Tift Regional Wound Care & Hyperbaric Clinic

Specialized Treatment for Chronic or Non-healing Wounds

Hyperbaric wound care offers a safe, natural, and efficient medical therapy for non-healing wounds and other conditions that resist standard treatments.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) makes it possible to deliver the concentrated oxygen needed for wound healing. Using a special hyperbaric chamber, this therapy helps oxygen dissolve directly into all of the body’s fluids so that it can thoroughly permeate areas where circulation has become reduced or blocked.

This essential benefit of hyperbaric wound care stimulates and supports the body’s own healing process. When white blood cells receive enough oxygen, they can effectively kill bacteria, reduce swelling, and allow the rapid reproduction of new blood vessels. HBOT even enables cells to build new connective tissue and improve organ function.

Our medical director is Kent Burton, M.D.

Why wound care and hyperbaric treatment?

Wound care is important because chronic or non-healing wounds can have serious consequences. In partnership with Healogics, Tift Regional Medical Center offers a comprhensive Wound Care & Hyperbaric Clinic.

Healing faster, getting back to normal activities more quickly

A chronic wound can detract from your quality of life and prevent you from doing things you enjoy. The Tift Regional Wound Care & Hyperbaric Clinic provides standard and advanced wound care therapies that can stimulate healing, often when you have exhausted all other traditional therapies. We understand the complex nature of chronic wounds and take a holistic approach, which is vital for effective wound healing.

Please talk to your provider about about a referral or call 229-353-HEAL (4325) to make an appointment.

 Tift Regional Wound Care and Hyperbaric Clinic offers treatment for:

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Diabetic foot ulcers

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Non-healing, surgical wounds

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Infected wounds

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Venous ulcers

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Arterial/ischemic ulcers

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Compromised flaps or grafts

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Infected wounds

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Late effects of radiation (radiation cystitis, proctitis, or external wounds)

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Pressure ulcers

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Ostomy care

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Traumatic wounds

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Crush injuries

Our location

Tift Regional Would Care and Hyperbaric Clinic

P: 229-353-HEAL (4325)

 

907 E. 18TH STREET, SUITE 140 TIFTON, GA 31794

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU

Please talk to your provider about about a referral or call 229-353-HEAL (4325) to make an appointment.

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