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Wound Care Center

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Chronic Wounds, Comprehensive Treatment

Lexington Medical Center’s Wound Care Center is a hospital-based clinic which provides specialized treatment for chronic or non-healing wounds, which are defined as sores or wounds that have not significantly gotten better during the course of conventional treatment.

These wounds can cause severe health risks and may result in life-threatening infections, possible amputation and debilitating health problems. However, with the state-of-the-art treatment available at the Wound Care Center, people with slow-healing wounds no longer have to suffer. Our comprehensive approach can heal wounds that have resisted other treatments, and help you avoid loss of limbs, reduce incidence of recurrence, and get your life back.

Comprehensive Team of Specialists

The Wound Care Center is designed to complement your physician’s services and is committed to the treatment of difficult, non-healing wounds. In addition to the medical director, the center is staffed by a team of professionals that includes:

  • Physicians with advanced training in wound management
  • Nursing staff trained in the care of chronic wounds
  • Technicians who perform non-invasive studies and various therapies
  • Experienced staff to assist with appointments, medical records and health insurance processing. 

See how The Wound Care Center helped a Lexington man regain mobility.

Learn More

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
Your Wound Treatment Plan
Wound Center FAQ

Our Providers

Bolstad Karl Edward
Karl Bolstad, MD

Farrah Victor B
Victor Farrah, DO

Mark Pearson, MD

Wound Care Center offers a simple, long-term way to bring people back to good health ›

Patient Testimonial Jim Phillips with Dr Cullom

Jim Phillips made 100 visits to the Wound Care Center’s hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) in 2014. There, four times a week for two hours at a time, he sat in a pressurized chamber that delivered 100 percent oxygen to his bloodstream, helping to fight infection, stimulate the growth of new blood vessels, improve his circulation and fully heal his foot wound.

How to Get Here

Wound Care10 Medical Park Drive (Lower Level)
Suite 3
Lexington, NC 27292

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