Generations at Oakton offers an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to treat and heal chronic wounds.
What is Wound Care?
A chronic wound is one which heals very slowly, not at all, or is recurrent in nature. Non-healing wounds may be caused by a variety of different medical conditions that can delay or impede the healing process.
Types of slow- or non-healing wounds include:
- Surgical wounds
- Pressure ulcers (bedsores)
- Diabetic ulcers
- Venous/statis ulcers
- Traumatic wounds
- Arterial ulcers
- Wound flaps
- Ischemic ulcers
Who Should Participate in Wound Care?
Anyone with a persistent wound. Chronic and non-healing wounds can result from a number of factors such as diabetes, poor circulation, trauma, vascular disease, and immobility.
Why Choose Generations at Oakton for Wound Care?
Generations at Oakton offers a comprehensive wound care program which can include:
- Surgical wound debridement
- Chemical wound debridement
- Wound VAC
Our staff includes wound care specialists and trained wound care nurses who assess and oversee all wound care treatments, procedures, and protocols. To prevent recurrence, our staff also trains patients on wound prevention and self-management.
Our Interdisciplinary Team
At Generations at Oakton, clinical care staff works with a team of experienced healthcare professionals including:
- Nurse Practitioners
- Physical Therapists
The interdisciplinary team designs a customized program based on your personal health goals, followed by ongoing support for a successful outcome.