A. What is Telemedicine?
The practice of dermatology using patient photograph and relevant clinical
data from a distance is called teledermatology. A teledermatology practice
(TP) provides teleconsultation as well tele-education.
The aim of TP is to reach the unreached for dermatology care in remote
geographic regions. It includes transfer of dermatology consultation,
diagnosis, treatment, and education. It reduces travel, waiting time,
treatment costs, minimizes follow-up visits and delivers specialty
healthcare services to various geographic regions lacking dermatology care
B. What areas of subspeciality do you have?
Telemedicine Providers has subspecialists in all areas of dermatology,
including- paediatric dermatology (skin problem in infants, childhood and
adolescence), trichology (hair related problems), venereology (for sexually
transmitted diseases), women dermatology (for skin problems related to
pregnancy and menopause) and sports dermatology (for skin problems
due to sea/fresh water sports, sports on surface , amputation and artificial
limb related skin problems), podiatric dermatology (for problems on lower
limbs), and leprosy.