Comprehensive Wound Center at Carrollton Regional Medical Center

One Call Does It All for Wound Care

If you’re struggling with a non-healing wound, you can directly contact our Comprehensive Wound Center without a doctor's referral. Simply call (972) 492-1010 to schedule an appointment. Our experienced wound care specialists nearby are equipped to treat complex open wounds and provide thorough follow-up care.

Expert Medical Staff

Under the direction of Dr. Rodney Lindsay, Board Certified in Family Medicine with a specialization in wound care management, our team is skilled in handling chronic wounds. Post-healing, we ensure continuous care for related health conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.

Specialized Wound Care Services

Our center offers advanced treatment methods, including:

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber: Patients breathe 100% oxygen in a pressurized chamber, enhancing healing.

Pressurized Chamber Treatments

Enterostomal Therapy

Doppler Evaluation

Bio-Engineered Tissue Substitutes

Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (Wound VAC)

Transcutaneous Oxygen Monitoring

Physical Therapy

Diabetes Counseling

Pain Management

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBO)

HBO therapy is used for deep-seated acute and chronic bone and tissue infections, hypoxic non-healing wounds, and compromised soft tissue flaps and grafts. Our facility features state-of-the-art hyperbaric wound care with two self-contained hyperbaric chambers.

The Hyperbaric Chamber

Experience advanced healing in our hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber, where sessions last around one hour and 40 minutes. During treatment, patients can relax, read, or even nap. The chamber is equipped with a pass-through lock for snacks, juice, or medication.

Diagnosis and Treatment

Medicare-approved uses of hyperbaric oxygen therapy include treating crush injuries, gas gangrene, necrotizing soft tissue infections, and more. HBO is generally painless, and while some pre-existing conditions may present contradictions, it is safe and effective for most patients.

Wounds Treated

As the best wound care specialist near you, our focus includes a wide range of chronic wounds such as:

Abdominal Stomas

Pressure Ulcers

Diabetic Ulcers

Venous Ulcers

Arterial Ulcers

Other Hard-to-Heal Wounds

Our goal is to provide exceptional care using both advanced wound care technologies and traditional medical and surgical therapies.


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