Wound Management Special Interest Group (WMSIG)
The Wound Management Special Interest Group (WMSIG) of the Academy of Clinical Electrophysiology and Wound Management (ACEWM), as described in our bylaws, provides a forum where individuals interested in wound management may meet, confer, and promote patient care through education, clinical practice and research, as well as multi-disciplinary dissemination of PT-based knowledge.
The Role of Physical Therapists in Wound Management: An Update
Active Wound Care Management FAQ Document
Functional Limitation Reporting Guidance
- Click here to download the Guide “Appropriate Reporting of G-Codes & C-Modifiers by Therapists Who Treat Chronic Wounds
Appropriate Reporting of G codes and C codes”
- Download the Wound and Integumentary Functional Limitations recommendations to the right
Wound Management News
Faustina Tran PT, DPT, CWS was the 2017 Spring Wound Care Therapist Scholarship winner sponsored by HMP. Harriett Loehne, ACEWM President was able to represent the WMSIG and present the award to Faustina. As a thank you to the WMSIG, Faustina provided us a mini...
The ACEWM and WMSIG was pleased to coordinate a PT Gathering at SAWC Spring 2017 in San Diego, CA on Thursday, April 6, 2017. More than 25 PTs enjoyed Dutch Treat food, fun, and fellowship at the Social Tap, a “high end sports bar”, not far from the Convention...
The WMCS Task Force has hired a consultant, Jeannie Bryan Coe, PT, DPT, PhD, to assist us with our resubmission to ABPTS for our Petition for a Clinical Specialty in Wound Management. After a meeting at CSM 2016 with the task force members, Dr. Coe, APTA staff, and...
The Academy is happy to announce completion of the 2014 updates to the APTA ACEWM Wound Recommendations July 2014 Updates. Originally approved by APTA in late 2007, the 2014 revisions were completed and accepted by APTA on July 17th. This document was primarily...
The WMSIG would like to thank Glenn Irion for his service as the WMSIG Research Chair. Glenn has helped the SIG by assisting with the posterior presentations at CSM and continues to be active with the Wound Specialization Task Force. With Glenn’s exit from this...