Wound Care

What is wound care, and what are my treatment options?

What Is Wound Care?

Our skin is our first line of defense. Failure of any wound to heal in a timely fashion is potentially very serious. Non-healing lower extremity wounds can be particularly worrisome and can put the patient at risk for limb loss.

We employ state-of-the-art wound care and healing technologies in our office and through our wound care center affiliations. Our compassionate, evidence-based team approach ensures the best possible outcomes.

Diabetic Foot Wounds and Limb Preservation Surgery

Diabetes affects more than 29 million people in the United States.

We take pride in our advanced and personalized diabetic wound care and limb preservation program.

We offer the very latest medical and surgical treatment options for our diabetic wound care patients.

Venous and Arterial Wounds

Venous leg wounds are debilitating and greatly impact daily activities reducing the quality of life. Healing your leg wounds and getting you moving again is our number one priority.

Surgical and Traumatic Wounds

Slow-to-heal surgical wounds can be very serious. Of particular concern are non-healing surgical wounds affecting the foot and leg. Such conditions can be limb-threatening.

We compassionately employ cutting-edge technologies to help you heal your wound.

Make an Appointment with an OrthoNeuro Specialist Today!

If you have a lower extremity wound that isn’t healing properly, schedule an appointment with one of our Board Certified Foot and Ankle Specialists at one of our 7 convenient locations throughout Greater Columbus. 

Best of all, most patients can be seen within 24 hours of making an appointment.

Foot, Ankle, and Podiatry Specialists

IF YOU HAVE AN ACUTE INJURY OR LIVE WITH CHRONIC FOOT AND ANKLE PAIN IN CALL ORTHONEURO TODAY OR MAKE AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE FOR EXPERT FOOT AND ANKLE CARE IN COLUMBUS, OHIO.

““Very nice staff. They got me in and out quickly, had to get surgery, and they made sure that was all set up and aftercare was clear.“
Dena T.
Patient