Dr Alix Daniel – Private GP London
Harley Street Medical Centre – Private GP London
Health Assessment London
Dr Alix Daniel is an advocate for preventive medicine and has been so for the past 26 years. These days there is a significant focus, presented through the media, about preventive health, linked to eating a balanced diet, regular exercise, stress management and general healthy living.
Dr Daniel believes that whilst all this is essential to longevity, traditional, western medicine also plays a vital role in ensuring that any medical conditions are diagnosed early to stand the best chance of success in treatment.
By combining lifestyle choices with regular, personalised health screening tests and medical testing using new and innovative technology, you can maintain optimum health levels and minimise your risk of disease. This is the focus of her work in our private Harley Street Medical Centre.
Dr Daniel’s values are:
Foresight Medical Centre integrates these core values at all stages with:
- Excellence in diagnosis.
- Prompt referral to the best physicians in London.
- Trust in science and in advances in medicine and digital health.
- Relationship with our patient based upon trust and respect.
- Kindness, openness and holistic orientation.
- Benevolence rather than empathy or compassion.
Dr Daniel succeeded Dr Philip Edmondson at 99 Harley Street in 2002 and set out to continue promoting the benefits of preventative medicine in her daily work.
She offers treatment in the tradition of western medicine, combining her knowledge and interest in Nutrition, as well as it’s links with disease and health, allowing her to offer you a clear understanding on how to adapt your lifestyle to feel better and feel the benefits of the treatment prescribed.
Her long and extensive work experience in France and England enables her to communicate with people from all backgrounds, treating everyone as an individual.
Dr Daniel graduated in 1991 and became the youngest doctor registered at the time, in Brittany, France. In the same year, Dr Daniel opened her own practice whilst working as a physician at the psychiatric hospital. Here she was in charge of medical issues other than psychiatric.
In 1995, Dr Daniel specialised in Tropical medicine, as part of her continued interest in preventive medicine, including infections. Subsequently, Dr Daniel was asked to open West Brittany’s first travel clinic at the University hospital in Brest.
In 1998, to complement her knowledge in preventive medicine, Dr Daniel came to London to study a Master in Public Health and Nutrition at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. It was here that she gained an in-depth understanding of the links between lifestyle and diseases.
Following her Master, she worked for 3 years as a NHS GP, while studying further preventive medicine.