Effective Skin Rash Treatments
A rash is any noticeable change in the color, texture or condition of your skin. Rashes range from mild outbreaks of small bumps to itchy, red blisters, and many variations in between. A rash is commonly from contact dermatitis, your body’s reaction to some substance that stems an irritation. Insect bites can cause rashes, certain skin conditions can develop and present with a rash, or you can be allergic to something and break out in a rash. Some people get a rash from too much stress.
With this many possible causes and more for a skin rash, it takes a skilled and knowledgeable dermatologist to determine the cause for your rash and treatment for relief, if needed. Dr. Susan Spitzler and Dr. Emma Murad, our medical team at Spectrum Dermatology of Atlanta, have extensive experience diagnosing and treating various forms of rashes that occur in our patients.
We have dealt with most every rash that is commonly developed in and around the Atlanta Metro and surrounding rural communities, as well as many skin conditions that include a rash. When you need effective rash treatments, Spectrum Dermatology of Atlanta
is your premier provider.
Professional Diagnosis and Treatment of Numerous Skin Rashes
Skin rashes can be the result of bacterial infection, viruses, medications, allergic reactions, autoimmune diseases and more. Many of the common skin rashes we see and treat at Spectrum Dermatology of Atlanta include:
- Allergic eczema
- Contact dermatitis
- Fifth disease
- Insect bites
- Hand, foot & mouth disease
- Diaper rash
Most cases of a rash present with itching that can range from annoying to debilitating. Dr. Spitzler and Dr. Murad can diagnose the cause of your rash and prescribe treatment to help with any symptoms, as well as eliminating the rash when possible. Some rash conditions are chronic but can be managed so as not to control your life.
If you develop any type of rash that persists for over a week, call or message us online at Spectrum Dermatology of Atlanta for a diagnosis and treatment.