We offer treatment for the following skin conditions, among others:


A bacterial infection of the skin and tissues beneath it. Symptoms of this infection can include redness of the skin, pain, swelling and warmth. It can be treated with antibiotics. If not treated, the infection may spread and become life threatening.

Age Spots

Appear as flat spots, typically the color of brown or black. These are commonly seen on areas of the skin that have prolonged sun exposure, including the hands, arms, and face. Discuss with your doctor ways to remedy.


Nodules below the skin that fill up with skin contents. They are noncancerous and painless (unless infected). Cortisone shots or surgical removal may help. Discuss with your physician to determine if treatment is needed.


Itchy, dry, and red skin that develops due to inflammation that can occur anywhere on the body. It can be treated through topical medications.


The building up of skin cells, which causes a scaly rash to develop. The rash can be itchy and irritated and can look like small bumps or large plaques. Topical medications, phototherapy or systemic medications can be used for treatment.


They can be rough, raised, or flat, often appearing as a brown or discolored spot on the skin. If a mole is suspicious your doctor will biopsy it.

Fungal Infections

Sometimes involve the skin or nails. The skin can become red, irritated, itchy, or scaly. Antifungal treatment can be given through topical medications or oral therapy.


Also known as ingrown hairs. White-headed pimples may develop around the hair follicles, becoming itchy or painful in some cases, and even leading to scarring. Antibiotics or prescribed medications may be necessary.


There are several different types. Can appear as redness of the cheeks or even pimples. It can be treated with topical medications or oral therapy.


Areas of fibrous tissue that develop after skin has been damaged. Can occur from acne, injury, or similar issues. Topical medications or injections can be used to help improve appearance.


Caused through a reactivation of chickenpox, shingles results in a painful rash to develop on the skin. The rash may appear as a stripe of blisters and can cause dull or sharp pain. Antiviral medications are likely necessary to treat this infection.

Skin cancer

When skin cells grow abnormally, cancer can develop. Most common around sun-exposed areas such as the face, ears, chest, arms, and legs.

Sun-damaged skin

Due to an overexposure to UV rays, the skin becomes dry, sunburnt, or can develop actinic keratosis (pre-cancers). This can result in scaly patches, tiny, rough bumps, or other damage. Chemical treatment or removal may be necessary.

Actinic keratosis

This is a pre-cancer. There is an increased risk of development into squama cell carcinoma. Treated with cryotherapy, topical medications or blue light therapy.


Small bumps that develop due to human papillomavirus. The hands and feet are commonly affected. Options for treatment include topical medications, cryotherapy and surgical removal.


Disease of the skin that causes red, irritated bumps to develop due to the oil glands in hair follicles. It can also cause pustules, blackheads, whiteheads, or even boils. Treatment can be done through topical medications, and other oral therapies.