Wound Care

Most wounds will gradually repair themselves over the course of the body’s natural healing process. There are instances, however, when a wound resists healing. These “non-healing wounds” can reflect medical problems that require ongoing, specialized treatment and care

Holistic & Comprehensive Approach

Henry Ford Allegiance Health creates a treatment plan to address your needs as an individual. Our team works closely with your personal physician and others involved in your care to ensure that we are not only addressing your immediate needs, but considering your overall condition.

Staff Trained in the Latest Techniques

Our staff includes advanced practice nurses with additional certification in wound, ostomy and continence nursing through the Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses Credentialing Board and the American Burn Association. We offer effective treatment and therapies designed to help promote the healing process.

Education & Support

Caring for your wound at home between visits is important for proper healing. Our team will educate you and your caregivers and suggest lifestyle changes that may aid the healing process. If a chronic disease is involved, we will help you understand how the disease impacts your body’s ability to heal. 

Swelling, pain, redness and increased warmth in a leg may be warning signs of a life-threatening deep vein blood clot. If you have these symptoms, call your family physician or go directly to the Emergency Department.