San Antonio, TX, January 07, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- “Preliminary examination has revealed that people who have hair loss, or the beginning signs of it, have different bacterial signatures compared to those who do not suffer from hair loss. Identification of bacteria residing on the scalp serve as biomarkers to distinguish between scalps that have beneficial microbes versus those associated with alopecia. These biomarkers can lead to the development of treatments, prediction of the early onset on hair loss and its reversal,” revealed Dr. Crystal E. Porter of Mane Insights, Inc. during the outcome of a preliminary scientific study by Save Our Scalps™.
Recently, Ms. Anderson completed training to incorporate the ability to provide clinical laboratory capabilities in addition to her Trichology, Hair Replacement and other services that enhances her work with clients who suffer from hair loss. The ability to set a distinction between the beneficial microbes from those with alopecia is the first step that assists biomarkers to predict early hair loss, develop a suitable treatment mechanism as well as enhance hair loss reversal. Can every practitioner assist clients through these processes? The answer is no; a reason for which the services of only certified hair and scalp practitioners should be employed for hair and scalp treatment activities.
Receiving credentials through the CITI Program, a nationally accepted program that is designed to train researchers about precautions needed when conducting human subject research, and Mane Insights, Ms. Anderson is certified to develop, perform, monitor, record, and report research. This allows Ms. Anderson, as a Save Our Scalps™ Certified Research Assistant, to conduct research on human subjects that is approved through a university institutional review board.
“This is truly a game changer for the hair loss industry!” exclaims Ms. Anderson, “The ability to conduct testing by receiving certification from the CITI Program and working with Save Our Scalps™ will be an effective weapon to have in my arsenal in the war on hair loss.” She can now provide personalised information about the wellness of her clients’ scalps. She also offers non-invasive testing of the scalp (via swabbing) and identifying unique microbial signatures of clients’ scalp which has been found to influence the severity of hair loss. She will be able to provide information that entrust recommended treatment plans as well as monitor treatment progress.
Ms. Anderson’s Trichology practice, in addition to these new certifications through Mane Insights® and Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) programs, provides her with an excellent understanding for the causes of hair loss. With the added benefit of scientific research credentials and conducting studies, she has the ability of joint authorship on research publications through consortium of hair professionals and will be featured as a recommended practitioner on the Save Our Scalps™ website. Ms. Anderson’s education and experience provides her with specialized tools within her collection of hair and scalp solutions. Her new service offerings will provide her with unique understanding of where clients fall along the wellness scalp spectrum, the acumen of scalp/nutritional relationships that enhances cure, dietary consumption insights to make recommendations based on research results, and the U.S. recommended daily allowances. These are but a few of the offerings that sets Ms Stephanie Anderson, of Trinity Lace Wigs in San Antonio, apart from most of her contemporaries in the hair treatment industry.
If you are experiencing hair loss, hair thinning or any scalp ailments, please contact Stephanie Anderson, Trichologist, at Trinity Lace Wigs, San Antonio, Texas, at email@example.com or call 210-858-8554.