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Wound Care

Aultman Wound Care Services treats patients with hard-to-heal wounds including diabetic foot ulcers and nonhealing surgical or injury sites. 

Our teams of specially trained physicians, nurses and support staff care for patients who make approximately 350 visits to our facility each month. We are located on the ground level of Aultman Hospital. Physician referral is not required to be treated at Aultman Wound Care Services.

Common Wounds

Many conditions benefit from wound care. The three most common chronic, nonhealing wounds are:

Pressure Ulcers
These ulcers occur when soft tissue is pressed between a bony area and another surface for a long time. The amount of pressure, duration and a person's overall health influence the wound's severity.

Pressure ulcers are most commonly found on the tailbone, buttock, hip or heel on people who cannot move themselves around because of illness or injury. The wounds can take weeks or months to heal.

Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Diabetes affects many body systems - including the nerves, blood vessels, muscles and immune system. Diabetics are more likely to get infections and wounds on their feet. These wounds are difficult to heal, so prevention is key.

Venous Leg Wounds
These wounds are caused by many diseases, but venous disease is the most common. Venous ulcers are caused by vein damage. Blood collects in the legs and causes swelling and weeping wounds. Skin on the legs can become discolored and look stained brown.

Lower leg wounds can also be caused by arterial disease. They are hard to heal because blood flow to the wound is reduced.

Treatment Plans

We customize our treatment plans for each patient. Plans may include:

  • Laboratory studies.
  • X-rays.
  • Vascular studies.
  • Surgical debridement to remove infected tissue and bone. 
  • Application of specialty dressings or ointments. 
  • Antibiotic therapy.
  • Use of crutches, wheelchairs or other offloading techniques.
  • Nutritional supplements or counseling.
  • Physical therapy.
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Contact Us

Call 330-363-4977 or email us for more information.

Location Finder

Here's your guide to finding any of the facilities in the Aultman family of health services, including maps and contacts. 

Need a Doctor?

Aultman Medical Group's network of more than 140 medical professionals is committed to high-level patient care.

Schedule an Appointment

Complete an online form, and someone from our scheduling department will contact you soon.

Donate Today

You can help support and enhance services, and in turn, help patients and their families who benefit from care received at Aultman.

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