Dr Sachin Vaidya graduated in India in 2000. He completed his dermatology training in India at the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) in 2005. After moving to Australia, he completed his dermatology training in Adelaide in various public teaching hospitals, obtaining the Fellowship of the Australasian College of Dermatologists (FACD) in 2012.
Sachin consults in private clinics at Dermatology SA and St Peters Dermatology. He also works as a visiting medical specialist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and runs monthly vitiligo clinics. He enjoys supervising and teaching medical students and registrars.
His interests are the management of acne, psoriasis, skin cancer, hair loss, paediatric dermatology and surgical dermatology. He has a broad experience in treating infectious skin diseases, vitiligo and pigmentary skin conditions. He has a strong academic interest.
Instrumental with the introduction of Excimer Monochromatic 308nm treatment for vitiligo and other skin conditions in South Australia, Dr Vaidya also has a keen interest in surgical management of stable vitiligo and has introduced autologous micro punch grafting and Re-Cell techniques in South Australia.
Dr Vaidya has been a committee member for the Vitiligo Association of Australia (VAA) since 2013. He is also member of Australasian College of Dermatologist (ACD), Australian Society of Cosmetic Dermatologist (ASCD), The Australasian Dermatopathology Society (ADS), Asian Scientific Pigment Cell Research Society (ASPCR) and Associations of Cutaneous Surgeons of India (ASCI).
He believes in “Holistic” Medicine and likes to treat each patient as an individual.
He enjoys playing table tennis, cricket and listening to music.