Wound Care

Wound Care services offered in Anchorage, AK


If you have a non-healing, large, or painful wound, the experts at Alaska Pain to Wellness Center in Anchorage, Alaska, are here for you. Pain management specialists Greg Wilkinson, PA-C, M.Ed, Steve Johnson, MD, and their exceptional team offer advanced wound care treatments to enhance healing and speed up your recovery. Call the office to schedule an appointment or book one online today.

Wound Care Q&A

What is wound care?

Wound care at Alaska Pain to Wellness Centre includes wound assessments, diagnoses, and treatments of common wounds and their causes. Risk factors for non-healing wounds include uncontrolled diabetes, vascular diseases, and injuries.

The experts at Alaska Pain to Wellness Center offer highly effective treatments for diabetic wounds, large or painful wounds, and those that don’t heal on their own.

What are the benefits of medical wound care?

The many benefits you can expect after receiving wound care with the Alaska Pain to Wellness Center specialists include:

  • Faster healing
  • Lower risk of infection
  • Reduced chance of complications
  • Less pain
  • Lower risk of future problems
  • Reduced need for amputation

The Alaska Pain to Wellness Center team uses the most advanced, highly effective tools and procedures to ensure your wounds heal properly with minimal scarring. 

Which wound care treatments are best for me?

Your Alaska Pain to Wellness Center provider evaluates your wound during a wound care assessment. They ask questions about your medical history, symptoms, and lifestyle habits and examine your wound. 

They may also order blood tests, tissue swabs, or other diagnostic tests to determine which type of wound you have and whether or not it’s infected.

What are the most common wound care treatments?

Wound care treatments available at Alaska Pain to Wellness Center include:

Compression bandaging

Alaska Pain to Wellness Centre offers compression bandages to help your wound heal quickly and reduce the risk of complications.

Debridement

During debridement, your provider removes diseased or infected tissues to allow the remaining tissues to heal effectively.

Skin grafting

Skin grafting uses synthetic tissues, tissues from other parts of your body, or donated tissues to close your wound and allow it to heal faster.

Stitches and staples

Alaska Pain to Wellness Center providers use stitches and staples to close larger wounds when necessary. 

Regenerative medicine

The Alaska Pain to Wellness Centre team offers platelet-rich plasma (PRP), exosomes, stem cells, and other regenerative medicine treatments to stimulate your body’s ability to regenerate new cells and heal. 

Call the Alaska Pain to Wellness Centre office or use the online booking tab today if you need wound care for a non-healing or painful wound.

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