Know Your Doctor: Thanks for agreeing to be part of the Know Your Doctor website and supporting our charity partner Heart Gift.
Dr. Reynolds: This is a great communications concept and all of us at the practice are very happy to joining this effort to bring essential health and medical information to the people of San Antonio.
Know Your Doctor: Describe your medical education.
Dr. Reynolds: I graduated from medical school in 1986 and spent the better part of my career with the Air Force. I am a certified wound specialist, a fellow of the American College of Clinical Wound Specialists, a fellow of the Aerospace Medical Associaton and a member of the Professional Wound Care Association. My undergraduate degree is from Sul Ross University in Alpine, Texas. From there I did my medical training at the University of Texas San Antonio. I finished my residency at Carswell Air Force Base in Ft. Worth. With the Air Force, I also completed undersea and hyperbaric medicine training.
Know Your Doctor: Please talk to us about the types of medial services you currently provide.
Dr. Reynolds: We predominantely take care of chronic wounds which people have suffered with for weeks, months or maybe even years. We use various techniques for healing these patients such as negative pressure wound therapy, gradient compression wraps, and collagen and antimicrobial based dressings. Fortunately, we have been very successful at bringing patients' wounds to closing (healing), especially in cases where the patient may have even given up on ever being well again.
Know Your Doctor: Tell us a little about your thoughts and feelings of being a physician.
Dr. Reynolds: I understand that as a physician that my relationship with the patient and family is very important. Everyone at our practice knows that the good feelings and trust our patients have in us actually helps the patient heal. So, we treat all of our patients like family members. In addition to working well with the patients, we also maintian a great working relationship with the physicians who refer the patient to us. That's critical so we don't miss any detail of the person's medical condition, history or other current treatments.
One of the most rewarding experiences we have is when a patient facing a potential limb loss walks out of our office after being healed. That feeling of satisfaction in helping someone never gets old.
Know Your Doctor: What do you do to relax?
Dr. Reynolds: In my free time, I enjoy photography, particularly wildlife photography. I like cave exploration, scuba diving and also play the piano to relax.
Dr. Randy Reynolds, M.D.
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