Samantha Hill, MD
|Central Austin:||Monday - Friday|
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|American Board of Pediatrics Elgible||2006|
|American Board of Dermatology||2009|
|Undergraduate:||University of Wisconsin, Madison||1999|
|Medical Education:||Medical College of Wisconsin||2003|
|Internship:||Nationwide Children's Hospital||2004|
|Residency:||Nationwide Children's Hospital||2006|
|Dermatology Residency:||Saint Louis University||2009|
|Fellowship:||Medical College of Wisconsin||2010|
hyperhidrosis, dermatologic surgery and mole removal, adolescent dermatology, general pediatric dermatology.
Excessive sweating, also known as Hyperhidrosis, is embarrassing, uncomfortable, and can be disabling and isolating. It often disrupts all aspects of a patient's life, from career choices and social activities to relationships, emotional well-being, and self-image. The isolation has an especially profound effect on children and adolescents living with hyperhidrosis. Growing up within the confinement of this socially ostracizing disease can be detrimental to a child’s development and sense of self.
For these reasons, a specialty Hyperhidrosis Clinic has been developed by ‘Specially for Children’s Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology Clinic. The clinic is unique in that it is one of very few pediatric hyperhidrosis clinics in the United States. Treatment plans are individualized and may include topical antiperspirants, tap water iontophoresis, botulinum toxin injections, and oral anticholinergic medications. Everyday strategies for coping with excessive sweating are also emphasized. Hyperhidrosis clinic is located at ‘Specially for Children, Central Austin location. Both pediatric and adult patients are welcome.
Call (512) 628-1920 to schedule.