We take an in-depth look at the proper way to care for surgical wounds after a procedure and the crucial steps to take to help keep your injury clean and safe as it heals.
Knowing when it’s time to seek help from a wound care center and educating yourself on how to properly care for your burn can be essential to effective and efficient healing.
There is a well-established link between nutrition and wound management. Nutrition can be essential throughout each stage of wound healing.
In light of its role in the healing process, throughout this guide, we will explore how compression therapy works and why it has become so widely used by wound care specialists as another tool to help patients recover.
Everyone gets wounds from time to time but wound infections are something you want to avoid at all costs, as they not only delay healing but may also transform into something life-threatening.
It has become widely recognized that psychological stress can affect how the immune system functions and a healthy immune system plays a crucial role in effective wound healing.
Each phase of the wound healing process is affected among the elderly, resulting in a more delayed recovery time. Let’s break down why older adults are more prone to injuries and why age can play a role in how effectively wounds heal.
If you are a smoker you are probably aware that it can have a devastating effect on your heart and lungs as well as your skin. But many don’t realize that tobacco can also prevent or slow down wound healing.