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Diabetic Foot and Wound Center

Vejthani Hospital Diabetic Foot & Wound Center provides a full range of innovative medical services and equipment under the care of experienced experts and specialists to get the best treatment results. We aim to reduce the risk of losing the organs of diabetic patients to increase their quality of life, especially for patients who have Peripheral Artery Disease.

The pros of Vejthani Hospital Diabetic Foot & Wound Center is that the Vascular surgeons cooperate with experts in other fields to take care of patients who have gangrenes. The multidisciplinary medical team includes:
  1. General surgeons and highly experienced experts in treating diabetic wounds, pressure ulcers, gangrenes, burns, scalds, accident wounds, etc.
  2. Vascular surgeon takes care of Peripheral Artery Disease in order to improve blood flow.
  3. Diabetic and Endocrine Specialist takes care of controlling the level of blood glucose.
  4. Infectious disease specialist takes care of contagious diseases or infection that has affected the patient.
  5. Orthopedic specialist will take charge when diabetic wound has spread to the bones.
  6. Physiatrist takes charge of the recovery process part in order to help the patients get ready to go back to their normal lives, as well as to prevent the recurrence of the wound.

Vejthani Hospital Diabetic Foot & Wound Center is ready to provide innovative medical services along with top-tier medical equipment such as Peripheral Artery Disease Diagnosis equipment, ABI equipment, transcutaneous oxygen monitoring equipment, and Podoscope.   

Vejthani Hospital Diabetic Foot & Wound Center has an innovative and effective wound dressing equipment and products in order to reduce the risk of bacteremia and infectious complications, along with the effective wound care technology such as Hydrosurgical Debridement or Pulse Lavage Wound Irrigation and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT).


  • Diabetic wound treatment, especially for diabetic foot wound
  • Infected wound treatment
  • Pressure ulcer treatment
  • Gangrene Treatment
  • Skin Ulcer Treatment
  • Infectious Wound Disease treatment
  • Venous Stasis Ulcer treatment
  • Peripheral Artery Disease treatment
  • Accident wound treatment
  • Burns and Scalds
  • Chronic wound

Special equipment and techniques for treatment.

  1. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a type of treatment method for patients to be exposed in 100% pure oxygen in the high-pressure conditioned chamber, which can improve blood flow, repair tissues, and restore normal body function.  
  2. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (NPWT) or Vacuum Assisted Closure (VAC system) is a wound dressing system that applies sub atmospheric pressure to the surface of an open wound, and also speeds up the healing process. We currently have both the non-portable and portable type of equipment.
  3. Wound debridement is a new treatment method that removes all the dead tissue with hydro surgery from the wound area to promote wound healing in order to reduce the loss of the tissues. 
  4. Endovascular therapy is a type of treatment method that improves blood flow to heal the diabetic wound with minimally invasive surgery technique.
  5. Customized shoes are made for diabetic patients who have received the treatment in order to reduce the risk of recurrence of diabetic wound.

In order to receive an effective treatment outcome and reduce the risk of losing organs, receiving an accurate diagnosis and proper treatment from the multidisciplinary medical team is very important to the patients.

Patient’s story

Diabetic Foot and Wound Center

Do Not Overlook Diabetic Foot Ulcer

“Basically, an ordinary wound will heal within 7 – 14 days by itself, but if it exceeds 14 days and you know that you have diabetes, you should seek medical treatment immediately. In the specialist’s hands, the risk of losing the organs will be reduced because the specialist can provide sterile wound care, control the infection, and solve your vascular problem.” Said Dr. Supachai Chanvitan, M.D., a Vascular Surgeon of Vejthani Hospital.
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The Multidisciplinary Medical Team of Vejthani Hospital Diabetic Foot & Wound Center


Dr. Jackrapong Bruminhent

Infectious Disease

Dr. Krit Prugsawan

Foot and Ankle Surgeon


Dr. Pheeravut Tantisuvanitchkul

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Dr. Tachipat Sereearuno

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Dr. Sirirath Limboriboon

Internal Medicine Specialist



Internal Medicine Specialist

For more inquiries, please contact us at:

Diabetic Foot and Wound Center, Vejthani Hospital

Call +668-522-38888

Open daily (Monday – Sunday) at 08:30AM. – 03:00PM.

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