About Dr. Natalie Curcio

Dr. Natalie Curcio- Plenary Speaker

Dr. Curcio is recognized as one the nation’s leaders in cosmetic, laser, surgical, and medical dermatology. She is the President and Founder of Curcio Dermatology, P.C. in Nashville, TN, which she opened in 2014. Dr. Curcio has been selected as a Castle Connolly Top Doctor in Dermatology since 2016 and received the Inaugural Award for Exceptional Women in Medicine in Dermatology for 2017 and in 2018. Dr. Curcio was named one the Top 10 Aesthetic Doctors in the USA and #1 Dermatologist in Middle America by Aesthetic Everything and a Top Cosmetic Doctor in the USA by the New York Times. She was named as one of Nashville’s 2018 40 under 40 Most Influential People and Nashville’s 2019 Top Women in Business.

Dr. Natalie Curcio, MD, MPH
Dr. Natalie Curcio, MD, MPH

Dr. Curcio is board-certified by the American Board of Dermatology. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American College of Mohs Surgery, the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, and the American Society for Lasers, Medicine, and Surgery.

She is an associate of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, among others. She is a member of the Women’s Dermatologic Society, the Tennessee Women in Medicine, and the History of Dermatology Society, etc.

Dr. Curcio serves as a luminary, trainer, and consultant for numerous companies in the aesthetic arena. She lectures nationally and internationally and has contributed journal articles to medical literature.

Dr. Curcio is multi-lingual (speaks Spanish, French, Portuguese and Italian) and lectures extensively at professional meetings, both nationally and internationally. She is active with

clinical research and serves on many committees, editorial boards, and advisory boards.



Pre-cancerous and Cancerous Lesions of the Lower Leg and Foot

Some of the most common cancers of the feet are Basal Cell Carcinoma, Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Malignant Melanoma.

Skin cancer can develop anywhere on the body, including in the lower extremities. Skin cancers of the feet have several features in common. Most are painless, and there is often a history of recurrent cracking, bleeding, or ulceration.

In this session, description of various lower leg & foot legions will be discussed followed by treatment options including Mohs Micrographic Surgery, (a precise surgical technique used to treat skin cancer).

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