Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine - SBH Health System
image of hyperbaric chamber

Location & Hours

Center for Wound Healing
and Hyperbaric Medicine
St. Barnabas Hospital
SBH Health System
4422 Third Avenue, Main Floor
Bronx, NY 10457
Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm
718-960-5064

Center for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine

The Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine at SBH Health System is a leader in comprehensive wound care. Our Center is the only one of its kind in the Bronx that combines wound healing and hyperbaric medicine in a single location. It’s a collaborative effort between SBH Health System and Restorix Health.

wound healing, hyperbaric chamber, SBH Health System Bronx, Dr. GoezUnder the direction of the hospital’s Chief of Podiatry Emilio Goez, DPM, the Center offers a comprehensive approach for patients with chronic wound issues including diabetic foot and leg ulcers, chronic bone infection, acute peripheral arterial insufficiency, necrotizing infections, crush injuries and other non-healing wounds.

The Center’s multi-disciplinary team offers a comprehensive approach for patients with chronic wound issues. This includes physicians with advanced training in wound management and hyperbaric medicine and nurses skilled in chronic wound care treatment.

wound healing, hyperbaric chamber, SBH Health System Bronx, Dr. CampbellHyperbaric oxygen therapy uses 100 percent pressurized oxygen to promote healing. It’s safe and painless and involves spending 90 minutes inside a transparent tube while being treated and monitored by highly skilled technicians. Patients can watch television during treatment to help pass the time.

Because diabetes is prevalent in our community, and many diabetics are susceptible to slow and non-healing wounds, the center is an important component in our patient care services.

Services

Systemic hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Cutting-edge diagnostic equipment

Reconstruction of diabetic feet

Bioengineered skin
substitutes-graft applications

Aggressive medical
and surgical interventions

Compression therapy

Treatment for

Venous stasis ulcers

Osteomyelitis-bone infections

Radiation injury/necrosis
and necrotizing infection

Diabetic foot wounds