• Sy Sperling: The Psychophysiology of Hair Loss

    It’s long been recognized that there is a clear correlation between our mental states and our physical wellbeing. In 1998 Spencer Kobren described the process of male pattern baldness as a “devastating disease of the sprit.” However, it was Sy Sperling who first brought this silent epidemic to light when he advertised to the nation that it’s okay to be concerned about one’s hair loss. In this clip Sy Sperling and Spencer Kobren discuss the reality of living life as hair loss sufferers and the profound positive effects that finding a solution for your hair loss can have on a person’s overall health.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network

  • Sy Sperling: An American Icon

    When you think of some of the most famous, influential and recognizable people of the twentieth century, names like Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Albert Einstein, and Jonas Salk come to mind. However, while it might not seem reasonable to include a boy from the Bronx who made good in the hair loss business to a list of famous Americans that include the likes of Henry Ford or Irving Berlin, there is no doubt that Sy Sperling, Founder and former President of Hair Club for Men is a true piece of the fabric of American culture.

    In 2000 Sy Sperling was made an offer he couldn’t refuse. He sold the brand that he built from the ground up for $45 million and was asked to sign a 15 year non-compete agreement due to his household name status. Well, Sy’s non-compete expired and he decided to reach out to Spencer Kobren and The Bald Truth to talk about his journey and to reveal what it was really like to be the most famous, hair restoration client on the planet.

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network



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"Spencer Kobren's nationally syndicated show "The Bald Truth" has a dedicated listenership that would have Rush Limbaugh pulling his hair out in envy." --Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.


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