Fisher-Titus Center for Wound Healing is dedicated to healing patients with difficult-to-heal wounds. Such wounds are often the result of diabetes, circulatory problems, chronic infections or limited mobility and trauma. A highly skilled and specially trained team of doctors, nurses and technicians staff the Fisher-Titus Center for Wound Healing. This team has advanced training and experience in healing difficult wounds.
The Goals of the Center Include:
Most wounds, minor cuts and scratches heal on their own within two weeks. Sometimes a wound stays open longer due to blood flow problems, infection, diabetes or poor nutrition. Not only do non-healing wounds cause pain and discomfort, they are often signs of larger and more complicated problems.
The Center helps chronic wounds heal faster by treating the cause of the non-healing wound and applying evidence-based medical and surgical techniques that are outcome focused and cost-effective.
Center for Wound Healing Medical Staff:
Specialists that are part of the team include:
HBOT is a painless treatment used to heal problem wounds. The treatment sessions occur in a transparent chamber containing 100 percent oxygen. This type of treatment enables the blood to carry up to 20 times the amount of oxygen to the body's tissues, triggering a patient's natural wound healing abilities to function more efficiently and to fight infection better.
Fisher-Titus HBOT does not provide emergency hyperbaric treatments.