Chronic Wounds CAN Be Healed

Do you have a chronic wound that just won’t heal? Have you been to multiple doctors—just to have them give you new dressings and call it a day?
We’re Drs. Julie and Rob Hamilton, and we help people with stubborn non-healing wounds to finally find healing. Our decades of experience in chronic wound care combine with natural treatments to heal your current wounds and prevent future chronic wounds.

How Do We Heal Your Chronic Wound?

We specialize in chronic wound care and healing using a variety of methods our practice has shown effective. We have taken care of thousands of patients with chronic wounds, and because of each of our own unique expertise and experience, we have developed a unique approach that combines many facets of medicine.
We strive to serve anyone and everyone who can benefit from our expertise.  We are located in the United States, but our audience reaches far beyond that… all over the world. With an emphasis on mutual trust and respect, we run our practice with a professionalism that makes excellence a standard, not a goal.
We have a combined 40 years experience and are familiar with most modern medical practices. We elect to use natural, alternative medicine where possible to ensure holistic healing rather than simply treating symptoms.
We recognize that all injury situations are unique, but they all share a common theme: healing a wound is about more than just physical recovery it’s about healing your life.  We understand that each patient has unique needs and tailor our treatments you as an individual.

The Comprehensive Guide to Chronic Wound Healing

If you’ve been suffering from a chronic wound, healing is within your grasp. You can increase your quality of life, stop worrying about your wound health, and even avoid an unnecessary amputation.

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What Types of Wounds Can We Help You With?

Diabetic Wound Healing

Due to the nature of the disease, diabetic wounds are often slow to heal, and they require medical attention and monitoring to properly mend. Due to the lack of circulation that many times comes with diabetic issues, blood flow can be heavily restricted to the legs, putting your lower limbs at risk for increased damage and pain. By focusing on assessment, controlling the infection, debridement, reducing pressure, and stabilizing wound moisture, we can heal even severe we can heal even severe diabetic foot wounds that may otherwise lead to amputation. Or if you’ve undergone an amputation and the incision isn’t healing, we can help you prevent further or higher amputation.

Pressure Ulcers

Pressure ulcers are sores that form on areas of skin that are close to bone, such as ankles, elbows, and hips. These lesions form primarily from a person staying in one position for too long, so they are a specific concern for people that are bedridden or in a wheelchair. Stage I and II ulcers can heal quickly if cared for appropriately; Stage III and IV ulcers will require more time and attention to effectively heal. Click to read more about what stage your pressure ulcer is in and the proper course of treatment for pressure ulcers.

Traumatic Wounds

A traumatic wound is a break in the skin, such as a laceration, puncture, burn, or abrasion, that can be the result of a personal accident, a work- or sport-related injury, an act of violence, and more. Traumatic wounds can range visually from seemingly insignificant to large and/or deep in appearance – but no matter what the physical size of the injury, all traumatic wounds can become infected quickly if they are not quickly and appropriately treated.

Venous Leg Ulcers

Venous leg ulcers are sores on the skin of the leg, often on the inside of the leg at or near the heel, that can take on average four to six weeks to heal with proper medical attention – and significantly longer without medical attention. Venous leg ulcers come with a variety of issues that may additionally accompany having the wound. These issues may begin to manifest right away, or they may not become present until the wound is active and festering. If you believe you are suffering from any of the following in conjunction with a venous leg ulcer, consult a medical professional right away.

Meet Julie Hamilton, M.D.

After graduating from Harvard University, Dr. Julie Hamilton completed medical school and residency at Stanford University with a specialty in Emergency Medicine. During her time in medical school, Dr. Hamilton traveled throughout Papua New Guinea and Indonesia on medical missions and doing life-saving research.

She practiced Emergency Medicine at a Level II Trauma Center in Northern California and then transitioned into the specialty of Wound Care Medicine. Her interest in wound care was stimulated by her previous international medical missions. She obtained certification in Hyperbaric Medicine from San Antonio’s Nix Medical Center and completed her training at Ohio State University in the National Healing Wound Care Program. She was one of the founding physicians and serves as medical director of the Mercy Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center in Redding, CA. In 2012, Dr. Hamilton obtained Board Certification in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. She is a sought-after speaker on Advanced Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

Dr. Hamilton has found her passion and loves working closely with her patients and helping them heal. Now she especially enjoys offering cutting-edge, advanced therapies with Dr. Rob Hamilton for the most serious and challenging wounds.

Meet Rob Hamilton, M.D.

Dr. Rob Hamilton, M.D. obtained a degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in Electrical and Computer Engineering. During his undergraduate career, he spent his time as a wilderness EMT and Mountain Rescue. His early training in electrical engineering and semiconductory theory has led to some of his current interests in medicine and quantum biology.

Deliberately deviating from computer science and engineering, he chose to pursue his passion for medicine at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and completed a four-year residency at UCSD in Emergency Medicine.

After graduating, he spent 20 years practicing emergency medicine of all kinds. He served in administrative and leadership roles for his group and hospital. Realizing the medical field was severely lacking in proper preventative care, he completed Fellowship Training and Board Certification in Anti-aging and Regenerative Medicine, along with Certification in Age Management Medicine

He has since done a Fellowship in Stem Cell Therapy through the American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. He has a special interest in Chronobiology, Photobiomodulation, and Quantum Biology, and maintains that despite all the advances in modern medicine, nature is the best doctor.

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