Treatment Modalities

Skin Substitution

Helps control wound pain and promotes proper wound healing.

Restoring Blood Flow

Is crucial for proper care in areas showing signs of poor circulation.

Infection Control

A critical element of any wound treatment for effective healing.

Advanced Wound Dressing

Advanced dressings reduce heal times and risk of infections.

AMPUTATION PREVENTION is crucial when treating Foot Ulcers, the most common pathway to amputations. Marin is focused on intercepting the progression to achieve complete healing quickly and restore your quality of life.

EXPERIENCE + TECHNOLOGY = HEALING is using the latest advancements in wound care. The treatment of a slow or non-healing wound starts with making a precise diagnosis. Marin uses an integral approach to wound care to form accurate and effective treatment plans.

Wound Types








Why Marin?

Advanced Wound Care

Marin Advanced Wound Center provides compassionate care for patients with chronic non-healing wounds. We utilize a multidisciplinary team of advanced wound specialists. Our team consists of wound care physicians, podiatric surgeons, vascular surgeons, and certified WOCN nurses. Consultations with plastic surgery, dermatology, and infectious disease are arranged as needed.

Groundbreaking Clinical Studies

Our physicians have saved thousands of limbs over the years through education and research efforts. In 2003, Dr. Alex Reyzelman opened the Center for Clinical Research. CCR partners with a wide range of pharmaceuticals, medi­cal device companies, biotechnology, and contract research organizations to bring education and awareness of the positive benefits of clinical trials to patients, physicians, and the wider healthcare community.

World Renowned Surgical Services

Our doctors perform inpatient surgical procedures at prestigious local hospitals such as UCSF Medical Center, California Pacific Medical Center, Eden Medi­cal Center, Alta Bates Medical Center, Summit Medical Center, San Ramon Regional Medical Center and St. Mary’s Medical Center. We work closely with vascular surgeons in a coordinated effort to prevent amputa­tions. We are affiliated with UCSF Center for Limb Preservation & Diabetic Foot.

Amputation Prevention

Foot ulcers most commonly lead the pathway to amputations. Our team is focused on intercepting the progression and inhibiting the recurrence of the ulcers. The goal of treating a patient with a diabetic foot wound is to achieve complete healing as quickly as possible in order to prevent amputation. We strive to restore the patients quality of life giving them the ability to lead an active, pain free lifestyle.

UCSF Center for Limb Preservation

In 2011 Dr. Reyzelman dedicated time and effort building a Limb Preservation and Wound Care Center at UCSF. He partnered with Dr. Michael Conte MD, a Vascular Surgeon, to help diabetic patients in need of advanced wound care and limb preservation. This multi-disciplinary approach pools the expertise of vascular surgeons, podiatrists, reconstructive microsurgeons, and other specialists to provide integrated, multidisciplinary, care for patients at high risk of foot and leg amputation, particularly diabetic patients.

Your first step towards an active, pain-free lifestyle starts here.