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320 Herbert Irving Pavillion,
161 Fort Washington Avenue,
New York, NY 10032
   
 

Most patients who undergo ETS have suffered for years with the socially disabling stigma of severe hand sweating or facial blushing. Following ETS, patients are overwhelmed by the instant relief of their symptoms and the dramatic effect this has on their quality of life. Everyday social interactions that previously would be avoided are no longer stressful, or anxiety provoking. The relief of severe hand sweating is immediate and permanent. Relief from plantar hyperhidrosis following T3 sympathectomy, is very dramatic and satisfying. The decrease in palmar sweating is the same as with T2, but with far less compensatory sweating and therefore the overall satisfaction rate in patients with severe palmar hyperhidrosis who undergo ETS is greater than 95%.

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The Center for Hyperhidrosis at Columbia University Medical Center is located at 320 Herbert Irving Pavillion, 161 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, NY 10032. Specializing in surgical and non-surgical treatments for excessive sweating and facial blushing including miraDry and the ETS procedure. Serving the New York metropolitan area, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island, Long Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County, Rockland County, Orange County, Hudson Valley, Bergen County, New Jersey, Fairfield County, Connecticut. Call 212-342-1354.

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