Minimally Invasive Procedure Providing Tremendous Results for Alopecia Patients

Minimally Invasive Procedure Providing Tremendous Results for Alopecia Patients

September is National Alopecia Awareness Month! Topical and Internal Treatments Proving Successful in Hair Restoration.

Alopecia involves hair loss in one or more round spots on the scalp and typically begins as small bald patches. It presents itself in a number of different patterns primarily at the top or in the crown but can also show up along the front hairline, sides of the head and even the back of the head.

Hair loss can be gradual or sudden depending on the type.  Individuals who develop alopecia have been resigned to come to terms with the hair loss as the condition has been considered virtually irreversible.

Minimally invasive and topical procedures are providing new hope for hair growth in patients with this disease which often leaves individuals desperately trying to hide the condition by wearing wigs or shaving the head completely.

Kendra Timmons, Certified Trichologist and Owner of The Hair Recovery Center explains how treating alopecia patients with a multi-therapeutic approach that addresses the disease both internally and externally is proving successful for both men and women with this condition. “By analyzing the scalp as well as the body’s systems and finding the imbalances that may be causing an individual’s hair loss, we are able to treat the whole person,”

Timmons explains. “We use an FDA approved, non-invasive bio communication tool that assesses the body’s energy supplies and provides insight into their personal wellness, and from there we are able to determine what supplemental support the client may need.

Once that is identified, topical treatments such as detoxing clay, ozone therapy, laser therapy, and dermarolling, all of which are minimally invasive, are used to stimulate the hair follicles and stimulate hair growth. These procedures are literally restoring the confidence and peace of mind of individuals who suffer from alopecia.”

Sessions typically take forty-five minutes, and a course of treatment lasts an average of three months to one year.

Timmons has been a licensed hair care professional for twenty-three years and began her study of Trichology in 2003. Trichology is the branch of medical and cosmetic study and practice concerned with the hair and scalp. She currently provides services to clients throughout the U.S. including California, Maryland, Arkansas and Texas and in Dubai.

Minimally Invasive Procedure Providing Tremendous Results for Alopecia Patients


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