Wound Care FAQ
Q: What is Wound Care Management?
A: Wound Care Management focuses on treating and properly healing open and closed wounds to avoid infection and other complications.
Q: Why is Wound Care important?
A: Proper wound care is essential for a wound to heal correctly. Many types of wounds, especially diabetic wounds, are hard to heal and require the medical expertise of a wound care professional to avoid infection and heal promptly.
Q: What do FACFAS and FAPWCA stand for?
A: The FACFAS and FAPWCA that appear after Dr. Mobarks name show he is a Fellow in the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and also a member of the American Professional Wound Care Association, two professional associations for Podiatrist and Wound Care specialist from across the United States.
Q: Why does diabetes cause non-healing wounds?
A: Diabetes causes non-healing wounds to appear for a number of reasons including blood sugar levels, poor circulation, Neuropathy and infection.
Q: What payment methods forms of insurance does DFW Wound Care Center accept?
Q: Will Medicare pay for Wound Care?