Our care team at Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus provides advanced wound healing with hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Wound care specialists provide options for hard-to-treat wounds
In Appleton, Wisconsin, doctors and nurses at the wound care center specialize in treating complex, slow-healing wounds, including diabetic foot ulcers and leg ulcers. We offer advanced wound-care treatments to promote healing, including:
- Debridement (removing contaminated tissue) using various methods
- Compression therapy
- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
- Infection management and prevention
- Topical wound and skin care
- Patient and family education
- Ostomy care
Wound care after surgery is critical for your health. And doing regular self-checks, especially in hard-to-see places, may help prevent infection and serious complications. Our care team is here to help.
Advanced wound healing with hyperbaric oxygen therapy
The hyperbaric chamber is a painless environment that delivers oxygen-rich therapy to promote wound healing. During hyperbaric oxygen therapy, concentrated oxygen quickly increases in your bloodstream and helps heal the wound from the inside out. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a treatment for other conditions in addition to diabetic foot ulcers and slow-healing wounds.
When hyperbaric oxygen therapy is recommended, our care team takes the time to answer your questions. Call 920-738-2751.
The Hyperbaric chamber used to treat many conditions:
Our wound care doctors use hyperbaric oxygen therapy to treat many health conditions, including:
- Bubbles of air in your blood vessels (arterial gas embolism)
- Burns, including radiation injury
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Decompression sickness
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Gas gangrene
- Compromised skin grafts and flaps
- Peripheral ischemia
- Osteomyelitis (bone infection)
- Necrotizing soft tissue infections
Work with our wound care team to manage your recovery
Our doctors and nurses listen to understand you and your health concerns. And we understand your frustration when wounds are not healing. We show you how to improve your wound-cleaning hygiene at home as part of your personalized recovery plan. Our goal is to help prevent rehospitalization for infection or wound-healing complications, and improve your quality of life.