The Latest, Most Effective Wound Care Treatments
Watch as Dr. Richard Zollinger, medical director of Carolinas Wound Care Center, explains the hyperbaric oxygen treatment process and patients
share their experiences.
Nearly six million Americans suffer from wounds that do not heal properly. Many times patients are unaware that they should see a specialist who can help their recurring wound. Complications from diabetes, vascular disorders and traumatic injuries are a few common causes of wounds that do not heal well. Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS) can help you.
What sets us apart:
- The wound care experts at Carolinas HealthCare System are at the forefront of wound care treatment. Our centers use the most up-to-date approaches to wound healing and remain current in new scientific advances.
- Carolinas Wound Care Center and the Wound Care Center at CMC-Union earned the Robert A. Warriner, MD, Center of Excellence Award as a result of high patient satisfaction rates, exceptional healing results (92 percent heal rate) and outstanding clinical outcomes.
- We offer hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), an advanced therapy for patients who suffer from chronic wounds that are not responding to traditional therapies. HBOT places people in a pressurized chamber where they breathe 100 percent oxygen. The treatment delivers more oxygen to the body's tissues, which can help heal wounds and save limbs of people with diabetes.
Wound Care Locations
CHS has three North Carolina locations to serve you: