Wound Care

RegenQuest provides advanced hyperbaric medicine, specialized wound care and supportive nutrition to regenerate the health of individuals with a wide variety of medical conditions. Our services are provided by a professional licensed medical staff with over 30 years of experience in advanced wound care and hyperbaric medicine.

If you suffer from a chronic or non-healing wound, our team will work with you and your physician to deliver the following services:

Comprehensive patient assessment

Diagnostic testing to determine the etiology or cause of the wound

Innovative wound treatment technologies

Supportive nutrition counseling to facilitate healing

Individualized treatment plans to facilitate healing, including:

  • Debridement
  • Total Contact Casting
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
  • Bioengineered Skin Substitutes
  • Specialty Dressings and Wraps
  • Compression Therapy
  • Topical Medications
  • Nutritional Consultation

This approach has proven to be highly effective in the healing process and overall improvement of the patient.

Experienced, Qualified Team

All of our services are provided in a comfortable setting by experienced registered nurses and certified hyperbaric technicians under the supervision of an experienced physician.

A wound requires oxygen to stimulate and support wound healing.

The use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy can promote and accelerate wound healing by delivering oxygen under increased pressure to correct hypoxia (lack of oxygen at the wound site), enhance bacterial killing capacity, improve blood flow to the damaged tissue, and stimulate tissue repair. Our treatment program encourages these essential components for successful wound healing:

Improvement of Vascular Status

Optimized Nutritional Status

Glycemic Control

Debridement When Indicated

Appropriate Dressing

Appropriate Offloading

Resolution of Infection

At RegenQuest, our providers may also order one or more of the following diagnostic tests to determine underlying factors contributing to the delay in wound healing:

Laboratory studies

Vascular studies

Radiology exams

Transcutaneous oximetry

Types of Wounds We Treat

Wound(s) that do not improve within 2-3 weeks with standard treatment

Diabetic Ulcers

Venous Stasis Ulcers

Ischemic Ulcers

Pressure Sores

Wound Infections

Non-Healing Surgical Wounds

Radiation Wounds

Skin Tears or Lacerations


Compromised Skin Grafts and/or Flaps

Benefits of HBOT for Wound Care

Accelerates the Wound Healing Process

Increases Oxygenation to All Tissues

Promotes New Skin Tissue Development

Reduces Swelling and Discomfort

Promotes New Blood Vessel Formation

Increases Capillary Growth

Activates Bactericidal Activity Killing Bacteria