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Wound Treatment Center

Wound Treatment Center

At Mountain Point Medical Center, we make every effort to provide the most comfortable and inviting environment to help with the wound healing process.

Wound Treatment Center

3000 N. Triumph Blvd
Lehi, UT 84043 
385-345-3512
385-345-3116 fax
Hours: M,W,F 8-5pm

Many people have never heard of a "Wound Treatment Center," before, which can make patients worry about what to expect. You will come to love the staff and providers at our clinic, just as we will get to know and support you through the healing process. 

Wounds (depending on the type, length of time, and medical conditions) may take an average of 8-12 weeks to heal. Our staff is specially trained to provide the highest standard of care to help you get back to living your life to the fullest.

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Chronic Wound Care

Most people have no problem healing. However, there are times when complications cause wounds to last weeks to years.

Our center specializes in addressing all the possible causes to help you heal, and prevent other wounds from forming or coming back.

Compression Wraps

Ulcers in the middle to lower leg caused by trauma or those that spontaneously form due to varicose veins respond markedly to consistent compression. Compression wraps are a solution to provide consistent compression to help ulcers heal. Patients often go years without healing due to improperly addressing the venous pressure and disease.

Epidermal Grafting

Regular full thickness or split thickness grafting often requires creating a new wound to help heal an old wound, with residual scarring. Epidermal grafting provides a milder skin graft solution without scarring of a donor site and done easily in the office. 

Ostomy Support

A frequent service we provide is education from our trained nurses about how to manage several ostomy types. Having an ostomy, especially if unplanned, is a very difficult and emotional life-altering development. Our staff understands the unique challenges (both mental and physical) associated with managing an ostomy and can help educate and troubleshoot the best solutions and products for your particular situation.

 

Skin Substitutes

A frequent service we provide is education from our trained nurses about how to manage several ostomy types. Having an ostomy, especially if unplanned, is a very difficult and emotional life-altering development. Our staff understands the unique challenges (both mental and physical) associated with managing an ostomy and can help educate and troubleshoot the best solutions and products for your particular situation.

Total Contact Casting

Known as the gold standard in diabetic foot ulcer healing, casting allows complete offloading of diabetic foot ulcers with the highest success rates of all other treatments. Casting includes a weekly application with dressing changes.

Resources

Accredited Label
Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society Accredited Facility
The UHMS clinical hyperbaric medicine facility accreditation program recognizes hyperbaric facilities that demonstrate their commitment to patient care and facility safety.

Our Team

Rebecca Mackintosh
Rebecca Mackintosh

Wound Care

Devin Tranter
Devin Tranter

Podiatry