We are thrilled to announce that the Trichology Clinic has reopened its doors at Sarum Physio.
Trichology is the science of the structure, function and diseases of the human hair and scalp and there are many reasons you might consult a trichologist. From hair loss to problems of the scalp both of which can be the result of stress or treatment received.
Did you know?
- The human head supports some 100,000 hairs.
- The head sheds approximately 100 hairs on a daily basis, which are replaced at the same rate.
- The basic structure of the hair is that of hardened (keratinised) cells.
- The hair grows from a root or bulb as it is normally called below the skin surface, held within a down growth in the epidermis called the hair follicle. Here it is supplied with nerves and blood supply.
You can find out more about hair on the Wiltshire Trichology Centre website here.
We are thrilled that the Trichology Clinic has reopened at Saum and it gives us great pleasure to introduce Dr John Gray. John is a Fellow of the Institute of Trichologists and will be joining Marilyn Sherlock at the Wiltshire Trichology Centre located at Sarum Physio.
Marilyn Sherlock has been in practice since 1985 as a Consultant Trichologist in clinical practice at Wiltshire Trichology Centre. She was Chairman of the Institute of Trichologists from 2098 until 2016 and is a Member of the Academy of Experts. Her clinical practice involves the diagnosis of hair and scalp disorders. She will now specialise in medico-legal cases. email@example.com
Dr John Gray trained in medicine at St Georges Hospital London and has developed an international reputation in hair and scalp disorders. He is a member of the European Academy of Dermatologists and the European Hair Research Society and in 2013 elected as a Fellow of the Institute of Trichologists. John has published many books on hair disorders and has a special interest in cosmetic problems. firstname.lastname@example.org