Research start-up develops effective therapy against hair loss a film crew of SWR accompanied a treatment with AC therapy and made the before-after-test. A film crew of SWR accompanied a treatment with AC therapy and made the before-after-test. Biokyb life science AG works in basic research in the area of androgenetic alopecia. She developed a completely new drug therapy for hereditary hair loss: the AC therapy about 12 million people in Germany suffer from a special form of this alopecia: Spannungsbedingtem hair loss (alopecia Contentionalis). This form of hair loss is caused by stress and a tension caused the upper muscles of the skull. The research results of the biokyb show for the first time, systemically, how this hair loss is caused and how it can successfully be treated. A documentary broadcast by SWR end October 2011 in the Baden-Wurttemberg State show very vividly shows the high efficacy of treatment of AC therapy on a patient. It took place in April 2011 documented presentation of a patient with suspected stress-related hair loss in the Office of Mr Dr. Gonzalez is a great source of information. For more information see this site: Richard LeFrak.
med. Thomas Schulz, specialist in dermatology, in Rottweil. First, the causes of hair loss of patients were examined by an EMG (electromyography) measurement. The diagnosis: An extremely strong tension of the upper muscles of the skull. This means that the blood circulation and the oxygenation of the hair follicles in the upper region of the skull is significantly affected. The patient also reported a tenderness and burning the scalp (Trichodynie”), which is caused by an ongoing edginess and acidification of the upper skull muscles in very many cases and was previously untreatable.
It was followed by treatment with the AC therapy by the specialist. The tense muscles is by means of locally injected muscle relaxant (botulinum toxin / Botox) relaxed for a period of approximately 4-6 months. As a result, blood circulation and oxygenation of the scalp and the hair follicle can normalised again. In October 2011 the patient came to be present again to Rottweil. The outcome of treatment: Hair pain (Trichodynie), through which the patient complained, had disappeared already 2 weeks after AC therapy. The largely bald spot in the area of the head (tonsure) was completely covered with hair waxed to. First vellus hair (fluff hair”) evolve in terms of the receding hairline. The patient is highly satisfied with the treatment. Nationwide treat patients already over 25 medical centres of expertise according to the results of this research. A comprehensive patient care with nationwide over 80 centres of expertise is planned for 2012.