Sometimes I Love Being Wrong

Sometimes I Love Being Wrong

It happened again. L-arginine made me look foolish. I told the patient’s husband I didn’t think we could get this bone deep pressure injury to close without surgery. I kept doing office debridements, we used negative pressure wound therapy and an anti-biofilm agent....
Remember Why We Do It

Remember Why We Do It

Lately there have been a lot of articles about clinician burnout. There are good reasons. The past 18 months have been tough for everyone. But a few days ago I saw a lovely patient whose wound had returned in an area of previous high-dose radiation. The reason it...

LympheHeroes Houston

Last week I had the honor of speaking at the 4th LympheHeroes Houston virtual meeting on the topic of “Lymphedema and Wound Care” – along with my friend and colleague Denise “Missy” Baylor, CLT. I talked about the taxonomy for skin changes in lymphedema which...