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Wound Care Marketing & Advertising

Marketing for Outpatient Wound Care Clinics and Wound Care Solution Providers

L2uMA provides chronic wound care centers, suppliers and providers a comprehensive marketing strategy with a focused business plan for growth and stability. 

Some of L2uMA's marketing strategies include digital marketing, traditional marketing, social media, radio ads and TV ads but what sets us apart from everyone else is finding and enabling the untapped resources that encourage new customers to call, set up appointments and want your product or service.

There is no set formula.  Each wound care marketing & advertising campaign is different based on the companies product, service, reach, reputation and price.   

We deliver measurable improvements, enhance customer engagement, streamline your front office and grow your business.

Wound Care Industries

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  • Allografts - Amniotic Membrane

  • Autografts

  • Bio-Engineering

  • Compression Therapy

  • Dermatologist

  • Extracellular Matrix

  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments

  • Infectious Disease Specialist

  • Manufacturers 

  • Placental Graft Tissue

  • Plastic Surgeons

  • Podiatrists

  • Wound Care Specialists

  • Wound VAC Therapy

  • Vascular Surgeons

  • Xenograft

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Wound Care Marketing & Advertising Types

Wound Care & Wounds

A wound is any damage or break in the surface of the skin. Wounds occur because of an underlying disease, accidental
or by Surgery.

Wound Care
Wound care includes a range of therapies for wounds that won't heal. Wound care involves stages of wound management. That include:

  1. diagnosing wound type 

  2. considering factors that affect wound healing 

  3. proper treatments for wound management 

Once the wound is diagnosed, all factors are considered for treatment. Types of wounds include:


Acute Wounds - wounds that heal without any complications in a predicted amount of time.

Chronic Wounds - take a relatively long time to heal with complications and might never heal without help

  • Diabetic Ulcers  

  • Bedsores /  Pressure Sores

Non-penetrating Wounds - wounds that are the result of blunt trauma or friction with other surfaces

  • Abrasions 

  • Lacerations 

Penetrating Wounds - wounds caused by trauma that break through the full thickness of the skin

  • Cuts 

  • Surgical wounds 

There are several techniques & types to assess, treat and care for patients with wounds. 
 

Connect with L2uMA

Let us know your Wound Care Marketing & Advertising needs

Tempe, Arizona USA

602-628-5478

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