Nonhealing or large wounds often require medical treatment for proper healing, especially for people with diabetes. At Chambers Foot & Ankle in Mesa, Arizona, Thomas Chambers, DPM, offers advanced wound care services that reduce pain and maximize healing for patients of all ages. Call the office to schedule an appointment or request one online today.

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What is wound care?

Wound care at Chambers Foot & Ankle uses innovative treatments to stimulate wound healing after injuries. You might experience nonhealing wounds because of diabetes complications, punctures, lacerations, or other injuries.

Chambers Foot & Ankle offers advanced wound care options without going to a wound care center – to get you on the road to recovery quickly.

What are the benefits of wound care?

Some of the many benefits associated with wound care at Chambers Foot & Ankle include:

  • Faster healing
  • Less pain
  • Less bleeding
  • Reduced scarring
  • Low risk of complications
  • Better mobility
  • Improved quality of life

Wound care with Dr. Chambers reduces your risk of infections and other complications. It helps you get back on your feet with less pain and little to no downtime.

What are the different types of wound care?

Some of the many wound care services available at Chambers Foot & Ankle include:


If you have a larger wound, Dr. Chambers can use stitches or staples to close the wound and promote proper healing. He removes the stitches after your wound heals.


Oral or topical medications can maximize wound healing and reduce your risk of infections and other complications.


Using specialized dressings and bandages helps wounds heal quickly and lowers the risk of infection. Dr. Chambers cleans your wound, may apply medicine to it, and wraps it to keep it protected.

Placental-derived tissue therapy

Donated placental tissue is a type of regenerative medicine that enhances your body’s ability to heal itself. Dr. Chambers might apply placental tissue to a wound to reinforce it.

Which wound care treatment is right for me?

To determine if you’re a candidate for wound care and which type is best, Dr. Chambers reviews your medical history, checks your vital signs, examines your feet, toes, and ankles, and asks about your symptoms.

He might recommend X-rays, ultrasounds, vascular testing, blood tests, or other diagnostic tests to detect or rule out causes of wounds or their complications. Dr. Chambers personalizes wound care treatments to give you the best results.

To learn more about advanced wound care options at Chambers Foot & Ankle, call the office or request an appointment online today.