• Care for the skin you're in!

Welcome to Our Practice

PREPARING FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT

We are asking for help from our patients in ensuring a safe experience at our offices. Please review the following requirements prior to your appointment with us:

  • You are required to wear a mask (cloth mask is adequate) to your appointment.
  • You should cancel your appointment and seek medical attention if you have any of these symptoms: cough, sore throat, new-onset shortness of breath, temperature equal to or greater than 100.0 F, or have taken medication to reduce fever in the past 24 hours. You should also cancel your appointment if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19.  All of our patients will also be screened for these conditions upon arrival at the office.
  • You should strongly consider canceling your appointment if you are someone who is at high risk for COVID-19, in particular patients with poorly controlled high blood pressure, diabetes, lung conditions, and patients who are immunosuppressed (for example, receiving cancer therapy). Please contact our office if you are a high-risk patient and would like to cancel your appointment; we will reschedule your appointment for a later, safer time.
  • Patients will not be allowed to have anyone accompanying them to their appointment, except under special circumstances (eg, children/adolescents, elderly, or those with special needs). If an accompanying person is necessary, only one accompanying person will be allowed.
  • Upon arrival at our office, you will be asked screening questions and have your temperature taken prior to your appointment. If you have symptoms concerning COVID-19 or have a temperature of 100.0 F or higher, you will be asked to return home and your appointment will be rescheduled.

If you need to cancel your appointment for any reason, please contact our office and we will be happy to reschedule your appointment to a later time.

Dermatology Center of Southern Indiana

The Dermatology Center of Southern Indiana (DCSI) has been an established leader in skin care for over 50 years. DCSI specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of dermatological conditions and helps patients to maintain healthy skin and reduce the risk of skin cancer.

Our Medispa builds on this tradition of excellence by offering state-of-the-art cosmetic services to help our patients look their best by addressing the challenges of aging and environmental skin damage.

Our providers treat patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly. This includes the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of problems of the skin, hair, and nails. Conditions common among children are moles and birthmarks, dermatitis, acne, warts, insect bites, and eczema. In adults, we treat a range of conditions such as cancers and pre-cancers, rosacea, psoriasis, and shingles. We also treat eczema, allergies, and other disorders that occur in all age groups, and carefully examine moles or other growths to determine whether they are or may become cancerous.

All of our physicians are Board-Certified in dermatology and dedicated to helping patients enjoy youthful, healthy skin. At DCSI, we customize skincare treatments for each patient and strive to make your experience easy and comfortable.

CALL US AT 812.339.6434 TO SCHEDULE YOUR CONSULTATION TODAY.

Meet Our Providers

  • M. Kathleen McTigue, MD, FAAD

    Dr. McTigue is board-certified in Dermatology and is a Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners. Read more..

  • Carrie Davis, MD, FAAD

    Dr. Davis received her Board Certification by the American Board of Dermatology in 2008. Read more..

  • Talley Whang, MD, FAAD

    Dr. Whang is board-certified in both dermatology and dermatopathology. Read more..

  • Claudia I. Vidal, MD, PhD

    Dr. Vidal is a dermatopathologist (skin pathologist) at the Dermatology Center of Southern Indiana. Read more..

  • Michelle Baechtold, MD, FAAD

    Dr. Baechtold attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio for her undergraduate education, followed by Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland for medical school. Read more..

  • Roxanne Rajaii, DO, MS, FAAD

    Dr. Rajaii is board-certified in dermatology by the American Board of Dermatology. Read more..

  • Candace Broussard-Steinberg, MD

    Dr. Broussard-Steinberg completed her dermatology residency at Indiana University. Read more..

  • Staci Murphy, FNP

    Staci is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and a Certified Pediatric Mental Health Specialist. Read more..

  • Sue Stoltz, FNP

    Sue is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner that has been practicing in the Bloomington area for over 30 years. Read more..

Meet Our Medispa Staff

  • Brittany Allen, RN
    Aesthetic Nurse Specialist

    Brittany joined Dermatology Center of Southern Indiana in 2003, her focus is aesthetic nursing. Read more..

  • Amy Collier
    Licensed Esthetician

    Amy became a Licensed Esthetician in 2010 and joined the MediSpa the following year. Read more..

  • Tessa Shaw
    Licensed Esthetician

    Tessa became a Licensed Esthetician in 2014, and joined the MediSpa the following year. Read more..

  • Adison Watikns
    Licensed Esthetician

    Adison became a Licensed Esthetician in 2014 and joined our team in 2018. Read more..

Sunscreen Information

Use sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or greater. 

Use sunscreen that provides protection from UVA and UVB rays with one of the following barriers:

Zinc Oxide
Titanium Dioxide
Avobenzone
Mexoryl

Apply a generous amount 15-30 minutes prior to sun exposure.

Re-apply every 2 hours

Recommended Sunscreen Brands

Solbar brands SPF 30-50 **
Blue Lizard brands SPF 30 **
Vanicream Broad Spectrum SPF 30 **
Solar SPF 65
Solar Tizo Sheer Foam
Neutrogena Helioplex

Recommended Facial Sunscreen Brands

SkinCeuticals-  Physical Fusion SPF 50 **
DCSI SPF 45 **
Cetaphil Daily Face SPF 50
Neutrogena Healthy Defense SPF 50
Aveeno Products
Eucerin Everyday Protection


** Sold at DCSI

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Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed