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What We Treat

HealPrecisely™ is a specialized medical facility that focuses on the treatment and management of various types of wounds. We provide comprehensive care for acute and chronic wounds to promote healing and prevent complications. Some of the conditions and wounds we treat at our wound care clinic include:

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Diabetic Ulcers

Diabetes can lead to poor circulation and nerve damage, increasing the risk of developing foot ulcers. Wound care clinics offer specialized treatments to manage diabetic ulcers and prevent further complications, such as amputation.

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Pressure Ulcers

Also known as bedsores or pressure sores, these wounds occur due to prolonged pressure on certain areas of the body. Wound care clinics provide treatments to promote healing, relieve pressure, and prevent infection.

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Venous Ulcers

These are open sores that typically occur in the legs due to venous insufficiency, which impairs blood flow back to the heart. Wound care clinics manage venous ulcers by addressing the underlying circulatory issues and implementing appropriate wound care techniques.

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Arterial Ulcers

Arterial ulcers result from poor blood circulation caused by arterial disease or peripheral artery disease (PAD). Wound care clinics help manage arterial ulcers by improving blood flow and providing wound care interventions.

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Wound care clinics can also treat various types of burns, ranging from minor burns to severe ones that require advanced care and specialized treatments.

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Traumatic Wounds

Wound care clinics are equipped to handle traumatic injuries, such as lacerations, puncture wounds, and abrasions. They provide appropriate wound cleaning, suturing, and other wound care techniques to promote healing and prevent infection.

In addition to these specific wound types, we also offer services like wound debridement (removing dead or infected tissue), infection management, offloading techniques, compression therapy, and advanced wound dressings. The goal of a wound care clinic is to optimize wound healing, prevent complications, and improve the patient’s overall quality of life.


Visit our NEIGHBORHOOD CLINIC, at Northside Hospital; or our MOBILE TEAM can come to the patient’s location for a thorough evaluation.