Studies have shown that wounds heal faster when given a moist environment. One way to support this moisture balance and encourage optimal healing is to choose the correct topical dressing based on the amount of drainage coming from the wound.
Fast and efficient wound healing relies on essential building blocks being available to the body’s cells. When the body has an adequate supply of these key components, the cells are able to heal injured tissue faster and more effectively.
Whether from Cesarian-section births, vaginal births, or laparoscopic (scope) incisions—patients who get scar tissue addressed earlier on, tend to have better outcomes. Physical therapy has the greatest potential to affect tissue healing within the remodeling phase of healing, so get help now!
Nutrition is crucial for many things, but especially wound healing. Read this post on how to support wound healing, especially in older adults, and how to optimize nutrition to help the body heal naturally.