Approximately 6.5 million people suffer from chronic wounds that may linger, despite conventional medical management. At TriStar Southern Hills, our wound care specialists are proud to offer advanced therapies and patient-focused procedures that are designed to speed healing and help our patients enjoy life again.

At our Advanced Wound Care and Vascular Center, we recognize that every patient is unique, and work to create a personalized care plan that takes into account the kind of wound and any conditions that affect healing. We use a multi-disciplinary approach that brings together wound care experts from diverse specialties, and our patients benefit from their expertise. Our team also values communication and education, so our patients stay informed throughout the healing process.

About our wound care center

Our wound care center is conveniently located on the TriStar Southern Hills campus. Visitors can either park in the main visitor lot, or we offer valet parking for visitors with mobility issues.

The benefits of wound care treatment

With every patient interaction, we strive to prevent complications like infections, hospitalization or amputation. The wound care specialists at the Advanced Wound Care Center at TriStar Southern Hills can help with the following wounds:

  • Diabetic Ulcers
  • Venous Ulcers
  • Arterial Ulcers
  • Radiation tissue injury
  • Non-healing surgical wounds
  • Soft tissue infections
  • Pressure Injuries
  • Vasculitis Ulcer
  • Infected Wounds
  • Crush Injuries
  • Bone Infections
  • Osteoradionecrosis
  • Failing/Compromised Grafts and Flaps
  • Necrotizing Infections
  • Gas Gangrene

Specialized therapies

Depending on the causes of non-healing, there are a variety of advanced treatments available to speed healing including bioengineered skin substitutes, therapeutic dressing materials and antimicrobial topical therapies. Growth factors - substances that stimulate healing - might be applied topically. About 15 percent of chronic wounds may also benefit from hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), which delivers oxygen at a rate two to three times higher than normal air pressure inside a chamber.