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Wound Care

Baylor Medical Center at Carrollton

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Comprehensive Wound Center 

The Comprehensive Wound Center is now open at Baylor Medical Center at Carrollton. Located on the Campus of Baylor Carrollton, our Comprehensive Wound Center is dedicated to offering advanced treatment for chronic, non-healing wounds. We identify the specific causes of your wound condition and implement a treatment plan tailored to help you heal. Typically any wound present more than four weeks should be seen in an outpatient wound care setting.

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One Call Does It All

If you have a non-healing wound, you do not need a doctor's written order or referral for treatment at our Comprehensive Wound Center. Just call 972.394.2336 to schedule an appointment.

The physicians on our medical staff have the expertise to understand and treat the varied circumstances and challenges of complex open wounds. Once your wound has healed, your primary care doctor will provide follow-up wound care and continued care for any related conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension.

The Comprehensive Wound Center at Baylor Carrollton is under the medical direction of Dr. Rodney Lindsay who is Board Certified in Family Medicine and specializes in wound care management. 

Specialized Services

The Baylor Carrollton Comprehensive Wound Center is equipped to handle all the unique circumstances of chronic wounds. We determine the specific causes of a wound and create a personalized plan for healing. Our advanced treatment methods include:

  • Enterstomal therapy
  • Doppler evaluation
  • Bio-engineered tissue substitutes
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Negative pressure wound therapy (Wound VAC)
  • Transcutaneous oxygen monitoring
  • Wound care and debridement
  • Physical therapy
  • Diabetes counseling
  • Pain management
  • Follow-up care for related health conditions

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

While in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBO), patients breathe 100% oxygen at two to three times greater than normal atmospheric pressure. HBO has been successfully used as an adjunctive therapy for such conditions as:

  • Deep-seated acute and chronic bone and tissue infections
  • Hypoxic non-healing wounds
  • Preservation of compromised soft tissue flaps and grafts, and
  • Management of wounds in radiated tissue
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Wounds Treated

The Comprehensive Wound Center at Baylor Medical Center of Carrollton focuses on the evaluation and treatment of chronic wounds using advanced wound care technologies, as well as traditional medical and surgical therapies. The types of wounds treated include:

  • Abdominal stomas
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Chronic wounds
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Venous ulcers
  • Arterial ulcers
  • Other hard-to-heal wounds