fbpx Skip to main content



Hope And Healing Are Here

You don’t have to live with an open wound any longer, no matter how long you’ve been living with it.

Chances are, you’ve probably exhausted just about every treatment you’ve been prescribed and nothing has worked.

Like most chronic wound patients, you’ve probably tried antibiotics, Band-Aidhydrogen peroxide, standard wound therapies and even hyperbaric treatments, or ultrasound therapies with little to no results.

The longer you live with your wound, the more desperate and disheartened you can become.

What Makes HealPrecisely™ Therapy SO Effective?

One study by the National Institutes of Health concluded that treatments like HealPrecisely can be the ideal choice over other tissue-engineered skin equivalents in wound healing.

They wrote “in addition to being an excellent scaffold, it has unique biological properties that are important for tissue repair.”  Because of recent preservation techniques and advancements in research, HealPrecisely can now bring this promising, proven treatment directly to you at home, in a nursing care setting, or in our clinic.

Better yet, patients often start to see real, measurable results in as little as four weeks

Contact us today to see if HealPrecisely™ wound therapy is the right course of treatment for you or someone you love.

Better Outcomes

Some patients see measurable improvement in as little as four weeks for even the hardest-to-heal wounds.

Led By Experts

Our Medical Director is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and wound and hyperbaric therapies.


HealPrecisely treatments are non-invasive and virtually pain free to undergo and are all-natural and easily tolerated.

Mobile Delivery

Our Mobile Medical Team can deploy to a home, hospital, or aggregate care setting to deliver wound care.

Who is a Good Candidate for HealPrecisely™ Wound Therapy?

Our Mobile Medical Team can deploy to a home, hospital, or aggregate care setting to deliver wound care.

  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Venous stasis ulcers
  • Arterial ulcers
  • Burns
  • Chronic wounds
  • Foot wounds
  • Infected wounds
  • Dehiscence wounds
  • Surgical incisions
  • Skin incision
  • Skin laceration
  • Skin abrasion
  • Skin puncture
  • Skin avulsion
  • Animal bite
  • Pyoderma gangrenosum
  • Post radiation wounds