Accel-Heal Webinar, June 2020

Accel-Heal Commercial Director Paul McKenna introduces a webinar on wound healing. The Speakers are Dr Robin Martin BSC, PHD, Scientific Consultant and Liz Ovens, Independent Tissue Viability Specialist Nurse.    

Accel-Heal – taking great pains to reduce wound pain

Wound pain can be excruciating, and this pain can have serious knock-on effects on the way in which a wound is treated. Although the gold standard treatment of venous leg ulcers (VLU) is the application of a full compression system, some patients can’t tolerate this treatment because of the pain caused by their wound. But...

Accel-Heal Made Easy Symposium

November 2019, Wounds UK, Harrogate, UK   Two symposia at the Wounds UK conference in Harrogate in November 2019, outlined how Accel-Heal®, a single use, portable, easy-to-use electrical stimulation device can improve clinical practice. Dr Leanne Atkin opened the proceedings describing that the evidence is clear that compression therapy improves the healing of venous leg...

Establishment and inaugural meeting of the Clinical and Scientific Advisory Board

Accel-Heal are delighted to announce the establishment of a Clinical and Scientific Advisory Board comprised of eminent experts in the fields of Wound Healing research, science, clinical practice, pain management and health economics.   The Board is chaired by Dr Robin Martin, PhD, Independent Scientific Consultant and is joined by the following members: Dr Leanne...

‘Using electroceutical treatment to reduce symptoms and improve healing in chronic wounds’ published in Primary Health Care

Use of electroceutical treatment effectively restores the current of injury, expediting normal healing and reducing chronic inflammation, biofilms, infection and associated symptoms, such as pain and high exudate. Clinical outcomes and QoL are improved and there are also economic benefits. Read the publication here: Using electroceutical treatment to reduce symptoms and improve healing in chronic...

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