Clinique Dermatologique Pédiatrique de Prague
Dr Michaels and treatment of psoriasis in
During March–June this year we conducted
a verification test using Dr Michaels psoriasis
treatment in child patients. We selected
a group of 6 children between 7 to 16 years
of age, with extensive psoriasis on the trunk,
limbs and scalp. Two children had an acute
form combined with a chronically stationary
form, four children has a chronically stationary
form. The duration of disease was from
six months to six years. Already after one
week of using Dr Michaels products we could
see improvement in the scalp area; all children
were clear of symptoms within 4 weeks.
On the body areas improvement was noticeable
after 2 weeks, 3 children were clear of
symptoms totally within 6 weeks from starting
the treatment, 2 girls improved significantly,
but psoriasis residues persisted on the palms
and soles. Only our youngest patient with
a very large acute form of the disease first
started with irritation, redness and rhagades
(mainly on the hands and feet), then the
scalp healed. There was no improvement in
the affected body areas. All children were
at the beginning treated with standard local
treatment: corticosteroids, vitamin D3 derivatives,
tar, ichthyol and emollients. Dr Michaels
products seem to be a very effective and safe
alternative to conventional therapies in children.
With the exception of one patient we
experienced a much earlier improvement during
treatment, and the remission period lasted
longer than with other procedures.
We were mostly surprised by the rapid effect in the
scalp area, since this is the most difficult area
to treat using conventional treatment methods.
We recommend Dr Michaels products for all
our child patients with a chronic stationary
form of psoriasis.
September 16, 2009
Medical Faculty Hospital Motol
MD Stepanka Capkova
Clinique Dermatologique de Kralov
at the Hradec Kralove Medical Faculty
Hospital, in our Department of Dermatology
and Venereology, we had the opportunity
to try Dr Michaels products (gel, cream and
oil) for the treatment of plaque psoriasis in
6 of our patients. Out of these 6 patients,
4 of them responded to this treatment very
well (1 fully healed, 1 improved by 75 %, 2
improved by 50 %). Two patients worsened
- however, with one person this was probably
not associated with Dr Michaels products, the
second person had a tar allergy (Dr Michaels
gel contains tar).
All patients evaluated Dr Michaels cream very positively.
Result: DrMichaels product can be recommended for
the treatment of local plaque psoriasis.
September 22, 2008
Hradec Kralove Medical Faculty Hospital
Department of Dermatology and Venereology
MD Karel Ettler