Thursday, 16 December 2010

Another leg ulcer cured with The Whiteley Protocol(TM)

This lady, in her 80's, attended The Whiteley Clinic in September this year, with a left leg ulcer (see first photo). She had been "treated" by her local doctors and nurses for over a year with bandages, dressings, elevation and she had been given a "Doppler" test. She had been told there was nothing else that could be done for her.

As with a great many people that we see at The Whiteley Clinic with leg ulcers, the ulcer appeared to do well when it was dressed and bandaged, but broke out again as soon as the bandaging was stopped.

No one had offered her a cure.

Having heard about The Whiteley Clinic from one of her carers who had seen us sure another lady with a leg ulcer, this patient came for a scan and consultation.

Using our specialist team, we identified the underlying problem and treated her in one local anaesthetic "walk-in walk-out" procedure - as in The Whiteley Protocol (TM).

8 weeks after the local anaesthetic keyhole procedure, the lady is walking without any discomfort from her ulcer, and her leg ulcer is almost completely healed. There is one small area that has a superficial scab that will heal fully in the next 2 - 4 weeks.

She does not need any dressings, bandages nor stockings - and this cure should be permanent as the underlying cause has been corrected.

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