Sometimes, despite standard care, wounds need an extra boost to heal. A clinician may be challenged by the multitude of tools available, and what may be most appropriate in a given situation. This session will review adjunctive modalities, their indications, and their mechanisms of action. Current evidence will be presented which supports the use or non-use of these agents. Some “old standbys” should be retired from practice, while other tools are currently underutilized in clinical practice.
The learner will be able to appropriately include adjunctive modalities into a wound plan of care, including referring to other professionals when indicated
PT, PhD(c), MSPT, MPH, CWS,
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