Ind. man "100% better" after treatment at wound center

08/24/2011 | Republic (Columbus, Ind.), The

A 58-year-old man received hyperbaric oxygen therapy at Columbus Regional Hospital Wound Center for a foot wound nearly two inches deep. Within two weeks, the wound had shrunk to less than a quarter-inch, and instead of facing amputation, the man is walking again. "It's made my life 100 percent better," he said.

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