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Expert Treatment for Eczema

Are you suffering from eczema?

It is estimated that over 30 million Americans have some form of eczema, a non-contagious skin disease that usually develops early in life.  Many people try to treat eczema on their own by avoiding what they believe is causing it. The truth is, no one thing can control or eliminate eczema completely. That’s why it’s important to follow a treatment plan laid out for you by one of our qualified dermatologists.

There is no definitive known cause for eczema; researchers are still studying the disease, its symptoms and why and how it develops. Studies have found that eczema usually runs in the family and, while certain foods do not cause it, allergies to food can make it worse.

Treatment plans for controlling eczema vary from person to person, but there are a number of options your dermatologist might recommend. Various topical therapies, such as topical steroids, calcineurin inhibitors and photodiesterase inhibitors could be prescribed to be applied to the skin to reduce inflammation, while an antibiotic could help heal an infection caused by a secondary bacterial infection. More aggressive approaches include phototherapy and systemic immunomodulatory agents.

Why wait? Since eczema tends to come and go without warning, it can be hard to treat, but there are options. Book an appointment with our specialists today to find out how we can help – we accept most major health insurance plans as well as Medicare. Ask about same day appointment availability.

Sona-Medspa-may-2018.0323

Expert Treatment for Eczema

Are you suffering from eczema?

It is estimated that over 30 million Americans have some form of eczema, a non-contagious skin disease that usually develops early in life.  Many people try to treat eczema on their own by avoiding what they believe is causing it. The truth is, no one thing can control or eliminate eczema completely. That’s why it’s important to follow a treatment plan laid out for you by one of our qualified dermatologists.

There is no definitive known cause for eczema; researchers are still studying the disease, its symptoms and why and how it develops. Studies have found that eczema usually runs in the family and, while certain foods do not cause it, allergies to food can make it worse.

Treatment plans for controlling eczema vary from person to person, but there are a number of options your dermatologist might recommend. Various topical therapies, such as topical steroids, calcineurin inhibitors and photodiesterase inhibitors could be prescribed to be applied to the skin to reduce inflammation, while an antibiotic could help heal an infection caused by a secondary bacterial infection. More aggressive approaches include phototherapy and systemic immunomodulatory agents.

Why wait? Since eczema tends to come and go without warning, it can be hard to treat, but there are options. Book an appointment with our specialists today to find out how we can help – we accept most major health insurance plans as well as Medicare. Ask about same day appointment availability.

Meet Our Dermatologists

Meet Our Dermatologists

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Dr. Ronea Chambers - Ballantyne Location

Ronea Chambers, M.D. is a board-certified dermatologist. She received her medical degree from the University of South Florida College of Medicine. She completed her internship in internal medicine while serving in the U.S. Air Force at Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base, in the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium. After completion of dermatology residency training at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., Dr. Chambers continued her military service as Chief of the Dermatology Element at Andrews Air Force Base, MD.

She has several articles published, has been featured in many publications/media and has traveled nationally for lecturing engagements. Throughout her career, she has continued to mentor and/or train resident physicians, medical and physician assistant students. The prevention and treatment of skin cancers are of particular interest to her. “My goal for each patient is to help them achieve their healthiest skin possible. It’s rewarding to use my creativity and skill to educate, equip and empower my patients so that we attain this goal together.”  

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Dr. Ronea Chambers - Ballantyne Location

Ronea Chambers, M.D. is a board-certified dermatologist. She received her medical degree from the University of South Florida College of Medicine. She completed her internship in internal medicine while serving in the U.S. Air Force at Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base, in the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium. After completion of dermatology residency training at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., Dr. Chambers continued her military service as Chief of the Dermatology Element at Andrews Air Force Base, MD.

She has several articles published, has been featured in many publications/media and has traveled nationally for lecturing engagements. Throughout her career, she has continued to mentor and/or train resident physicians, medical and physician assistant students. The prevention and treatment of skin cancers are of particular interest to her. “My goal for each patient is to help them achieve their healthiest skin possible. It’s rewarding to use my creativity and skill to educate, equip and empower my patients so that we attain this goal together.” 
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