Beebe Healthcare welcomed podiatrist Sandeep Khehra to Beebe Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine, located at Beebe’s Rehoboth Beach Health Campus, 18947 John J. Williams Highway, Suite 210, in the Medical Arts Building.

Khehra is working with patients who have ongoing wound issues. She has a special interest in diabetic foot wounds, which can often be the hardest to heal.

“I am excited to work with the team here at Beebe Wound Healing because there are many innovative treatments that we are using now to better heal injuries,” said Khehra.

Some of the ways include:

— Hyperbaric oxygen therapy: The increased levels of oxygen in a hyperbaric chamber help improve wound healing when the standard of care has failed.

— New fish skin grafts: Beebe Wound Healing is now using codfish grafts, which closely resemble human skin, sourced from the chilly waters of the Atlantic. The sterilized grafts are applied to wounds and have been shown to better heal damaged human tissue. These grafts, along with many other types of cellular tissue are applied in the office at Beebe Wound Healing.

— SonicOne ultrasound debridement is used in the office to help remove damaged tissue from wounds. The machine allows Beebe Wound Healing to be highly selective of the tissue to remove while reducing blood loss and minimizing pain for the patient.

— Beebe Wound Healing utilizes BARA-MED hyperbaric oxygen chambers, recently adding a third chamber to provide services for a growing number of patients.

Khehra grew up in California and attended the University of California at Berkeley for her undergraduate degree in integrative biology. Following undergrad, she moved to Philadelphia where she earned her doctorate in podiatric medicine at Temple University.

She went on to complete a three-year residency at Crozer Chester Medical Center where she discovered her passion for wound care and healing.

After completing her residency, she and her husband, podiatrist Allen Mirzaei, moved to Sussex County.

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