Dr. Rohit Shah
I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care...read more
- Ayurvedic Doctor
Other treatment areas
- Hair Transplant Surgeon
- Naturopathic Physician
- Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) And Naturopath (ND) , Baroda Ayurveda college , 1987
- Chief Doctor at Alopecia Treatment Center
1/3839 Nani Desai Pole, Soni Falia, Landmark: Opposite Rupal Hospital, Surat
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Genetic Baldness - Does PRP Treatment Give Long Lasting Results?
Hair loss is a common problem and is a source of worry for millions of people around the world. While many forms of treatment have been developed over the years, science has yet to conclusively prove the benefits of many such hair loss treatments.......read more
Know In Detail About Dandruff & Its Treatment In Ayurveda!
Darunak or commonly known as dandruff, is a disorder that affects the scalp. Dandruff causes white, dry flakes of dead skin cells to shed from the scalp. Although dandruff rarely causes baldness and hair loss, the itchiness of this condition may m......read more
Benefits Of Ayurveda In Dealing With Hair Loss!
More and more people are turning towards Ayurveda for their hair loss problem. Hair loss can be embarrassing and hamper one's self-esteem and confidence. When treated early hair loss can be reduced and even stopped completely. Ayurvedic considerat......read more
Hair Fall - How To Control It Through Ayurveda?
Hair fall has a direct impact on the way you feel about yourself, your self esteem and confidence. It is also true that it is a very common problem and can be controlled and stopped completely through proper treatment. Ayurvedic treatment for hair......read more
Lice - Ayurvedic Ways To Treat This Problem!
Lice are basically the small insects which tend to live in humans as well as on animal s hair. Their mode of survival is the small amount of blood that they suck from the scalp. This problem is common among kids, especially girls, within the age g......read more