1. Capillus Physician Spotlight: Dr. Shelly Friedman

    Shelly FriedmanDr. Shelly A. Friedman, a Capillus272 Pro™ authorized physician, is the most experienced hair transplant doctor in Arizona with 29 years and over 15,000 patients in his portfolio. Aside from his extensive experience in treating hair loss conditions, Dr. Friedman is a founding president of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery and a Medical Advisor for the American Hair Loss Council. Dr. Friedman received his undergraduate education at Providence College and later attended medical school at the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University. He received his D.O. in June 1982. Read more

  2. Capillus Physician Spotlight: Ahwatukee Skin & Laser

    Sarah Neumann, MMS-PA-C, Physician Assistant Phoenix-area residents seeking effective and medically-guided low-level laser therapy treatment for hair loss can turn to Ahwatukee Skin & Laser, a cosmetic dermatology clinic and authorized Capillus physician center. Manager and Certified Physician Assistant Sarah Neumann and her team of highly-skilled aesthetic professionals operate out of the clinic’s main office in south Phoenix. Through both general and cosmetic dermatology, Neumann and her team provide comprehensive treatment methods for cosmetic conditions such as hair loss. Read more

  3. Capillus Physician Spotlight: Dr. James E. Vogel

    jamesvogelVoted a top doctor in Baltimore five years in a row by Baltimore Magazine, Dr. James E. Vogel is regarded as both a highly professional and accommodating physician. Dr. Vogel began his professional career at Bowdoin College in Maine, majoring in biochemistry. After receiving his undergraduate degree, Dr. Vogel attended the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. He underwent general surgery residency at both Tufts New England Medical Center (Boston) and the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. After completing residencies, Dr. Vogel moved forward with a plastic surgery residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. In Baltimore, he learned maxillo-facial and microvascular surgical training which eventually spurred his career as a leading Baltimore-based plastic surgeon. Dr. Vogel is an Associate Professor in the plastic surgery division at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of Surgery. Here he teaches medical students and residents the fundamentals of plastic surgery, plus shares the innovative and modern technologies for improving cosmetic appearance. Dr. Vogel is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Baltimore County Medical Society and the Johns Hopkins Medical Society, among others. He is currently a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery. As a low level laser therapy (LLLT) proponent, Dr. Vogel offers the Capillus272 Pro™ treatment to gently spur hair growth. Capillus272 Pro™ caps are shown to improve thickness and volume is as little as two months after beginning treatment and does not damage the tissue during use. Typically, Dr. Vogel prescribes treatment in 30 minute sessions, three to four times per week. Schedule with Dr. Vogel For more information, contact Dr. James E. Vogel at 410-484-8860 or visit his website to learn more on noninvasive hair loss treatment with Capillus®. Read more
  4. Capillus Physician Spotlight: Dr. Marina Pizarro

    pizarro_testthumbAs the first female hair transplant surgeon in history, Dr. Marina Pizarro has an overwhelmingly impressive career with over 30,000 procedures under her belt. After graduating from the Ponce School of Medicine in Puerto Rico and completing her residency in Orlando, Dr. Pizarro teamed up with prominent surgeon Constantine Chambers to build a complex and renowned practice. Dr. Pizarro eventually opened a private practice in 1994, with locations in both Jacksonville and Orlando. She specializes in hair restoration for both men and women, maintaining a keen eye for detail and an artistic panache to allow for natural results. Dr. Pizarro currently holds licenses to practice medicine in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Michigan and Puerto Rico. Not one to sacrifice quality for time, Dr. Pizarro personally handles the harvesting of donor hair and preparation of graft areas. Unique of many hair restoration practices, she involves herself in the process of separating and placement of micro and mini grafts. Although she heavily emphasizes the importance of established procedural methods demonstrated at providing optimal results, Dr. Pizarro is no stranger to adopting new technologies that enhance patient comfort and satisfaction. As a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery and the European Society of Hair Restoration surgery, Dr. Pizarro is well-versed in the latest industry techniques and methods shown to improve the hair restoration process. Dr. Pizarro recognizes the Capillus272 Pro™ as the premier method of low-level laser therapy treatment. The Capillus® nonsurgical device includes 272 laser diodes designed to revive and stimulate lackluster hair follicles. For just 30 minutes every other day, patients can expect fuller volume in a convenient, safe and FDA-approved manner. Dr. Pizarro says Capillus272 Pro™ is simple yet effective, and conveniently utilized through various daily errands and tasks. Schedule with Dr. Pizarro To schedule a consultation with Dr. Pizarro to discuss hair loss options, including the Capillus272 Pro™, call Pizarro Hair Restoration at 888-424-7631. Read more
  5. Capillus Physician Spotlight: Dr. Kenneth Williams

    md-ken-williamsConsidered an artist in the field, Dr. Kenneth Williams has an extensive hair restoration background that began in 1986. Prior to beginning his practice of medicine, surgery and cosmetic surgical care 30 years ago, Dr. Williams attended the University of California, Irvine to obtain his undergraduate degree in premedical studies. He went on to graduate medical school from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. Dr. Williams completed his residency at Long Beach Pacific Hospital. Following his residency, Dr. Williams went into practice as a primary care physician at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach and Irvine, St. Joseph’s Hospital in Orange and Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Read more

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