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Wound Care

Wound Care

If you sustain an injury, your first thought might be to visit the emergency room. While this is the proper step to take, there is a possibility that you will need more extensive care than what the ER can provide.

Injuries are often unique. Because most are accidental or unsuspected, it’s difficult to determine what will ultimately restore function to a particular part of the body. One of the most efficient ways to understand and correct wounds is to visit a specialist, like Dr. Williams, who views injuries comprehensively as they relate to the body as a whole.

How Can Dr. Williams Help?

A wound can be inflicted at almost any time and place. Your quality of life and ability to maintain function in your body depends on how soon you receive treatment.

Dr. Williams has over three decades of experience treating some of the most severe injuries. Whether wounds occur on the face, hands or anywhere else on your body, Dr. Williams can often find the most intricate solution that helps you regain a sense of normalcy.

If you have been the victim of a crime, Dr. Williams treats you with empathy and compassion and will help you feel safe during any necessary surgery. Those who have been in an accident, whether work-related or due to recreational negligence, Dr. Williams approaches you with the same care and attention as he would any other patient in his practice.

The Importance of Wound Care

The infliction of a wound is usually a surprise to the victim as well as their family and friends. The shock associated with an injury should result in immediate attention, whether supervision takes place in the emergency room or with a specialist.

With a wound, timelines are crucial, and your ability to heal thoroughly hinges on how soon you receive treatment. The moment you feel that something isn’t right with your body, it’s important to consult with a physician and receive a diagnosis.

On the other hand, some wounds appear milder than they truly are. You may not experience very many symptoms even though you have sustained a serious injury. In circumstances when an injury seem as if it can heal on its own, it’s still vital that you have it examined by a specialist who can determine whether further treatment is needed.

Your Consultation with Dr. Williams

When you consult with Dr. Williams, he will carefully evaluate your wound and determine the extent of the damage. He will also ask you questions about how you sustained the injury along with any symptoms you are experiencing.

Based on his examination, Dr. Williams will recommend a course of treatment. If you require surgery, Dr. Williams will design a treatment plan that relies on your ability to maintain a normal way of life. The goal is to treat all issues and restore as much functionality as possible so that you can return to life as you know it.

For more information about the wound care available with Dr. Williams, contact 702-259-3223 and schedule a consultation.