Dr. Howard Steinman, Board-Certified Dermatologist at DermOne Dermatology Centers in Dallas, Texas joins eHealth Radio and the Dermatology, Health News and Skin Care Channels. DermOne is a leading provider of comprehensive dermatology services through a fast-growing network of neighborhood skin care centers.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Howard Steinman discuss the following:
- Just in time for National Tequila Day this Friday, you have an important warning for those who love the sun and margaritas. What is that warning?
- What is phytophotodermatitis and what does it have to do with National Tequila Day?
- Besides staying out of the sun with limes, are there any other preventative measures?
- What is the best treatment for phytophotodermatitis?
- Anything else you would like to add?
Howard Steinman, M.D. is DermOne’s Chief of Mohs and Dermatologic Surgery in Texas, and offices in the DermOne’s Grand Prairie and Irving locations. Dr. Steinman specializes in treating skin cancer. He graduated from Pomona College, magna cum laude with a double major in zoology and sociology and from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He completed residency training at the University of California, San Diego and at St. John’s Hospital for Diseases of the Skin in London – the largest skin hospital in England. His residency at St. John’s was a position awarded to only one resident annually, and it was there that he presented research to the Royal Society of Medicine. Dr. Steinman then performed a one-year fellowship in Mohs Surgery at the University of Illinois in Chicago, where he received training in laser and cosmetic surgery and assisted in research at Northwestern University.
After leaving private practice in California, Dr. Steinman served as Director of Skin Cancer Surgery at Scott & White Clinic in Temple, Texas. He moved to the Dallas area in 2012 and maintains a faculty appointment as an Associate Professor of Dermatology at Texas A&M College of Medicine.
Dr. Steinman has always combined his passion for patient care with teaching and clinical research. He was honored with a Teacher of the Year Award from the University of California, San Diego, has co-authored two widely-read Mohs surgery text books, 12 text book chapters and published over 36 peer reviewed journal articles, with two new manuscripts pending. He co-directs an annual course in Mohs surgery and has frequently lectured in the USA, Europe and Australia.
Texas Monthly Magazine recently contributed to Dr. Steinman’s list of notable achievements by distinguishing him with their annual “Super Doctor” award in their Dec. ’14 issue.