Dr. Arocha attended the University of Miami for his undergraduate education and Medical Degree. He first served as an emergency physician at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital and later trained with Dr. Raymond-Martimbeau in treatment of venous disorders. He partnered with her forming the Vein Institute of Texas. Dr. Arocha completed a prestigious hair restoration surgery fellowship and with his meticulous attention to detail, adept surgical skills and excellent cosmetic hair transplant results, he earned a position as the Hair Restoration Surgeon at a leading national hair clinic. Dr. Arocha’s artistic skills deliver excellent, undetectable results.

Along with Dr. Arocha’s extensive medical background, comes a deep passion for the Arts and a trained eye. As an art collector, Dr. Arocha has acquired many paintings from artists before they were discovered. He has been on the Contemporary Art Museum’s Board of Trustees for six years, has been part of the Glassell School Committee, and on a sub-committee for the Latin American Art Department. Dr. Arocha believes that his passion for art is one of the reasons for his success as a Houston Hair Restoration Specialist.

Please contact us with any questions (or answers) you may have and we’ll post responses on the blog.

A proud member of The American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS), International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS), American Hair Loss Association, Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians, and recommended on the Hair Transplant Network.


One response to “About

  1. Robert

    Hello, Sir suppose a person has genetic hairloss for around last 3 years. If he also has abdominal pain for around last 6 months, so is it possible that his abdominal pain can increase/accelerate his genetic hairloss but without causing acute/chronic telogen effluvium?

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