Skin Disorders
Classification of skin disorders can be confusing because of overlapping terminology. The common lay term "rash" is loosely used to signify any number of skin disorders characterized by itchy, red, irritated skin eruptions, including dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, and urticaria (hives). Other common skin problems include acne, keratosis (hardening of the skin), canker sores, premature aging, and dryness.

The largest organ in the human body, skin serves as the crucial mediator between the inner body and the external environment and reflects the status of the body's internal health. Although surface irritants can be the source of skin problems, many skin conditions are actually systemic in origin, and thus may be effectively treated by correcting physiological imbalances within the body.

The following GSDL assessments pinpoint dysfunctions that can trigger a wide range of skin disorders. For more information click on link below:

Skin Disorders and Allergies: One of the most common causes of dermatitis and eczema is sensitivity to food and/or environmental allergens.

Skin Disorders and Fatty Acids: Dry, itchy, scaly skin is a hallmark sign of essential fatty acid deficiency.

Skin Disorders and Gastrointestinal Dysbiosis: Many skin problems have been linked with imbalances in the gastrointestinal mucosa.

Skin Disorders and Elements: Nutritional imbalances are often first signaled by skin problems.

Skin Disorders (Aging) and Estrogen: Maintaining optimal levels of estrogen can improve improve dryness, wrinkling, fading and other symptoms of skin aging in women.

Teresa Rispoli has her Ph.D. in Nutrition, is a licensed Acupuncturist and clinical researcher. She has been in practice for well over 25 years. It is through her clinical practice that she has gained insights into chronic health conditions. If you are suffering from unexplained symptoms that come and go you owe it to yourself to find out why. Find out today call for a Nutritional Consultation with Dr. Rispoli.

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We also offer Functional Laboratory tests that can be done through the mail in the privacy of your home to help determine why you are having these symptoms. For more information on these click on lab tests.