Wound Care

When you need treatment for non-healing wounds, count on expert care from professionals at the Nash Wound Care Center in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. You’ll receive a thorough exam to identify the cause of your wound and advanced treatment to help you heal.

Conditions We Treat

Get care from Nash UNC Health Care specialists for chronic or non-healing wounds, including:

Tailored Treatment Plan

When you come to the Nash Wound Care Center, you’ll have a medical exam to diagnose and find the underlying cause of your wound. You’ll take part in developing a personalized treatment plan using the best options for you.

Wound Care Treatments

Rely on compassionate care from Nash Wound Care Center specialists who’ll make you feel comfortable. Turn to us for a full range of wound treatments, such as:

  • Epidermal autografts – Places a skin graft on top of your wound or serious burn to promote faster healing
  • Offloading casts – Reduces pressure on feet and legs to improve diabetic foot ulcer healing
  • Skin substitutes – Form a wound closure with natural or synthetic skin replacements
  • Surgical debridement – Takes dead tissue out of your wound to help it heal

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Take advantage of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) located onsite at the Nash Wound Care Center. This effective treatment helps your body heal faster as you inhale 100 percent oxygen.

Specialized Wound Care Team

Choose comprehensive wound care from our knowledgeable, skilled providers, including:

  • Board-certified doctors with surgical training in advanced wound management and hyperbaric medicine
  • Certified wound specialist nurse
  • Certified hyperbaric oxygen therapy technician
  • Trained wound care nurses

Your wound care plan also may involve specialty care providers at Nash UNC, such as diabetes educators, physical therapists, dietitians, vascular doctors, and other professionals.

Complete Wound Care & Support

When you get wound care at Nash UNC, expect your wound care team to:

  • Explain your treatment options
  • Outline the best plan of care for your wound
  • Take before and after photos of your wound to measure the effectiveness of your treatment
  • Give you instructions on how to care for your wound at home and recommend wound care products
  • Teach you how to prevent future wounds
  • Refer you to support services and products to help manage your condition
  • Coordinate home health care, if needed

Attend your weekly appointments and follow your wound care instructions for the best possible healing.

Schedule a Wound Care Appointment

If you have an open wound that hasn’t healed after 30 days, make an appointment at the Nash Wound Care Center. Call 252-962- HEAL (4325) or ask your doctor to refer you.

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