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Finally, a solution for upper arms!

CoolSculpting is the only non-invasive fat removal technology cleared by the FDA to treat upper arms.

Schedule a complimentary assessment today and receive a treatment plan customized to your specific goals.

Call our Skin & MediSpa supervisor Alicia at (651) 209-3652

What is an allergic skin reaction?

Dear Doctor: My skin is red and itchy. How do I know if I am having an allergic skin reaction?

An allergic skin reaction is a common skin rash that occurs when your skin comes into contact with a substance you have an allergy to. It is often called “allergic contact skin dermatitis.” There are other types of allergies, namely those from things you eat (peanuts, for example) or breathe in (pollen and seasonal allergies).

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Early detection of prostate cancer is a matter of life and death

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers to affect men. In the U.S. this year over 160,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and over 26,000 men will die from prostate cancer.

African American men are 65 percent more likely than Caucasian men to be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetimes. Additionally, African American men are 2½ times more likely to die from prostate cancer than Caucasian men. Continue reading Early detection of prostate cancer is a matter of life and death

Front Desk Receptionist – Now Hiring

Crutchfield Dermatology is looking for a dedicated and highly motivated full-time Front Desk Receptionist. Individuals must have a positive attitude, offer excellent customer service, be detail-oriented, and have the ability to manage a high paced work environment. Responsibilities include answering phones, scheduling and confirming appointments, maintaining patient charts, verifying insurance eligibility, collecting payments, overseeing the front desk check in/out process and completing other various duties. Candidates must be available for any and all clinic hours (6:30am-7pm).

If interested, please email your resume and references to

Doctors may have discovered a new human organ

In a recent study published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers at the New York University School of Medicine have come across what some have boldly called a “new human organ.” Scientists call this potential new organ the “interstitium.” In fact, this discovery involves tissue that may account for 20 percent of our total body weight, making this possible organ the largest in the body; even more substantial than our skin, the current title-holder as the largest organ of the human body. Continue reading Doctors may have discovered a new human organ