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Treatments

A hyperbaric oxygen chamber is used to treat non-healing wounds

Wound Care Treatments

Because of his vast experience in plastic surgery, Eric Marchant, MD, medical director for Doylestown Health's Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine, can offer complex surgical treatment options such as skin grafts, skin and muscle flaps, in addition to laboratory evaluation, medical imaging, debridement and advanced dressings.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

In some cases, a more complex treatment plan that includes negative pressure, bio-engineered tissues, biosynthetic dressings or hyperbaric oxygen therapy may be used to treat non-healing wounds. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a well-established treatment that provides patients with pure oxygen in a pressurized capsule, stimulating the release of growth factors and stem cells that promote healing and fights infection. Hyperbaric oxygen is usually well tolerated with few side effects.

Comprehensive Wound Treatment

Our experts are specialists in providing advanced wound care techniques through:

  • Evidence-based clinical protocols
  • An individualized plan of care tailored to the patient's specific healing goals
  • Clinical case management and follow-up care
  • Education for the patient and their family to support healing at home
  • Ongoing communication with you about the patient's progress

Scheduling

If you suffer from a chronic or non-healing wound, call Doylestown Health's Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine directly, or ask your doctor for a referral. To make an appointment, call 267.885.1775.

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