Wound Care Center
The Center for Advanced Wound Care, based in Binghamton, NY, provides cutting-edge, personalized treatments for a variety of non-healing wounds, including:
- Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Pressure Ulcers
- Surgical Wounds
- Traumatic Wounds/Crush Injuries
- Complex Soft Tissue Wounds
- Venous Stasis Wounds
- Compromised Skin Grafts/Flaps
Treatment with the latest technology
We use the latest technology to help speed your wound’s recovery, including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT).
While receiving treatment, you can expect:
- Identification of risk factors
- Prevention measures
- Comprehensive wound management and treatment including physical therapy modalities, as needed
- Patient and family education
- Treatment of draining wounds and fistulas
- Containment of drainage
- Prevention of skin breakdown
- Topical therapy-dressing
Treatment with a personal touch
We provide proven, evidence-based treatment plans tailored to each individual’s needs, resulting in quicker, more complete healing. We take a multidisciplinary approach to your treatment, using UHS’s vast resources including Diabetes Education, Home Health Care, Physical Therapy, Nutritional Guidance and many others.
Treatment in privacy
Your wound care treatments will be conducted in an individual chamber, ensuring your privacy and comfort. A trained technician is with you throughout your session to ensure your safety and comfort while you heal.
Treatment at home
To aid in your wound care at home, we provide education in nutrition, diabetes, wound care, skin care and prevention techniques in avoiding and managing sensitive areas. We also give guidance in specialized therapies such as home health care, physical therapy, occupational therapy and orthotics.
If you have a wound that won’t heal, ask your physician how UHS’s Center for Advanced Wound Care can help you. We accept most insurance plans including Medicare and Medicaid. We provide convenient outpatient care, though inpatient care is available if needed.
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