The difference between saving or losing a limb often realizes on optimal wound care.
Dr. Zakhary has vast experience in treating wound care for over 6 years and over 3 years in the valley. Many people treating wounds in the Valley have completed medical residency without formal surgery training. Dr. Zakhary is board certified in general surgery and board qualified in both vascular surgery and wound care, he has completed 7 years of formal surgical training, including a Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Fellowship at Baylor University He serves as a professor at Midwestern University and clinical endovascular surgery.
Dr. Zakhary is well versed on multiple wound care and limb salvage techniques and procedures including:
- NPWT – Negative Pressure Wound Therapy,
- Dermagraft®, a bio-engineered skin substitute
- Apligraft® bio-engineered skin substitute
- Split Thickness Skin Grafting
- SGHMC – sustained, graduated, high–moderate compression
- HBOT – Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Excisional Debridemont
- Revascuralization Endovascular and Surgery
- TCC – Total Contact Casting
- Felted Foam foot strapping
- Achilles Tendon Lengthening
- Gauze hydrogel, hydrocolloid,
- foam, transparent film, calcium alginates, chemical debriding agents, growth factors, compression dressings, and biological dressings.