Dr Christos Kasparis is a UK-trained Consultant Dermatologist and has been practising in Dermatology since 2008 .
Dr Kasparis completed hois medical school training at Manchester University in 2004, he trained in general medicine until 2008 giving him broad and valuable exposure into various medical specialities as many skin conditions can be related to other medical conditions. Since qualifting he has worked at many well respected and renowned Dermatology centres across the UK to broaden his dermatology experience.
His passion had always been to become a Dermatologist and he is enthusiastic about all aspects of the skin and strives to offer the best and most up to date therapies to his patients. Patient satisfaction is of paramount importance and he will always aim to tailor his treatment to the patient needs. He looks after patients with all types of general dermatological conditions with particular interest and expertise in skin surgery from benign lesions such as skin tags, moles and cysts to more advanced skin cancer removal and repair and some aesthetic procedures. His philosophy is that no skin problem is too small or too big to be treated if it is affecting the patient. As a Dermatologist he treats both adults and children with any type of skin condition including acne, eczema, psoriasis, moles and skin cancer, skin allergy, urticaria, blistering conditions, hyperhidrosis, vitiligo, warts and hair and nail disorders.
In addition to his clinical duties he is involved in training medical students and junior doctors and is an educational supervisor for Dermatology trainees. He has given numerous presentations in scientific meetings across the UK and authored published work in medical journals and textbooks. He is a core member of the Skin Cancer Multidisciplinary Meeting and has been invited as faculty on numerous courses including Facial Plastics Dissection course and Minor Skin Surgery Course.
Primary Medical Qualification
MB ChB 2004 University of Manchester
Specialist Register entry date
Dermatology From 04 Aug 2013
British Association of Dermatologists
British Society for Dermatological Surgery
Medical Protection Society
European Society for Cosmetic and