Partner with our skilled multidisciplinary wound care team. At Desert Oasis Healthcare (DOHC), you’ll benefit from access to the latest, most effective treatments for your condition.
Certified Wound Specialists
Get care from trained professionals with advanced training to offer high-quality, personalized care. Your care team may include:
- Certified wound specialists
- Lymphedema therapist
- Physical therapy wound specialists
- Physician wound specialist
Conditions We Treat
Talk to your doctor if you have a non healing wound. Trust our skilled specialists to diagnose and treat:
- Chronic edema, a buildup of fluid that leads to swelling
- Diabetic foot sores
- Neuropathic ulcers caused by peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage)
- Traumatic injuries
- Pressure ulcers, also known as bedsores
- Venous ulcers, wounds on the leg or foot caused by damaged veins
Wound Treatments & Services
Work with your team to develop a treatment plan to ease symptoms and help you feel better. Depending on your condition, your plan may include:
- Advanced wound dressings
- Cell and tissue products
- Compression wrapping
- Electrical stimulation
- Larval biotherapy
- Lymphedema therapy
- Negative pressure wound therapy
- Total contact casting
- Ultraviolet (UV) light therapy
You may also benefit from medication management.
Long-Term Lymphedema Control
Reach your goals with help from knowledgeable lymphedema specialists. Learn how to manage lymphedema at home, and visit a DOHC clinic near you for check-ins as needed.
Certain conditions, such as diabetes or neuropathy, increase your risk for a chronic wound. You may have screenings for vascular (vein) problems or foot sores. Talk to our specialists about how to prevent problems.
Preventing Diabetic Foot Sores
If you have diabetes, prevent diabetic foot sores by participating in our foot care program. Depend on us to work with your primary care provider, podiatrist, and other members of your care team so the care you receive works well for you.
Self-Care at Home
Your provider will help you learn how to take care of the wound at home. To help the wound heal as quickly as possible:
- Change your dressings and clean the wound in the way and on the schedule your provider recommends. Do not clean the wound with iodine or hydrogen peroxide.
- These products can kill healthy cells and delay healing.
- Cover your wound in the shower.
- Eat a healthy diet.
- If you smoke, stop. Smoking makes it harder for your body to heal. Get help from DOHC to quit.