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Clear Lake Wound Care

Advanced Wound Care Options

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The Ultrasonic mist device is a breakthrough in wound care technology that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce a fine mist of medication that penetrates deeply into chronic wounds, promoting faster healing. The device works by generating ultrasonic vibrations that transform liquid medication into a mist, which is then applied directly to the wound. This method is highly effective in treating chronic wounds that have not responded to other treatments, such as diabetic foot ulcers and venous leg ulcers. The Ultrasonic Mist device is non-invasive and painless, making it an attractive alternative to traditional wound care methods


Application of biologics in wound care means using living cells and substances to help heal chronic wounds that are not getting better with standard techniques. Biologics include special substances like growth factors, stem cells, and proteins that can help heal wounds faster. These biologics help our bodies to fix themselves naturally and regenerate tissue. Biologics have shown good results in helping wounds heal better.


ESWT (extracorporeal shockwave therapy) is a non-invasive treatment that delivers low-intensity shockwaves to the affected area. This therapy has been shown to help with wound care by stimulating tissue regeneration, reducing inflammation, and improving blood circulation to the injured area. The shockwaves promote the growth of new cells, reduce swelling, and increase the production of growth factors, all of which contribute to faster healing and better outcomes for patients

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Next Level Wound Care

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