Level 1, Forte 2 Building, 132 Peterborough Street, Christchurch Central, Christchurch, New Zealand, 8013
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Monday: 8 am – 4 pm
Tuesday: 9 am – 6 pm
Wednesday: 9 am – 5 pm
Thursday: 8 am – 5 pm
Friday: 8 am - 4pm
Christchurch Central provides various parking options, with both on-street and off-street parking available.

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Find out what's causing your hair thinning and what treatments are recommended to regrow your hair.

Hair Loss Christchurch

Our Christchurch Clinic is located at Level 1, Forte 2 Building, 132 Peterborough Street, Christchurch. The Ashley and Martin Christchurch consultant is Mark Palmer and the Doctors assisting our Christchurch patients are Dr John Molloy and Dr Anika Tiplady.


About Christchurch

Located on the South Island, Christchurch Central is a lively urban hub known for its historic architecture, including the iconic Christchurch Cathedral. Serene parks like the Botanic Gardens and Hagley Park are also nearby. Easy-to-find parking and accessible public transport make exploring this charming city a great experience.


Laser Hair Caps Christchurch

Laser therapy is a drug free treatment that helps you to regrow your hair at home. Laser hair caps increase the number of actively growing follicles and boost the overall thickness of each strand.


Hair Loss Medication Christchurch

Our medications have been developed to treat hair loss related to hormone imbalances and dermatological conditions. These are extra effective when used in combination with other targeted hair loss treatments.


Natural Hair Loss Treatments Christchurch

Our vitamins, minerals and botanical extracts address any nutritional deficiencies contributing to your hair loss and promote healthy hair growth.


Hair Transplant Christchurch

Hair transplant surgeries are not provided in our Christchurch clinic but we’ll asses your hair loss condition and let you know if you are a good candidate for this procedure. Before undergoing a hair transplant surgery, it’s important to understand that it will likely require ongoing treatment to maintain.