Advanced Wound Care

At Zenith Vascular & Fibroid Center, our team of highly skilled medical professionals, lead by Dr. Jacqueline Majors, Director of the Limb Salvation Program, utilizes the latest advancements in wound care technology to ensure effective treatment and faster healing. We aim not only to heal wounds, but also to improve your overall well-being.


Dr. Jacqueline Majors

Wound Care Specialist
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Diabetic Ulcers

Diabetic ulcers often require a multi-faceted approach. Treatment may include offloading pressure from the wound, regular cleaning and dressing changes, infection control, blood sugar management, and possibly advanced wound therapies like negative pressure wound therapy or bioengineered skin substitutes.


General Wound Care

Wound care involves cleaning the wound with a mild solution, removing any dead or unhealthy tissue (debridement), applying appropriate dressings, and ensuring proper wound hygiene to prevent infection. The specific type of dressing used may vary based on the characteristics of the wound.


Wound Debridement

Debridement is the removal of dead or non-viable tissue from the wound. This can be done through various methods such as sharp debridement (using a scalpel or scissors), mechanical debridement (using dressings or irrigation to remove dead tissue), enzymatic debridement (using topical enzymes), or autolytic debridement (using dressings that promote the body’s natural healing processes).


Venous and Arterial Ulcers

Treatment for venous and arterial ulcers may involve compression therapy to improve circulation, wound dressings that support healing and manage exudate, infection control, and addressing any underlying vascular issues through revascularization procedures.


Chronic Wounds

Chronic wounds often require a comprehensive approach. This can involve addressing underlying health conditions, optimizing nutrition, infection control, wound debridement, advanced wound therapies, and possibly revascularization procedures to improve blood flow.


Non-Healing Surgical Wounds

Non-healing surgical wounds may benefit from wound care management techniques such as proper cleaning and dressing changes, optimizing nutrition, infection control, and potential revision surgery to address any underlying issues.