Dallas Wound Care Specialist

wound care podiatrist dallasWounds and ulcers that will not heal can lead to serious complications. Getting proper treatment from our experienced Dallas podiatrist is critical. Dr. Kennedy Legel and his podiatric team use state-of-the-art tools, along with advanced techniques to provide you with the best possible solutions.

As a leading Dallas wound care specialist, Dr. Legel can properly examine, diagnose and treat a large variety of wounds such as diabetic wounds, ulcers, infected wounds and pressure ulcers.

Understanding Non-Healing Wounds

For many people who get some sort of wound or abrasion, simply applying antibiotic ointment with a band-aid may be enough to allow the body heal. However, diseases such as diabetes can impede the body’s immune system and its ability to heal wounds effectively. A non-healing wound or ulcer can lead to serious health risks, along with debilitating foot pain.

Fortunately, podiatric medicine has advanced remarkably over time, giving us a clearer understanding of why certain wounds will not heal properly. Our Dallas wound care specialist stays up-to-date on the latest advances in wound care. Our team has years of experience in managing and treating a variety of wounds and ulcers, specifically those found on the feet and ankles.

 Types of Wounds and Ulcers

If you have a wound or ulcer that worsens over time or seems slow to heal, it is important to visit Dr. Legel for a complete diagnosis. There are many varieties of non-healing wounds and ulcers, each requiring careful treatment. Some of the wounds and ulcers we care for include:

Schedule an Appointment

Our Dallas wound care specialist is currently accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, please contact our podiatry clinic at (214) 366-4600 or for your convenience use our online contact form located at the top of this page.