One of the most common skin diseases is neurodermatitis. About 3 to 4% of all children suffer from neurodermatitis. A changing, very different looking, itchy skin rash, a so-called eczema, is typical of neurodermatitis. Eczema are reddened, scaly, sometimes weeping or inflamed changes in the skin. They typically appear in the crook of the elbow or behind the knee, in the neck, neck or face. Neurodermatitis patients often have dry skin and brittle hair.
How can you treat neurodermatitis?
In addition to intensive patient care, we offer the complete spectrum of external and internal therapy (e.g. ciclosporin A). In addition, special light irradiation can lead to an improvement in the disease.