Wound Care

IMAC Regeneration Centers specialize in advanced therapies including wound care, orthopedic injuries, and neurological conditions.

IMAC is committed to providing the best options for wound healing, such as amniotic tissue grafts, to patients that suffer from slow healing wounds and diabetic ulcers.  Our wound therapies are at the forefront of tissue-based innovation to speed healing and improve clinical outcomes.

 At the IMAC Regeneration Centers, our focus is on providing patients with safe and effective therapies that help their bodies heal without surgery or opioid pain medication.

 Allograft is typically used to help the recipient regenerate healthy tissue and return to normal function.

 This tissue contains active cells that contain regenerative molecules as well as growth factors. The Allograft allows faster and more efficient wound healing.

 Allograft tissues have been shown to improve surgical outcomes and wounds by reducing fibrosis, preventing adhesions and providing growth factors that aid the healing process.

For more information on Wound Care services, please call 844-266-4622 to connect to a physician nearest you.

Diabetic Ulcers

Pressure Ulcers

Pressure Injuries

Tunneling Wounds

Slow Healing Wounds


8 Weeks of treatment.

Results may vary.



All major insurances and Medicare are accepted.

Dr. Ricardo Knight, M.D.

Ricardo A. Knight, M.D., MBA received his Medical Degree in 1993 from State University of New York at Buffalo, School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences but began his career in rehabilitation medicine as a Physical Therapist in 1987. Dr. Knight received his training in Internal Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Medicine at Temple University in Philadelphia and is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Knight obtained his MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business.

Over his career Dr. Knight has held positions at many prominent institutions including Harvard Medical School, and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Among Dr. Knight’s many leadership positions include serving as the Spinal Cord Program Medical Director at Van Matre Healthsouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Rockford, and on the Board of Directors of UCAN, a child social service organization. Dr. Knight is currently a faculty member of UIC as an Associate Professor.

Dr. Knight is currently serving as the Lead Investigator for FDA Clinical Trials within the IMAC Regeneration organization.