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Wound Care

We're here to provide you with a range of specialized wound care services tailored to your needs. Whether you're dealing with diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers, venous ulcers , or chronic wounds, our team of skilled podiatrists has got you covered!

It's important to seek medical evaluation and treatment for proper diagnosis and management of these different forms of wounds.

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Diabetic Wound Care

At Northern InStride, we specialize in diabetic wound care, offering comprehensive treatments to promote healing and prevent complications. Our expert podiatrists understand the unique challenges of diabetes, particularly when it comes to foot ulcers. With a focus on amputation prevention, we provide personalized care that includes advanced wound dressings, specialized offloading techniques, and wound debridement.We prioritize patient education, empowering you with knowledge to maintain proper foot care and detect issues early. Trust us to protect your feet, preserve mobility, and provide exceptional diabetic wound care. 

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Chronic Wounds

Venous Wounds

Pressure Ulcers

A chronic wound refers to a persistent and slow-healing wound that occurs in individuals with or without diabetes. These wounds often result from underlying health conditions, impaired circulation, increase edema and pressure. Unlike acute wounds that typically heal within a predictable timeframe chronic wounds can persist for weeks, months, or even longer. They require specialized care and attention to facilitate the healing process, reduce the risk of infection, and promote optimal tissue regeneration.

After undergoing treatment for venous wounds, your healthcare team is essential in ensuring proper healing and recovery. They will guide you through necessary care procedures, which include maintaining cleanliness and moisture balance of the wound area, and adhering to personalized care instructions. Regular check-ups with your healthcare provider are vital to closely monitor the healing progress and to promptly address any complications that might surface. Should you observe any symptoms of infection such as increased redness, swelling, or unusual discharge, it is crucial to contact your healthcare team immediately. With their expertise and continuous support, you are well-equipped to manage your recovery confidently, knowing that professional help is always within reach.

If you're dealing with pressure ulcers, our podiatry team is here to assist you every step of the way. We'll assess your ulcers, recommend appropriate treatments like specialized dressings and offloading devices, and provide guidance on skincare and positioning to promote healing. By working closely with other healthcare professionals, we aim to address the underlying causes and help you find relief while improving your comfort and mobility. Don't hesitate to reach out to us for support and personalized care.

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