Arterial Ulcers

Poor blood supply to the legs and feet can cause ulceration of the skin because when enough blood doesn’t make its way to the tissue, neither do all of the important components of blood that participate in maintenance of healthy skin, such as nutrients, oxygen, and immune cells that help with combating infection. Arterial ulcers are often successfully treated at Advanced Wound Recovery with advanced topical care, but surgical intervention may be appropriate to solve the underlying problem. When appropriate we will recommend that you see a Vascular Surgeon for possible surgical procedures that can help to restore blood supply to extremities.


Lymphedema is a condition characterized by abnormal swelling in the extremities and less often, the torso. Lymphatic channels transport lymph fluid (fluid and waste materials that collect in the spaces between cells during normal circulation) from the extremities to the thoracic duct, which in turn drains into the circulatory...

Pressure Ulcers

Pressure ulcers, otherwise known as bed sores, are often an unfortunate side effect of immobility, from paralysis or from spending extended periods of time in bed or in a wheelchair, as in during short-term or long-term rehabilitation from a surgery or other condition...

Fungal & Dermatitic

Fungal infections specially in the presence of peripheral vascular disease can be difficult to diagnose and treat. Fungal infection in wounds and surrounding skin is often an overlooked component in the treatment...

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Seha Wound Care is pleased to introduce you to our outpatient wound and edema treatment center in Wellesley

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Seha Medical and Wound Care

Seha Wound Care is pleased to introduce you to our outpatient wound and edema treatment center in Wellesley.

Located minutes from Newton-Wellesley Hospital and the Route 16/Route 128 interchange, the clinic serves to provide exceptional wound treatment and education within a multi-disciplinary framework focused on holistic care.

At Our Advanced Wound Recovery Program: Wounds treated, for patients ranging from infancy to 107 years old:

  • Pressure, Friction/Shear, Diabetes, Venous and/or Arterial Insufficiency, Lymphedema, Mixed Etiologies Wounds related to.
  • Dysfunctional Inflammation, Edema, Complex or Non Healing Trauma; other co-morbidities causing barriers to normal healing such as Rheumatoid Arthritis, Vasculitis, certain Chemical or Thermal Burns, dermal wounds which do not heal within the normal time frame Wounds related to less common problems…
  • Pyoderma Gangrenosum; Connective Tissue & Lyme disorders; Microthrombotic Disease; Malignancy; Crohn’s disease; Sinus tracts; Venom infiltration and tissue damage; Silent infection in immunosuppressed patients; Blood diseases such as Polycythemia
  • Primary Care Physicians.
  • Medical and Surgical Specialists in the fields of Vascular Surgery, Orthopedics, Podiatry, Rheumatology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Oncology, Gynecology, Immunology, etc.
  • Self Referrals, word-of-mouth.
  • Managed Care.
  • Rehabilitation Centers, Sub-Acute Care.

We are committed to working closely with all referring physicians and facilities in each patient’s care, thereby facilitating a team approach to wound healing and optimal wellness. As an independent entity free of any commercial or industry financial affiliations, we make use of products and services as deemed necessary and beneficial for individual patients