Trauma Hair Loss

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Are you experiencing sudden, dramatic hair loss?

If you have gone through a traumatic event recently or have lingering effects from the past, you may have trauma-induced hair loss.

Hair loss caused by trauma, or Telogen Effluvium, is commonly associated with a shock to the bodily system or trauma, including child birth, surgery, severe illness or disease, lack of proper nutrition, severe stress or traumatic shock.

In cases such as childbirth, hair loss may only be acute and will cease once the body has re-established normal hormone levels.

In more extreme cases of telogen effluvium, people have reported the loss of clumps of hair at a time. In such cases, the hair loss may develop into a chronic disorder where severe hair loss is maintained for months or even years.

of women experience hair loss after childbirth

Your First Step – SRS Hair Check Up

Your first port of call should be to attend a hair analysis consultation with a member of our experienced team.

Hair loss is progressive – the earlier the intervention, the better the outcome, so call us now with any questions you may have. We’re here to help.

SRS Hair Analysis

SRS Hair Clinic will conduct a one-of-a-kind microscopic hair examination to determine the exact cause of your hair loss using two different microscopes.

Under the first microscope, the technician will look deep into a hair sample to see what (if any) deformation there is at the root of your hair.

The second microscope will then narrow in on a small section of your scalp to determine the density of hair growth and assess the general condition of your hair and scalp, as well as to examine how advanced the problem has become.

Through the use of our microscopes and a deeper look into your lifestyle habits and genetic predispositions, we will be able to determine the exact cause of the loss of your “crowning glory”.

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