Use the links below to access our most recent and most useful information services, practical tools, and educational materials - for you, for your office, and for your patients.
•Continuing Medical Education - Join us at one of our upcoming CME events and learn the latest in hyperhidrosis research, diagnosis, and management. Programs include live Botox injections, hands-on iontophoresis demonstrations, question-and-answer sessions with experts, and more.
•Hyperhidrosis Video Library- Learn from the leaders in hyperhidrosis care. Choose from submammary, axillary, palmar, plantar, and craniofacial injection demonstration videos in our Library.
•Physician Finder- Register so that patients with hyperhidrosis can find you and find treatment.
•Current ICD-9 and CPT Codes for Hyperhidrosis and Hyperhidrosis Treatments. Download Chart
•Hyperhidrosis Disease Severity Scale (HDSS) Download here - this is a simple diagnostic tool for determining the severity and impact of hyperhidrosis on patients' lives. Easy to administer and score, the HDSS can aid in diagnosis, treatment planning, and patient satisfaction assessments post-treatment.
•Delineating Treatment Area Using a Starch Iodine Test & Treating Primary Axillary Hyperhidrosis by Chemodenervation of Sweat Glands Using Botulinum Toxin Type A (Botox®). Launch Module
•Treatment Algorithms for Primary Focal Hyperhidrosis & Treatment Algorithms for Generalized Hyperhidrosis - Refer to these guidelines for standard-of-care information.
•Insurance & Reimbursement Assistance for Patients - Tell your patients to visit SweatHelp.org for helpful insurance and reimbursement advice ,forms, letters and more.
•IHHS News Blog - Subscribe to the only news dispatch dedicated to the needs of hyperhidrosis patients and their healthcare providers. It's free, balanced, reliable, and relevant!
•Educational Brochures & Booklets- Order Understanding Excessive Sweating and Know Sweat Now for your waiting room.
The information provided in this section of SweatHelp.org is provided as a service solely for use by healthcare professionals and does not constitute a recommendation from the International Hyperhidrosis Society. As with all scientific and medical research, this information should be read with discernment. Some hyperhidrosis study results and journal articles may not yet be included in our content. If you know of research that is applicable to this site, please let us know by sending an e-mail to info@SweatHelp.org.