Retired Restaurant Owner Heals with ACTIGRAFT and Returns to His Favorite Hobby - Cooking


In February 2019, Luciano, a 69-year-old male, suffered a fall that resulted in three non-healing cuts on his legs – one on his left, and two on his right. In May 2019, Lou visited a wound care center to address the non-healing wounds. The wound care center removed the scabs that formed over the three cuts in hopes to re-ignite the healing process, but the wounds continued to grow at an out-of-control rate. Soon after, Lou discovered that he developed an infection – MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), a type of bacteria that is resistant to several antibiotics. 

Lou was prescribed antibiotics, with various other wound treatments, but the doctors were unable to heal these wounds. A few weeks later, Lou was sent to Valley Wound Care Specialists in Glendale, AZ, where he was treated with ActiGraft, a new, natural way to heal chronic and acute wounds by promoting the body’s natural healing processes.

Case Study

This is a single case presentation in which, a 69-year-old male, who suffered a fall resulting in three non-healing wounds on different areas of his body: calf, ankle and lower leg. The patient was treated with ActiGraft for the wounds in the different locations. After the first few applications, the patient noticed a tremendous difference in the size of his wounds.

Wound History

  • 5 month old wounds
  • Wounds due to trauma in February 2019
  • MRSA infection diagnosed in June 2019 and treated with doxycycline
  • Experienced persistent and sharp pain, especially when walking, used pain killers on a regular basis

Past Treatments

Ultra-MIST treatment – twice weekly and topical European Wound Gel, Allicin



Wound Progression

Lower Leg




Over the course of six to eight weeks of ActiGraft applications, the patient’s wounds were healed, and he went back to his favorite activities: cooking, gardening, woodworking, and swimming.

Patient Testimonial Video

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