Wound Care

Urgent Care located in Ewing, West Windsor, New Brunswick and Edison, NJ

Wound Care

Wound Care services offered in Ewing, West Windsor, New Brunswick and Edison, NJ

If you have a large or non-healing wound, proper care is the best way to promote healing, prevent infection, and reduce pain. InFocus Urgent Care in Ewing Township, West Windsor, New Brunswick, and Edison, New Jersey, offers comprehensive wound care to help you heal without complications. Schedule a wound care visit at InFocus Urgent Care by calling the nearest office or booking an appointment online today. You can also walk in for immediate wound care.

Wound Care Q & A

What is wound care?

Wound care at InFocus Urgent Care involves treatment by specialists with extensive training in acute and chronic wounds, particularly injuries that heal slowly. Many large and non-healing wounds occur because of sudden injuries, diabetes, or surgery.

What are common types of wounds?

The InFocus Urgent Care wound care specialists treat a variety of wounds at the urgent care clinic, such as:

Puncture wounds

Puncture wounds cause narrow, deep holes that are often difficult to disinfect. While they typically don’t bleed as much as other wounds, punctures can penetrate deep enough to cause significant tissue damage. Such wounds may appear because of a tack, needle, knife, or other pointy objects.


Lacerations tear your skin, causing deep cuts. Often caused by sharp objects, lacerations produce jagged wounds and often excessive bleeding.


Incision results because of a surgical procedure with a scalpel. These wounds are clean and smooth, rather than jagged. Surgical incisions often cut through your skin and underlying tissues. They can become infected when not cared for properly.


Abrasions are rough, painful scrapes that don’t usually bleed much. Most abrasions appear because of friction with a hard surface. Examples include rug burn and road rash.


An avulsion is more severe than a laceration. It involves complete tearing of your skin and the tissues beneath it. Avulsions are damaging, deep wounds that often bleed heavily. 

When might I need specialized wound care for non-healing wounds?

Non-healing wounds are those that don't heal after a four-week period. They may appear because of:

  • Poor nutrition
  • Diabetes
  • Liver disease
  • Other chronic conditions
  • Smoking
  • Carrying excess body weight
  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation therapy
  • Weakened immune system
  • Certain medications 

Wounds that don’t heal on their own can become infected with debris and bacteria. If you have an infected wound, the infection can spread to other areas of your body and become dangerous when left untreated.

What does wound care involve?

Your InFocus Urgent Care wound care specialist determines which wound care treatment is best for your personalized needs after evaluating the type and severity of wound you have.

Treatments that help speed up wound healing include:

  • Compression stockings
  • Bandages 
  • Antibiotic creams
  • Oral medicines
  • Skin grafting
  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
  • Ultrasound therapy
  • Changes in footwear
  • Proper nutrition
  • Not smoking
  • Debridement

Debridement at InFocus Urgent Care involves removing damaged or dead tissues to stimulate healing.

To take advantage of the wound care services at InFocus Urgent Care, call the nearest office, book an appointment online, or walk in today.

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