Dr. Lasma Kalnberza
Dermatologist, nutritionist


Dermatologist, nutritionist



In 2004 Riga Stradiņs University – obtained a medical degree.

In 2007 University of Latvia – residency in dermatology, venereology specialty, medical certificate of the Latvian Association of Physicians/ Latvian Association of Dermatovenereologists with the right to practice

In 2018 Riga Stradins University – residency in additional specialty of dietician, certificate of a medical practitioner with the right to practice by the Latvian Association of Doctors/Dietary Physicians Association of Latvia


Main information

Consultations are held for children and adults in Latvian, Russian and English on the treatment and prevention of various skin and nail diseases:

teenage and adult acne (acne),

psoriasis (psoriasis),

rosacea (couperosis, sensitive red facial skin),

demodicosis (inflammation of the skin of the face caused by a skin mite),

eczema (manifestation of allergy),

atopic dermatitis (an allergic disease that begins in infancy),

furunculosis, streptoderma (purulent skin infections),

dermatophytosis, microsporia, onychomycosis (fungal infections of the skin and nails) and others.


“It is becoming more and more clear that lifestyle has a great influence on both health in general and the course of many diseases.

Often some unpleasant and disturbing symptoms of the disease are alleviated with medication, however, in most cases, in order to fully recover, it is necessary to look more broadly. Although genetics play a role, our daily choices, or lifestyle, greatly determine whether the disease will develop. It is important to have a full and balanced diet, as well as enough movement, sleep, peace and rest, which balances not only the nervous system, but also all other systems of the body. By being aware of this connection, you can start solving issues at the level of causes.

The doctor can help to see the connection of the skin condition with some internal diseases. Most chronic skin diseases are very closely related to the digestive tract and diet. Diseases such as acne, psoriasis, eczema are based on an inflammatory reaction. If a person with a hereditary tendency to develop one of these diseases has inflammatory products in his diet, then the manifestations of this disease are also likely to appear. Nutrition can either promote the development of the disease or, on the contrary, help to prevent its manifestations and improve the condition of the skin.

Nutritional recommendations may vary depending on skin and overall health. It is important not only to exclude some products, but to ensure that the diet is full-fledged – it contains all the necessary nutrients, vitamins, trace elements, minerals.

It should be noted that changing habits requires a lot of willpower. But it’s worth it – good health and well-being, which allows you to fulfill your dreams and feel happy!”