If you have developed acne or rosacea and are looking for the most knowledgeable experienced experts to be successfully treated then Temple Medical Clinic are qualified as an ARAUK - Accredited Acne and Rosacea Treatment Centre
Temple offer treatment protocols for resistant acne, maturity onset acne and also vascular rosacea medically licensed and also proven in clinical trials to work in an extremely high percentage of patients
Temple Medical offer SkinMeds bespoke protocols along with numerous other techniques that deliver non-surgical minimally-invasive procedures, using the latest medical technologies.
They studied and were rigorously assessed under the guidance and tutelage from charity President Professor Tony Chu.
He has 45 years and more in treating hospital referred acne and rosacea.
This includes late onset acne, resistant acne and all types of rosacea both vascular and glandular. Professor Chu was for many years Head of Dermatology and Lecturer at Imperial College Hospitals London and a world expert in the treatment of these conditions specialising in maturity onset acne and vascular rosacea.
Prof Chu shared and demonstrated his knowledge and techniques to include also complications such as scars, phymatous rosacea and macrocomedones
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What is the ARAUK?
Acne and rosacea can profoundly impact the quality of life of sufferers but are sometimes poorly treated and can be trivialised by health professionals.
For these reasons, Professor Tony Chu started the first Acne and Rosacea charity in the UK in the early 1990s, the Acne Support Group to provide information and support for acne and rosacea sufferers. He stepped down as the Chairman in 1999 when his wife presented him with triplets and the ASG unfortunately, subsequently folded.
On retiring from the NHS in 2017 he saw a real need for a new charity for the acne and rosacea sufferers and started the Acne and Rosacea Association UK. This charity aims to improve the management of these diseases by training Doctors, nurses, and pharmacists on the best ways of treating them and solutions to various pitfalls that can be encountered.