Diabetes | Wound Care

More than 25% of the U.S. population over the age of 65 has some form of diabetes. The high prevalence of diabetes in older adults is due to age-related Physiological changes such as obesity, cardiovascular complications, cognitive impairment, depression, falls, polypharmacy, persistent pain, and vascular complications. Our medical team works together to provide specific tailored diabetic  programs that encourage the individual and family members to take an active role in the management of this disease process. Our staff sets care goals for the individuals  with diabetes by completing a careful evaluation that reviews each individual’s comorbidities and overall health. Our multi-disciplinary team of physicians, nurses, dieticians, and therapist provide comprehensive support to improve the individuals  quality of life by providing these services:


  • Physician-directed medical treatment
  • Specialized insulin therapies
  • Neuropathy treatment
  • Wound care
  • Oral medication management
  • Dietary education
  • Education of diabetic complications
  • Individual and family counseling and education
  • Amputation therapies
  • Adaptive equipment training


For Individuals with hard to heal wounds, we offer a comprehensive wound care program that includes a broad range of leading edge therapies and treatments including :


  • Wound debridement by Physical Therapist
  • Wound care consultancy to our staff by a wound certified physical therapist  (WCC certification given by the “National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy”.
  • Wound vac (negative pressure wound therapy)
  • E-stim and therapeutic ultrasounds
  • Enzymatic debridement


Our medical team includes trained wound care staff who play an active role in assessing, treating, and overseeing all wound procedures and protocols. To prevent recurrence, our person-centered approach to care also stresses wound prevention and self-management. This wound care approach includes:


  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Arterial and venous ulcers
  • Burns
  • Infections
  • Surgical wounds
  • Amputations


Our certified wound care specialists receive training and certification through the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy. Our wound care program consist of wound debridement by physical therapists, negative pressure wound therapy, e-stim and therapeutic ultrasound for increased blood flow, healing and pain mitigation, and enzymatic debridement. Our specialists can also manage wounds through individual nutrition and dietary programs.