Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center of Mountain View Hospital
Phone: 208-557-2570 | Fax: 208-557-2571 | 2377 Coronado Street IF, ID 83404 (Lower Level of Idaho Falls Pediatrics)
Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art treatment for difficult and hard to heal wounds. Our compassionate team of doctors, nurses and wound specialists treat all types of wounds and many challenging problems in order to alleviate suffering and improve people’s quality of life.
Our goal is to help our patients feel better as soon as possible.
Conditions we treat:
- Acute & chronic wounds
- Wounds and ulcers complicated by diabetes or infections
- Wounds involving tendons, ligaments, bones or joints
- Wounds that are not improving after three weeks
- Non-healing surgical wounds
- Wounds that are unusually painful
- All post radiation patients experiencing pain
Every day we help people heal and start to feel better. Please reach out to us if you think we can help you.
Many health insurance plans cover wound care treatments. When you call us, we can help determine the services your plan covers.
What to Expect with Treatment
Wound care begins with a thorough evaluation of the wound, a series of diagnostic tests and in-depth review of a patient’s medical history. Upon referral, our nationally credentialed wound specialists will gather as much information as possible on blood and oxygen flow to the site of the wound. This information is crucial and allows our team to develop customized treatment plans based off of the needs of each patient.
During a patient’s first appointment, they should bring their medical records, insurance card, a list of current medications and known allergies. We want to get to know you and understand the challenges you are facing. Please plan to spend a few hours with us during your initial visit.
Treatments may include antibiotic therapy, debridement, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, bio-engineered skin and tissue substitutes, negative pressure wound therapy, compression therapy, casting for offloading and specialty wound dressings.
We always keep referring physicians involved in patient care. Having regular communications ensures everyone understands the treatment plan and allows patients to receive comprehensive support throughout their recovery.