Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases, a unique specialty with both medical and surgical aspects. A dermatologist takes care of diseases, in the widest sense, and some cosmetic problems of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails.
The dermatologist at DHTC specialises in an integrative medical approach, combining the technology of allopathic medicine with the wisdom of traditional medicine and energy healing using advanced tachyon technologies.
Some of the common skin disorders seen include; acne, eczema, psoriasis, food allergies, nail, hair and pigment disorders and so on. Cryotherapy using liquid nitrogen spray is used to treat viral warts and skin tags.
Dr. Upendra Acharya
ABOUT THE SKIN
The skin is the largest organ in the body and it protects us from injury and infections.
- plays an important role in appearance,
- shields us from the effects of lights and heat,
- helps in regulating our body temperatures,
- helps relay information about our environment to the brain,
- stores water, fat and vitamin D
- plays an important role in immune function.
It is a barometer of our state of health and any poor nutritional habit can affect its appearance. It acts as an organ of expression, betraying our inner most feelings of anxiety by sweating, fear by pallor and anger by redness.
The skin changes as we age and everyone’s skin changes differently according to genetics, sun exposure, pollutants, lifestyle choices and so on. It is the sun’s ultra-violet rays (UVA) and (UVB) that are accountable for more skin damage than any other factors. Sun spots, liver spots, epidermal thinning, crow’s feet, fine lines and wrinkles progress with age. A tan no matter how light or deep, is the skin’s response to ultra-violet injury, increasing the chance of premature ageing and skin cancer, which is a growing health problem worldwide.
Sunscreens are the skin’s best friend.