Comprehensive Treatment for Chronic & and Acute Wounds
For a majority of patients, wound healing is a predictable and elegant course of events resulting in few complications and minimal scarring. For those with systemic or local barriers to healing, chronic and complex wounds can represent a significant challenge requiring costly and intensive care.
Since 2004, The team at Seha Wound Care has utilized an Innovative Advanced Wound Recovery Program consisting of proven wound care techniques in clinics throughout the U.S. Our outpatient centers consist of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals working together to eliminate barriers to healing and achieve maximum healing results. Quality holistic care combined with state-of- the-art treatment and diagnostics ensures that wounds are healed faster with reduced recurrence, thereby reducing the long-term cost of care and minimizing suffering.
In addition to our outpatient center we provide consultations and in-service training to hospitals, post-cutefacilities, nursing homes, home care agencies, and a variety of other clinical settings. On-site training forcommunity nurses is also offered on an ongoing basis.
Spider Bite Wounds
Certain insect bites (such as those of Recluse spiders) are very damaging to underlying tissues, and they cause inflammation as well as scar tissue under the area of the bite.Read More>
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...Read More>
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...Read More>
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...Read More>
Edema is another word for swelling, and it is commonly associated with wounds that have trouble healing. Edema involves the collection of interstitial [in-between the cells and layers of tissue] fluid in the tissues, and it commonly obstructs wound healing by preventing nutrients, oxygen, and immune cells from getting to theRead More>
Certain burns are very successfully treated at our Advanced Wound Recovery Program with advanced topical therapies that support tissue repair by providing a moist, healing environment and preventing or treating infection. Moist wound healing is the key to normal tissue repairRead More>
Abscesses & Cysts
Certain abscesses and cysts are successfully treated with minor surgical procedures such as incision and drainage and aspiration.Read More>
Skin Disorders Due to Long Term Prednisone Use
Sometimes wounds are complicated by many factors other than the original cause of the wound. One of these factors is long term prednisone or other steroid use. This therapy, which is helpful for certain conditions, can make the skin very thin and prone to tearing over time.Read More>
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