Eczema is an irritating skin condition that results in rashes that can be dry and itchy. It is caused by a swelling of underlying skin cells. The vast majority of patients can be treated with topicals. For those patients for whom topicals are less effective, there have been a dramatic number of new systemic medications that have been approved over the past five years.
After working with his patients to find the proper treatment plan, Dr. Rosenbach and his staff are well versed in training patients on how to properly apply the prescribed treatment. For the vast majority of patients with stubborn eczema, correcting the application technique is the difference maker that leads to improvement.
At a Glance
Dr. Alan Rosenbach
- Board-certified and fellowship-trained dermatologist
- Clinical associate professor at the Keck School of Medicine of USC
- Reseacher, published author, lecturer
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