Internationally Renowned Hair Transplant Physician, Dr. Lawrence Shapiro, Hosts Event at Annual International Society for Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) Convention
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Internationally Renowned Hair Transplant Physician, Dr. Lawrence Shapiro, Hosts Event at Annual International Society for Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) Convention

İstanbul : Turkey | Oct 19, 2012 at 4:18 PM PDT
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October 19, 2012

Hair transplant physician, Dr. Lawrence Shapiro, addressed the international success of his supplements by urging his peers to re-evaluate the effect of common nutritional substances on hair growth and regrowth. Annual Scientific Meeting held on Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

“The average consumer does not realize that hair-loss is a very real potential side effect from products like work-out supplements, energy drinks, and protein shakes,” Dr. Shapiro stated, “they should come with a warning label.”

In response to this discovery, Dr. Shapiro has devoted years of observation and research to developing a line of products as part of a procedure called Accelerated Follicular Restoration (AFR). He has also created the “Shapiro High Anabolic Profile Index Ratings and Overview Chart” which further details the science behind the dangers of certain nutritional supplements and their contribution to hair loss. Dr. Shapiro’s research is supported by over one hundred scientific references and his findings are set to be published in the 15th volume of The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine’s textbook, Anti-Aging Therapeutics.

A study of 115 hair transplant patients demonstrated that when using Dr. Shapiro’s HelpHair Shake, the key component of the AFR protocol, 100% of the participants showed early regrowth between six and eight weeks after their procedure. This is a 50% reduction in time for a normal early regrowth period.

AFR is currently employed by participating physicians across the United States and around the world that have reproduced Dr. Shapiro’s results on an international scale. These include doctors from Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany, Japan, South Korea, India, Australia and Brazil...At this point, over 800 patients have been successfully treated using Dr. Shapiro’s products, and the AFR method is being implemented in fifteen hair transplant clinics worldwide.

This exposure has allowed Dr. Shapiro’s techniques and HelpHair Shake to be used in a variety of circumstances. Even without surgical techniques, HelpHair Shake has been demonstrated to make existing hair look thicker and healthier. In a case in Australia, a patient suffered hair loss as a result of energy drink consumption. After just two months on the HelpHair Shake regimen, the patient saw an incredible amount of regrowth. Due to a diagnosis of severe Alopecia Totalis, another patient suffered extreme hair loss for over a decade, leaving patches of baldness all over her scalp. Annual Scientific Meeting, from October 17th through the 21st, Dr. Shapiro’s findings as well as his AFR method will be available at booth #23. The doctor l also presented his Low Anabolic Profile Poster in the main hall at 4pm on October 18th. Immediately following at 4:30pm, Dr. Shapiro will host a 45 minute roundtable discussion on supplements in a segment called “Coffee with the Experts.”

About Dr. Lawrence Shapiro Dr. Shapiro is a 23 year veteran of the hair transplant and restoration practice. He has conducted over 11,000 procedures over his career and continues to search for new ways to improve the quality of life for his patients. Shapiro has spoken worldwide about his techniques, most recently in Rome and Istanbul.

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