Pressure Ulcers

Also called bedsores, decubitus ulcers, and pressure sores, these wounds form when a patient is bedridden, in a wheelchair, or unable to change position at least every two hours. The ulcers usually form where bones are close to the skin — on the back, heels, elbows, hips, and ankles. Pressure reduces the blood flow to these areas, which causes the tissue and skin to break down. Difficult-to-heal sores form and increase the risk of life-threatening infection.

STATE-OF-THE-ART TREATMENT FOR PRESSURE ULCERS:

R3 Wound Care and Hyperbarics can give you the treatment you need—no doctor referral is needed.

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At R3 Wound Care and Hyperbarics, we specialize in treating a variety of wounds and medical conditions. Our expert wound care specialists offer advanced wound care treatments to help heal wounds as quickly as possible.

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At R3 Wound Care and Hyperbarics, our caring, experienced team provides a variety of wound care treatments to help you heal as quickly and effectively as possible.

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