Broward Health North
Wound Care

Wound Care

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Take the Pain Quiz

What's the most sensitive part of your body? Are women less sensitive to pain than men? Does everyone feel pain? Get answers to these and other questions by taking the pain quiz.

1. Most pain serves no purpose.
2. Everyone feels pain.
3. People in a coma can't feel pain.
4. Headache is the most common type of pain.
5. Men get migraine headaches more than women.
6. Women have a higher pain threshold than men.
7. With enough concentration, you can train your brain to ignore pain.
8. Newborns can't feel pain.
9. You always feel pain in the part of the body where it originates.

Dealing With Problem Wounds

At any given time, almost 5,000,000 Americans suffer from chronic non-healing wounds. There are many different kinds of wounds including diabetic and pressure ulcers, traumatic wounds, and ulcers caused by circulation problems. It can be very frustrating and time consuming to heal these wounds. At the Center for Wound Care, our team follows treatment protocols specifically established for each type of wound. We utilize the most up to date approaches to wound healing and remain current in new scientific advances in wound care.

Your Wound Treatment Program

Upon physician referral or self-referral to the Center, you will undergo a thorough diagnostic examination to identify the type of wound you have and the underlying problems causing the wound. After this determination, a program specifically tailored to your needs will be initiated based on the most effective treatment options. A multi-specialty approach will be utilized to provide the maximum benefit to your wound. There are multiple diagnostic and treatment modalities that may be utilized by our professional staff. Some may include:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Radiology (MRI)
  • Pain Management
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Diabetic Education
  • Laboratory Evaluation
  • Nutritional Management

Once a treatment plan has been initiated, you will visit the Center on a regular basis for wound care evaluation on the progress of your healing. You will also be fully instructed on how to do your own wound care at home between visits, as well as how to protect your wound from further injury. It is very important to remember that you are the most important part of your healing process. Keeping appointments and following directions clearly are critical to attaining a positive healing outcome.

A Team of Wound Care Specialists

The Center for Wound Care is designed to complement your physician’s services, and is committed to the treatment of difficult, non-healing wounds. The Center is made up of a team of professionals that includes:

  • Physicians with advanced training in wound management
  • Nursing and therapy staff trained in the care of chronic wounds
  • Technicians who perform non-invasive studies and various therapies
  • Experienced staff to assist with appointments, medical records, and health insurance processing

Please contact a member of our staff with any questions you may have at 954-876-2760.

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