Wound Care & Hyperbaric Services
Suburban Outpatient Pavilion
2100 Harrisburg Pike, Building 2112, Suite 327
Michael S. Flood, M.D., Medical Director
Matthew Bacharach, M.D., General and Vascular Surgery
Daniel Mast, D.O., Internal Medicine
Steven Woratalya, M.D., General Vascular Surgery
- Dr. Darren Barbacci, DPM
- Dr. Keith Fleishman, DPM
Non-healing wounds can be a source of pain and disability. Wound management was created to assist patients with difficult wound-healing problems. Besides evaluating, cleaning and dressing wounds, the center offers hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT).
Chronic wound management demands a team approach. Successful treatment requires highly specialized and closely coordinated care. The wound management program designs a complete, individualized treatment plan for each patient involving the patient’s family doctor or referring physician.
Treatment team members may include:
What types of wounds do you treat?
Healing may be impaired by:
Because underlying problems can be difficult to treat, patients with chronic wounds can often have several of these problems at the same time. Successfully treating a chronic wound often requires the efforts of several medical specialists.