If you have a wound related to vascular disease or diabetic foot ulcers, Charcot foot, or deep vein thrombosis, you need the support of a multidisciplinary team that can help reduce the chance of serious complications – including amputation. The team at Heartland Regional works together to provide quality care that can include hyperbaric oxygen therapy or reconstructive surgery.
Because all cases are unique, some patients may require acute inpatient care and outpatient follow-up care while others may just need outpatient care. At Heartland Regional, we employ a team approach that provides full support even if you have one or more complex diseases or conditions.
Candidates for limb preservation program include those dealing with:
- Diabetic foot ulcer and diabetic foot pain
- Peripheral arterial disease (PAD)
- Complex foot and ankle deformity
- Arterial occlusive disease
- Critical limb ischemia
- Deep vein thrombosis