Healing a chronic wound has its own set of unique requirements. For most people, wound healing is a natural, uneventful process. But for some, it's a complex medical problem that requires specialized treatment and care. That's when we can help. Our team is committed to providing high-quality, patient-centered care. As chronic wounds are often associated with other underlying medical conditions, we uniquely combine wound care with ongoing healthcare to meet your individual healthcare needs as a patient.
Why Choose Bronson South Haven for Wound Care?
Our providers at Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine have specialized training in wound treatments, providing a comprehensive range of services right here in South Haven.
Our Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) team includes a certified hyperbaric oxygen technician and trained registered nurses, making our team among the most experienced in southwest Michigan.
Services We Offer
With an array of services available, Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine - South Haven is able to offer effective wound treatment as well as care for other medical conditions often associated with chronic wounds. This includes:
- Bioengineered tissue substitutes
- CelluTome epidermal harvesting system
- Compression therapy
- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)
- Negative pressure wound therapy
- Pre- and post-operative ostomy teaching
- Stoma site marking
Have questions about a non-healing wound? Call Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine - South Haven at (269) 639-2976 for more information or to make an appointment. No physician referral is needed before making an appointment.
Dr. Caudill shares information about wound care and hyperbaric medicine
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Dr. Allan Caudill, Medical Director of Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine at Bronson South Haven speaks about the effects of heart health on wound healing.
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Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine | Allan Caudill, MD
Dr. Allan Caudill, Medical Director of Bronson Wound Center & Hyperbaric Medicine at Bronson South Haven explains the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) for the treatment of non-healing wounds, diabetic ulcers, skin grafts and soft tissue damage from radiation therapy.