Wound Care Facility Near Philadelphia

Wound Care Facility Near Philadelphia

Renaissance Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center is a distinguished provider of wound care. Renaissance provides attentive, cutting-edge care in an immaculate environment. Our dedicated and exceptional staff utilize the powerful Diapulse technology for extraordinary therapeutic results and highly effective wound care. Diapulse, a machine that uses high-frequency, non-thermal electromagnetic waves, has repeatedly been shown to heal wounds almost twice as fast as conventional treatment.

The Diapulse accelerates the healing of:

  • Postoperative Edema & Pain
  • Decubitus Wounds
  • Diabetic Wounds & Ulcers

At Renaissance Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center, we believe that all of our Philadelphia wound care patients, their family members, and our team of professionals are special.

“I have been referring patients to Renaissance Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center for the past 8 years for both skilled stays and long-term placement. Many of the patients seen by our practice have had short-term stays at Renaissance after hospitalizations. During this time, I have had only positive interactions with all staff from admissions through discharge. I have witnessed staff going above and beyond at all times to give quality care, empathy, compassion and to provide continuity of care to all patients. Patients and families have given positive feedback about their interactions and stays at Renaissance. This facility is a gem.”

-Jeanette Gallagher, Social Worker, Ralston Geriatric Practice

Contact us today at 215-727-4450 to discuss highly effective wound care!

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