Regrow Your Natural Hair with Dr. Ray Nettles
Dr. Ray Nettles
Do you have hair loss, alopecia, or male or female patterned baldness? There are countless over-the-counter hair treatments, but they are pricey and you have to continue them for life. The painful and expensive hair transplants are not an option for most men and women often resort to uncomfortable wigs and hairpieces to hide their balding.
I conducted an interview with Dr. Ray Nettles, the creator of the first treatment for androgenic alopecia!
Alopecia has been in the news since the Will Smith incident at the Oscars. Jada Pinkett Smith shaved her head because of her Alopecia. But there is help to grow back your natural hair.
Dr. Nettles Female Patient
At a young age, Dr. Nettles saw his father, then older brothers’ hair gets thin and then go bald. He knew this was in his future as well, so he started to research genetic inheritance patterns and DNA which led to medical school followed by specialized training in all facets of hair restoration, including working alongside pioneers of the FUE method.
He soon realized that transplants do not stop the progress of hair loss and had an AHA moment when discovering that just as we now understand the good and bad types of cholesterol, so testosterone also has good and bad components and that the ratio between them would lead to his ultimate discovery of precision medicine.
After more than 25 years of research and clinical treatment, Dr. Nettles has discovered that not only is every person unique, but the contributing factors to their hair thinning can also be unique. As a result, he developed a comprehensive set of lab panels to understand not only the factors contributing to your hair loss but also the impact on your overall health and well-being.
Dr. Nettles, can you share your background?
I realized when I was very young that I was different from other kids. My mother always told me that God gave me to her as a special gift and that I was given to her to help the people of the world. It wasn’t long before I noticed…