Hair is often viewed as a woman's "crowning glory" and associated with a men's sense of confidence, and in some cases, virility. When hair begins to prematurely thin, the traditional "go to" treatments are Rogain, Biotin and Steroids.
However, 80% of men and 40% of women who try these traditional treatments are left disappointed... and with the same hair loss problem. A growing number of these people, along with those who prefer non-traditional non-invasive non surgical therapies, are finding success with such novel treatments as Amnion, autologous PRP, (platelet rich plasma), CGF ( concentrated growth factors) and Stem cells injections. Practitioners trained in these therapies, and who keep abreast of new research and technologies have found that these methods are, for many individuals, highly successful.
According to findings of a 19 study-review of PRP as a hair loss treatment, PRP "led to hair regrowth" in patients with androgenetic alopecia and some patients with alopecia areata. Additionally, a review of clinical studies published in the International Journal of Women's Dermatology, described PRP treatments as "Promising."
Dr. Alla Brouk, MD is an experienced internal medicine doctor, trained and licensed in a combination of non-invasive, chemical-free modalities with high success rates.
Although there is no one treatment that suits each patient, Dr. Brouk suggests seeking consultations and treatment early.
"It is very important for each patient to address problems with hair loss, and to find the right treatment before developing irreversible boldness," she states.
For more information and our success before & after treatment photos go to our website: Hair Loss
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