Clinical Programs

Using state-of-the-art technology and proven clinical protocols, patients with chronic, non-healing wounds experience earlier recovery and less hospitalization at the CMH Wound and Hyperbaric Center.

The center offers uniquely qualified medical staff to offer advanced outpatient treatments such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy, surgical debridement, and grafting to provide a higher rate of healing.

A chronic, non-healing wound is one that does not heal or significantly improve within four weeks. The most common chronic and non-healing wounds can result from conditions such as diabetes, poor circulation, trauma, vascular disease and immobility. The Wound and Hyperbaric Center’s goal is to heal the wound and focus on amputation minimization and prevention.

CMH Wound and Hyperbaric Center also offers state-of-the-art hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO). HBO therapy is medicine’s most efficient method of transporting oxygen throughout the body. Conditions in which poor circulation plays a role can benefit greatly from HBO therapy. Treatment plans are tailored to each patient, with the number of treatments based on the individuals needs. While in the chamber, patients can watch TV, listen to music, read a book or simply relax.