Wound Care in the 21st Century

Posted on 7/5/2017 by

A recent article published by Medical Xpress commented on the explosion of hyperbaric oxygen centers in the US, mostly based on financial returns and very little scientific validity. Medicare pays up to $9000 for 20 sessions for chronic, non-healing wounds and most times it fails or only gives temporary results. When the treatment stops, the wounds recur. Why is this?

Well the big issue in wound care is no one is improving the underlying tissue, making it healthier. So, of course, wounds have a tendency to recur, requiring multiple dressing changes, usually done by a home care nurse, further escalating costs. The diabetic wound care market in the US is said to be a $13 billion market and the US spends $57 billion on wound care in general.1


So as it stands, wound care is inadequate, leading to misery for the patients and the all to high probability of amputation due to secondary infections. It is extremely expensive, causing a huge tax burden for the public. We at Pure Form Omega are dedicated to try and turn this around. As our preliminary study at the University of Miami shows, this does not have to be the case. Pure Form Omega is the only organic, plant-based Omega ever clinically shown to dramatically improve wound healing and maintain that healing. It can dramatically shorten treatment times and improve lifestyle. The cost savings speak for themselves.


Let’s bring wound care into the 21st century, if you or someone you know has issues with healing, try Pure Form Omega, and give us your feedback. We are always learning. Let’s try and stop this epidemic.

REFERENCED ARTICLE: Hospitals Ramp Up Hyperbaric Therapy For Diabetics, Despite Concerns - Medical Xpress



1. Wound Care Outcomes and Associated Cost Among Patients Treated In US Outpatient Wound Centres: Data From The US Wound Registry

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Dr. Jeff Matheson, MDCM

Dr. Jeff Matheson obtained an HBSc (Biochem) degree from University of Western Ontario, followed by a his MDCM Degree (doctor of medicine, teacher of surgery) from McGill University in 1991. He was a full-time Emergency Room physician for 15 years, Medical Director of Med-Emerg Inc from 1998-2013, Founder of CPM Medical Clinics (pain management) which became the largest provider of pain management in Canada 2005 to present, setting standards to which all clinics must be certified by the College of Physicians and Surgeons Ontario. He has trained over 70 physicians in the practice of pain management, established the Headache, Migraine and Pain Treatment Centre in Ajax Oct 2013- a new, non-narcotic approach to pain management using neuroplasticity principles. Jeff is one of the founders of Pure Life Science Corp.