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Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

Non-healing wounds are just wounds that have not healed yet...but they will with the right course of treatment.

Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

1350 East Market Street
Warren, OH 44482
330-841-6500

Physician Referral Line
1-800-488-5959

The Wound Healing Center at Trumbull Regional Medical Center offers specialized, outpatient care for non-healing wounds, including negative pressure wound therapy, bioengineered tissues, biosynthetic dressings, growth factor therapies, advanced skin substitutes, and hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy. Our Wound Healing Center was named a 2020 Center of Distinction by Healogics, Inc. This marked the sixth consecutive year the Wound Healing Center has earned the Center of Distinction award. It is the only facility in the area to earn this prestigious award.

wound care logosOur team of doctors, nurse practitioners and nurses provide the latest treatments available to promote healing of chronic wounds and help patients recover as quickly as possible. We provide care for:

  • Bone infections

  • Diabetic foot and leg wounds

  • Recurring wounds

  • Surgical wounds

  • Ulcers, including ischemic, pressure and venous stasis

  • Wounds associated with radiation therapy

  • Other conditions such as bites, infections and more

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Used to enhance healing of wounds, particularly those that are difficult-to-heal or infected. During treatment, a patient lies in a special pressurized chamber of pure oxygen and breathes normally, which increases the amount of oxygen in the blood. Our doctors may use hyperbaric oxygen therapy to treat conditions such as:

  • Air or gas embolisms

  • Bone infections

  • Burns

  • Crush injuries and other traumatic injuries that compromise blood supply to tissues

  • Decompression sickness

  • Gangrene

  • Poisoning from carbon monoxide or cyanide

  • Pressure sores

  • Radiation treatment injuries or thermal burns

  • Refractory osteomyelitis

  • Skin grafts

  • Wounds that have not healed with other therapies, such as diabetic foot ulcers