Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) hair growth treatment is used at ReBalance NYC to treat hair loss, a condition also medically known as alopecia, that can result from various factors, including genetics, hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, and environmental stressors. One of the primary contributors to hair loss is a condition called androgenetic alopecia, that is hereditary and affects both men and women. In androgenetic alopecia, hair follicles undergo a process known as miniaturization, where they become smaller and produce finer, shorter hairs until they eventually cease to grow altogether. This process is linked to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is derived from testosterone. DHT adversely affects hair follicles, leading to their shrinking and eventual dormancy. Hair loss is a common concern affecting millions worldwide, and it can significantly impact one’s self-esteem and overall well-being. At ReBalance NYC, we understand the profound impact hair health has on your confidence and identity. That’s why we are thrilled to introduce Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy—a true revolutionary treatment that harnesses your body’s natural healing abilities to stimulate hair growth and restore your crowning glory.

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According to the American Academy of Dermatology, it is normal for women to lose approximately 50–100 strands of hair each day. These old shedding hairs are usually replaced with new ones. If you notice that your hairbrush and your shower have more shed hair than they used to, you might need to investigate what is causing you to lose hair.

At our medical center in Manhattan, our team has extensive experience with regenerative medicine and aesthetic treatments, such as PRP therapy. You can rest easy knowing that your procedure will be administered by qualified experts. ReBalance NYC understands the unique circumstances surrounding hair loss are varied for each individual and tailor PRP therapy plans accordingly to ensure maximum success for every patient. Our medical professionals take a patient-centric approach, creating plans with specific focus in mind so as to achieve maximum results from every patient treatment session. At PRP Hair Growth Therapy Centers, we take great pride in maintaining cutting-edge facilities that adhere to the highest standards of safety and hygiene. Our commitment to excellence extends to the equipment and technology used in administering PRP therapy treatments. Before embarking on any PRP hair growth journeys with us, we provide free consultations where we assess hair loss concerns, discuss medical history and determine whether PRP therapy may be a suitable solution for you.

3-6 sessions in average although the number of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments needed for hair loss may vary from person to person and depends on several factors, including the severity of hair loss, the individual’s response to treatment, and the specific protocol used. Typically, a series of PRP sessions is recommended to achieve and maintain optimal results. While there is no one-size-fits-all answer, many practitioners suggest an initial series of three to six treatments spaced several weeks apart. This initial phase helps kickstart hair follicle stimulation and promotes hair growth. Some individuals may notice improvements after the first few sessions, while others may require more treatments to see noticeable results. After the initial series, maintenance sessions may be recommended at intervals of three to six months, depending on individual response and ongoing hair loss concerns. These maintenance sessions aim to sustain the benefits achieved during the initial treatment phase.

This PPR hair restoration procedure needs to be performed several times (we recommend at least 3 therapies), every three to four weeks to be effective. It helps create new blood
vessels in your scalp and stimulate hair growth and in some cases, lead to a full hair
restoration. PRP is considered relatively safe and does not cause allergic or hypersensitive reactions. After the injection, you might experience a mild inflammatory response at the procedure site, which might cause tenderness of your scalp for several days.

Request a FREE PRP for hair loss consultation at 212-380-1764 (Both in person and remote available)

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