Keep Your Youth Team's Skin In Good Shape While Out On The Field Or Court

As the head coach or administrator of a youth sports team, you of course want to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all of your young athletes. While you might give them some general advice on nutrition or have a doctor or nurse on standby for serious injuries, there's another topic that you should probably talk about with each of your team members and that's how to properly take care of their skin while out on the court, field, or trail. [Read More]

Types Of Surgical Treatment For Skin Cancer

If you have been diagnosed with skin cancer or if you have multiple precancerous lesions on your skin, then your dermatologist can schedule skin cancer treatments for you. Many treatments are surgical ones, and there are some different types that you should know about. Keep reading to learn about a few of them and what they entail. Mohs Treatment A Mohs surgical treatment for skin cancer involves the total and complete removal of the skin cancer lesion. [Read More]

Your Skin Cancer Journey: Why Consider Mohs Surgery

Skin cancer is a common type of cancer that afflicts over three million people every year for basal and squamous types alone. There are several varieties of skin cancer, and some people have more than one type. Treated promptly and efficiently, skin cancer can be eradicated. Mohs surgery is one of the types of treatments used to treat the more common types of skin cancer and may be right for your needs. [Read More]

What Is Plaque Psoriasis And How Is It Treated?

Plaque psoriasis is a skin condition in which the cells of the skin turnover quickly and accumulate, leading to the thick skin and scaling. This skin thickening can feel unsightly, and you may find it embarrassing to show your skin. It can also feel irritating, as it will itch from time to time, and the scales will flake off much like dandruff. Plaque psoriasis can be found on a number of places on the body, including the elbows and other joints, as well as the scalp. [Read More]