Excessive sweating, beyond what is needed to control body temperature, is called hyperhidrosis and affects nearly 3 percent of the population. Most commonly, this excessive sweating occurs in the underarms, hands, feet, forehead or groin. Hyperhidrosis can have a profound impact on daily life, making even simple tasks and interactions difficult.
Fortunately, there are options for treating excessive sweating. Dee Anna Glaser, M.D., and the team of professionals in SLUCare's Hyperhidrosis Clinic provide a thorough evaluation and discussion of treatments that are best for your type of sweating disorder.
SLUCare's hyperhidrosis treatment team includes our clinical research physicians, as well as Rosemary King, PA-C, Jane Romano, R.N., and Carla Hendrickson, R.M.A. and Jayne Donner, R.M.A., who are iontophoresis technicians. Treatments available at the SLUCare Hyperhidrosis Clinic include:
In addition, Dr. Glaser has focused on improving the understanding and treatment of sweating disorders, and regularly offers patients the option of participation in the latest hyperhidrosis clinical trials. A world-renowned expert in the treatment of hyperhidrosis, Dr. Glaser is the principal investigator of dozens of groundbreaking studies evaluating treatments for excessive sweating.
To make an appointment with Dr. Glaser in the Hyperhidrosis Clinic, call (314) 977-9666. Please print and fill out the new patient hyperhidrosis history form prior to your first appointment.
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