With a 95 percent wound-healing rate, as compared with a 92 percent national average, the state-of-the-art Wound Healing Center of Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center is the logical choice for referral of patients with nonhealing wounds.
While arthritis is widespread — affecting one in five U.S. adults, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — each diseased joint is a unique case requiring a personalized solution. At Carlisle Regional Medical Center, surgeons use 3-D imaging, robot-guided instrumentation, and a smaller, more easily manipulated cutting tool to perform patient-specific total hip and partial knee replacements. Reduced blood loss, briefer hospital stays, speedier recuperation and a more natural-feeling joint are among the benefits this less invasive approach yields.