Diabetic Ulcers Expert Witness

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Diabetic ulcers expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on diabetic ulcers. The diabetic ulcers expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Nursing Homes and Wound Care.

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John M Deacon, MD, CWSP

Santa Barbara, California
Wound Care - Wound Care, Pressure Ulcers, Pressure Injury, Bed Sores, Decubitus Ulcers, Diabetic Ulcers, Retained Dressings, Arterial Ulcers, Venous ulcers, Burns, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Hospitals, Board and Care, Home Health, Hyperbaric Medicine
I am an expert reviewer for the Medical Board of California and an experienced wound care expert witness since 2009 with over 100 cases reviewed. My testifying experience includes numerous depositions and at trial in both civil and criminal court. Medical Director of the nationally recognized Ridley-Tree Center for Wound Management at Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital which sees over 14,000 wound visits per year with exceptional healing rates placing it in the top 5% of wound care centers in the USA. The center is one of the few in the nation with Disease Specific Certification in Wound Care by The Joint Commission. Medical Director of the inpatient wound service at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. Certified Wound Specialist Physician and board certified in Emergency Medicine with subspecialty certification in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. I have reviewed many different types of wound related cases. Top 3 categories are facility acquired pressure injury, lower extremity woun...

Susan E. Wozniak, MD, MBA, FAPWHc, FAIHM, CMD

Delaware
Wound Care, Nursing Homes - pressure ulcers, wound care, diabetic ulcers, burns, lymphedema, non-healing wounds, venous ulcer, geriatrics, long term care, pressure sores, hyperbaric medicine, skin injuries, surgical wounds, infections, neglect, causation, medical devices, telemedicine, bed sores, decubitus ulcers
Dr. Wozniak practices in post-acute care medicine & geriatric surgery. She has a special interest in wound care prevention, diagnosis and treatment. She maintains an active wound care clinical practice. She is published in peer reviewed medical journals and regularly presents at national and international wound conferences. She is Fellow-Certified from the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing. She is a Certified Medical Director by the American Board of Post-Acute & Long-Term Care Medicine. She has reviewed many different wound related cases; the top 3 categories: 1. Facility acquired pressure injury, 2. Delayed wound diagnosis and management, 3. Wound causation & nursing home breaches in wound prevention protocols.

Walter A Conlan, III, MD, CWSP Orlando Health

Orlando, Florida
Wound Care - Hyperbaric medicine, Chronic non-healing wound, Osteomyelitis, Venous insufficiency, Diabetic ulcers, Lower leg ulcers, Pressure ulcers (or bed sores), Bone infection, Gangrene, Skin tears or lacerations, Post-operative wounds and infections, Failed or compromised skin grafts
Dr. Conlan has extensive experience as an expert witness since 2004. As CEO of Florida Wound Care Doctors, Central Florida’s only medical practice concentrating exclusively on wound care, Dr. Conlan is inspired to help his patients overcome even the most severe types of wounds. He established his Central Florida practice in 1996. In 2001, he became a Certified Wound Care Specialist allowing him to practice wound care & hyperbaric medicine on a full-time basis. Since that time, Dr. Conlan has spoken at numerous wound symposiums, grand rounds, and rehabilitation facilities. During his professional career, he has provided wound care to patients in acute care, long-term acute care, skilled nursing, and hospital-based wound care centers. Last year Dr. Conlan was elected as President of The American Board of Wound Management. As a certified wound specialist, Dr. Conlan routinely manages patients with lower extremity wounds. Many of his patients have prior orthopedic as well as vascul...

Susan E. Wozniak, MD, MBA, FAPWHc, FAIHM, CMD

Baltimore, Maryland
Wound Care, Nursing Homes - pressure ulcers, wound care, diabetic ulcers, burns, lymphedema, non-healing wounds, venous ulcer, geriatrics, long term care, pressure sores, hyperbaric medicine, skin injuries, surgical wounds, infections, neglect, causation, medical devices, telemedicine, bed sores, decubitus ulcers
Dr. Wozniak practices in post-acute care medicine & geriatric surgery. She has a special interest in wound care prevention, diagnosis and treatment. She maintains an active wound care clinical practice. She is published in peer reviewed medical journals and regularly presents at national and international wound conferences. She is Fellow-Certified from the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing. She is a Certified Medical Director by the American Board of Post-Acute & Long-Term Care Medicine. She has reviewed many different wound related cases; the top 3 categories: 1. Facility acquired pressure injury, 2. Delayed wound diagnosis and management, 3. Wound causation & nursing home breaches in wound prevention protocols.

Susan E. Wozniak, MD, MBA, FAPWHc, FAIHM, CMD

Pennsylvania
Wound Care, Nursing Homes - pressure ulcers, wound care, diabetic ulcers, burns, lymphedema, non-healing wounds, venous ulcer, geriatrics, long term care, pressure sores, hyperbaric medicine, skin injuries, surgical wounds, infections, neglect, causation, medical devices, telemedicine, bed sores, decubitus ulcers
Dr. Wozniak practices in post-acute care medicine & geriatric surgery. She has a special interest in wound care prevention, diagnosis and treatment. She maintains an active wound care clinical practice. She is published in peer reviewed medical journals and regularly presents at national and international wound conferences. She is Fellow-Certified from the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing. She is a Certified Medical Director by the American Board of Post-Acute & Long-Term Care Medicine. She has reviewed many different wound related cases; the top 3 categories: 1. Facility acquired pressure injury, 2. Delayed wound diagnosis and management, 3. Wound causation & nursing home breaches in wound prevention protocols.

Susan E. Wozniak, MD, MBA, FAPWHc, FAIHM, CMD

Texas
Wound Care, Nursing Homes - pressure ulcers, wound care, diabetic ulcers, burns, lymphedema, non-healing wounds, venous ulcer, geriatrics, long term care, pressure sores, hyperbaric medicine, skin injuries, surgical wounds, infections, neglect, causation, medical devices, telemedicine, bed sores, decubitus ulcers
Dr. Wozniak practices in post-acute care medicine & geriatric surgery. She has a special interest in wound care prevention, diagnosis and treatment. She maintains an active wound care clinical practice. She is published in peer reviewed medical journals and regularly presents at national and international wound conferences. She is Fellow-Certified from the Academy of Physicians in Wound Healing. She is a Certified Medical Director by the American Board of Post-Acute & Long-Term Care Medicine. She has reviewed many different wound related cases; the top 3 categories: 1. Facility acquired pressure injury, 2. Delayed wound diagnosis and management, 3. Wound causation & nursing home breaches in wound prevention protocols.