Massage and Laser for Hair ReGrowth

Dr. Anderson leaned back in his office chair, glancing at the screen of his computer. “You know, Dr. Harris,” he began, “I came across this rather intriguing video featuring Jay Pharoah from Saturday Night Live. It wasn’t a typical article, but more of a talk show segment where he discussed various subjects. However, what caught my attention was the tangent he went on about hair loss.”

Dr. Harris, sitting across from him, raised an eyebrow. “Hair loss? That’s an unexpected topic for a comedian.”

“Exactly,” Dr. Anderson nodded. “He was on a talk show and suddenly noticed he was losing hair, which is quite surprising for a young guy like him. He mentioned visiting a place he called the Hair Club for Men, or at least that’s what I thought he said.”

Dr. Harris furrowed his brow. “I’m familiar with the Hair Club for Men. I always associated them with wigs or hair transplants. But go on.”

Dr. Anderson continued, “Well, it turns out he was talking about laser treatment. You know, like the laser treatment we often hear about for hair removal?”

Dr. Harris nodded. “Yes, and there are those FDA-approved laser hair combs, although they provide minimal results.”

“Exactly,” Dr. Anderson agreed. “But this laser treatment Pharoah was talking about is different. It’s designed to stimulate hair growth, activating dormant hair follicles.”

Dr. Harris leaned in, his interest piqued. “So, you’re saying this laser treatment can help with hair regrowth?”

“Yes,” Dr. Anderson affirmed. “Pharoah even mentioned vigorous scalp massages as part of the treatment. He explained that this technique breaks down calcium buildup, improves blood flow to the scalp, and kickstarts dormant hair follicles.”

Dr. Harris chuckled, “Well, that’s certainly a departure from your typical hair loss treatments.”

Dr. Anderson nodded, “Indeed. There’s even an author, J.D. Moyer, who documented his experience with this method, complete with photographs. He followed a rigorous regimen of vigorous scalp massages for about 20 minutes, twice a day, and reported significant success.”

Dr. Harris raised an eyebrow, “Vigorous massages for 20 minutes twice a day? That sounds rather intense. But if it works…”

“Exactly,” Dr. Anderson agreed. “Pharoah mentioned that this process creates some kind of residue, like sebum, while removing calcium buildup and increasing blood flow, ultimately stimulating hair follicles.”

Dr. Harris leaned back in his chair, considering the information. “You know, there’s a scientist named Choy who has an interesting theory. He believes that hair loss is primarily caused by scalp thickness and hardening. He claims that bald individuals have a dome-like head shape due to trapped sebum or scalp grease. According to his research, 90% of his subjects experienced hair regrowth with this method.”

Dr. Anderson smiled, “There are natural treatments out there that can be remarkably effective. Just look at scoliosis treatment, for example. Some physical therapists have developed techniques that can significantly impact scoliosis without drugs or surgery.”

Dr. Harris nodded, “You’re right. It’s amazing what dedicating some time to the right treatment can achieve. If this scalp massage method works, why not explore it? You don’t necessarily need to visit the Hair Club or undergo costly laser treatments. Pharoah even hinted that you could go there for the head massage if you prefer.”

Dr. Anderson chuckled, “A massage is beneficial for everyone, after all. Whether you do it yourself or have someone else do it, it’s a healthy practice.”

Dr. Harris agreed, “Indeed. There’s hope out there for those dealing with hair loss, and it’s exciting to see these unconventional approaches gaining attention.”

Dr. Anderson smiled, “Absolutely. We’ll have to follow up on this and explore the hair plucking technique, which has shown impressive results. There’s hope out there for everyone.”

As they wrapped up their discussion, the two doctors left the office with a sense of optimism, knowing that unconventional but effective treatments were paving the way for a brighter future for those struggling with hair loss.

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  1. mark where is teh link to the video that jay was talking about the hair loss in? i dont see any links.

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