Personalized service where high-tech meets in-touch.
We're a new kind of practice where patients are people, not numbers.
You have access to our medical staff, not a gatekeeper.
Welcome to Medical Dermatology Associates of Chicago! We are board-certified Dermatologists who are serious about taking great care of our patients. We strive to create a personal experience for each and every patient, and we care about doing it right. From checking moles and other skin lesions to managing the most severe skin conditions, our expertise is totally focused on skin health for children and adults.
Mary Poppins sang that a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, and it turns out to be a hypothesis backed by both good music and good science. Studies show that a bit of sucrose — as well as distractions, ice, topical anesthetics, pleasant aromas, or vibrations — help reduce pain and calm pa...
A regimen colloquially known as eczema boot camp is gaining increasing attention among dermatologists, as evidence builds that the multifaceted treatment plan offers help for the most severe cases of atopic dermatitis.
Whether you call them gingers, the devil’s spawn or just-plain sexy, be sure to call redheads out of the sun because along with their fiery tresses comes a powerful propensity to develop melanoma, a particularly deadly form of skin cancer.
Complementary and alternative interventions are becoming increasingly utilized as adjuncts to conventional treatment of atopic dermatitis (AD). While the number of studies continues to grow, the vastness of the subject coupled with the relatively poor quality and small size of the studies limit thei...
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There is ample metered street parking on Erie, Sedgwick and Huron. There are also 4 public city lots within a three block radius.
We are about 3 blocks from the Chicago-Franklin Brown/Purple Line stop and just a little farther from the Grand Red Line stop. The #65 bus along Grand Avenue at the Orleans stop puts you just 2 blocks away.