Trust the Wounds Care Specialists for Proper Healing

Non-healing wounds are a common problem that can result from various medical conditions, such as diabetes, venous stasis disease, and pressure ulcers. These wounds require special medical attention if they fail to heal after several weeks, putting patients at risk of infection or even loss of limb. At OptemizeMD, we offer specialized care for non-healing wounds to promote healing and prevent complications. Just give us a call for wound care at our location in Marin.

If you have any questions regarding a wound that just won’t seem to heal, feel free to drop by our Marin clinic or give us a call. We’re here to help you get on the road to recovery!

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    Causes of Non-Healing Wounds

    Non-healing wounds can result from several factors, including diabetes, vascular diseases, and pressure ulcers due to immobility. These wounds require specialized medical attention as they often fail to respond to traditional wound care.

    Treatments for Non-Healing Wounds

    At OptemizeMD, our team of wound care specialists provides personalized treatment plans for each patient based on wound evaluation, vascular assessment, nutritional assessment, and laboratory results. Our interventions include:

    • Protection
    • Revascularization
    • Excision / Debridement
    • Infection Control
    • Skin Grafting
    • Pressure Relief
    • Skincare

    How We Can Help You Recover with Wounds Care

    Our team of wound care specialists is dedicated to providing expert medical attention to non-healing wounds care. We assess, treat, and create plans for continued care to achieve improved healing rates and prevent amputations in chronic wound cases. We provide primary treatment for hard-to-heal wounds resulting from diabetes, venous stasis disease, and pressure ulcers from lack of patient mobility.

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    When to Seek Wound Care: Expert Recommendations

    Proper wound healing is essential to avoid complications such as infection, pain, and slow healing. Some underlying conditions can prevent wounds from healing correctly and may require specialized medical attention. Here are some expert recommendations to help you determine when to seek wound care:

    • Do you currently have an open wound or sore on any part of the body?
    • Have you had an open wound or sore for more than four weeks?
    • Is the wound or area around the wound discolored, producing odor, or showing excessive drainage?
    • Have you been diagnosed with diabetes or peripheral vascular disease?
    • Have you ever considered yourself “slow to heal”?

    If you answered yes to any of the above questions, it is advisable to contact a wound care specialist for proper medical attention.

    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.

    Sara Cox

    Trust the Experts at OptemizeMD

    If you or a loved one is struggling with non-healing wounds, don’t hesitate to contact OptemizeMD for specialized medical attention. Our team of wound care specialists is here to provide you with personalized treatment options to promote healing and prevent complications. Call us at (415) 429-4225 or visit us online to schedule an appointment today.

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