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Rash Treatment in Birmingham & Alabaster, AL

Rash Treatment in Birmingham, AL

Rash is a generic term for any inflamed condition in the skin, such as eczema, hives and poison ivy. Rash treatment begins with an accurate diagnosis. Dermatologists of Birmingham offers diagnostic services for skin conditions and rashes in children, adolescents and adults who live in in Birmingham, Alabaster and surrounding areas in Alabama.

What is a Rash?

A rash is a generic term for any inflammation of the skin such as eczema, psoriasis, hives, poison ivy and rosacea. While certain types of rashes are common, there are many other types that you may never have heard of. Our board certified dermatologists are trained to diagnose your rash accurately in order to offer the best treatment.

Benefits of Rash Treatment

Since many rashes cause symptoms such as pain or itching, and since many rashes are unsightly, treatment can alleviate these problems and concerns.

How Do I Know If I Have a Rash?

Any areas of the skin that becomes inflamed with symptoms could be a rash for which our dermatologists can help with accurate diagnosis.

What to Expect from Rash Treatment

Rash treatment begins with an accurate diagnosis. Your dermatologist will base treatment recommendations on the diagnosis and any testing done. Many different treatments including prescriptions are available for most rashes.

How Much Does Rash Treatment Cost in Birmingham?

Diagnosis and treatment of rashes is usually covered by medical insurance. For costs that are your responsibility, we accept payment by cash, checks, major credit cards and financing.

A rash is a general term that requires evaluation for an accurate diagnosis. Our dermatologists are trained and experienced with these conditions. If you have a rash, contact us today to schedule your personal consultation.

*Individual results may vary. The content on this website is for informational purposes only and does not replace the advice of a qualified physician.