Case Study: Patient Receives Treatment by Hair Loss Experts at Ashley and Martin

Jarod and his mother chose to seek advice from Ashley and Martin after they did their research online and found the company to be experts in the field. Feeling reassured by the evidence based research and medical nature of the treatment offered by Ashley and Martin, they used the online contact form to request a consultation at their local clinic.

Discussing the hair loss that had been passed down to him through the generations, Jarod informed his consultant that he had started to his hair loss developing at just sixteen years old. At first it was no big deal, but six months after it started he was beginning to wish there was something he could do about it.

The consultant did a scalp examination and discussed his medical history with him before laying out the limited options he had available to him at such a young age. While it was possible for Jarod to regain his lost hair, he would not be able to embark on a full RealGROWTH® medical hair loss treatment program. Still only seventeen years old, Jarod was unable to be prescribed the medication that would assist him to halt the Norwood level III vertex hair loss that had taken place over the past eighteen months in its tracks.

With support from his mother and consultant, Jarod made the decision to wait until his eighteenth birthday which was just around the corner to come back and sign up for treatment. Of the options available to him, he preferred to be patient and enrol when he could take full advantage of the full medical treatment.

Four months after he started treatment, Jarod was invited to attend an Ashley and Martin progress review to assess the early results of his program. Looking at the photos taken when he can attended the clinic to enrol on his program against the ones taken that day Jarod was extremely happy. The changes that had taken place were exactly what Jarod had been hoping for that day he and his mother had started looking for a hair loss expert online.

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05 Dec 2018 0