Wounds are of two types that is Acute wound and chronic wound. Acute wounds occur as a result of surgery or trauma. They move through the stages of healing within the predicted time-frame. All chronic wounds begin as acute wounds. An acute wound becomes a chronic wound when it does not follow the correct healing stages, resulting in a lengthened recovery. On average, a chronic wound is classified as one that fails to heal within four weeks and shows no sign of improvement within eight weeks. The most common form of chronic wounds are ulcers of the lower extremities.
Whatever you put on a wound only affects the outer surface. An antibacterial cream should stop germs getting under the skin but it does not reach inside the wound. A wound heals from below upwards. Doctors who cannot heal wounds resort to amputation and usually it does not work. A few months later, the infection is still there and they then remove more of the limb.
How Cellsonic heals wounds.
Fortunately, the CellSonic VIPP machine kills germs inside the body, improves blood flow and causes stem cells to migrate to the injury. Nerves are restored and the new skin that forms is sensitive with almost no scars. Drugs are not used. It is non-invasive and there are no side effects. Even gangrene has been cured. In other words, tissue thought to be dead has been brought back to life.
The Pain and wound management clinic at Ravina Hospital employs the Cellsonic VVIP therapy for treatmenf of dabetic wounds and ulcers along with several other chronic wounds. Impossible wounds are healed especially diabetic ulcers. It has been observed that with this technology those large wounds heal without any scar.
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