Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine
San Diego Wound Care and Hyperbaric
A focus on healing.
Wounds resistant to heal can be painful and frustrating, and occasionally dangerous. At Sharp HealthCare, we understand these challenges. Our caregivers, highly skilled at treating chronic or slow-healing wounds, use top technology to get you back on your feet. And our advanced hyperbaric therapies speed recovery times from a range of wounds and illnesses.
A comprehensive approach to wound care.
Through our wound care services, we see lives changed every day. Diabetic patients walk again after suffering foot ulcers. Bodies are renewed after ostomy or fistula complications. We treat high-risk wounds, neuropathic wounds and pressure ulcers. And our patients see tremendous benefits.
Since no wound is the same, our compassionate care team will create a targeted treatment plan that works best for you. We collaborate with and refer patients to other specialties, including vascular surgery, orthopedics, physical therapy, nutrition counseling and home health. And we provide education on day-to-day care, in addition to assisting with questions, scheduling transportation and other issues.
Hyperbaric medicine made easy.
Our hyperbaric care team is highly specialized, treating a variety of conditions — from carbon monoxide poisoning to decompression illness. A painless process, you'll breathe pure oxygen under increased pressure, which boosts oxygen in the blood stream and stimulates the release of chemicals that help you heal.
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