Hair Loss Control Clinic Welcomes Newest Medical Director

Hair Loss Control Clinic (HLCC®) welcomes our newest Affiliate Clinic and Medical Director, Dr. Ayyaz Shah; a triple board certified Dermatologist, Laser Specialist, and Medical Doctor.  As a consulting Dermatologist for HLCC, his expertise in hair loss among men, women and children, will be utilized to help our clients suffering aggressive hair loss, as well as those treating in our Affiliate clinics.

Dr. Shah is also Founding Director for The Global Dermatology Institute, where he educates other practicing Dermatologist and health care professionals on Hair loss, Trichology and HLCC’s treatment methods.

Dr. Shah is a triple board certified Dermatologist, Laser Specialist and Medical Doctor.

Dr. Shah is listed as a Top Dermatologist, with global recognition for his dedication to excellence and is honored by The Leading Physicians of the World and International Association of Healthcare Professionals (IAHCP) for “exceptional successes in the dermatology community.”  He’s also a practicing Clinical Dermatologist at Mid Florida Dermatology Associates located in Orlando, FL.

In addition to actively treating hair loss as a physician for 15 years, Dr. Shah applies his expertise as an instructor teaching other Dermatologists and Physicians on hair loss treatments. He also shares his knowledge about hair loss with future physicians and healthcare professionals at the University of Central Florida, the Aesthetic Association of Florida, Empire Medical Training and The Global Dermatology Institute.

Dr. Shah’s joins HLCC’s other practicing Physicians and Ethnic Hair Experts where he’ll be contributing his expertise and training experience to enhance the curriculum of U.S. Trichology Institute (USTI).  USTI was developed by doctors and hair loss experts to help educate cosmetologists, barbers, salons, spa, and other professionals on Trichology, Hair Loss, and scalp disorders.

Dr. Shah, together with the other USTI members will also convey the emotional, psychological and physical components often triggered by hair loss.  The 2014 USTI seminar calendar will be announced soon and will provide attendees an opportunity to learn how to help their existing clients suffering hair loss, thinning and chemical damage.  They will learn systematic approaches for conducting effective hair loss consultations, how to identify the early signs of hair loss and scalp disorders, the differences between reversible and irreversible hair loss solutions, new FDA cleared solutions available to hair stylists, and, how these treatments create client loyalty, while significantly increasing revenue for their business.  Certification of seminar completion will be issued in select seminars, while others require further course fulfillment.