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Wound Care in NJ & NY

Providing Wound Healing Services

At Curalta Foot and Ankle, we specialize in the prevention and treatment of lower extremity wounds. Our wound care team has extensive experience in treating wounds from those newly diagnosed to chronic and difficult to heal. The team has educated their colleagues on how to perform the most advanced treatments.

Types of Wounds

Venous Skin Ulcer

A venous skin ulcer is an open sore or ulcer that forms on the lower leg in people who suffer from venous insufficiency, which occurs when the veins in the lower legs are unable to properly return blood to the heart. Venous skin ulcers can also be accompanied by redness, swelling, tenderness, and warmth around the affected area.

Arterial Ulcer

An arterial ulcer, also known as an ischemic wound, is an open sore that is caused by a lack of blood supply due to blockage of an artery. It is most commonly found on the toes, feet and lower legs. This is typically accompanied by pain, discoloration, and change in temperature of the area around the ulcer.

Diabetic Ulcer

A diabetic wound or ulceration develops when there is loss of sensation, and the patient is unable to feel the wound or ulcer developing. They often begin appearing as a blister or callus, but the ulcer is developing underneath. Diabetic wounds left untreated can become difficult to manage, often leading to infection, hospitalization, or amputation.

Wound & Ulcer Treatment Options

We utilize state-of-the-art treatment options to heal wounds for our patients. You can trust that you are getting the best care to heal your wound as quickly and as safely as possible. We treat a range of wounds, venous leg ulcers and diabetes related foot ulcers. Below are some of the latest treatment options available. When you consult with one of our wound care specialists, they will determine the best one for your needs and discuss the plan of care with you.

Some of the advanced options are:

  • Compression Therapy
  • Total Contact Casting
  • Skin Grafting and Substitutes

Venous Leg & Diabetic Foot Ulcer Clinical Research Trials

We are currently running clinical trials for patients with venous leg or diabetic foot ulcers. Visit our clinical trials page to learn more about these trials, trial timeframes, what they entail and if you qualify.

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