Luciano, a 69-year-old man, suffered a fall that resulted in three non-healing wounds on his legs.
After unsuccessful treatment and visits to various clinics, Lou was offered a new, natural way to heal chronic and acute wounds.
In February 2019, Lou suffered a fall that resulted in three cuts on his legs – one on his left, and two on the right.
In May 2019, Lou visited a wound care center to address the non-healing cuts. The scabs that formed over his cuts were removed, which caused the wounds to grow at an out-of-control rate.
Soon after, Lou discovered that he developed an infection – MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), a type of bacteria that is resistant to several antibiotics. Lou was prescribed antibiotics, but even still, the doctors were unable to heal his wounds.
A few weeks later, Lou was sent to Valley Wound Care Specialists in Glendale, A.Z., where he was treated with ActiGraft, a revolutionary wound healing solution that promotes the body’s natural healing processes.
With ActiGraft, Lou finally started to heal. Within the first few applications, Lou noticed a tremendous difference in the size of his wounds.
Within six to eight weeks, Lou’s wounds were healed, and now, he can get back to his favorite activities: cooking, gardening, woodworking, and swimming.
“It was a great feeling – once your pain starts going away, once you start getting a good feeling that you see your wounds healing – it is the best thing in the world!”
April, a paraplegic woman, suffered with a debilitating non-healing pressure injury on her buttock for six months.
Mehl suffered from an aggressive form of gangrene on her toe that required a partial foot amputation. The infection continued to spread and Mehl risked losing not only her entire foot, but most of her leg below the knee.
Jill, a 68-year old woman, underwent a below-the-knee amputation in which muscle flap failure occurred, and resulted in a debilitating, non-healing wound.
Shimon, an 86-year old man with diabetes and venous insufficiency, suffered from a diabetic wound in his left leg for seven years.