- Knowing the right questions to ask
- When is the right time to have surgery
- Exploring non-invasive alternatives
What You Need to Know
Before Choosing HBOT
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Advanced Wound Care
Advanced Wound Care & Wound Care Therapy
Wound Care Management Education
Advanced Wound Care
the Field in
Understand why Michigan Wound Care & Hyperbaric Institute is Michigans leading resource for wound care and hyperbaric oxygen treatment. Meet our trusted staff and lead physician and learn why we were voted #1 in client services, wound care and HBOT.
MWCHI provides comprehensive wound treatment services in a convenient, handicap-accessible, physician-supervised, outpatient setting centrally located in Southfield Michigan. MWCHI offers patients access to hospital-level technology without the inconvenience normally associated with hospital care.
Case Analysis of the Month//
Michigan Wound Care + Hyperbaric Institute will differentiate itself from its competitors through service – one patient at a time. We have perfected our approach to advance healing for more than a decade, serving a well-defined market niche by assisting our clients in managing the complexities of a changing healthcare environment. Our commitment to providing the best professionals who exhibit the expertise, compassion and dedication required for anticipating and meeting clients’ and their customers’ needs enables MWCHI to emerge as a single-source solution for catastrophic and work-related injuries by:
Direct Physician consultation within one hour
Streamlined and Individualized Treatment plans
Diminished Medical/Legal Risk
Ease of Communication and accessibility to increase lower claimant exposure and increase cost savings to the Insurer and client.
As a result, we have an infrastructure that anticipates and meets clients’ and their customers’ needs by applying exceptional care. We pride ourselves on the unique atmosphere we have created for healing and assisted wellness in the healthcare community.
Radiated tissue demonstrates shallow oxygen gradients within the radiated field. Low oxygen gradients prevent revascularization. HBO2 creates steep oxygen gradients which stimulates vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and platelet derived growth factor (PDGF) receptor appearance is induced. This results in the promotion of capillary budding and collagen synthesis.
Radiation Proctitis & Cystitis
Increases fibroblast proliferation and migration.
Increases collagen synthesis and deposition.
Extracellular matrix development.
Increases macrophage angiogenesis factor.
Angiogenesis is dose dependent.