RASHES: TREATMENT FOR SKIN RASHES
Some rashes can seemingly appear overnight while others develop slowly and cause significant discomfort or distress. Whether they are triggered by an allergic reaction or an underlying health condition, it’s important to see an experienced dermatologist when rashes appear anywhere on the body. Persistent rashes that become increasingly uncomfortable are even more of a concern because these might be a sign of a more serious health condition or skin disorder.
Seeing a board-certified dermatologist can help you get relief from the itching and discomfort rashes cause and identify the problem. Rashes are defined as any type of inflammation or discoloration to the skin that distorts the skin’s normal appearance. They can be caused by a fungal, bacterial, viral, or parasitic infection and can spread quickly.
Types of rashes that might require seeing a dermatologist include:
- Seborrheic Dermatitis
- Contact Dermatitis
- Poison Ivy
- Athlete’s Foot
- Diaper Rash
- Heat Rash
We can diagnose and treat all types of rashes at our practice and serves patients in the Metro East Illinois St. Louis area. Our Board certified dermatologist who has completed advanced training in the field of skin disorders. We will put together an individualized treatment plan based on your symptoms and medical history to help clear up the rash and determine the root cause.
CONTACT METRO EAST DERMATOLOGY & SKIN CANCER CENTER
Dr. Jamie L. McGinness is a Board certified dermatologist and the only Fellowship-trained Mohs surgeon in the Metro East Illinois St. Louis area. We work hard to ensure patients receive personalized care every step of the way. Our staff has completed advanced training and education to be able to accurately diagnose rashes and other skin conditions affecting patients of all ages. If necessary, we will work with your family doctor to address any medical issues and your health history that might be contributing to skin problems.
If you need treatment for any type of rash, contact us today for your consultation.