Lane Wound Care & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Center


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If it's time for your annual check-up, or you just aren't feeling well and need medical attention, give us a call.

To request an appointment, call 225-658-4110.

For Emergencies, please call 911.


Baton Rouge Area Wound Care


Wound Care Staff at Lane Regional


Lane's Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Center is an outpatient program that focuses on chronic and non-healing wounds.

Our team of physicians, nurses, and therapists provide advanced therapies for most wounds, such as diabetic, non-healing surgical, traumatic and infected wounds, as well as a variety of ulcers needing wound care. Helping these wounds heal quickly is essential to help avoid complications such as infection and to help patients regain the comfort and mobility that their wounds may have cost them.


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Baton Rouge


In order to achieve optimal results quickly, Lane often uses a revolutionary treatment option: hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used on more serious injuries or compromised wounds, providing 100 percent pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber (the air we breathe is only 21 percent oxygen). This high-pressure dose of oxygen, known as hyperbaric oxygen, greatly increases the amount of oxygen delivered to those areas that are having trouble healing due to the lack of oxygen in the surrounding tissues.


Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy provides:

  • Advanced wound healing
  • Increased oxygen delivery to injured tissue
  • Improved infection control
  • Greater blood vessel formation
  • Preservation of damaged tissues and veins
  • Elimination of toxic substances
  • Reduction of gas bubble obstructions

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Wounds Treatable with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy


The average treatment lasts approximately two hours and benefits many conditions, including:

  • Diabetic wounds that are slow to heal or not healing
  • Damaged tissue from radiation therapy
  • Skin grafts that have a questionable blood supply
  • Certain infections of the bone or skin
  • Any wound that has shown no improvement in four weeks

For more information or a physician referral for the Lane Wound Center & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, please call (225) 658-4110.

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Wound Care Nurses at Lane Regional

Wound Care Therapy at Lane Regional

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