Limb Preservation and Wound Care

We focus on the prevention of lower limb loss through innovative treatment strategies. We combine these plans of care with our nationally recognized research program; patient education and advanced clinical techniques.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide optimal care for patients at risk for limb loss and those with life altering chronic wounds of the lower extremity. We realize these goals by combing superior personalized care with advanced treatment strategies, some of which are only available through clinical trials.

By using a multidisciplinary team of experts in vascular surgery, podiatry, infectious disease, prosthetics and compression, we work to speed the recovery of the patient, and return them to a normal life. Our team is committed to excellence in patient care, education and clinical research.

Uniquely in the New York environment our extensive clinical research program allows many of our patients to receive care and treatments not often available at other locations in the metropolitan area. This program of advanced care helps us maintain and improve the quality of life for our patients.

Services Offered


Blood flow testing
Patient and care giver education
Regenerative therapies
    Platelet derived growth factor
    Patients own growth factors
    Growth factor trials
Infection management
    Topical silver
    Iodosorb
    Hydrofera blue
Collagen therapies
    Prisma
    Promogran
    Puracol
Skin substitutes
    Apligraf
    Dermagraft
    Graftjacket
    Integra
Growth factors
Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Revascularization
    Atherectomy
    Angioplasty
    Bypass
Non-interventional Optimization of blood flow
    Arterial assist device
    Topical hyperbaric oxygen
Advanced Surgical Lower Limb Reconstruction

Our Team

We represent a comprehensive lower limb salvage team of nationally and internationally recognized surgical experts specializing in limb preservation.

Our Patients

We have treat patients with all disorders of the lower extremity, these include;
Diabetes
Peripheral artery disease (PAD)
Venous stasis disease
Foot deformities
Neuropathy (loss of sensation in the feet)
Inflammatory disorders
    Lupus
    Scleroderma
    Rheumatoid arthritis
Bone infections
Lympedema


CONTACT US:

The Limb Preservation and Wound Care Program at Mount Sinai St Luke’s and
Mount Sinai Roosevelt Hospital

1090 Amsterdam Ave, 7A
New York, NY 10025
212 523 – 4797
wounds@chpnet.org