Vohra’s expert physicians developed and now share practical wound education to help you deliver excellent patient care.

Vohra’s expert physicians developed and now share practical wound education to help you deliver excellent patient care.

Expand your clinical expertise:

Physician Curriculum Covers 19 courses authored and presented by a wound care specialist.

Janet S. Mackenzie

MD

01. Wound Healing

  • Understand Wound Healing Process
  • Factors Affecting Wound Healing
  • List Local Factors that Affect Wound Healing
  • List Systemic Factors that Affect Wound Healing

Shark Bird

MD, CMD, CWSP

02.Wound Assessment

  • Be Able to List the Key Elements in Evaluation and Assessment of a Wound
  • Demonstrate Various Methods of Wound Measurement
  • Correctly Determine Frequency of Wound Assessment
  • Be Able to Properly Assess Wound Progress

Adam Del Conte

MD

03. Pressure Injuries

  • Definitions
  • Causes, Risk Factors and Prevention
  • Treatment
  • Unavoidable Pressure Injuries

Janet S. Mackenzie

MD

04. Offloading Surfaces

  • Understand the Concepts of Pressure Redistribution, Repositioning, and Offloading
  • Learn the Mechanical Forces Involved in the Development of Pressure Wounds
  • Identify Various Categories of Support Surfaces
  • Learn to Correctly Choose Support Surfaces Based on the Patient’s Needs

Rank Dawson Jr.

MD

05. Lower Extremity Arterial Wounds

  • Understand the Relevant Anatomy in Arterial Wounds
  • Be Able to List The Components of an Arterial Evaluation
  • Understand the Vascular Lab Tests Available to Detect and Quantify Arterial Disease
  • Understand Arteriography, its Indications and Utility in the Treatment of Arterial Disease
  • Understand the Medical and Surgical Treatments Available to Patients with Arterial Disease

Rank Dawson Jr.

MD

06. Venous and Lymphedema Wounds of the Lower Extremities

  • Have an Understanding of the Pathophysiology Behind Venous and Lymphedema Related Wounds
  • Be Able to List the Components of an Evaluation of the Lower Extremities in Patients with Venous Stasis and Lymphedema
  • Understand the Imaging Studies and Tests Available to Evaluate Venous and Lymphatic Disease
  • Understand the Fundamentals of Treatment in the patient with Venous or Lymphatic Disease of the Lower Extremities
  • Understand the Noninvasive and Invasive Treatment Modalities Available to Patients with Venous and Lymphatic Disease of the Lower Extremities

Adam Del Conte

MD

07. Diabetic Wounds

  • Why Focus on DFUs?
  • What Causes DFUs and What Are the Subtypes?
  • How to Assess Patients for Risk of Developing DFUs?
  • How do I Treat and Manage a Diabetic Ulcer?
  • What Is Necrobiosis Lipoidicum and What Can I Do If I See It?

Hiral Naik Gallimore

MD

08. Managing Surgical Wounds

  • Initial Work Up
  • Alarm Signs
  • Types of Surgical Wounds
  • Treatment Options
  • Working with the Primary Surgeon

Glen D. Rowe

DO

09. Orthopaedic Issues in Wound Care

  • Wounds with Exposed Hardware
  • Common Amputations and Their Wounds
  • Limb Contractures and the Problems they Create
  • External Fixator Wounds

Robert W. Dodson

MD

10. Thermal Injuries

  • Understand thermal injury
  • Understand electrical injury
  • Understand chemical burn
  • Understand cold injury
  • Understand immersion foot

Stephanie B. Newsom

MD

11. Atypical Wounds

  • Radiation Fibrosis and Burns
  • Pyoderma Gangrenosum
  • Pemphigoid
  • Malignancies
  • Fistulas

Keith R. Bucklen

MD

12. Debridement

  • What Constitutes Wound Debridement?
  • What Needs to Be Debrided from Wounds?
  • What Are the Various Methods of Wound Debridement and the Relative Advantages and Disadvantages of Each?
  • How Are the Various Methods of Debridement Practically Performed?
  • What Is Biofilm and How Is It Treated?

Ron Hekier

MD

13. Biofilm

  • What is Biofilm and Where is it Found?
  • How Does Biofilm Form?
  • What are Biofilms Effects on Wound Healing?
  • How Can we Reduce Biofilm in Chronic Wounds?

Kathryn Hoskins

MD

14. Wound Treatment Considerations

  • Review the Approach to Wound Dressing Choice
  • Name and Discuss Different Categories of Wound Treatments
  • Discuss How Wound Features Guide Treatment Choice
  • Discuss Other Factors Involved in Wound Treatment Selection

Hiral Naik Gallimore

MD

15. Nutrition and Wound Healing

  • Nutrition Basics
  • Screening and Assessment
  • Supplements to Aid in Wound Healing
  • Adjuncts to Wound Healing

Kathryn Hoskins

MD

16. Wound Infection and Infection Control

  • Infection Pathology
  • Clinical Considerations
  • Infection Prevention and the Larger Scope

Stephanie B. Newsom

MD

17. Ostomy Care

  • Types of Ostomies
  • Types of Appliances
  • Products that Aid Appliance Application
  • Skin Complications

Stephanie B. Newsom

MD

18. Specialized Treatments

  • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT)
  • Electrical Stimulation (E-stim)
  • Dyathermy
  • Pulsed Lavage
  • MIST Therapy
  • Whirlpool
  • Total Contact Cast
  • Growth Factors
  • Skin Substitutes/Scaffolds
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Kathryn Hoskins

MD

19. Future Considerations in Wound Care

  • Discuss the Growing Need for Advances in Wound Care
  • Review the Current Technical Advances and Tools
  • Reflect and Consider the Implications for the Practice of Wound Care

Fees for the courses and ongoing education access: $2,450

Completing the Vohra Wound Care USA Training program will help you determine the best way to treat your patients and improve their quality of life while helping to take your physician career to the next level. Learn more about the experienced skilled physicians leading the Vohra Wound Care USA Training program below.

ABOUT US

The Vohra Wound Care USA Physician Training program was developed by Vohra Wound Physicians. Vohra is the largest and most active physician wound management group in the US, delivering more than a million patient encounters per year.

Vohra’s physicians have achieved outstanding results:

88% Reduction In Wound – Related Hospitalizations & Complications*

86% Decrease In Infection & Amputation Rates*

21 – Day Improvement In Wound Healing Time*

Treated Over 2.8 Million Wounds In The Past 10 Years

*According to an independent study by the Lewin Group: Medical Outcomes For Patients Under Care of Vohra Wound Physicians.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the Wound Care Physician Training?
For a limited-time due to the COVID-19 crisis, the program is offered at USD$2,450. Take advantage of the opportunity provided by the pandemic to develop your wound care expertise online.
How can I pay for the course?
We accept any of the following major credit or debit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and American Express. We cannot accept checks as a form of payment.
Do you offer any group discounts for the Vohra Wound Care USA physician training program?
We do not offer any standing group discounts for the Vohra Wound Care USA physician training program, but if you’d like to inquire please contact us.

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