MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

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Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

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Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

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Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

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Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

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Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY SERVICES

Our board certified medical dermatology physicians are knowledgeable in all aspects of the skin and aim to give caring and compassionate attention to every patient. Acne, rosacea, psoriasis, warts, mole checks and skin cancer screenings represent a small scope of the wide range of conditions that we treat. Your health is important to us, and you can feel confident knowing that you will be cared for by an expert.

At Associated Skin Care Specialists, our board certified physicians are highly trained to manage skin of all ages.

Meet Our Medical Dermatologists

Medical

MD, PhD, FAAD

 

Bart T Endrizzi
MD, PhD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Jeffrey M Freed
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MHA, FAAD

 

Holly C Hanson
MD, MHA, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Susan M Humphreys
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Kempers
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Bailey Lee
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

J Daniel Mischke
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Ann M Norland
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Soheil Y Pakzad
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MS, FAAD

 

Scott Prawer
MD, MS, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, FAAD

 

Steven E Prawer
MD, FAAD

× Close

Medical

MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

 

Roger H Weenig
MD, MPH, FAAD, FASDP

× Close

Common Diseases we Treat

Acne and Rosacea

Benign Bumps and Growth

Color Problems in Your Skin

Contagious Skin Diseases 

Dry/Sweaty Skin

Eczema/Dermatitis

Hair and Scalp Problems

Itchy Skin

Rashes

Skin Cancer

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy Excimer 308nm Laser Photodynamic Therapy Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser

Excimer 308nm Laser

The excimer 308nm laser is a safe, non-invasive treatment used in photosensitive diseases such as psoriasis, vitiligo, and eczema. It is similar to phototherapy with narrowband UVB (see above), however, the specific wavelength of light is delivered in a hand held device that enables treatment of areas such as the scalp. It is especially effective for localized psoriasis that has been resistant to topical therapies.

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses special topical medications, called photosensitizing agents, along with specific wavelengths of light to target and destroy certain types of cells that may be causing harm to your skin. This treatment is used for conditions such as actinic keratosis (pre-skin cancers), superficial skin cancers, acne, and skin rejuvenation . It is an in-office procedure that is performed by our board certified dermatologists. The medication is applied to the skin and left to incubate for an amount of time determined by your treating physician. After an appropriate period, the area of skin being treated is exposed to a special light that then activates the medication and allows it to treat the specified area. Patients receiving this treatment must avoid sun for several days following the procedure. Ask your dermatologist for more information.

Close

Common Diseases we Treat

 

We also provide in-office surgery for conditions such as cysts, moles, and skin cancer. To learn more about common skin conditions and the health of your skin, visit http://www.aad.org/public 

 

*Content from the American Academy of Dermatology

Medical Treatments Offered

Phototherapy

Phototherapy

Narrowband UVB or phototherapy is a non-invasive treatment using safe, specific wavelengths of light to treat conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo, eczema and other photosensitive disorders. Treatments are especially effective for widespread disease and in patients who wish to avoid or are unable to take medications for their conditions. These are fast and effective treatments done in-office.

Excimer 308nm Laser
Photodynamic Therapy