In-Home Wound Care in Alpharetta, Atlanta, Douglasville, Marietta GA, DeKalb County, and Surrounding Areas
While many wounds can heal on their own, certain conditions can make healing more challenging. Different situations and aging can significantly hinder the ability of the body to heal itself and any wounds. Less blood flow, slower healing time, and underlying conditions can turn any wound into a dangerous situation. If healing is hindered too much, bacteria may start to remain in wounds. Any Infections the body is not able to clear on its own will only make the situation worse.
Assured & Associates can help you or your loved one navigate the treatment options with in-home wound care. Some of the issues that cause wounds and make healing difficult also make going to a medical office difficult. Contact us to start planning how we can help you with in-home wound management and care.
Professional In-Home Wound Care
Wound care can help heal wounds and prevent further health issues. In-home wound care professionals provide hospital-grade treatment in the comfort of your home. Issues that complicate wound healing include:
- Diabetes and healing complications
- Ulcers (pressure, arterial, vasculitic and venous)
- Sensitive surgical wounds
- Traumatic wounds
- Infectious wounds
- Constant pressure or bed sores
Wounds that won’t heal can be a normal part of aging, disease-related conditions, or a sedentary lifestyle. However, wounds can become extremely dangerous without the proper care, leading to hospital stays and grave situations.
In-home wound care treatment is the medical treatment of open wounds that can be dealt with by a certified nursing assistant in the patient’s home. CNA’s can treat a range of wounds not only for elderly patients but patients of all ages. From pokes and progs to bedsores and more, wound care can help heal wounds and prevent further health issues. Some common wound care options include CNA treatment for:
- Abrasion Wounds– Abrasion wounds occur when your skin breaks from rubbing or scraping against a hard surface.
- Laceration Wounds– Laceration wounds are more severe deep cuts that penetrate your skin and can cause extensive blessing.
- Puncture Wounds– Puncture wounds are small hole wounds caused by pointed or sharp objects
Whether you or a loved one has a deep wound that requires care, our team of skilled CNAs at Assured &Associates helps treat wounds professionally and effectively. Utilizing sterile and appropriate equipment for wounds, wound care professionals provide hospital-grade treatment from the comfort of your home. To learn more about our wound care services give us a call today!