From small areas of dry, itchy inflamed skin to widespread weeping, crusted sore patches that easily become infected -eczema (or Atopic Eczema) is one of the most common skin conditions affecting up to 20% of children and lasting into adulthood in some. Our Dermatologists are experts in helping you to manage this condition taking into account not only medications and treatments, but also lifestyle measures.


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Psoriasis is a common skin problem affecting about 2% of the population. Some people are more likely to develop psoriasis than others, particularly if there is someone else in their family who has psoriasis: in other words, it is a genetic or hereditary disease. However, the trigger for psoriasis to appear is often an outside event, such as a throat infection, stress or an injury to the skin. Although there isn’t a cure for psoriasis, there are lots of treatments to help relieve your symptoms and our Dermatologist are able to provide the most up-to-date advice and management available.


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