About Dr. Nyjon Eccles
Dr Nyjon Eccles is one of the most respected Integrated Medicine physicians in the UK and has been at the forefront in the use of pioneering, innovative and ground breaking natural healthcare over the last decade.
He holds a raft of medical and academic qualifications, including the MBBS, and is a Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP). He also holds a PhD in Pharmacology (London).
Over the years, Dr Eccles has built an enviable reputation as a champion for men and women looking for access to a wider range of treatment and prevention options in managing their health.
Practising from a comfortable and welcoming clinic in Harley Street, Central London, Dr Eccles specialises in Breast Thermography, Natural Menopause treatment, including Natural Bioidentical Hormone Replacement, Better Ageing programs and Natural Hair Restoration (having developed a revolutionary effective formula which is International patent pending).
His pioneering use of non-invasive ThermoCheck® breast thermography screening, which allows early detection of breast cancer risk, offers women of all ages the opportunity to have regular, unlimited and radiation-free check-ups that are scientifically proven to be effective and yet are not available via the NHS.
He believes the availability of a screening tool which can detect risk many years before symptoms present themselves offers an unprecedented opportunity to reduce the ongoing rise in breast cancer occurrence because it allows the possibility of reversing risk through correct attention to lifestyle and key nutritional supplementation.
Dr Eccles writes and lectures regularly on topics that include natural cancer patient support, the medical benefits of good nutrition, breast health and nutrition, prostate health and nutrition, Breast thermography and natural Anti-ageing.
He has featured in Who’s Who in the World annually since 2010 and was recognised in Who’s Who in Medicine & Healthcare between 2011-2017 and 2019 for his outstanding contribution to the field of medicine.