Diabetic Foot Care

At-Home Mobile Diabetic Foot Ulcer Specialists Serving All of Wisconsin

Living with diabetes means paying extra attention to your health, especially when it comes to your feet. Diabetic foot ulcers are a common and serious complication, but with the right care, they can be managed and even prevented. At Advanced Wound Care, we bring expert treatment directly to your doorstep, ensuring you receive the best care without leaving the comfort of your home.

Types of Diabetic Foot Wounds We Treat

Types of Diabetic Foot Wounds We Treat

Diabetic foot ulcers can manifest in various forms, each requiring specialized care:

  • Neuropathic Ulcers: These occur due to nerve damage, often leading to a loss of sensation in the feet. Without the ability to feel pain, minor injuries can go unnoticed and develop into serious wounds.
  • Ischemic Ulcers: Caused by poor blood flow, these ulcers can become severe due to the reduced ability of the body to heal.
  • Neuroischemic Ulcers: A combination of nerve damage and poor circulation, these ulcers are particularly challenging and need comprehensive treatment.

Our mobile clinic is equipped to handle these and other types of diabetic foot wounds, providing personalized care plans tailored to your specific needs.

Advanced Therapies for Diabetic Foot Ulcers

At Advanced Wound Care, we use state-of-the-art therapies to treat diabetic foot ulcers effectively - most commonly:

  • Debridement: Removing dead tissue to promote healing and reduce the risk of infection.
  • Advanced Dressings: Utilizing the latest in wound care technology, including hydrocolloid, alginate, and antimicrobial dressings.
  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT): A highly effective treatment that uses controlled suction to promote healing.

Our specialists bring these advanced treatments, and more, directly to you, ensuring you receive consistent, high-quality care without the stress of traveling.

We also provide residential wound care visits to nursing & assisted living facilities, primary care clinics, caregiving agencies, & home health care.

The Importance of Ongoing Care
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Prevention Techniques for Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Preventing diabetic foot ulcers is just as important as treating them. Regular daily foot inspections for cuts, blisters, redness, or swelling are crucial for early detection. Wearing properly fitting shoes that provide adequate support and avoiding walking barefoot, even at home, can help prevent injuries. Routine check-ups are essential to manage potential issues before they become serious.

Supporting Your Healing Journey

At Advanced Wound Care, we understand the challenges of managing diabetic foot ulcers. Our mobile clinic is dedicated to providing compassionate, expert care right where you need it most—at home. We believe in building relationships with our patients, offering not just treatment but also education and support to improve your overall quality of life. Our commitment to personalized care means we tailor our services to meet your unique needs, helping you achieve better outcomes and maintain a healthier lifestyle. Let us be your partner in diabetic foot care, bringing healing and hope to your doorstep.