Wound Care USA, LLC and ProgressiveDoctors.com Purchased by EZ Medical Solutions, LLC Fall 2018
Wound Care USA, LLC, parent company to ProgressiveDoctors.com and DermaWound® Brand Products was purchased by EZ Medical Solutions, LLC in the Fall of 2018. EZ Medical Solutions is an Alaskan Based LLC with offices in Anchorage, Alaska and Phoenix, Arizona. David M. Dixon, MD, the Founder and President of Wound Care USA, LLC would like… [Read More Click Here]

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 audio bar Play Arrow BELOW the Play Audio icon Under Dr. Dixon’s picture) 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 http://www.ProgressiveDoctors.com pdcustomerservice@hotmail.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