Are you concerned about a wound? As specialists in the field, we have years of accumulated knowledge and experience in wound care and internal medicine.
We are experts in:
- Venous leg ulcers
- Diabetic foot ulcers
- Pressure ulcers
- Traumatic wounds
- Skin tears
- Leg edema (swelling)
- Skin eczema
- Complicated surgical wounds
- Skin necrosis with Vasculitis
- Pyoderma Gangrenosum
- Skin necrosis with Cryoglobulinemia
- Bullous skin diseases (Bullous Pemphigoid, Pemphigus Vulgaris)
- Palliative wound care for cancer and other medical illness
- Complicated ostomy
- And many other kinds of wounds
Our innovative and comprehensive approach begins with investigating and treating the cause of the wound, not just the wound itself. It may involve exercise and diet modification in addition to medication, minor surgical procedures, and topical treatments. An important component of our approach is teaching patients how to manage their wounds and prevent recurrences. Home visiting nurses may be arranged if necessary.
Centrally located in White Plains, NY near Westchester Mall, we serve patients from Westchester County, Rockland County and the greater New York area. Call us today and see what we can do to heal your wounds
We are known for our holistic approach. When we treat health issues such as cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes, thyroid, lung disease, and heart failure, we emphasize the need for balance among the organ systems to achieve overall well-being. Under our care, every patient's specific needs are thoroughly addressed.
We are prepared to handle a wide range of health issues. When specialists are needed, we refer our patients to the best available experts.
We offer a wide array of age-appropriate health screening services and vaccinations.
We can also assess the risk for preventable diseases, and tailor a treatment plan for the individual patient.
Dr. Byoung Yang discusses wound care on TV.
We are here for you.
Medical decision-making is a daunting task for anyone. We guide our patients through the difficult medical decision-making processes. Our patients are always well informed about their condition and the treatment plan.
We are an advocate for our patients and so always available to them. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, education, income, social status, race, religion, politics, or sexual orientation. We are kind and sympathetic to all our patients.
Directions to the Hale Avenue entrance (for parking and wheelchair access)
From South Broadway
If you have arrived at the South Broadway entrance of the building (busy street with no parking), please keep driving on South Broadway around the Westchester Mall (South Broadway becomes Westchester Avenue) until you see statues of horses on Paulding Street. Then turn right onto Paulding Street, and make another right immediately past the Westchester Mall building onto Hiram Street. Then turn right onto Hale Avenue. The Hale Avenue entrance of 34 South Broadway is immediately next to the Westchester Mall parking lot entrance on Hale Avenue.
From Maple Avenue
To reach the Hale Avenue entrance, make a turn onto Hale Ave from Maple Avenue, and go past the main entrance of the Crowne Plaza White Plains Downtown Hotel. Continue driving until you see the Westchester Mall parking lot entrance. The Hale Avenue entrance of 34 South Broadway is immediately next to the Westchester Mall parking lot entrance on Hale Avenue.
Parking and wheelchair access
Westchester Mall Parking Lot
You may park at Westchester Mall parking lot level P3 or P4, area H, I and J. (Westchester Mall parking fees will apply.) We are on the same level as P4. Accessible parking space is available on level P3 and P4 in area I. Exit the parking lot through the wheelchair accessible path on the right side of the parking lot gate on Hale Avenue. Once you exit the parking lot building, there is a wheelchair ramp on 34 South Broadway located on the left side of the building. We are located on the first floor of the building at the end of the hallway.
Street parking is available on Hale Avenue, Hiram Street and Paulding Street. (White Plains City parking fees will apply.) One accessible parking space is available on the southeast corner of Hale Avenue and Hiram Street intersection.
If you have any wound care or internal medicine issues, please contact us.