The Wound Healing Center

Fauquier Health Wound Healing Center takes an interdisciplinary approach to wound treatment and healing due to the complex nature of chronic wounds. Wound healing success for chronic wounds stands at an impressive 93%. Our team of physicians and nurses are specially trained in wound care. We treat:

  • Pressure ulcers (bed sores)
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Venous insufficiency
  • Arterial insufficiency
  • Non-healing surgical wounds
  • Post-radiation tissue injury

COVID-19 Resources

During this challenging time there are some helpful resources patients can refer to while following the stay-at-home order in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The most important step to remember is that patients need to stay and maintain their paths of care and recovery. Patients are encouraged to explore Telehealth options to help keep them stay connected to their health care providers. 

Three Steps to Maintain During Quarantine

A Better Healing Option

The Center uses a number of specialized wound care therapies to aid in wound closure, new tissue growth, wound tissue regeneration and much more. One of our premier services is hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) may help speed the wound repair process and prevent further complications. It increases the amount of oxygen in the blood to saturate damaged tissue with oxygen. Patients who receive HBO inhale 100 percent oxygen at up to three times the normal atmospheric pressure. HBO drives more oxygen into the red blood cells to promote healing from the inside out.

Diabetic foot ulcers, which are a common and serious complication of diabetes, are an example of wounds that may benefit from HBO.

Hyperbaric oxygen chambers are commonly used to treat:

  • Osteomyelitis (bone infection)
  • Compromised skin grafts and surgical flaps
  • Delayed radiation injury (complication of radiation therapy) including
    radiation cystitis (bleeding from the bladder), radiation proctitis
    (inflammation, damage and/or bleeding of colon)
  • Osteoradionecrosis

For More Information

The Wound Healing Center
Warrenton Professional Building
493 Blackwell Road
Suite 101A
Warrenton, Virginia.

The Wound Healing Center may be reached by calling 540-316-HEAL (4325).