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Living with Diabetes:
What to know about chronic wounds
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Diabetes Awareness Month is an important time to reflect on the connection between diabetes and chronic wounds. If you or a loved one is experiencing a non-healing wound, let us help you get back on your feet.

With a Healogics Wound Care Center at a nearby hospital, you won’t have to travel far to receive the care you need. And since there is no need for a referral, your treatment is only a click and call away.

Healogics is Proud to Sponsor the 2018
American Diabetes Association Compendium

With more than 30 million people across the US living with diabetes, Healogics is passionate about providing world-class wound care for the 25 percent who will experience a foot ulcer at some point in their life. That is why Healogics chose to provide an educational grant for the production of the 2018 American Diabetes Association compendiumDiagnosis and Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcer Complications

Over the past year, Healogics has sought to advance the science, awareness and practice of wound care through the Wound Science Initiative. By continuing to collaborate with powerful advocacy organizations such as the American Diabetes Association and other academic and scientific leaders, Healogics will unite and educate key stakeholders across the healthcare environment to ensure that everyone living with a chronic wound receives the highest quality evidence-based care.

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Patient  Testimonials


Jimmy Hammonds

Every day is a bonus because I don't have to worry about getting out of bed knowing that I can't walk. I wouldn't be able to drive my Corvette because it's hard to get in. There's a lot I wouldn't be able to do if I had lost my leg. I believe in miracles, and a miracle is what happened to me. That's what I think of every day - what a wonderful experience I've had with Healogics.

James Berry

I believed after I saw how it worked, I believed that it was going to work. After 28 treatments I think it was, my open wound had closed and it had scabbed over I guess you could say. The doctor was happy and I am very happy!

Jimmy's Story

James' Story