Effective wound care is of paramount importance for anyone suffering from pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, or venous stasis ulcers. Not only can poorly treated wounds cause pain and discomfort, but they can also lead to serious infections that jeopardize your overall health.
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At our medical clinic, we use regenerative medicine to help treat wounds and improve blood flow to your extremities for fast and efficient healing. Schedule a free consultation today to learn more.
How Can Regenerative Medicine Help Treat Wounds?
Regenerative medicine helps treat wounds caused by pressure ulcers and venous stasis ulcers by encouraging the body’s natural healing mechanisms to bring healing straight to the damaged area. With pressure ulcers or bedsores, there is typically reduced blood flow caused by a lack of movement.
This may be due to an injury, obesity, or some other condition that makes it challenging to move for extended periods of time. Typically, fluids flow through your body and would help keep the area disinfected, but that isn’t possible in this case.
Wounds are usually categorized according to their severity. The range is from clean to necrotic, and, if not treated effectively, some wounds can take up to 12 weeks to heal. Naturally, this can cause serious problems with your overall health, and finding a solution is paramount. Our regenerative treatments can help your body heal pressure ulcers and diabetic ulcers so you can be more comfortable and reduce the risk of serious side effects.
The regenerative cells we use for wound treatment come from the Wharton’s Jelly of umbilical cords. The cords are donated after a scheduled C-section birth, and the mothers are prescreened beforehand to ensure the highest quality tissue. During the collection process, neither the baby nor the mother is harmed in any way.
In a healthy person, there would be healing properties that rush to the site of the wound to initiate healing, and regenerative tissue replaces those factors to allow for normal healing of the wound. Since the tissue is still so young, it contains healing compounds at their full power to help your body’s own healing mechanisms address the reduced blood flow and cellular function.
These healing compounds include:
- Growth factors
- Hyaluronic acid
- Amino acids
- And more
These treatments target the underlying cause of the problem and not just the symptoms, so you can experience long-lasting pain relief and wound healing. The treatment process is quick and minimally invasive, and there is little to no downtime afterward.
If you are in need of wound care in Suwanee, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Buford, Flowering Branch or any city in Gwinnett County, call us today at (770) 614-6266 to book your free consultation.