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Case Study: Ashley and Martin Client Experiences Rapid Hair Loss Regrowth

April 19th, 2016 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Hair Loss Blog Comments Off on Case Study: Ashley and Martin Client Experiences Rapid Hair Loss Regrowth

Appearance was very important to Parker*.  His face was part of his sales pitch with his image on business cards, fliers and advertising campaigns.  Both Parker’s brother and father were already bald and at 25 years old Parker was extremely concerned that this would be his own story if he did not do something to intervene immediately.

Researching treatment options and hair loss specialists online, Parker came across the option to submit an internet enquiry with Ashley and Martin and did so that night.  A representative contacted him the following day and at his initial consultation Parker was diagnosed with Male Pattern Hair Loss, Norwood III vertex.  His hair was characteristically receding at the temples, parietal ridge and thinning on the crown.  In addition to this he was experiencing a loss in hair density all over the top of his head.

The consultant thought Parker’s hair loss would respond well to an all-round approach utilising medication, topical solution, nutritional supplements and laser treatments.  A full RealGROWTH® program was recommended to Parker and after asking all the questions he had about the program, Parker decided to enrol straight away.

Parker was booked in to see the clinic doctor and, as he had told his consultant, had no medical issues that would impact his treatment.  Parker was prescribed his medication and after four months on the program, being mindful to come in regularly for his laser treatments, he came back to see his consultant for a check-up.

Parker had already noticed the improvement in his hair but it was viewing his comparison photos side by side that really highlighted the rapid regrowth he had experienced in only four months.  His overall hair density had increased significantly and Parker was very happy with the early results he was seeing.






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