Eliminate psoriasis holistically and enjoy a confidence boost

If you have red scaly patches on your knees, elbows, or scalp,  you may be suffering from psoriasis. This is a common, non-contagious skin complaint that is best resolved holistically. We will look at potential triggers for your condition with a view to not only providing much needed relief, but also to prevent it from coming back.

Psoriasis is often an inherited condition. You may experience it simply as red skin, or it may be itchy too. We will provide creams and other treatments to immediately soothe the skin, but we will also look into identifying factors in your life that may be aggravating your psoriasis. If we can work out in any particular patient what is making the skin red, and then advise them to avoid it, a good improvement can be expected. If we just use creams or other treatments, they will work but, unless the aggravating factors have been removed, the psoriasis will just come back.

Common triggers are sudden changes in temperature, certain foods, hormones, and stress levels. By adopting this holistic approach, we can reduce the need to prescribe immunosuppressive or biological treatments.


  • Detailed history of your skin concern
  • Total skin examination
  • Holistic assessment of your health
  • Diagnosis
  • Discussion of treatment options
  • Personalised treatment plan
  • Treatment
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When you visit us, we’ll be able to identify your skin complaint and prescribe the most appropriate course of treatment.

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Some studies have shown that psoriasis can be caused by environmental factors and genetics. Others indicate that psoriasis originates from a problem with the immune system that causes an over-abundance of skin cells.

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No, it isn’t.

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No. Psoriasis has not been linked to any cancers.

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Creams and light therapy are often prescribed for psoriasis with good results. Stronger medicines may be needed for more severe cases. We will treat each patient holistically to try and find the root cause of their psoriasis. Being in a position to avoid aggravating factors, should help prevent psoriasis, and prevent the need for further psoriasis treatment.

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Psoriasis is commonly aggravated by particular foods, alcohol, stress, hormones, and sudden temperature rises or drops.

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We’ll look into all potential triggers when you visit us for your consultation.

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It really depends on what is triggering your individual case of psoriasis, but for some people oily fish, a warmer climate, and bathing in the sea have known to be helpful.

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