Platelet Rich Plasma and Stem Cell Alopecia Treatment Market

Platelet Rich Plasma and Stem Cell Alopecia Treatment Market

United States (Platelet Rich Plasma) and Stem Cell Alopecia Treatment Market 2013-2018 and 2018-2025

Rise In Disease Awareness, Increased Treatment Rate, & Growing Adoption Of Novel Treatment Therapies

The “U.S. PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and Stem Cell Alopecia Treatment Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Treatment, By End User (Dermatology Clinics, Hospitals), And Segment Forecasts, 2018 – 2025” report has been added to’s offering.

The U.S. PRP and stem cell alopecia treatment market size is expected to reach USD 183.3 million by 2025 at a 5.1% CAGR during the forecast period.

Factors contributing to the growth of this market include a rise in disease awareness, increased treatment rate, and growing adoption of novel treatment therapies providing a positive patient outcome. Moreover, lower incidences of negative side effects due to this therapy are anticipated to fuel demand for platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy.

Adoption of PRP and stem cell therapy for alopecia is expected to increase owing to a rise in the number of patients preferring novel therapies over conventional therapies. In addition to this, shorter treatment duration, faster hair regrowth, and improved patient outcome are expected to drive demand for these therapies over the forecast period.

By treatment type, PRP procedures accounted for the largest share of 58.1% in 2017 in terms of procedural volume.

However, owing to lower prices of PRP procedures, stem cell therapy procedures accounted for the dominant revenue share in 2017, valued at USD 70.1 million.

By end use, the dermatology clinics segment accounted for 85.0% of the total market revenue in 2017, owing to its lower therapy cost as compared to hospitals.

The competitive landscape includes clinics such as Orange County Hair Restoration Center, Hair Sciences Center of Colorado, Evolution Hair Loss Institute, Savola Aesthetic Dermatology Center, PLC, NovaGenix, Virginia Surgical Center, and Hair Transplant Institute of Miami.

Further key findings from the report suggest:

  • PRP procedures dominated the market in terms of volume in 2017, owing to its safety, effectiveness, and minimal chances of failure
  • Stem cell therapy accounted for the dominant revenue share in 2017 owing to higher prices of PRP procedures as compared to stem cell therapy. The segment was valued at USD 70.1 million in 2017
  • The dermatology clinic segment held the largest revenue share in 2017, accounting for USD 105.2 million
  • Some of the clinics providing PRP and stem cell therapy for alopecia in this market are Hair Sciences Center of Colorado, Anderson Center, PLC, Nova Genix, and Hair Transplant Institute of Miami.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Research Methodology

Chapter 2 Executive Summary

Chapter 3 Market Variables, Trends & Scope
3.1 Market Segmentation & Scope
3.1.1 Market driver analysis Novel therapies leading to efficacious treatment and improved patient outcomes
3.1.2 Market restraint analysis Lack of reimbursement for PRP and stem cell therapies in the U.S. Availability of other alternative cosmetic products used for enhancing aesthetics
3.2 U.S. PRP and stem cell alopecia treatment market – PESTEL Analysis
3.3 Industry Analysis – Porter’s
3.4 PRP & Stem Cell Therapy Procedures Performed In the U.S., 2016 & 2017

Chapter 4 U.S. PRP and Stem Cell Alopecia Treatment Market: Treatment Estimates & Trend Analysis 2013-2025
4.1 Market: By treatment movement analysis
4.2 Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
4.3 Stem Cell Therapy

Chapter 5 U.S. PRP and Stem Cell Alopecia Treatment Market: End-User Estimates & Trend Analysis
5.1 Market: By end – user movement analysis
5.2 Hospitals
5.3 Dermatology Clinics
5.4 Others

Chapter 6 Competitive Landscape

  • Orange County Hair Restoration Centre
  • Hair Sciences Centre of Colorado
  • Anderson Centre for Hair
  • Evolution Hair Loss Institute
  • Savola Aesthetic Dermatology Centre, PLC
  • NovaGenix
  • Virginia Surgical Centre
  • Hair Transplant Institute of Miami
  • Colorado Surgical Centre & Hair Institute
  • Tampa Bay Hair Restoration

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United States (Platelet Rich Plasma) and Stem Cell Alopecia Treatment Market 2013-2018 and 2018-2025


Platelet Rich Plasma to Treat Hair Loss

Platelet Rich Plasma to Treat Hair Loss

Dermatologist Charles E. Crutchfield III M.D. Announces Platelet Rich-Plasma to Treat Hair Loss (Alopecia)

Charles Crutchfield III M.D., a nationally recognized Board Certified Dermatologist and Clinical Professor of Dermatology, offers  PRP therapy for hair loss and thinning hair.

There is new evidence showing the effectiveness of PRP Therapy as a non-surgical medical procedure to treat hair loss and thinning hair. Charles E. Crutchfield III M.D. has seen significant results in patients seeking treatment for hair loss (Alopecia). “Using the patient’s own blood, we create a concentration of Platelet-Rich-Plasma to promote hair growth and rejuvenation.” Charles E. Crutchfield III M.D. explains the treatment and its benefits:

“PRP therapy uses the patient’s blood to create the ideal formula of PRP. We start by drawing a blood sample and spinning the blood to separate its components: red blood cells, plasma, and platelet-rich-plasma. Injecting the enriched platelet rich plasma, (containing concentrated amounts of growth factors, cytokines, and platelets), into the treatment area. This PRP treatment stimulates the inactive hair follicles into an active growth phase.”

Dr. Crutchfield has years of experience treating hair loss (alopecia) with success.

He is excited about new developments that have made platelet-rich plasma therapy a viable option in treating Alopecia. “When we inject PRP into the area of hair loss, it causes a mild irritation that triggers your body to heal, explains Dr. Crutchfield. “When the platelets are in the clot, enzymes are released that begin a tissue response to attract stem cells to heal and repair the damaged area. The results are an amplification of the body’s regularly occurring wound healing system.”

prp hair loss

Dr. Crutchfield has seen a significant increase in the number of patients inquiring about this therapy. Estimates are that nearly 100 million Americans suffer from hair loss. PRP for Hair Loss Therapy is a breakthrough treatment option because it is a safe, reliable treatment that is short and non-surgical. The recovery period is fast, and the results look natural.

“In our experience, although PRP is not yet FDA approved for alopecia, we have a success rate of approximately 75%. I tell patients if they do not notice any regrowth after 2-3 treatments, not to continue. I define success as patients report that they see a significant amount of hair regrowth.

I recommend a series of injections to be done monthly, for 4-6 months. Once patients achieve the level of hair regrowth that they are happy with, we will recommend a topical treatment program to maintain and extend the PRP treatment success and recommend a PRP treatment every 6 or 12 months for maintenance. “

The PRP treatment works well for both men and women. It is primarily designed to treat androgenetic alopecia, but we have had success in alopecia areata and hair loss associated with stress (telogen effluvium), too.

Dr. Crutchfield can review your specific case and help to develop a hair re-growth plan.

About Charles E. Crutchfield III, MD:

Charles E. Crutchfield III, M.D. is a graduate of the Mayo Clinic Medical School and a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the University of Minnesota Medical School. Dr. Crutchfield is an annual selection in the “Top Doctors” issue of Mpls. St. Paul magazine.

He is the only dermatologist to have been selected as a “Best Doctor for Women” by Minnesota Monthly magazine since the inception of the survey. Dr. Crutchfield has been selected as one of the “Best Doctors in America,” an honor awarded to only 4% of all practicing physicians. Dr. Crutchfield is the co-author of a children’s book on sun protection and dermatology textbook.

He is a member of the AΩA National Medical Honor Society, an expert consultant for WebMD and CNN, and a recipient of the Karis Humanitarian Award from the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine.

Dr. Crutchfield was also given “first a physician” award, Helathcare Hero, 100 most influential, and one of the Top 100 African –American Newsmakers in the United States by theGrio, an affiliate of NBC News.


Dermatologist Charles E. Crutchfield III M.D. Announces  PRP to Treat Hair Loss (Alopecia)