JDD Webinars

Free Webinar: Systemic and Local Effects of Stress on the Hair Follicle – Proactive Interventions For Stressful Times

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Webinar Premiere

  • Tuesday, June 23rd 2020
  • 7:00 – 8:00 pm EST

Space is limited – secure your spot today!

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Systemic and Local Effects of Stress on the Hair Follicle - Proactive Interventions For Stressful Times

Join the JDD & Nutrafol for an exclusive Webinar!

Since we understand that hair loss and thinning is an accumulation of multiple factors, this presentation will focus on stress and the pathophysiology of hair loss.

Dr. Suneel Chilukuri will present both the systemic and local effects of stress on the hair follicle. His talk will define the differing pathophysiology between chronic and acute stress and how each directly and indirectly impacts hair. He will also define and discuss the use of stress adaptogens and how to introduce them as part of a comprehensive intervention.

SPEAKER

Suneel Chilukuri, MD, FAAD, FACMS

Director of Cosmetic Surgery, Refresh Dermatology Chief of Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery, Physician at Sugar Creek

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