The Manchester United assistant manager and former player has invested in the Knutsford-based clinic which officially opened its doors earlier this year.
Giggs joins former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan OBE who joined forces with the MHR Clinic team as one of their founding partners.
Speaking on the business, Vaughan said: “When the opportunity came up to be part of MHR it seemed like a sound business investment and a perfect solution to a personal issue I’ve been fighting for years.
“Over the years I’ve received countless press on my ‘squirrel’ and finally I’ve found a permanent solution with a business and a brand I trust to put my name against.
“The cutting edge technology and advanced retention techniques have finally given me a solution to a battle I know I’m not the first man to face, and also a head of hair I used to own in my 20’s.”
Since retiring from professional football, Giggs has kept himself busy with investments in restaurants, a hotel, and Salford FC, as well as working as the club’s assistant manager.
A statement on the MHR website reads: “Ryan is delighted to invest in this industry with us at MHR and excited to be a part of a team with the belief of providing the best programmes and treatments on the market today, whilst giving what’s right for the individual at affordable prices, in fantastic surroundings and premium levels of service and aftercare.”
MHR's clinic is based at Cherry Tree Farm in Knutsford, Cheshire. The company has signed a five year lease with Monckton Properties on an exclusive converted barn.