Medical Skin Problems
Eczema, psoriasis, acne, rosacea and fungal infection are common skin problems. They can vary from being a minor nuisance to a severe problem that profoundly impacts quality of life. Some skin problems can be a sign of a more widespread disease.
Why see a Dermatologist to manage these problems?
Dermatologists are the only medical specialists with specific training to manage eczema, psoriasis, acne and the many other less common problems. I can offer expert diagnosis and you will get a full range of treatment options explained in terms that you can understand. I have 20 years experience as a consultant dermatologist
Acne affects most of us from teenage years and sometimes into adult life. As a dermatologist, I understand the impact acne can have and can offer a full range of effective treatments.
Eczema or dermatitis affects 1:5 people at some time in their lives. It may be an ongoing chronic problem. There are many different types and combinations of eczema. I will help by diagnosing and defining the factors and offer you a treatment plan to stay on top of this troublesome and common problem, including UVB light phototherapy, a great option for severe widespread eczema, avoiding systemic drugs.
Affecting up to 4% of the population, psoriasis can cause great distress and may be associated with other health problems. Every case is different. I have 20 years of experience and will offer friendly expert assessment and provide a full range of treatment options and personalised plan including external topical agents, systemic medications including the exciting new targeted biologic agents as well as Narrowband UVB light therapy.
Pruritus is the medical term for itching. This can have many causes and range from a minor nuisance to a profound problems with a huge impact om quality of life. A dermatologist is the specialist trained to diagnose and treat pruritus. I offer UVB light therapy, one of the best approaches for this difficult condition