Pediatric Hair Solutions Announces Grand Opening in Lake Norman Area

Lice Treatment Center in Lake NormanPediatric Hair Solutions continues to grow! We are excited to announce our second Charlotte-area clinic location in Cornelius. At our headquarters in Charlotte, we were regularly treating families driving 30 to 45 minutes from the Lake Norman area.  Those families will now have a more convenient resource at our Cornelius location on Old Jetton Road.

Chamber of Commerce members attended our ribbon cutting ceremony in February. Guests of our open house toured the clinic.

Announcing our New Location in Youngstown, Ohio

We are excited to announce our continued growth with the opening of a new location in Youngstown, Ohio! A ribbon cutting ceremony and open house was held on February 4th at our clinic on Boardman Canfield Road.

New head lice treatment center opens in Youngstown, OhioSheila Fassler, owner of Pediatric Hair Solutions, was joined by the Youngstown office clinicians Megann and Lindsay Basile for the ribbon cutting. 6 members of the chamber of commerce attended the event along with county employees and school nurses from the surrounding area.

The school nurses were excited to learn they have a better treatment option to suggest to families who have been struggling with head lice. One nurse says she knows of several families dealing with head lice for more than a year.

Guests toured the clinic and saw a demonstration of our medical device used to treat head lice. The Youngstown office also offered free head checks during the open house.

Click here to contact Pediatric Hair Solutions in Youngstown.


Pediatric Hair Solutions in the Community

At Pediatric Hair Solutions, we believe in giving back to the many communities we serve. This December in Charlotte, we were proud to support a program that provides Christmas gifts to less fortunate families in the Charlotte area. The Explorer Christmas Project is a partnership between the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department and the CMPD Police Explorers.

IMG_0808Pediatric Hair Solutions owner, Sheila Fassler, presented a check for 500 dollars at a recent fundraising event sponsored by The Bob and Sheri Show and 107.9 The Link.

As part of the Explorer project, the CMPD partners with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools guidance counselors and teachers in elementary schools to identify children and their families who are in need of assistance during the Christmas season. To qualify for the program, these children must be eligible to receive free or reduced lunch at school. In addition, CMPD Officers and CFD Firefighters refer families with emergency situations.

The goal is for each child to receive at least three gifts, and provide each family with a gift card to a local grocery store to purchase a Christmas Dinner. If you would like to find out more about the CMPD Explorer Project or donate yourself, click here.