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Case Study: Ashley and Martin’s Clinic Doctor Provides Peace of Mind and a Solution

August 8th, 2016 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Case Studies

Madeline’s* partner could see she was becoming increasingly anxious about her hair.  It was thinning all over, but more worrying was the rapid loss of density from the crown through the part line to the frontal hair line.  The hair had become so sparse that scalp was clearly visible no matter how Madeline wore her hair.  The 31 year old had never tried treating her hair before, but at the insistence of her partner, she went online and found Ashley and Martin.

Attending her free consultation with her partner there for support, Madeline spoke to the consultant about her concerns.  Her consultant conducted a scalp examination and spoke with her about the cause of her hair loss.  From the pattern of hair loss, which was characterised by a loss of density, she was diagnosed with Androgenic Alopecia.  She was provided with a blood test request form from the clinic doctor to rule out any underlying medical issues that could be impacting the growth cycle of her hair before commencing treatment.

Returning to see the clinic doctor once her blood tests had been done, Madeline was extremely relieved to find her hair loss was not medically induced.  With this peace of mind she realised that she had nothing to lose but more hair if she did not treat her progressive hair loss condition and signed up for a RealGROWTH® program.

As her hair began to regrow little by little, Madeline’s confidence in the program grew also.  When she attended her first Ashley and Martin Review four months later she could see the evident regrowth in her comparison photos.  By the time she attended a twelve month progress check-up Madeline was completely convinced of the efficacy of the RealGROWTH® program. Her hair had increased in density, her frontal hair line returned to its original state and her part line and crown were no longer obviously balding.






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