-being.

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    Treatment Options for Vascular Wounds

    At OptemizeMD, we offer a range of treatment options for vascular wounds. Our team of medical professionals will assess the severity of the wound and develop a personalized treatment plan to meet your specific needs. Here are some of the most common treatment options:

    • Elevation:
      In many cases, simply elevating the leg for a certain amount of time can help reduce the pressure in the veins. This can be done by putting the leg up on the arm of a sofa or by elevating the feet six inches higher than the head using something at the end of the bed.
    • Compression Stockings or Bandages:
      Wearing compression stockings or bandages can help reduce the pressure on leg veins while standing or walking, and decrease the risk of complications due to vascular wounds. In some cases, compression stockings or bandages may be required even after the wound has healed to prevent recurrence.
    • Surgery:
      In rare cases, surgery may be required to address the underlying problem causing the vascular wound. Though it may take a few months to heal completely, surgery provides a permanent solution in most instances.

    See What Our Patients Are Saying About Us

    I recently sustained a burn to my ankle in March which necessitated an Emergency Room visit. When the severity of the wound and the lengthy treatment needed was discussed, I was told of the new wound Center and soon met Dr. Gordon and Irina who immediately became my new best friends.

    Dr. Carl Mani

    First and foremost, Dr. Anthony Gordon and Irena Shteyn, RN, CWOCN saved my life.
    I had severe wounds in both lower legs due to a severe case of cellulitis. I was in acute pain and worried about my prognosis.

    Barbara Scrooc

    I had an accident that injured my leg and I didn’t see a doctor for over a week. I noticed that the wound was not healing so I went to the Emergency at Novato Community Hospital. They told me to see a wound specialist ASAP and they recommended Dr. Anthony Gordon at the Marin Advanced Wound Center.

    Myra Perea

    My father got treatment from Dr. Gordon for his burn wound. Dr. Gordon was very caring, attentive and spent generous amounts of time to give him very effective treatment.

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    Contact Us for Expert Care

    If you are experiencing vascular wounds, don’t hesitate to contact the experts at OptemizeMD. Our team is dedicated to providing personalized treatment options to meet your specific needs. Call us at (415) 429-4225 (Marin) or contact us online to schedule an examination. Let us help you find the best solution for your vascular wounds and restore your health and wellbeing.

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