Dr. med. Oliver Barsom is Senior Medical Consultant with specialisation in dermatology / venereology/ allergology/ lasertherapy/ environmental medicine in Baden-Baden, Germany - Europe’s leading top health & spa destination.
Being an expert in the field of dermatological Lasertherapy and Cosmetology and he has a thorough knowledge of treatments and medications for hairloss and scalp problems.
Trained in England, Germany and USA after completing his medical degree in Budapest, Hungary, dermatologist Dr. Oliver Barsom has had residencyship in the Departments of Dermatology in Heilbronn and then Nuernberg, Germany.
Dr. Oliver Barsom has run various studies within his practice for psoriasis, chronic veinous insufficiency, and has observed the efficiency of treatments aimed at fighting hairloss. Dr. Barsom is recommending the HairMax LaserComb to his patients who fit in the best efficiency profile (androgenetic alopecia with Norwood-Hamilton Classifications of IIa to V and Fitzpatrick Skin Types I to IV), using it in combination with minoxidil or not. The regular use of the HairMax LaserComb adds to the effectiveness of such hairloss medication courses.
Dr. Barsom is a member of the Deutsche Dermatologisc
he Akademie (DDA). Every year, he takes part to key dermatology congresses in Germany and Europe, such as the DDG congresses (Deutsche Dermatologische Gesellschaft).
Dr. Oliver Barsom published several medical articles on acne treatment, cryosurgery and lasertherapy. His latest medical article focused on “Increased hairgrowth after application of a softlaser on patients with androgenetic alopecia” and was published in German dermatology publication “Kosmetische Medizin” (1/2008). Dr. Barsom has also taken part to German TV programme “Planet-Wissen” (SWR III, Baden TV) in May 2008, as a medical expert on sun damage and borreliose.
Dr. Oliver Barsom is a speaker at the 2008 European Society for Cos
metic & Aesthetic Dermatology (ESCAD) Meeting linked to the EADV Congress, on the topic of softlaser treatment of androgenetic alopecia.
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