Expert Diabetic Wound Care Treatment in Novato, CA

Diabetes is a disease that can have serious consequences beyond blood sugar management and dietary considerations. Diabetic wounds and related complications are common and can lead to significant health issues. Shockingly, statistics indicate that every minute, a person around the world loses a lower limb due to diabetes, often starting with a non-healing wound or ulcer.

At Advanced Wound Center, we offer comprehensive treatment for diabetic foot wounds. We use a holistic approach that blends prevention and education with cutting-edge wound care techniques. If you’re suffering from a diabetic wound, our experienced wound care team in Marin is ready to help.

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    Whether you’re dealing with stubborn wound that just won’t seem to heal, or you simply have some questions about your recovery, we’ve got you covered. Visit us at one of our two convenient locations, or give us a call to chat with one of our experts. We’re here to help you get back on the road to recovery in no time!

    What Are Diabetic Wounds?

    Diabetic wounds are a serious concern for individuals with diabetes. When a person with diabetes sustains an injury on their foot, they are at risk for developing a chronic wound due to various conditions, including poor circulation, neuropathy, and nerve damage. At our wound care center in Marin, we utilize the latest medical techniques to provide specialized care for diabetic wounds.

    Preventative Care Guidelines

    Maintaining proper foot health is essential for people with diabetes. Here are some guidelines to help prevent diabetic foot wounds from developing:

    • Check for wounds and abrasions regularly.
    • Wash feet daily with lukewarm water.
    • Wear socks to bed.
    • Remove foreign objects from shoes.
    • Avoid walking barefoot.
    • Cut toenails carefully.
    • Do not smoke.
    • Control your diabetes.

    To ensure that you are taking all the necessary precautions for your foot health, schedule periodic foot exams with our wound care experts in Marin.

    Questions About Diabetic Wounds ?

    What Causes Diabetic Wounds?

    For individuals with diabetes, even a minor cut or abrasion can become serious due to poor circulation, reduced sensation, and nerve damage. Our professional team has the experience and expertise to properly diagnose and treat various diabetic wounds, including ulcers and abrasions.

    Advanced Wound Care Treatment

    The best course of treatment for diabetic wounds is proper diabetes management. However, if a wound becomes serious, our team can provide advanced wound care treatments.
    At Advanced Wound Center, our priority is to help patients maintain healthy lower extremities, especially in the case of diabetic wounds. While controlling diabetes is the most effective approach to treatment, our team offers a range of advanced wound care options to address serious wounds or ulcers. Some of the specialized treatments available at our center include:

    • Compression Therapy
    • Debridement
    • Skin Allografts 
    • Pressure Off-Loading
    • Negative Pressure Therapy
    • Edema Control
    • Advanced Wound Dressings

    See What Our Patients Are Saying About Us

    I recently sustained a burn to my ankle in March which necessitated an Emergency Room visit. When the severity of the wound and the lengthy treatment needed was discussed, I was told of the new wound Center and soon met Dr. Gordon and Irina who immediately became my new best friends.

    Dr. Carl Mani

    First and foremost, Dr. Anthony Gordon and Irena Shteyn, RN, CWOCN saved my life.
    I had severe wounds in both lower legs due to a severe case of cellulitis. I was in acute pain and worried about my prognosis.

    Barbara Scrooc

    I had an accident that injured my leg and I didn’t see a doctor for over a week. I noticed that the wound was not healing so I went to the Emergency at Novato Community Hospital. They told me to see a wound specialist ASAP and they recommended Dr. Anthony Gordon at the Marin Advanced Wound Center.

    Myra Perea

    My father got treatment from Dr. Gordon for his burn wound. Dr. Gordon was very caring, attentive and spent generous amounts of time to give him very effective treatment.

    Sara Cox

    Consult with our Wound Care Experts for Diabetic wound

    Our wound specialist is currently accepting new patients. To schedule a proper examination for diabetic wound and ulcers, please contact our Marin clinic at (415) 429 4225. You can also use our online contact form to get in touch with us.

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