A complex wound is often the result of the treatment of other conditions, including cardiac, pulmonary, neuromuscular, and renal diseases. A wound that does not heal properly can pose serious health problems and be debilitating. At Lexington, our specialty staff uses up-to-date treatments, techniques, and equipment to deliver comprehensive wound care designed to return our patients to optimum health in the shortest time. Our program is designed to support you physically and emotionally.
Our team collaborates with an on-staff wound specialist physician and a versatile team to address the specific needs of your diagnosis as well as other medical issues and any previous history of wounds.
Appropriate orthotics, compression devices, wheelchairs, and bed surfaces complement your care.
Dedicated, certified, and specialized wound care nurses help plan your course of treatment to include physical therapy, nutrition, and educational resources relating to wound management and prevention.
State-of-the-art rehabilitation programs and equipment provide physical and occupational therapy up to seven days per week.
Treatment protocols feature nutrition enhancements, electronic stimulation, ultrasound, pulse lavage, MIST therapy, wound vac treatment, and advanced wound dressings.
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