FULL TRICHOLOGY CERTIFICATION COURSE FOR PHYSICIANS
In-depth Trichology course for physicians, pharmacists, scientists, or Physician Assistants (RN) who wish to become certified trichologists, and so become a highly regarded professional by your peers. The course gives you the tools to practice trichology and set up your own trichology center and also to give you the edge in promoting your new venture.
SEGMENT A: Introductory Course Chapters
- Section 1: Introduction & Registration
- The role of the trichologist.
- Section 2: Trichological Anatomy & Physiology
- Part I–Anatomy & Physiology of the Hair
- Part II–Anatomy & Physiology of the Skin
- Part III–Anatomy & Physiology of the Scalp
Note: This section will teach you about the scalp/hair in more detail.
Section 3: Trichological Lifestyle & General Health Influences
- Part I–Lifestyle & General Health Influences On The Hair And Scalp: Nutrition
- Part II–Lifestyle & General Health Influences On The Hair And Scalp: General Health and Medications
- Part III–Lifestyle & General Health Influences On The Hair And Scalp: Stress
- Part IV–Lifestyle & General Health Influences On The Hair And Scalp: Hormones
Note: This section will teach you how general health, environmental, and lifestyle factors can affect the hair and scalp.
SEGMENT B: Core Course Chapters
- Section 4: Genetic Hair Loss for the Trichologist
- Part I-Introduction to Genetic Hair Loss
- Part II-Male Pattern Alopecia
- Part III-Female Pattern Hair Loss
- Section 5: Other Trichological Hair Loss, Hair Fiber & Hair Growth Disorders
- Part I–The Effluvium
- Part II–Alopecia Areata
- Part III–Cicatricial (Scarring) Alopecia
- Part IV–Trichotillomania
- Part V–Hair Fiber Disorders
- Part VI–Hair Growth Disorders
NOTE: These sections discuss the identification, causes and treatment choices for the hair loss problems and hair fibre issues you will see as a Certified Trichologist.
- Section 6: Trichological Scalp Conditions
- Part I–More Common Scalp Disorders
- Part II–Less Common Scalp Disorders
NOTE: This section discusses the identification, causes and treatment choices for the scalp problems you will see as a Certified Trichologist.
SEGMENT C: Clinical Training
This 5-day training helps bring the whole curriculum together to become familiar with using what you have learned in your trichology practice in the academic part of the course. You will learn how to perform a trichological consultation, identify, treat and advise clients/patients in helping improve their hair/scalp problems. The clinical training takes place virtually or in-person in New York, USA, under the tutelage of Dr. David Kingsley, PhD, FWTS, FIT.