Marylebone Health & Beauty
Health & Beauty neighborhood
Ahmed F. Massoud, M.D.
The Portland Hospital, Marylebone
Dr. Massoud is an experienced, reliable, and skilled pediatrician. He's wonderful with children and also puts parents at ease. The Portland Hospital location is a private practice, but Dr. Massoud also practices through the NHS at Northwick Park and St Mark’s Hospitals.
Alfred Cutner, M.D.
University College Hospital, Marylebone
Gynecologist Alfred Cutner offers specialist consultations, investigations, and treatments to women with benign gynecological conditions at The Portland Hospital. He also runs an NHS practice at the teaching hospital at University College Hospital London. His main interest is laparoscopic surgery and its application in urogynaecology, endometriosis, fibroids, and pediatric and adolescent gynecology. Sounds complicated but, to sum it up, he's an excellent, well-rounded doctor.
UME Diagnostics, 27 Harley St., Marylebone
Andrea Hurst is a specialist in reflexology based in Mayfair and Marylebone (though she also does home visits, and travels extensively). While those in need of a quick dose of intense relaxation might go to Andrea for a one hour "Reset" session, her longer "Restore" and "Regeneration" sessions offer a much more holistic experience. Through pressure points in the feet, Andrea can assess what body systems might need work—everything from eye and gum health to digestion and back pain—and zero in on those ailments. Her treatments are also highly recommended for anyone with sleep issues and severe jet-lag as she's a pro at reestablishing circadian rhythm.
Content Beauty & Wellbeing
14 Bulstrode Street, Marlyebone, London
Open for over a decade, this Marylebone shop is part clean, nontoxic beauty store and part amazing day spa. Upstairs, colorful shelves are stocked with Four Sigmatic, Intelligent Nutrients, Oskia, Juice Beauty, and Vintner’s Daughter. You can book a full or express facial using the store’s most popular brands—Pai Skincare and Tata Harper—and withdraw to the super quiet treatment rooms downstairs.
57 Harley Street, Marylebone
Ed, or Physio Ed is well known for providing rehabilitation for professional athletes, singers, and dancers at his Harley Street studio. In fact, he services, a majority of London's West End shows and music acts. Even if you're not one of the above, he, or any of the therapists at his clinic, are guaranteed to help you overcome any bodily ailment through manual therapy and a series of exercises tailored to your needs. The studio also includes a sizable gym where they can prescribe personalized exercise routines for muscular rehab.There's a new second location in Belsize Park.
Georges Mouton, M.D.
7 Park Crescent, Marylebone
Dr. Mouton practices functional medicine, and accordingly, he believes that nutrition and a healthy digestive system are the key to general wellbeing. Holistic in every sense of the word, an appointment at his office at the Hale Clinic translates into a series of tests and questionnaires around your eating habits and general health. Focusing on thyroid function and metabolism, he uses your information to create a roadmap to your optimum state, which will likely involve dietary changes.
70 Mortimer St., Marylebone
Glow Bar is a welcome one-stop wellness shop in one of the more chaotic parts of town. The philosophy centers around stress management in the form of sipping, sweating, and shopping. The café section is a calming pink and green corner with an adaptogen-heavy menu of moon milks, smoothies, and pitaya bowls to help soothe the nervous system. The infrared sauna is meant to assist with sleep and collagen production, while the shop is stocked with clean beauty, herbs, and other wellness essentials.
Jitendra Vara, D.O.
1 Oldbury Place, Marylebone
While Dr. Vara can treat just about any musculoskeletal injury, it's his abilities when it comes to pain management—everything from treating back pain to recurring headaches—that make him so popular. He's also great with (and qualified to treat) children. With two clinics in Sussex, he's a busy guy, but he does make it to his London clinic every Monday.
Nish Joshi, D.O.
57 Wimpole St., Marylebone
Dr. Joshi trained in India as a medical doctor but turned to Osteopathy and then complementary medicine as he was frustrated with the limitations of conventional medicine. Well versed in everything from Ayurveda, to acupuncture, to colon hydrotherapy, hypnotherapy, and more, a visit will invariably include a mix of these, plus a detox—the idea is to rid the body of the harmful toxins at the root of illness, rather than treat symptoms.
Professor Fares Haddad
The Princess Grace Hospital, Marylebone
The runners and hard-core exercisers of London know Dr. Fares Haddad as the very best knee surgeon in town. An orthopedic surgeon, he specializes in sports, trauma, and lower limb reconstruction.
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