|Description||The Center for hyperhidrosis at Columbia University was established in the early 1990s, and has been a leader in the field hyperhidrosis treating thousands of patients over the years.
Our commitment to this disorder is evident in our team approach to hyperhidrosis. We ensure that patients are fully assessed to exclude secondary causes of hyperhidrosis, and have access to all possible medical therapies. We strongly believe that all medical therapies should be tried, before considering surgical approaches.
There are many non-surgical alternatives to treat patients with hyperhidrosis. At the Center for Hyperhidrosis at Columbia University Medical Center, a team approach is used to evaluate and treat all patients with hyperhidrosis in New York and beyond. Under the guidance of a board certified dermatologist, a trial of topical remedies may be recommended if they have not yet been tried.
161 Fort Washington Ave
New York City
United States of America
|168 Street Station (A, C)|
|Nearest bus stop||Ft Washington Av/W 168 St (M4)|
|Listing Views||50 listing views.|
|Submission Date||31/05/19 (Edited 07/06/19)|