In a a unique collaboration between award-winning Harley Street Skin clinic and Biotherapy Services Ltd., the state of the art mobile wound clinics are specifically designed to treat complex and chronic wounds such as diabetic and vascular ulcers that may not heal for months or even years.
Each mobile unit will be kitted out with cutting-edge technologies with the means to provide a range of innovative wound care treatments, including the provision of novel treatments which harness the patients’ own ability to heal itself. The mobile units will be staffed by a GP, nurses and healthcare assistants who will work under the supervision of top specialists who aim to close these complex wounds using the latest innovative wound therapies.
Mr Sandip Sarkar is a vascular surgeon who has pioneered the usage of autologous platelet biotherapies and has been instrumental in setting up the specialist wound healing clinic. Successful trials undertaken by Mr Sarkar for Barts Health NHS Trust have shown wounds that have previously not responded to conventional treatment did respond to the use of these platelet derived technologies. He will be joined by Professor Ash Mosahebi who brings a wealth of experience in reconstructive and plastic surgery and regenerative medicine, and orthopaedic surgeon Mr Haroon Mann who has worked for years in the field of foot and ankle injuries.
The four mobile units will soon be stationed across the country to provide revolutionary treatments for hard-to-heal wounds which have not responded to conventional means, potentially changing lives and giving hope to many who may otherwise face amputation as a result of their wound.