Caring for ones wounds may sound simply enough but at Home Health of Tulsa, we know that it is not as easy as it sounds.
If you or a loved one has a wound that hasn’t healed in a timely manner, there may be a way to monitor what needs to be done to ensure it is healing. With the help of our team of health care providers we will be able to assess your wound and the skin surrounding it, educate you on nutrition needed to achieve healing, help minimize the breakdown of skin around the wound, treatment adjustments, and minimize the breakdown of the wound.
Types of Wounds Treated at Home Health of Tulsa
Some of the wounds that we treat include, but are not limited to, surgical wounds, diabetic wounds, stasis ulcers, pressure ulcers, and lacerations. In our efforts to assist a patient in treating a wound, it is our responsibility to treat the patient not only their wound.
There may be some systemic issue that is preventing the wound from healing like it should. Our team of caregivers will make a complete assessment of the patients overall health, treatments, and medication prescribed to get to the bottom of the situation. There may be undermining issues that seem unrelated but with a closer look, are related and prevent the healing process to occur.
Don’t worry; you are in good hands with the caregivers of Home Health of Tulsa. We care enough to only hire the most qualified caregivers in Tulsa to administer the help that you need.
Why In-Home Wound Care May Be Needed
If you’re not seeing the results that you wish to see from the care and attention that a wound is receiving, you may need to consult with a qualified professional.
Once you contact our services to discuss your problem, we gather the necessary information to help you determine what you may or may not be doing to see the results that you want. Due to the condition of your wound, you may not want to leave your home. Perhaps you have a wound that can become infected or one that has an odor.
You minimize the risk of infection and don’t have to worry about whether someone is able to smell your wound. This is not a problem when you allow our caregivers to administer the help that you need from the comfort of your home. If your wound isn’t healing, there is a reason and we’ll get to the bottom of things for you.
Hiring Home Health of Tulsa
If you want to be sure that your wound doesn’t get any worse than it already has, give us a call and allow us to assist you in properly treating it.
You receive sincere skilled nursing care from our local Tulsa caregivers. It is by placing themselves in the shoes of those whom they treat that our caregivers are able to offer such exceptional home health care services. You get more than you bargain for with our services.