Wound Care Specialists

Wound Care - VIR

Vascular Institute of the Rockies offers a number of services to help with your chronic or non-healing wounds. Our wound clinics across Colorado have a consistently high rate of healing. At VIR you benefit from a team of doctors with specialties in vascular and general surgery who combine their expertise to diagnose and treat chronic and complex non-healing wounds.

VIR is one of the top wound care clinics in the region with a reputation for excellence in treating patients with non-healing wounds. We use special techniques and advanced treatments to help you heal efficiently.

What We Can Help With:

  • Skin grafts and skin graft after care
  • Compression wraps
  • Dressing changes
  • Weekly debridement
  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)
  • Antibacterial treatment
  • Vacuum-assisted wound closure

The Types of Wounds & Injuries We Treat:

  • Pressure ulcers & injuries
  • Venous ulcers & injuries
  • Arterial ulcers & injuries
  • Diabetic ulcers & injuries
  • Surgical wounds
  • Trauma wounds
  • Infections
  • Spider / Insect bites
  • Open sores
  • Non-healing wounds
  • Ankle | Toe | Leg | Heel wounds
  • Blisters

Wounds can cause a great deal of discomfort and trauma. We help you find effective wound therapies and solutions that fit your needs.

If you’re dealing with a chronic or non-healing wound, you’ll find relief at Vascular Institute of the Rockies. Contact us for more information.

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Our wound care specialists treat a wide range of wounds, including pressure ulcers, venous ulcers, arterial ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, surgical wounds, traumatic wounds, infections, spider and insect bites, open sores, non-healing wounds, and more. We also manage wounds on various parts of the body such as the ankle, toe, leg, and heel.
We offer numerous specialized treatments to facilitate the healing process, including skin grafts, compression wraps, dressing changes, weekly debridement, Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT), antibacterial treatments, and vacuum-assisted wound closure.
Each treatment plan is personalized based on the type of wound, its severity, and underlying conditions. Our multidisciplinary approach involves collaboration among wound care specialists, vascular surgeons, and other physicians to create the most effective plan for each patient. Factors such as poor circulation, infection, and the presence of dead tissue are considered when devising a treatment strategy.
Healing times vary depending on the type and severity of the wound, as well as individual patient factors. Our goal is to expedite the healing process using advanced technologies and specialized care. Regular follow-ups and adjustments to the treatment plan help ensure optimal outcomes.
Yes, we have extensive experience in treating diabetic wounds, including diabetic foot ulcers, and infected wounds. Our wound care experts use state-of-the-art techniques to manage these complex conditions and promote healing.
The Vascular Institute of the Rockies stands out due to our comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach and the expertise of our specialized wound care team. Our facility is equipped with the latest technologies to address a wide range of wound care needs, and we provide 24/7 coverage to ensure continuous and consistent care for our patients.
Vascular conditions such as poor circulation can significantly impact the healing process of wounds. Our team is skilled in diagnosing and treating vascular issues that may contribute to chronic or non-healing wounds, ensuring a holistic approach to patient care.
To schedule an appointment with one of our wound care specialists, please contact our office directly. Our team is ready to assist you and provide the specialized care you need for effective wound management and healing.