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The Buzz at Good Skin Clinic


Michael Tirent FB Pg. Aug. 17

BREAKING NEWS ... a series of newly published research....... Dr Michaels® product family (also branded as Soratinex®) versus conventional therapy - a comparative study of the effectiveness for the treatment of plaque psoriasis.........

Gold Coast Sun 2014


The prognosis for psoriasis sufferers is excellent at the Good Skin Clinic, because we are addressing  what triggers the condition, rather than just symptomatic relief, according to Barry Donnelly BHSc CM N WHM ND. As important as relief is, clearing the condition, to the point of not requiring ongoing medication is our goal, it is what we strive to achieve with every client.

Gold Coast Sun 2014

Psoriasis sufferers know only too well the itching, redness and soreness of their irritating and uncomfortable skin condition. Unlike many other skin diseases, Psoriasis may affect your fingernails as well, developing plaque under the nail and around the nail bed causing the nail to lift off the nail bed. This is often confused with fungal infections, due to the clouded appearance of this process. People with nail psoriasis are more likely to develop fungal infection, because the nail is now compromised and water maybe retained under the nail creating the perfect environment for the fungal infection to infest.

Gold Coast Sun 2014

The Good Skin Clinic is a Complementary Medicine practice, with clinics on the Gold Coast and in the Northern Rivers Regions. The highly trained professionals, are shining the light on a whole new way, of addressing skin disease. This exceptionally effective and safe approach, used by the Good Skin Clinic, means that the prognosis for Psoriasis and Eczema sufferers, as well as the sufferers of most other skin diseases,  has now increased to excellent. This is primarily due to the latest breakthroughs  in Complementary Medicine, spearheaded by Dr Michael Tirant, Melbourne. 

Gold Coast Sun, 2014

Psoriasis comes in many forms.  Plantar Psoriasis is a type of disease that causes a great deal of discomfort.  People with this condition struggle with walking, often developing cracks and thick plaque on the soles to their feet, make it very difficult to walk. Sufferers occasionally arrive at our clinic in wheel chairs or on crutches.

At the Good Skin Clinic we have been assisting sufferers with skin disease to successfully resolve their conditions for over 7 years - read on to hear these life changing stories...

October 9, 2014

The Good Skin Clinic is a complementary medicine franchise with practices on the Gold Coast and throughout Australia. 

This small group of professionals say they are committed to addressing skin disease in a new way.  Using the lastest breakthroughs in complementary medicine...

Gold Coast Sun 2014

A giant leap forward in natural medicine, this incredible break through in the treatment of psoriasis and many other difficult skin diseases, is an amazing Australian success story. Psoriasis  is classified as an  incurable disease by the World Health Authority and it  is common for patients to be told that they will need to live with their disease because, there is nothing that can be done to cure it.

Gold Coast Sun 2014

There is an increasing incidence in the number of people presenting with eczema (and dermatitis).  Researchers agree that whilst eczema is a genetic condition, there are a number of triggers that can cause the condition to become active. 

Over the last 28 years, Dr. Tirant, Medical Researcher has identified two types of triggers. 

Primary triggers (including medications, vaccinations, distress and viral infections) initiate the flare up. Secondary triggers (including diet, chemical, hormonal and environmental sensitivities) may continue to exacerbate the condition.

Gold Coast Sun 2014

“Psoriasis” is an hereditary condition, in other words, you may have been born with the potential to develop this disease, which may lie dormant for many years until it is triggered off. Roughly 4% of the population trigger this disease yet 27% carry the gene. There are well-known primary triggers that can activate the condition, for example: injury to the skin (Koebner Phenomenon), systemic infections and emotional stress.

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