High Risk Wound Care
The wound is due to significant force or trauma and other injuries are be present, Bleeding cannot be stopped, There is a concern that wound requires repair with sutures (stitches). The size and location of the wound are important considerations, wound is caused by an animal bite, wound is very dirty and cannot be easily cleaned, infection including redness, swelling, increased pain, and pus at the wound, Tetanus immunizations are not up to date, then a booster is needed within 48 hours
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Minimally invasive surgery allows the surgeon to use techniques that limit the size and number of cuts, or incisions, that they need to make.
Lower Extremity Wound Care
Lower Extremity Wound Care is healing the wounds of lower extremities such as leg and foot sores.
Heat Therapy Treatment
Heat therapy, also known as thermotherapy, is the use of heat in treatment. Applying heat to an area increases the blood flow, bringing along proteins and oxygen.
Foot Drop Is An Abnormality In The Manner Of Walking In Which The Dropping Of The Forefoot Happens Due To Weakness, Irritation Or Damage To The Common Fibular Nerve Including The Sciatic Nerve Or Paralysis Of The Muscles In The Anterior Portion Of The Lower Leg.
Foot Assessment Is A Common Practice In Clinical Practice For Classifying Foot Type With A View To Identifying Possible Factors Relating To Injury And Prescribing Therapeutic Treatments.
Diabetic Foot Check Up
A Diabetic Foot Exam Is Used To Check For Foot Health Problems In People With Diabetes