Lipedema & Lymphedema Patient Round Table Discussions Available on YouTube

The webinars are free to patients and healthcare professionals.

The Fairy Tale is Over

Check out my editorial in Today’s Wound Clinic about the way that things have changed for the outpatient wound center.

The Inspiring Patient Journey of Cameron Ayala

Here’s a good reminder that we encounter heroes every day – from all age groups, races and backgrounds.

Treating the Patient and Not the Wound

Check out this article by Efthymios Gkotsoulias, David Kuten and me, published in the April issue of Today’s Wound Clinic entitled, “Multidisciplinary Teams, All the Time: Treat the Patient and Not the Wound.”

Reminder: Register For Free Lymphedema Webinar June 24th, 2021 @ 12PM CST

Even if you can’t attend live, be sure to register so we can provide you with the recorded link afterward!

Vascular Screening Basics: TcPO2 vs. SPP

Best Publishing has kindly granted me permission to reproduce an article on Vascular Screening which I wrote for that magazine in 2010.

Don’t Miss This – It’s Not A Pressure Injury, It’s Pyoderma Gangrenosum

This patient has a serious neurological condition and was hospitalized for pneumonia.

UHMS Annual Scientific Meeting Saturday, June 12: Plenaries

The UHMS Annual Scientific Meeting is coming up. Registration details inside.

Starving In Plain Sight

I can’t decide if I am seeing more truly starving patients since I started focusing on nutrition or if I’m just more sensitive to it.

Medicare Disadvantage Strikes Again – No Skilled Home Health Services?

Home health services have been abused in the Medicare Fee for Service program, but NOT providing them is not the answer.

About Dr. Fife

Dr. Fife is a world-renowned wound care physician. She is the Director of the Wound Care Center at CHI St. Luke’s The Woodlands Hospital, CMO of Intellicure, Inc., Exec. Director of the US Wound Registry & Editor of Today’s Wound Clinic.

Report Honest Healing Rates

It’s time for Wound Care physicians and providers to stand up for truly honest outcomes and transparent quality reporting. If we don’t we may see our entire profession wiped out. Click here to read more.

COVID-19 Diaries

Guest blog from a friend and colleague who practices Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine and is also a Critical Care physician. Here are her COVID-19 Diaries – uncensored. Click here to read more.

Latest Posts

Treating the Patient and Not the Wound

Treating the Patient and Not the Wound

Check out this article by Efthymios Gkotsoulias, David Kuten and me, published in the April issue of Today’s Wound Clinic entitled, “Multidisciplinary Teams, All the Time: Treat the Patient and Not the Wound.”

Axillary Web Syndrome Revealed

Axillary Web Syndrome Revealed

Axillary web syndrome (AWS), also known as cording, can occur as side effect of breast cancer surgery – usually when surgery has been performed on the lymph nodes of the axilla (armpit).

Is the Tendon Involved?

Is the Tendon Involved?

Wounds often form over tendons (particularly the Achilles and the lateral ankle). It’s important to ask the patient to move whatever the tendon might attach to – to see if the wound “moves” with the tendon. For example, if the wound is over the Achilles, ask the...

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Dr. Fife sees patients at the CHI St. Luke's Hospital Wound Clinic in The Woodlands, Texas. For an appointment call (936) 266-2150.



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