San Francisco Institute Announces Research Study Program for Hair Regeneration

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San Francisco Institute of Aesthetic & Regenerative Medicine (SFI) is proud to announce the addition of Hair Regeneration and Restoration to its services.

Hair loss and alopecia is common and can often be stressful and disheartening to many of us. We offer non-surgical options for hair regeneration, including PRP, an exciting and new alternative.” - John Ademola, PhD

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, US, June 11, 2018 / -- John Ademola, PhD of San Francisco Institute of Aesthetic & Regenerative Medicine said, “Hair loss and alopecia is common and can often be stressful and disheartening to many of us. We offer non-surgical and surgical options for hair regeneration, including PRP2, an exciting and new non-surgical alternative. Our unique facility integrates medical, surgical, wellness, spa services and research.”

SFI is now actively recruiting qualified patients for inclusion in a study to treat Hair Loss with an innovative treatment regimen. The treatment regimen is their “Gold Standard” to help people suffering from hair loss and looking to regenerate the growth of their own hair. It utilizes Platelet Rich Plasma, Amniotic Cell Allografts, a low level light laser device and a prescriptive regimen combination of Minoxidil, Finasteride, Tretinoin and Latanoprost. The protocols used have been proven to show detectable results. SFI will be the first to offer this study in the San Francisco Bay Area. Qualified patients will be offered the products and treatment at a significantly discounted price.

PRP uses components of the patient’s own blood, called platelets, to encourage the body to heal from within by harnessing the power of their own Stem Cells. This autologous treatment has been used for many years to treat sports injuries in professional athletes playing in the NFL, NBA, and PGA. PRP has shown significant results when used alone or combined with other therapies to help the body restore collagen, heal damaged or scarred skin, stimulate the growth of hair and deal with sexual wellness for both men and women.

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About San Francisco Institute of Aesthetic & Regenerative Medicine

San Francisco Institute of Aesthetic & Regenerative Medicine is a private medical facility dedicated to excellence in Pro Active Aging for Men and Women. The integration of Science, Medicine, Consumer and Technology provides innovative solutions for patients, medical industry and health care professionals globally. SFI is a unique facility located in the heart of Union Square in a beautiful, newly remodeled space in the historic Westin St. Francis Hotel. SFI is building a team of world-class practitioners to provide a collection of treatments you won't find anywhere else. From cosmetic dermatology to PRP treatments to cutting-edge anti-aging medicine, our procedures will draw guests from all over the world. SFI works with Board Certified Specialists rooted in Academic and Clinical excellence. The Clinic has recruited key specialty leaders throughout the world to participate in the development of customized personal protocols and treatment design. SFI offers the following services: Botox, Facelift3, Plastic Surgery, Ulthera, Ultrashape, Velashape, medically supervised weight loss, Bio-idential Hormones for men and women, Testosterone treatments, Platelet Rich Plasma, Hair Restoration, treatments for Tennis Elbow, Golfer's Elbow, Rotator Cuff Tears, knee pain, aesthetic services and other regenerative therapies.

  • Pillars of Excellence
  • Aesthetic Skin - Body Evaluation and Treatment
  • Innovative Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery
  • Hair Growth and Rejuvenation
  • Clinical and Medical Research
  • Generational Dermatology
  • Women’s Health and Wellness
  • Men’s Health and Vitality
  • Nutrition and Fundamental Wellness
  • Consumer Science
  • Technology

Practice-based Research
In this Practice-based research facility, physicians, clinical research scientists collaborate with basic or biomedical researchers and engineers to translate results from studies conducted in the research laboratory into everyday life –clinic, bedside practice or consumer needs. This integration of science, technology, medicine and consumer insight provides forum for rapid innovative solutions for patients and consumers.

Jen Lee
San Francisco Institue of Aesthetic & Regenerative Medicine


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