Do you appreciate your skin? If not, you should! We’re here to help you learn more about your skin – the biggest part of you, a vital organ. Skin is an amazing design of breathing armor that literally protects our fragile interior “operating systems” from harsh elements outside the body. Take care of your skin, and it will take care of you – by shielding you and radiating good health. 

By its very nature, skin is visual. So a picture truly is worth a thousand words. That’s what makes our site different: our images. We bring professional-level medical imagery directly to health care consumers to help them learn more about skin health, conditions, and diseases.

Over the past year, VisualDxHealth has developed into a trusted online resource for skin disease information. We’ve been recognized by Tara Parker Pope and The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Webby Awards (for outstanding design in the Health category). More and more people are finding us every day – the best indicator that we bring value by offering unbiased, trusted, credible medical information and photographs. 

Now, through our Blog feature, we add a powerful new interface connecting health care consumers directly to leading medical specialists. These specialists can help us learn more about skin conditions and diseases as well as preventative measures and tips on keeping skin healthy and vibrant.

Our team of experts includes Dr. Andrea Pennington, Dr. Charles Crutchfield, and Dr. Art Papier, respected physicians with outstanding credentials and accomplishments. They are joined by a growing panel of specialists, working to become the best “go-to” Web site for skin health information, reaching far beyond skin disease.  

Please join our online community and conversation – dedicated to healthy skin for everybody, everywhere.

Rory Burrill, Director
Consumer Health
VisualDx, Inc.
Rochester, New York

“Skin is your frontline indicator of health and vitality. That’s why it’s so important to know how to take care of it." Dr. Andrea Pennington

Published on 03/09/2009 | Last updated on 10/18/2018