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Case Study: Medical Hair Loss Treatments Able to be Done Whilst Away for Work

February 26th, 2020 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

Balding ran in Scott’s* family. Trying to combat the deep recession in his temporal region and weak frontal hair line inherited from his father’s side of the family, Scott had tried using over the counter remedies found at his local pharmacy. Unfortunately, nothing he tried worked and his hair continued to shed at an accelerated rate. Two years after he had started to lose his hair, Scott saw an ad for Ashley and Martin on the TV. Knowing he had reached his turning point well before but not known where to turn, Scott went online to find out more and request a call from his local clinic.

Attending the appointment by himself while he was home on break, the FIFO worker discussed his options with the consultant. Having seen the pattern of loss Scott was experiencing and found he was in good health with limited stress impacting him, a diagnosis of male pattern hair loss was confirmed. Addressing his level III vertex loss would take a combination of interventions, each designed to target a different aspect of the problem. This RealGROWTH® medical hair loss program was exactly what Scott was looking for, however, wanting to think things over before going ahead, it took a month before Scott’s work schedule allowed for him to return to the clinic to start his program.

Including a Laser Plus Pro laser cap in his program, Scott was able to perform his entire treatment at home and away at work without missing a single day. And the results of his commitment to the program were evident. His wife and colleagues could see the improvement medical hair loss treatment was making and his concerns about his appearance were no longer troubling him. Originally choosing Ashley and Martin due to the length of time the company had been in business, he could see that the reason for this was the ability to deliver the results that were promised.

 

 

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