Erysipelas, characterised as a superficial form of cellulitis, is a potentially harmful bacterial infection that is known to commonly affect the outermost layers of the skin. This is a skin condition that typically presents as bright red, swollen skin that may be blistered or become necrotic in the most severe of cases. Erysipelas can sometimes be referred to as St. Anthony’s fire due to the red, intense rash that is often associated with it. 
Erysipelas can be a topic of insecurity for those suffering from the skin condition, leading many to seek treatment that will help to resolve any issues that they may be experiencing as a result of the skin condition. Dr Camilo Diaz of Birmingham Dermatology Clinic is on hand to help you, offering expert treatment that will help you to achieve clearer looking skin and restore your confidence. 

How is Erysipelas treated? 

As erysipelas is a skin condition that occurs as a result of bacterial infection, most cases can be very easily treated with a round of antibiotics prescribed by our skin care experts. This treatment type usually lasts for around 10-14 days and helps to reduce any symptoms associated with the condition. 
If you are considering undergoing erysipelas treatment in Birmingham but don’t want to wait around to receive the star treatment that you deserve, our team of skin care professionals are available to help. Get in touch with our qualified dermatological surgeons at Birmingham Dermatology Clinic to schedule in your consultation as soon as possible, meaning you won’t be left on the waiting list! 
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For a free consultation, no obligation, directly with Dr Diaz, call 0800 0443917 or follow the link below. 
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