Podiatry and Wound Care
- Nail care
- Biomechanics with custom orthotics and foot wound care in addition to the following:
- Joint replacements for degenerative joint disease of the foot
- Forefoot surgery to include, but not limited, surgical correction of bunions and hammertoes
- Soft tissue procedures to include neuromas, fibromas and ingrown nails
- Plantar fascial release procedure to reduce immobilization and recovery time
When you have a non-healing or slow healing wound, day to day activities are more difficult. If left untreated, these wounds could cause long term, permanent damage. There are many types of wounds; those associated with complications from diabetes and other related vascular disorders; as well as pressure sores and traumatic wounds including burns and chronic swelling in the lower legs.
The wound care team at Waldo County General Hospital consists of a certified ostomy and wound care nurse and a podiatrist. Each of whom are specially trained to address the specific needs of wound center patients.
Brad Samojla, DPM
Kim Metcalf FNP-C, CWON
The clinic is located in the Cobb Medical Building, 16 Fahy Street, Suite 201.
Monday through Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. – noon
A wound, ostomy, and edema nurse practitioner is certified and trained to diagnose and treat acute and chronic wounds, peristomal issues/complications, provide preoperative education and assess and treat patients with edema related to venous insufficiency.
Please call 207-930-2510 to make an appointment