Reclaim Your Freedom with Advanced Diabetic Wound Care

Discover how Family Medicine Austin’s innovative in-home treatments can accelerate healing for persistent wounds, empowering you to live life to the fullest.

Experience Breakthrough Healing
 for Persistent Diabetic Wounds

We have made it our mission to provide you with the most advanced, effective, and affordable wound care solutions available. Our cutting-edge treatments harness the power of natural healing properties to promote rapid wound closure and tissue regeneration, help our patients achieve faster healing, reduced pain, and improved mobility.

Covered By Medicare

In-Home Care

World-Class Physicians

Unparalleled Expertise in Chronic Wound Care

Our elite team of physicians and wound care specialists bring unparalleled expertise to treating persistent, unhealing wounds, delivering exceptional outcomes when you need them most.
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Cutting-Edge In-Home Treatments

Harness the latest in regenerative medicine with our advanced in-home treatments, designed to accelerate healing even in the most stubborn wounds.
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Personalized Care Plans

Every wound and every patient is unique. Our personalized care plans are crafted to fit your specific needs, ensuring you receive the best possible outcome and a quicker return to your active life.
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Covered by Medicare Part B

Advanced wound care should be accessible to everyone. That’s why our state-of-the-art treatments are covered by Medicare Part B, bringing you the best care without the financial burden.
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Our Therapies Have Successfully Treated

Diabetic Foot Ulcers

These open sores, typically found on the bottom of the feet, are caused by a combination of factors, including poor circulation, nerve damage, and excessive pressure. Early detection and advanced wound care are crucial to prevent complications and promote healing.

Bed Sores

Commonly occurring in areas with bony prominences, such as the heels, ankles, and hips, these wounds develop due to prolonged pressure that reduces blood flow to the skin. Regular repositioning, specialized support surfaces, and advanced wound care are key to preventing and treating these painful sores.

Venous Leg Ulcers

These shallow, open wounds often appear on the lower legs and ankles, resulting from damaged or weakened veins that cause blood to pool in the lower extremities. Compression therapy, wound dressings, and innovative treatments can help promote healing and prevent recurrence.
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