Excessive Sweating Treatments with Haley Pa-c

Excessive sweating treatments, also known as hyperhidrosis, is a common condition that affects hundreds of people across the United States. There are two types of hyperhidrosis, primary and secondary. Primary hyperhidrosis is a genetic condition caused by faulty nerve signals that trigger sweat glands in the feet, hands, underarms, and face. Secondary hyperhidrosis is caused by an underlying medical condition or triggered by certain medications. Hyperhidrosis can be controlled with certain medications, treatment therapies, and even surgery in severe cases.

Here are a few excessive sweating treatments:


Neuromodulators (Botox, Dysport, etc.) can be used to treat excessive sweating in the underarms, hands, and feet to stop sweat production for months at a time. Treatments do need to be repeated to keep sweat at bay. Learn more about neuromodulators here.


Brella is an FDA-approved patch that uses heat to inactivate the sweat glands in the underarms for an extended period of time. The Brella 3-Minute SweatControl Patch is a new, FDA-cleared in-office approach to sweat control that is safe, quick, comfortable, non-invasive, needle-free, aluminum-free, and affordable, with results lasting three to four months and longer in some. Click here to learn more about Brella.


MiraDry is a treatment that uses thermal energy to eliminate sweat glands and reduce sweat, odor ,and hair approximately two treatments. The miraDry system uses thermal energy that targets and destroys the sweat glands, odor glands, and hair follicles in your underarm. If you would like to learn more about MiraDry click here.

If you are looking to learn more about any of these treatments, please contact us here.