“Day 1 – Patient has had Psoriasis for approximately a year now. It started on a very small surface and spread out on her elbows, knees, ankles, scalp, and also random patches on her legs. It is constant, never goes away, and in the past year it has gotten worse. The lesions itch and hurt significantly and continuously. On a scale from 1-10, 10 being the worst, a solid 7 at the time of the pictures.
Day 42 – As you can tell in the pictures there is significant improvement in the aspect of the lesions. She has no pain, some itchiness but it subsides quickly. The scaling is significantly less and the size of the affected area decreased considerably.” – Valentin Isacescu, MD