Wound Care

When we think of wound care, our minds often jump to the immediate actions: cleaning, dressing, and monitoring for infection. These steps are essential, and we will certainly delve into them. But at The James Clinic, we believe in taking a broader view that considers the entire patient. Holistic medicine is about treating the person, not just the symptoms.
Our unique approach integrates crucial yet often overlooked factors that significantly impact healing. Proper nutrition fuels the body’s repair processes, while adequate hydration maintains an optimal environment for healing. Managing stress, engaging in regular gentle exercise, ensuring quality sleep, and making informed lifestyle choices like reducing smoking and alcohol intake all play vital roles in our treatment plans. This comprehensive strategy not only addresses the wound but also enhances your overall health, paving the way for a more effective and lasting recovery.


At many health clinics, standard wound care involves basic debridement, topical treatments, and occasionally skin grafts. While effective in some cases, these traditional methods often don’t fully cater to individual healing needs. At The James Clinic, we elevate wound care to a new level with personalized, advanced treatment strategies.


We meticulously remove damaged tissue to promote a cleaner healing environment and stimulate the body’s natural healing processes.

Oxygenation (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy)

By increasing the oxygen saturation in your bloodstream, this treatment enhances your body’s ability to heal wounds more efficiently and effectively.

Ozone Therapy (Limb Bagging)

Utilizing ozone gas, this method not only accelerates healing but also reduces the risk of infection and other complications by improving oxygen utilization in the affected tissues.

IV and Oral Nutrients

We boost your body’s healing capabilities by providing key nutrients directly through IV infusions and oral supplements, ensuring your body has the building blocks needed for rapid and robust recovery.

Wounds We Treat

Surgical wounds / Diabetic ulcers / Pressure ulcers (bedsores) / Venous stasis ulcers / Traumatic wounds / Burns / Infected wounds / Non-healing surgical wounds

Symptoms We Treat

Redness around the wound / Swelling / Persistent pain / Foul odor / Discharge or pus / Delayed healing / Changes in color or size of the wound area

Frequently Asked Questions

Here you’ll find the answers to help you make informed decisions about your health journey.

Yes, we can help you prepare for your surgery to ensure a smoother recovery. Healing from surgery can be complex, especially if you have underlying health issues or nutrient deficiencies. Scheduling an appointment with us before your surgery allows us to take a proactive approach. We interpret lab results with a keen eye, focusing on optimal health at the cellular level.

We will develop a personalized treatment plan based on your lab results and medical history, aimed at boosting your energy levels and supporting your body’s natural healing processes. This tailored pre-operative plan not only promotes faster recovery but also helps prevent potential complications, ensuring you are well-prepared and in the best possible health for your surgery.

Wound healing is an energy-intensive process, with cells involved in repairing and replacing damaged tissue requiring more than twice the energy of unwounded skin. To support this demanding task, we recommend several key supplements:

  • Protein: Essential for tissue repair and regeneration. It provides the building blocks needed for new cell growth.
  • Vitamin C: Crucial for collagen synthesis, which helps maintain the strength and integrity of the skin and blood vessels.
  • Zinc: Plays a vital role in DNA synthesis, cell division, and protein synthesis, all of which are necessary for wound healing.

Proper nutrition is essential for a healthy immune system, which is vital for post-operative wound recovery. After surgery, you might notice a decreased appetite, so choosing nutrient-dense foods and maximizing intake when you feel hungry is crucial.

A diet rich in plant-based foods provides the necessary phytonutrients, vitamins, and minerals to support tissue repair and immune function. Including high-protein foods such as lean meats, seafood, dairy, bone broth, and legumes ensures you meet the increased energy demands of the healing process.

Staying well-hydrated is just as important as good nutrition. Dehydration can reduce skin elasticity, increasing the risk of infection and poor healing. It can also lead to complications like urinary infections and electrolyte imbalances. Drinking enough water supports cellular functions and helps maintain a moist environment for optimal wound healing.


A patient in our soft chamber HBOT.