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We Are Experts in Wound Care
Our non-surgical wound healing treatments accelerate and promote the regeneration, repair, and replacement of damaged tissues. We deliver live cell tissue directly to your chronic wound—providing the extra structural support needed for persistent, deep, and large wounds to heal.
Types of Wounds & Related
Conditions We Treat
Chronic, Non-Healing Wounds, Ulcers, and Lesions
Our wound healing treatments provide persistent, deep, and large wounds, ulcers, and lesions with the extra structural support that helps accelerate healing—promoting wound closure and preventing infection. At the same time, our specialized treatments stimulate your body’s natural ability to repair and regenerate—significantly accelerating and promoting your healing process.Learn More
Diabetic Wounds, Ulcers, and Lesions
Our wound healing treatments are carefully formulated to promote healing and prevent infection in wounds, ulcers, and lesions linked to diabetes—a disease negatively impacting the immune system, circulatory system, and nervous system functions essential to your healing process.Learn More
Nerve Pain, Numbness, & Tingling
Our wound healing treatments include nerve therapies designed to support nerve cells in your skin—cells that are essential in the wound repair and skin regeneration processes.Learn More
Looking For A Wound Care Specialist Near You?
Contact Anodyne For Wound Care Options
Our patients are our priority. The mission of each Anodyne doctor is to provide you with exemplary whole-body care. Our doctors and wound care specialists are experts in their fields, and are here to support you along every step of your healthcare journey.
- Our team of doctors, providers, and specialists are housed under one roof—enabling extraordinary partnership in support of your wellness.
- Together, we treat to resolve, restore, and renew your health—always without surgery or invasive procedures.
- We believe you deserve doctors who understand the value of your time—who have intentionally designed their clinics to maximize your time so that you can prioritize your health.
- Flexible payment options including insurance & payment plans.
About Wound Care
Our non-surgical wound healing treatments harness your body’s natural healing capacities—accelerating and promoting the regeneration, repair, or replacement of damaged tissues. Persistent, deep, and large wounds require extra structural support to promote wound closure and prevent infection. Human cell tissue products (HCT/Ps) act as scaffolding—delivering live tissue within your wound to help transport cells and biomaterials that carry out the natural wound healing processes. In this way, HCT/Ps stimulate your body’s natural ability to repair and regenerate—significantly accelerating and promoting the wound healing process.
Your Journey to Wellness Begins Here
Whether you’re struggling to diagnose a chronic pain condition or you’re pursuing wellness treatments to stay healthy and feel great, we’re here to support you at every step of your health care journey.
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