The specialized Wound Care Program at Platinum Ridge Center for Rehabilitation & Healing delivers comprehensive wound treatment to stimulate tissue growth and faster healing of chronic and non-healing wounds. Our certified wound care staff utilizes innovative, highly effective treatment protocols and the latest technology to achieve outstanding therapeutic results.
As one of Pennsylvania’s finest Rehabilitation and Nursing Centers, Platinum Ridge Center for Rehabilitation & Healing has earned an outstanding reputation for its compassionate and high caliber care. We know you just want to get back out there. Our personalized approach and comprehensive treatments will ensure that you’re back on your own two feet as swiftly as possible.
Residents of Arnold, PA suffering from surgical wounds, diabetic foot ulcers, burns, pressure sores or or any other hard-to-heal wounds benefit tremendously from this multidisciplinary program that includes the usage of IV antibiotics, specialized air mattresses, electric stimulation, infection control techniques and state-of-the-art equipment and devices.
Contact us today at 724-224-9200 to discuss how affordable wound care can be.
“Wonderful, beautiful, caring nurses. great doctors. Platinum Ridge is the #1 place to be. They take care of us very well. Come in as a friend the first day, and by the next day you are family. I’d tell everyone to come here for sure.” – Carlos J.
Arnold is a city in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States, within the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The population was 5,157 at the 2010 Census. Present-day Westmoreland County was part of the hunting reserves of the Iroquois Indians. Americans began to penetrate the area in the 1750s, and circa 1781 Robert McCrea purchased the land on which Arnold is situated. William Jack acquired the property and later passed it on to Wilson Jack. The area around Arnold was first settled in 1852 by Major Andrew Arnold, who grew up in Kittanning. Arnold was part of New Kensington until it was separately incorporated as a borough in January 1896, and as a third-class city in 1939.