Special wounds with poor healing are treated in modern wound therapy. This involves the application of special bandaging techniques and materials that promote faster healing. We use additional padding tools and specific movement techniques to prevent so-called decubitus ulcers. Our wound managers apply the latest scientific insight to look after patients with chronic wounds. In doing so they address the needs of the patient as a human being, and not just their (skin) defects. Each patient requires individual wound treatment that accommodates the different phases of healing. The wound managers also look after patients with an artificial bowel outlet. This includes educating and advising the patient, as well as individual adaptation of their care. Doing so aims to ensure that the patients achieve independence in managing their artificial bowel outlet (stoma).