Treatments & Procedures

Common treatments and procedures for chronic wounds.

At San Ramon Regional Medical Center, we're dedicated to providing you with individualized treatment plans to get you on the road to recovery. 

We make sure you will receive the best treatments and procedures for your chronic wound condition, including hyperbaric oxygen treatment and rehabilitation. Below you’ll find information about common treatments for chronic wounds that we may use. 

Adjunct hyperbaric oxygen therapy 

Adjunctive hyperbaric oxygen therapy uses high-pressure oxygen in order to promote the healing of wounds. Adjunctive hyperbaric oxygen therapy is currently used for crush injuries, decompression sickness, foot ulcers and thermal burns. 

Lower extremity edema control 

Lower extremity edema is caused by fluid buildup in the legs, which may be the result of chronic disease, pregnancy, injury or the use of certain medications. Lower extremity edema control focuses on treating the cause of the fluid buildup. 

Connect with a physician in your area 

Call (800) 284-2878 or use our Find A Physician tool to be connected to a wound care specialist who can assist with your treatment. 

You can also read more about diseases and conditions in our Health Library.