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If you’re one of them, we can help.

Healogics has invested in advanced wound care treatment, technology and research. That means our patients heal faster than those who receive only generalized wound care.


Resources for Patients Like You

Most patients suffer from hard-to-heal wounds because they are also battling disease, such as diabetes or heart disease. We’ve gathered a library of wound care information to help you understand the connections between your disease and your wound.


Diabetes and Foot Ulcers

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Elevated Blood Sugars: How Do They Affect Wound Healing?

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How to Avoid Amputation

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Exercise Doesn’t Have to be Difficult

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Nutrition Is a Very Important Part of Wound Healing

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Smoking and Wound Healing

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Controlling Swelling with Compression Stockings

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Management of Venous Insufficiency

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Peripheral Arterial Disease and Related Ulcers

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Malignant and Atypical Wounds

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A Guide to Pain Control

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Caring for Your Ulcers

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Story of Healing: Leslie Maynor

Patient Story

"I was afraid who I used to be would never be again."

Leslie Maynor, a mother and outdoor enthusiast, finds healing from a radiation therapy wound and is able to dance at her daughter’s wedding and paddle the river again.

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Our research leads to better healing.

The Healogics Wound Science Initiative advances the science, awareness and practice of wound care through research, technology and collaboration. With data on more than five million wounds, Healogics has one of the largest collections of chronic wound-specific patient data in the world. This extensive database allows us to lead the industry in scientific advancements for wound care that help our patients heal faster.


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In recognition of Veteran’s Day, we want to honor our VP, Development, Chad Lussier. Chad served in the United States Armed Forces for 6 ½ years. “I joined the Army for a specific job. After serving 2 years, I wanted to be a part of something more specialized, and applied to become a US Army Engineer Diver. As an Army diver, I learned all aspects of dive related physics and physiology, in addition to the knowledge required to operate and maintain hyperbaric chambers. That led to my first job in healthcare – operating hyperbaric chambers in a Healogics Wound Care Center®. That role exposed me to the positive impact we have on patients’ lives and inspired me to continue a career in healthcare.”
Thank you, Chad, for all you have done and continue to do in changing the odds for our patients. #HealogicsProud #VeteransDay

In recognition of Veteran’s Day, we want to honor Kenneth Larissey, Regional VP, Client Services. Ken served in the United States Armed Forces for 8 years. “Working for Healogics is an amazing opportunity. I take great pride in what we as a team are able to accomplish for our patients and our hospital partners every day. Healogics has allowed me to become part of the healing team by operationalizing best practices and eliminating roadblocks so our physicians and nursing teams are able to serve all patients who may benefit from a Healogics Wound Care Center®.”
Thank you, Ken, for all you have done and continue to do in changing the odds for our patients. #HealogicsProud #VeteransDay