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Our nurses are familiar with skin diseases and perform procedures, give advice on care at home, and assess the need for care. You can make an appointment for the freezing of warts (cryotherapy) and the iontophoresis treatment of excessive sweating without a referral. Phototherapy is the only procedure for which a doctor’s referral is required.

Our nurses also handle laboratory tests. If, for example, you suspect you have an STD or an allergy, you can book a time directly to have the necessary lab tests taken. You do not need a referral.

Our nurses specialising in skin diseases treat warts on the hands and feet with liquid nitrogen freezing, also known as cryotherapy.
Narrow-band UVB phototherapy is used to treat conditions such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis and itching. This treatment requires a doctor's referral.
Iontophoresis is a serial treatment for excessive sweating of the hands and feet. The treatment is based on a weak electric current applied to the sweat glands.
Podiatrists treat various nail alterations, ingrown nails, and warts, sores and calluses on the feet.

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