Hyperhidrosisis a common and often embarrassing problem. Patients will be assessed by a dermatologist and an appropriate form of treatment will be recommended.

The Foundation offers a range of therapies, including topicals (Driclor and glycopyrrolate), Iontophoresis, Botox and oral medication. 

The following Dermatologists are accredited by Medicare to administer Botulinium Toxoid Type A for 'Primary Axillary Hyperhidrosis' that is resistant to topical therapy, thus making this treatment much more affordable for eligible patients.

To make an appointment please contact:

Dr Sarvjit Sohal (nee Virdi)

Dr. Sarvjit Kaur Virdi completed her graduation in medical school in 1996 and Post graduate studies, M.D in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology in 2000 from Punjab, India.

Dr Kavita Enjeti

Dr Kavita Enjeti currently works at the Skin & Cancer Foundation Australia at Westmead providing a general dermatology clinic as well as a refugee skin clinic one day a month.

Dr Elizabeth Willsteed

Dr Elizabeth Willsteed graduated from Sydney University and trained in Dermatology at Repatriation General Hospital, Concord. She undertook post graduate research at St John’s Hospital for…

Dr Hanna Kuchel

Dr Hanna Kuchel is a Dermatologist with over ten years of clinical experience in the field. She graduated in medicine from The University of Sydney with Honours.

Dr Nina Wines

Dr Nina Wines is a dermatologist who aims to provide high quality and expert dermatological care in an approachable and individualised fashion. 

She has a special interest in general…

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