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December 19, 2018 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies

Case Study: Long Journey Leads to Hair Loss Solution without Prescription Medication

Brenda’s hair loss journey had been a long one. She had tried everything she could possibly think of and was still at a loss as to what to do. Blood tests with her GP, over the counter tablets and topical solutions, natural oils. Nothing had worked. She had been told that her Androgenic Alopecia was likely the result of the polycystic ovary syndrome she had been diagnosed with. The life changing implications of this hormonal disorder were bad enough without adding hair loss into the equation.

Out of options, the 26-year-old responded to an ad for Ashley and Martin on the television. The woman who answered Brenda’s call was friendly and answered all the questions Brenda had regarding her free consultation.

Her consultant was friendly and empathetic. He understood how important healthy hair was to how she saw herself. It had taken only a year for Brenda’s part line to become wide and sparsely covered. She was concerned for her appearance twelve months from now if her alopecia continued to ravage her hair at this rate.

Discussing the options available to her with her consultant, Brenda settled on a treatment plan that met all her needs. Effective, affordable and easy to manage. Instead of going straight to prescription medication, a topical solution, a nutrient supplement targeted towards feeding the roots of her hair and a portable low level laser therapy device she could use at home made up the treatment plan Brenda signed up for that day.

Little by little, Brenda’s hair returned. Photos were taken every four months to track the progress of her treatment and it was reassuring to see new growth every time she visited her consultant. And although it took a little longer, it made Brenda extremely happy that she was able to do it all without the use of prescription medication.



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