Wound Care

All wounds must be properly evaluated and classified before a treatment plan can be recommended.
Diabetes Relief

Comprehensive Wound Care Treatment

6.7 million Americans are living with a chronic, non-healing wound, and 25% of people living with diabetes will experience a foot ulcer. Annually, chronic wounds have a $50 billion impact on the healthcare system. Due to the lack of awareness of advanced wound care, the vast majority of these people do not receive the treatment they need and deserve.

Amputees, seniors, readmitted patients, diabetics, cardiac patients, cancer survivors, surgical patients, and even veterans are at risk of complications from wounds. As such, become aware, intervene early, and seek advanced wound care at the Louisiana Cardiovascular & Thoracic Institute today.

Our experts provide:

  • Full-service wound care, including the most proven and trusted techniques in wound management.
Diabetes Relief
Diabetes Relief

Our wound care center treats:

  • Pressure sores
  • Surgical wounds
  • Radiation sores
  • Foot ulcers due to diabetes, poor blood flow or swollen legs
  • Diabetic foot sores
  • Leg wounds due to poor circulation
  • Bed sores
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Leg swelling

A comprehensive treatment plan may include:

  • Wound cleaning and debridement
  • Specialized dressings
  • Advanced biological tissues
  • Medications
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Diabetes Relief

We also offer:

  • Pre-operative ostomy site marking and teaching
  • Post-operative ostomy care and education
  • Hospital discharge follow up for new or revised ostomies
  • General ostomy care


Schedule Evaluation

with Sherri Berry

During your first visit, your wound care specialist will conduct a thorough diagnostic analysis of your wound, including the cause of the wound and any issues that might be obstructing your healing

Meet with Dr. Jones

LACVT wound care clinic have access to the latest wound care treatments and technologies that may not be available in a primary healthcare facility. Advanced treatments that may be helpful in treating non-healing or complex wounds.

The incorrect treatment of a wound can be potentially catastrophic. For instance, diabetic foot ulcers are the most common cause of diabetes-related amputations—infected or non-healing ulcers can result in the patient losing a foot or the whole lower part of the leg.

Wound care by highly trained health care providers

LACVT Wound Care Clinic is committed to the treatment of problematic wounds. Our staff consists of Wound Medicine Specialists™ and as providers, we understand the difficulties of treating patients. We are here to help and Here to Heal™. We don’t steal patients – we work with their existing provider to come up with a plan of care that will get the patient healed in the fastest time possible.

Types of Wounds Treated

  • Pressure Ulcerations
  • Venous Stasis Ulcerations
  • Diabetic Foot Wounds
  • Arterial Ulcerations
  • Thermal Injuries
  • Surgical / Traumatic Wounds

Treatment Strategies

  • Wound Debridement
  • Use of Biologics / Skin Substitutes
  • Specialized Wound Care Plan
  • Digital Wound Management
  • Education to Facility Staff
  • Use of Artificial Intelligence Modalities

Schedule A Consultation

We’re here to help you heal! If you have a wound that hasn’t healed after 30 days of standard care, or another condition listed above, call +1 (318) 442-0106 to learn how we can help you.