For many years I had rashes and even stomach pains that no one could figure out. I saw many knowledgeable doctors including allergists and other dermatologists, but no one knew why I was having so many symptoms or could help make them go away. Then I had patch testing with Dr. Scheinman. Although at first I found the results a bit overwhelming, she and her team helped me find out which products and foods were safe for me. Over the following months, my rashes were greatly reduced, and I started feeling much better! Today I have hardly any symptoms, and when I do have them, I can figure out right away what the cause is. I feel so lucky to have been referred to Dr. Scheinman. She made a huge difference in my life. 

Beth K. Age 45 Newton, MA

Pamela L. Scheinman, MD

Dr. Scheinman is a phi beta kappa, magna cum laude graduate of Brandeis University and received her M.D. from Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York. She completed her residency in dermatology at Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, where she was chief resident. Dr. Scheinman was an attending physician at Tufts Medical Center for 21 years where she founded and directed their Contact Dermatitis and Occupational Dermatology Unit and was a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Tufts University School of Medicine . Most recently, Dr Scheinman established and directed the Contact Dermatitis and Occupational Dermatology Program and Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital for 7 years and was an Associate Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School.

A board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Scheinman has conducted a busy tertiary referral clinical practice and has managed thousands of patients with recalcitrant skin rashes over her more than 30 years in practice. She has mentored hundreds of medical students, residents and fellows and authored many publications

Clinical Interests

Medical: contact dermatitis, occupational dermatitis, chronic skin rashes

Dr. Scheinman has been an active participant in many committees of the American Contact Dermatitis Society (ACDS) and has been elected twice to its Board of Directors and served as Vice President. She currently is co-section editor of the occupational dermatology section of the Dermatitis journal and is Chair of the ACDS Mentoring and Mid-Career Awards committee.

Dr. Scheinman has been an invited speaker nationally and internationally and has been interviewed on TV and radio, and quoted in print media in reference to various contact dermatitis topics.

Hospital Affiliations
• Admitting physician, Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Personal
Dr. Scheinman has lived in Newton for many years and is currently also spending some time in Chicago with her family. She joins us in person and virtually to bring daftar judi slot gacor us her national level expertise. She enjoys reading, swimming, hiking, and spending time with her 3 grown children.

In Dr. Scheinman’s Own Words

Boston dermatologist Dr. Scheinman“I have always enjoyed solving mysteries. Over the years, I have found it very gratifying to learn from and with my patients. I listen intently to all the clues my patients present with their histories and physical exams. I then use patch testing data from each patient to determine if allergens are contributing to their symptoms and hopefully cure or significantly improve their illnesses. I look forward to partnering with my patients to creatively and, when necessary, thinking outside- the- box, in order to treat them. I bring more than 30 years clinical experience, empathy, hard work and determination to solve each patient’s unique problem.”

Pamela L. Scheinman, MD

Dr. Scheinman is a phi beta kappa, magna cum laude graduate of Brandeis University and received her M.D. from Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York. She completed her residency in dermatology at Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, where she was chief resident. Dr. Scheinman was an attending physician at Tufts Medical Center for 21 years where she founded and directed their Contact Dermatitis and Occupational Dermatology Unit and was a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at Tufts University School of Medicine . Most recently, Dr Scheinman established and directed the Contact Dermatitis and Occupational Dermatology Program and Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital for 7 years and was an Associate Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School.

A board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Scheinman has conducted a busy tertiary referral clinical practice and has managed thousands of patients with recalcitrant skin rashes over her more than 30 years in practice. She has mentored hundreds of medical students, residents and fellows and authored many publications

Clinical Interests

Medical: contact dermatitis, occupational dermatitis, chronic skin rashes

Dr. Scheinman has been an active participant in many committees of the American Contact Dermatitis Society (ACDS) and has been elected twice to its Board of Directors and served as Vice President. She currently is co-section editor of the occupational dermatology section of the Dermatitis journal and is Chair of the ACDS Mentoring and Mid-Career Awards committee.

Dr. Scheinman has been an invited speaker nationally and internationally and has been interviewed on TV and radio, and quoted in print media in reference to various contact dermatitis topics.

Hospital Affiliations
• Admitting physician, Newton-Wellesley Hospital

Personal
Dr. Scheinman has lived in Newton for many years and is currently also spending some time in Chicago with her family. She joins us in person and virtually to bring us her national level expertise. She enjoys reading, swimming, hiking, and spending time with her 3 grown children.

 For many years I had rashes and even stomach pains that no one could figure out. I saw many knowledgeable doctors including allergists and other dermatologists, but no one knew why I was having so many symptoms or could help make them go away. Then I had patch testing with Dr. Scheinman. Although at first I found the results a bit overwhelming, she and her team helped me find out which products and foods were safe for me. Over the following months, my rashes were greatly reduced, and I started feeling much better! Today I have hardly any symptoms, and when I do have them, I can figure out right away what the cause is. I feel so lucky to have been referred to Dr. Scheinman. She made a huge difference in my life. 

Beth K. Age 45 Newton, MA

In Dr. Baden’s Own Words

Boston dermatologist Dr. Scheinman“I have always enjoyed solving mysteries. Over the years, I have found it very gratifying to learn from and with my patients. I listen intently to all the clues my patients present with their histories and physical exams. I then use patch testing data from each patient to determine if allergens are contributing to their symptoms and hopefully cure or significantly improve their illnesses. I look forward to partnering with my patients to creatively and, when necessary, thinking outside- the- box, in order to treat them. I bring more than 30 years clinical experience, empathy, hard work and determination to solve each patient’s unique problem.”