CareFront Medical Group

Wound Care

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Wound Care at CareFront Medical Group

Wounds are common; while minor cuts and scrapes often heal on their own, some wounds require proper medical attention to prevent complications. At CareFront Medical Group, we prioritize your health and well-being by providing an array of high-quality wound care services.

We offer a wide range of expert wound care services and support for our patients. Our team of medical professionals is experienced in any variety of wound care, whether you are recovering from surgery, managing chronic wounds, or looking for help in healing.

Wound Care at CareFront Medical Group

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Understanding Wound Care

Wound healing is a complicated process that involves several stages:

Effective wound care focuses on supporting each stage of this process. This includes:

Types of Wounds We Treat at CareFront Medical Group:

Our experienced providers at CareFront Medical Group are equipped to treat a wide range of wounds, including:

Why Choose CareFront Medical Group for Your Wound Care Needs?

At CareFront Medical Group, we provide a holistic approach for you when it comes to your wound care needs. These include:


How often should a wound dressing be changed?

The frequency of dressing changes will depend on the kind of wound and the specific direction given by your physician. Bandages are usually replaced every one to three days.

What signs should I be looking for that could indicate an infection?

Progressive redness, inflammation, soreness, pus discharge, and fever are signs of potential infection. If any of these symptoms appear, seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Can I bathe or shower with a wound?

This relies on what type of injury it is and the dressing used. Generally speaking, waterproof dressing allows for taking showers. You must always adhere to your doctor’s specific instructions about bathing or showering.