Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can I receive treatment at Comprehensive Wound Care?

A: Your physician can offer a referral or you are welcome to contact us directly regarding treatment.

Q: What specific conditions do you treat?

A: All types of wounds. Conditions resulting from diabetic foot or leg ulcers; amputations; venous stasis ulcers; poor circulation; pressure ulcers or bed sores; trauma wounds; varicose veins; first and second degree burns that cannot be treated at a burn center; insect and snake bites; post-surgical wounds; and accidents.If you have a question regarding a condition that is not listed, please contact us and we’ll be glad to help.

Q: Am I covered by my insurance carrier for the services provided?

A: To ease your mind, most of our treatments are covered by a majority of health insurance plans. Our staff will help you review your particular insurance coverage and figure out a payment plan, if necessary.

Q: How does your staff determine the correct course of action for each patient?

A: We perform a basic exam, diagnostic tests including a physical exam and a comprehensive evaluation which may include blood tests, x-rays and vascular studies. By consulting with your primary care provider, we learn about your medical history and any past difficulties or injuries. We then put together a plan of care tailored to your needs.

Q: What kinds of procedures or therapy can I expect?

A: We structure a program based on your particular condition to improve circulation, revitalize tissue, increase and restore mobility, decrease swelling and offer preventative actions for the future.