Compensatory hyperhidrosis is a common event that occurs after ETS or endoscopic thoracic symapathectomy. This is a form of rebound sweating that can occur on parts of the body that were not affected from sweating like sweaty palms. This form of excessive sweating can occur on the trunk, underarms, limbs, face, and scalp. Once compensatory hyperhidrosis occurs, it often persists. Effective treatments are possible. The Specialist at Sweat Free Clinic use a combination of creams, tablets and in some cases sweat stopping treatments injections to help reduce the inconvenience of compensatory sweating.