Traci Kimball is a Wound Management Specialist with additional qualifications in undersea and hyperbaric medicine, vascular medicine, geriatrics and surgery. She has a passionate focus on being a key opinion leader in the woundcare industry and introducing innovative human designs that seek to improve the quality and delivery of care to patients. Dr Kimball received her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School, completed her General Surgery Residency at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, and completed vascular surgery research at the University of Utah. Her clinical services focus on advanced healing techniques from innovative technologies for cleansing wounds (HOCl), and sharp debridement (cold diode Pinnacle laser), to adjunctive wound bed preparation tools including negative pressure wound therapy (SNaP, V.A.C.) low-frequency ultrasound (MIST), spectural applications for cell signaling and tissue regeneration (UV and NIRS), dermal skin substitutes, and skin grafts. Dr. Kimball’s primary professional goal is to build a thriving, self-sustainable wound management and functional medicine practice.