Expert Wound Care Treatment to Enhance Your Quality of Life

If you’re in Southwest Florida seeking permanent relief for a wound that won’t heal on your leg, then you’ve come to the right place. At Vein Specialists, we don’t just treat your wound we heal them!

If you’ve tried a variety of other options with no success, your wound may be the result of something more serious that can’t be treated with topical applications. You’re probably at the stage where you realize your wound is likely going to get worse unless you get the best possible treatment. Please allow Dr. Magnant and his team to offer you a comprehensive evaluation and guide you through the process of permanently healing your wound.

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Personalized Treatment to Get You Quickly on the Road to Recover

Typically, when you visit a wound care clinic, the focus is often on cleaning and managing the wound with a variety of wraps or ointments, and weekly visits are not unusual. Shark debridement of the wound base and hyperbaric oxygen tank treatments are often employed by wound care centers without first getting to the root of the problem.

At Vein Specialists, we understand your non-healing wound may be related to venous, arterial or neuropathic causes. Our wound care specialists in Fort Myers and Bonita Springs will determine the source of your wound and develop a personalized wound care treatment plan to heal your wound rather than simply manage it.

The experts at Vein Specialists will develop an effective treatment plan for your non-healing wound, including:

  • Post-Surgical Wounds
  • Venous Ulcers
  • Non-Healing Mohs Surgical Sites
  • Traumatic Injuries
  • Non-Healing Foot And Ankle Surgery Wounds

Highly Effective Care for All Types of Leg Wounds

Most non-healing wounds can be found on the legs in the form of ulcers that can be broadly classified in 3 categories:

Highly Effective Care for All Types of Leg Wounds

These types of leg ulcers are typically characterized by extreme pain originating from a pale-looking wound. If you have any of the following: advanced age, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking or a family history of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), your leg wound could be a sign that you have PAD. Minimally invasive treatments for arterial ulcers include the use of balloons, stents, LASERs and other devices that remove excess plaque and expand arteries restoring normal arterial blood flow. 

Venous Ulcers:

Much more common than arterial ulcers, venous ulcers usually affect a younger, healthier population. Venous ulcers typically appear just above the ankle on the inside surface of the calf. They often appear on patients who have a strong family history of venous insufficiency. When people ask if bulging veins can turn into something more serious, the answer is yes, leg swelling, skin discoloration, thickening of the skin, vein bleeding and ulcers may occur if vein disease is not investigated are a common result. As with arterial ulcers, a variety of minimally invasive treatments have been proven highly effective in the treatment of venous ulcers. These procedures focus on sealing the leaking vein closed to return the venous pressure to normal levels.

Neuropathic Ulcers:

These types of leg ulcers most commonly affect diabetics because of the repeated stress on feet that have diminished sensation and altered musculoskeletal foot structure Minimally invasive procedures can provide valuable relief from recurring diabetic foot ulcers.

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Dr. Magnant and his expert team offer the most innovative spider vein treatments in Southwest Florida.

Schedule a Full Vascular Evaluation in Fort Myers or Bonita Springs Today

There’s simply no reason to live with non-healing wounds. A board-certified vascular surgeon, Dr. Joseph Magnant specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of venous insufficiency, which is often the cause of non-healing leg ulcers. Rather than repeated visits to a wound care clinic to treat your non-healing wounds, visit Vein Specialists at one of our two convenient locations in Fort Myers and Bonita Springs. Schedule a full vascular evaluation by Dr. Magnant, who will get to the source of your problem and develop an effective treatment plan for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need a referral from my primary care physician to come to Vein Specialists?

    Most patients do not need a referral. We will confirm this when you schedule your appointment at either our Fort Myers or Bonita Springs offices.

  • Why do chronic wounds not heal?

    Most chronic wounds are venous in origin and require a full vascular evaluation to identify the underlying problem. Schedule your appointment with Vein Specialists today!

  • When should I seek help for my non-healing wound?

    If you have a wound that lasts more than 14 days and doesn’t show signs of healing, we recommend a full vascular evaluation at Vein Specialists

  • What can I expect from my visit to Vein Specialists wound care center?

    When you visit our vein care clinics in Fort Myers or Bonita Springs, the focus will be to scientifically identify the underlying cause of your non-healing wounds. We will develop an individualized wound care treatment plan, with other specialists if needed, to heal your wound and prevent its recurrence.

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