Dr. Dixon – The Tom Joyner Morning Show Interview July 15, 2015
The Tom Joyner Morning Show Get Well Wednesdays: Diabetes And Wound Care Dr. Dixon’s Nationally Syndicated Radio Interview with Tom Joyner, J. Anthony & Sybil – Click Here (To listen please click the small audio bar Play Arrow BELOW the Play Audio icon UNDER the large advertisement) Dr. David Dixon, MD is the inventor of DermaWound®… [Read More Click Here]

Diabetic and Chronic Wound Care Expert Offers Timely Advice During American Diabetes Month
Tucson, AZ – November 1, 2012 – Anyone that has diabetes knows the helpless feeling of having a scrape or cut turn into a chronic wound that simply will not heal. In general, diabetics are notorious “slow healers” that are often doomed to a regimen of frequent and expensive dressing changes that can take months… [Read More Click Here]

Hospital infections kill 200 daily in US
WASHINGTON, March 26, 2014 (AFP) – People who are hospitalized in the United States risk acquiring healthcare-associated infections, which kill 75,000 patients per year, US health authorities said Wednesday… [Read More Click Here]

Press Release – ProgressiveDoctors.com (aka DermaWound.com)
November 1, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dr. David Dixon, MD Wound Care USA, LLC 7620 N. Hartman, Suite #136 Tucson, Arizona 85743 https://progressivedoctors.com contact@dermawound.com Diabetic and Chronic Wound Care Expert Offers Timely Advice During American Diabetes Month. Tucson, AZ – November 1, 2012 – Anyone that has diabetes knows the helpless feeling of having [Read More Click Here]

Pressure / Bed Sores

Diabetic Leg and Foot Ulcers

Decubitus Ulcers

Surgical Wound Dehiscence

Surgical Wound Sites (ex. Post Mohs Surgery)

Indwelling Catheters & Ostomy Sites

External Fixations

Arteriosclerotic Ulcers

Ischaemic Ulcers

Non-Healing Lacerations

Traumatic Ulcers

Spider Bite Ulcers (Brown Recluse)

Amputee Stumps

Chronic or Re-occuring Wounds

Venous Stasis Type Ulcers

Ankle Ulcers

Scleroderma Ulcers

Sickle Cell Ulcers

Auto-Immune Ulcers

Non-acute Thermal Burns (Burn Ulcers)

Radiation Burn Ulcers

Minor scrapes, abrasions and blisters