Dr. Bloxham’s interest in hair restoration began while he was still a pre-medical student. After helping his grandmother seek treatment for hair loss related to chemotherapy, he became fascinated with hair loss and hair restoration. He graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) shortly after and entered medical school with the intent of becoming a leading hair loss specialist.
Before beginning medical school, he began working as a forum co-moderator, editorial assistant, and author for several leading hair transplant communities, such as the Hair Transplant Network, Hair Restoration Network, Hair Loss Learning Center, and Hair Loss “Q&A” blog. These websites serve as some of the most popular educational resources for hair loss sufferers seeking help and advice Online. This position allowed Dr Bloxham to write articles and editorials, assist thousands of hair loss patients, and work with some of the world’s best hair transplant surgeons. One of these hair restoration specialists was Dr Alan Feller, who encouraged Dr Bloxham to pursue his goal of becoming a hair loss specialist.
He graduated medical school from Andrew Taylor Still University with Sigma, Sigma, Phi honors, and completed his postgraduate training at Geisinger Medical Center (formerly Penn State Geisinger, and now the training hospital for the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine). He was then invited to complete a preceptorship-based fellowship in hair transplant surgery with Dr Alan Feller at Feller Medical, PC in Great Neck, New York. After discovering how well they worked together, Dr Feller and Dr Bloxham decided to become partners in a new practice: Feller & Bloxham Hair Transplantation, PC.
Hair Restoration Methods
Dr. Bloxham performs state-of-the-art FUT (strip), FUE, and mFUE surgery from Feller & Bloxham Hair Transplantation’s Great Neck, NY office. He utilizes these techniques in a variety of hair transplant cases, ranging from densely packed “mega sessions” to complicated repairs. Alongside Dr Alan Feller and Dr William Lindsey, he helped develop the modified FUE (“mFUE”) technique. Dr Bloxham uses only manual tools and exclusive, in-house technicians for all of his procedures.
When not performing hair transplant procedures, Dr Bloxham enjoys writing, playing musical instruments, watching movies, and researching future hair loss therapies.