Leaving the hospital with an ostomy or wound can be overwhelming. Management of a chronic wound must be adapted as the wound progresses. Most hospitals only stock one type of ostomy wafer and bag that may not fit all ostomies properly.
We are here to help with all of your wound and ostomy needs, from care to education.
Wound and Ostomy Care
Ostomy Management, Education, Training, and Support
Chronic or Slow-Healing Wounds
Venous, Arterial, Diabetic, and Pressure Ulcers
Traumatic and Surgical Wounds
Wound Vac Placement and Management
Outpatient Infusion Therapy
A Happier, Healthier You
Fluid Resuscitation for Ostomy, IBD, IBS, and Chrone’s Patients
Injection for B-12 Deficiency Anemia
Fluid Replacement for Hyperemesis Syndrome
Elective Hydration and Vitamin Supplementation Therapy
IV Hydration and Vitamin Therapy
Oral vitamins and fluids only absorb up to 60% while IV-infused hydration and vitamins absorb at a rate of 100%. This form of treatment can relieve symptoms quickly and safely. People are often deficient in Vitamin D, calcium, B12, magnesium, and Vitamin C. Each treatment can be tailored to a person's preference.
The initial appointment consists of labs, assessment, weight, and body measurements. Follow-up visits include coaching and support during the weight loss process. Semaglutide is a weekly injection that increases in dose monthly.
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BOTOX® Cosmetic is injected into the facial muscles strategically in areas with aging lines. The temporary cosmetic results are significant yet natural looking without any downtime. This procedure produces a more youthful appearance.