The following case histories illustrate the range and complexities of the wounds treated by Dr. Harold Brem and his wound healing team. Each patient is also an example of how we use a multifaceted regenerative medicine approach to encourage every wound to heal.
A Young Athlete Returns to the Baseball Diamond
When MT, a 17-year-old high school student and star baseball player, was struck by a life-threatening auto-immune disorder that caused severe wounds to spread across his body, Dr. Brem's wound healing team joined forces with an array of other onsite specialists to heal his wounds and cure his underlying condition. Read this patient's full story.
A Radiation Wound Healed by Surgery, Growth Factors, Hyperbaric Oxygen and a Skin Graft
PN is a 64-year-old patient who had a badly infected radiation wound in his chest as well as multiple other medical problems. Through a multidisciplinary approach that included growth factor treatrments, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and a skin graft, our team was able to heal this dangerous wound. Read this patient's full story.
A Ten-Year Wound is Healed by Dr, Brem's Multidisciplinary Wound Care Team
JD, a robust woman in her early 80s, came to Dr. Brem's wound healing clinic with a wound that had persisted for a decade. Today, she is walking without pain for the first time in years. Read this patient's full story.
A Flesh-Eating Infection is Cured by Hyperbarics, Regenerative Medicine and Reconstruction
A wound infected with flesh-eating bacteria nearly caused MK, a man in his 50s, to lose his foot. Thanks to an emergency intervention by Dr. Brem's wound healing team, however, he is now healed and leading a normal life. Read this patient's full story.
Saving a Gangrenous Toe From Amputation
TS, a retired pilot, came to us with a toe ulcer that had been treated without success at another medical center, and was beginning to turn gangrenous. Through swift surgical debridement and application of regenerative medicine, followed later by a skin graft, we were able to avoid amputation and eventually heal his wound. Read this patient's full story.
An "Incurable" Diabetic Foot Ulcer is Healed Through Regenerative Medicine
RR, a patient in his 60s, was virtually bed-bound with a diabetic foot ulcer that covered most of his foot. Today, after receiving regenerative medicine therapy from Dr. Brem's wound healing team, he is walking normally with a fully-healed wound. Read this patient's full story.
A Foot Wound Responds to Regenerative Therapy and a Skin Graft
RD, a male in his seventies with a foot drop (a condition in which a person has difficulty lifting their ankle and toes upward), failed to wear his foot brace as instructed, and developed a wound on the middle of the bottom of his foot. Read this patient's full story.
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