Category: The WCA

Ask the Expert: How can Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) help cancer patients with the delayed effects of radiation?

Q&A with Leo Raffi Doumanian, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Urology, Keck School of Medicine of USC, USC Institute of Urology When a patient chooses radiotherapy as their primary or adjunctive treatment modality, the first order of business is to eradicate the cancer. The effectiveness of radiotherapy for the treatment of specific cancers has been … Continued

How To Not Screw Up Your Job Interview

It may seem a little bit out of the ordinary for a CTO at a wound care organization to be writing about interviewing, but I’ve vetted quite a few applicants over the years and I thought it might be helpful to offer some tips for job seekers (especially job seekers that are looking at our … Continued

Career Changer: How Wound Care Found Me

A recent study from Indeed revealed that U.S. workers are making dramatic career shifts, and nearly 88 percent of those who take the leap say they are happier after making their move. For Mary Brightwell, her career change began at age 46 when she transitioned from grocery store bookkeeper to wound care nurse and clinical manager. Here’s her story.

Wound Healing Awareness Month: Meet Jose

It’s Wound Healing Awareness Month, a time to recognize the challenges experienced by individuals with chronic wounds and to raise public awareness about the benefits of specialized wound care and hyperbaric medicine.

A Special Message from our CNO

National Nurses Week begins on May 6 and ends on May 12, which is Florence Nightingale’s birthday. It is a time to honor the commitment, dedication, and hard work of those in the nursing profession.

WCA Has Your Back

Our clinical team is working very closely with partners across the country and implementing extra safety protocols, including telemedicine, to ensure safety and prevent ER visits. Whether your patient rings the healing bell in the clinic or at home, WCA has your back.

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