Helping patients with wound care brings us enormous satisfaction. We began our foray into wound care when patients with difficult-to-heal wounds began asking if there were alternative treatments. Through extensive research, development, and continual refinement, we designed a protocol that has relieved pain in many of our wound care patients.
Our wound care protocol involves the use of two compounded medications that are applied topically.
The first medication is designed with the goal of stimulating new tissue growth, reducing pain, and discouraging bacterial overgrowth. It is a multi-drug compound, and each of the drugs included in the formulation has been shown in independent studies to achieve one of the aforementioned goals. This medication is applied directly to the wound and covered with a bandage.
The second medication is designed to increase blood flow to the wound and is applied to the skin that borders the wound. We also recommend this medication for patients who do not have wounds, but who have very poor circulation to a toe, foot, or leg. In such cases, a patient is often informed by his or her doctor that the affected limb must be amputated. In our experience, it is always worthwhile to conduct a trial of this medication before deciding to amputate.
If you have a wound that is difficult to heal or a limb with poor circulation, do not hesitate to contact us. We can provide you and your doctor with more information about our wound treatment protocol.
Please click here to view an article published in the International Journal of Compounding Pharmacy that details our case report on the healing of a refractory ulcer.