Because Wound Care is a Vital Part of Diabetes Management.

Diabetes Wound Care at St. Luke’s.

The life-changing difference in wound care at St. Luke’s Wound and Diabetes Care Center is our specially-trained team of doctors, nurses, and other experts who are dedicated to the treatment of wounds involving diabetes.

Every single physician at our diabetes center is trained in Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine. And they lead teams of other compassionate diabetes experts who never stop learning and growing their skills. You can be confident that you’ll be receiving the best diabetes wound care possible, when you walk through our doors.

Help for Every Kind of Wound

We provide expert wound care for a wide variety of wounds. These are some of the most common wounds we treat:

  • Diabetic wounds
  • Burns
  • Non-healing surgical wounds
  • Venous insufficiency (failure of the veins to adequately circulate blood)
  • Radiation-induced burns or wounds
  • Osteomyelitis (wounds that penetrate to bone)
  • Traumatic wounds 
  • Pressure wounds
  • Arterial wounds
  • Follow-up care for more acute wounds
  • Recurrent wounds

Your Personalized Wound Care Plan

St. Luke’s Wound and Diabetes Care Center is proud to be a part of St. Luke’s Hospital, physician, lab and diagnostic resources network. This makes our ability to include other forms of care and treatment in your plan seamless.

All within St. Luke’s comprehensive resources, your personalized wound care treatment plan could include the following:

  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Diabetes education
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Home care nursing
  • Home medical equipment and supplies
  • Physical therapy
  • Pain management
  • Endocrinology
  • Infectious disease control and treatment
  • Orthotic/prosthetic services
  • Transcutaneous oxygen monitoring
  • Bioengineered grafting
  • Total contact casting
  • Specialized dressings
  • Negative-wound pressure therapy
  • Ultrasound debridement

Preventing Amputations is our Mission

In the USA, approximately 185,000 lower extremity amputations happen every year. Many of those are a result of untreated wounds. Postponing treatment can add to the problems associated with a wound. If you’re dealing with a wound, please seek treatment – fast.  

Through expert care, we can help control pain and discomfort, plus prevent amputation – and that’s the reason we’re here. The St. Luke’s Wound Care and Diabetes Center is devoted to wound care, diabetes management, and the prevention of amputations. We’re on a mission to eliminate amputation as a treatment option. And we won’t stop learning, striving and innovating to see that happen.