Analysis & Assessment

Hair & Scalp Analysis

A professional hair and scalp analysis presents important evidence that can define the scope of hair loss. Most importantly, it helps us find the best possible treatment solutions. The procedure is completely safe and non-invasive. We simply use a ProScope micro camera and software that can analyze your current hair growth status. This micro camera looks very closely at the hair follicles, letting us observe any signs of future hair growth and hair loss.

To make sure we stay up-to-date on how your hair and scalp are responding to treatment, during your course of treatments at AHA, we’ll monitor your hair regrowth progress via regular photography and scalp examinations.


Haircheck is a new patented technology that provides the answers to all your hair loss and hair breakage questions. It’s a scientific instrument designed to precisely and accurately measure hair loss, growth and breakage on any area of the scalp. It has some very exciting benefits:

  1. No hair needs to be cut.
  2. Testing only takes about 5 minutes.

When hair loss or breakage is detected, our team can measure the response to take-home products and treatments and make appropriate suggestions that’ll work best for you.

Hair Mineral Analysis

HMA is a safe and non-invasive test. It measures the levels and comparative ratios of nutrient and toxic minerals found in hair. HMA is regarded by many doctors, naturopaths and nutritional therapists as one of the most valuable screening tools available in everyday and preventative health care.

Why are nutrient and mineral levels so important? Many health conditions are aggravated by mineral imbalances and toxic metal excesses, including cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, migraines, hair loss, skin disorders, learning difficulties and hyperactivity in children, to name just a few.

Analysis & Assessments FAQ’s

What should you do if you notice hair loss?

When someone notices their hair is falling out, it’s understandable that they panic and feel incredibly insecure. In hopes of curing it, they may buy anything and everything that they see advertised, whether those productsRead More…

will work for their particular hair-loss condition or not. Then, if the product or treatment doesn’t work immediately, they may quickly try something else, even if it’s very expensive. If that doesn’t work, the cycle simply continues..
Instead, here’s what you should do when you first notice your hair falling or thinning:
Make an appointment to see a specialist, and make sure you are tested for all the most common causes of hair loss, such as thyroid problems, anemia or iron deficiency (especially in women). Even if genetic hair loss is the most obvious reason, there other factors that could be contributing to your hair loss that are important to check.
Take control of your hair loss; don’t let it control you.

Why am I losing
my hair?

In order to find out why you are losing your hair, I’ll review your medical history and do a mineral and scalp analysis to see exactly what could be causing your hair loss issues. For example, commonRead More…

causes of hair loss include:

  • Hormonal variation due to pregnancy or menopause, which can contribute to hair changes.
  • Genetics also plays a common role in this.
  • Many times hair and grooming practices can become an issue. For instance, excessive flat ironing and/or heat styling can damage and break off hair.

Are there different types of Alopecia?

Androgenetic Alopecia
Alopecia Areata
Scarring Alopecia
Alopecia Universalis
Alopecia Totalis

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Hair loss can be a “red flag” for many underlying medical conditions and should be discussed with your physician or healthcare provider.