Dr Ghazala Aziz-Scott
Clinical Lead Doctor at the Marion Gluck Clinic
Marion Gluck Clinic
Dr Ghazala Aziz-Scott studied Medicine at Cambridge University and graduated with a Masters in Neuroscience, Medical Ethics and Law. She transferred to Oxford University for her clinical training where she also completed her specialist GP training scheme, gaining her membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) in 1995. She was an experienced senior GP in a large NHS partnership in West London for over two decades but is now the Clinical Lead Doctor for the Marion Gluck Clinic providing an expertise in integrative women's health, bioidentical hormone balancing and Functional Medicine. Ghazala has always been drawn to a holistic approach to treating patients respecting the physical, psychological and spiritual dimensions that impact health and wellness. She has trained with the Marion Gluck Training Academy and the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM) having done the introductory AFMCP in Seattle, USA and six advanced practice modules for full certification.
Ghazala uses the functional approach to treat a range of hormonal conditions such as perimenopause, menopause, PCOS, endometriosis, PMS/PMDD, adrenal fatigue and andropause. Bioidentical hormones are prescribed as needed and treatment often involves nutritional therapy and other therapeutic interventions influenced by the wisdom of ancient healing systems such as Ayurveda.
' Trust, empathy, communication and partnership are the cornerstones through which I hold space in the consultation. My deepest hope is to empower the patient to understand their own narrative to promote optimum health, balance and healing'
Ghazala thrives on educating and presents the Marion Gluck Training Academy courses on BHRT and a thyroid masterclass. She was also a guest lecturer on the IFM advanced hormone module in 2022, for ION and the Ultimate Hormones Conference. She is a regular contributor to national publications on a wide range of health topics and was featured in Forbes regarding menopause policy in the workplace