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Skin Conditions Specialist

MUST Clinic

Primary Care Physician & Women's Health Specialist located in Greensboro, NC

Skin conditions like rosacea, acne, eczema, and hair loss can all make you look and feel far less than your best. Based in Kernersville, North Carolina, MUST Clinic is a mobile clinic located throughout the Piedmont Triad area. Zoe Stallings, MD, offers diagnosis, management, and treatment of all types of skin conditions. Clear your skin and boost both your appearance and your outlook by calling the clinic or scheduling an appointment online.

Skin Conditions Q&A

What are the most common skin conditions?

There are more than 3,000 distinct skin conditions, each with its own unique symptoms and problems. Three of the most common skin conditions today include: 


Acne causes a variety of skin lesion types, including blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, nodules, and cysts. It can occur anywhere on your face, neck, back, chest, or other parts of your body. Although it’s most common in teens, acne also occurs in many adults. 


Rosacea looks a lot like acne but is usually most prominent in the cheek and nose areas. In most cases, rosacea happens in flare-ups that can last for days, weeks, or months before vanishing. It eventually returns, usually due to rosacea triggers, such as heat, stress, and alcohol. 


Eczema is a family of skin conditions that typically cause inflamed, itchy, and bumpy skin. Severe eczema can lead to cracked skin, oozing, secondary infections, and other serious issues. Eczema is most common in children but also strikes adults. 

When you have red, bumpy, itchy, and irritated skin, it can be difficult to tell the difference between acne, rosacea, and eczema. That’s why it’s so important to see an experienced physician like Dr. Stallings at MUST Clinic for help. 

Can skin conditions result in hair loss?

In some cases, skin conditions can cause hair loss. For example, alopecia areata is a skin condition that can cause significant bald patches. But, there are also many other causes of hair loss, some of which are unrelated to skin conditions. 

If you’ve noticed hair thinning or bald patches, with or without skin problems, talk to Dr. Stallings at MUST Clinic about how you can stimulate hair regrowth. 

What is the treatment for skin conditions?

Fortunately, you can control skin conditions like acne, rosacea, and eczema with a personalized multipart treatment plan prescribed by Dr. Stallings. Most treatment plans include regular skin care at home, avoiding triggers, and using either topical or oral medication. 

With good habits and expert medical management, you can maintain healthy, clear, and beautiful skin at any age. 

Reach out to MUST Clinic by phone or schedule using the online appointment maker to get help for your complexion now. To make medical care accessible in these times, all appointments at MUST Clinic start with a phone call.