Institute Update: Hyperhidrosis Clinic

12 Jul, 2023 | News, SHI Events

Institute Update: Hyperhidrosis Clinic

Monday 24 July – 7.30pm – 8.30pm AEST (via Zoom)

In this session, Dr Kamal Sandhu will present an overview of the Hyperhidrosis Clinic at the Skin Health Institute.
Excessive sweating, also known as primary hyperhidrosis, affects 1-2% of the population, mainly in the underarms, hands, and feet. The clinic specialises in treatments like iontophoresis and injections, providing a thorough and impartial evaluation of each patient’s condition to determine the most effective treatment option.

Thank you to our event partner AbbVie

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