When Dr Daniel graduated in 1991, she was the youngest doctor registered in Brittany, west of France. Dr Daniel opened her own practice the same year and worked as a physician at the psychiatric hospital where she was in charge of medical issues other than psychiatric issues. As part of her interest in infections and preventive medicine, Dr Daniel specialised in Tropical medicine in 1995. She was asked at the time 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 Masters in Public Health and Nutrition at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where she gained an understanding of the link between life style and diseases. Following her Masters, she worked for 3 years as a NHS GP, while studying further preventive medicine.
When Dr Daniel succeeded Dr Philip Edmondson at 99 Harley Street in 2002, she kept the traditional approach to private practice with excellence in diagnosis, communication and prompt referral to the best physicians in London, whilst introducing the use of new technology in terms of preventive medicine.
Dr Daniel offers treatment in the tradition of western medicine. Her long and extensive work experience in France and England has enabled her to treat patients from any cultural background. Her knowledge and interest in Nutrition, as well as its links with diseases and health allow her to offer patients a clear understanding on how to adapt their lifestyle to feel better and the benefits of the treatment prescribed.