A surgeon who carried out hair transplants at a Glasgow clinic used by top footballers has been struck off after putting his patients at "risk of harm".
Dr Juan Ruiz Alconero, was found to have carried out treatments for four patients that "fell short" of the standards reasonably expected of a doctor while working at KSL Hair Ltd in the city.
KSL Hair boasted of visits by former Celtic ace Leigh Griffiths and ex-Hibs and Hoops striker Anthony Stokes. The hair transplant clinic, where clients paid up to £7k for treatments, was owned by Simon and Kayleigh Lindsay and closed in March 2018 after dozens of customer complaints before the company finally dissolved in 2019.
Initial concerns about Dr Ruiz Alconero's clinical standards were raised with the General Medical Council (GMC) in May 2018 by the patients.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk