Dr. Peter Katz a Board Certified Dermatologist at Dermatology Associates of Wisconsin who is knowledgeable in the latest treatment protocols for skin diseases and condition joins eHealth Radio and the Cancer Prevention, Dermatology and Skin Care Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Peter Katz discuss the following:
- How did you get started in the field of medicine and what made you choose dermatology?
- What differentiates Dermatology Associates of Wisconsin from other dermatology practices in the region?
- It is Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection Month. Can you provide some tips that our listeners can do to better prepare themselves for the summer months ahead and not be a candidate for skin cancer?
- If you stayed out in the sun too long as a child, can you reverse the damage that has already been done?
- I read that Melanoma is the worst kind of skin cancer. What causes it and is there any way to detect it?
- For our dads that are listening, with Father’s Day coming up do you have any special advice for those dads concerned with their overall skin health?
- Does your practice accept insurance?
Dr. Katz is a Board Certified Dermatologist at Dermatology Associates of Wisconsin who is knowledgeable in the latest treatment protocols for skin diseases and conditions. He specifically works at the Appleton and New London, Wisconsin offices.
His professional areas of interest include early skin cancer detection and treatments of rosacea, eczema and atopic dermatitis, acne, psoriasis, vitiligo, warts, molluscum, skin allergies, rashes, dermatologic surgery for skin cancer and problematic growths, surgical treatment of rhinophyma and laser tattoo removal.
Dr. Katz has received numerous awards including: Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, MCW Honors in Medical research, MCW Merck Award for outstanding achievement in medical academics, MCW Brooker Award for outstanding achievement in pharmacology, University of Iowa Dermatology Chief Resident, NCAA Football div III 1st team Academic All-American and Wisconsin Intercollegiate Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year.