Dr Meeta Tanna

I graduated in Medicine from Southampton University in 1997. I have been a General Practitioner for 14 years and continue to work in the NHS with an interest in all aspects of healthcare.

I became a functional medicine practitioner because I believe that conventional medicine treats long-term health problems by treating symptoms and not the root cause. This way of practising medicine is not enough to help most people get better.

This led me to train further with the Institute of Functional Medicine studying the underlying cause of long-term conditions.

I believe that good health is possible by focusing our attention not just on the body but also the mind. I have practised yoga and meditation all of my life. In 2017 I became a Kundalini yoga teacher and mindfulness coach teaching adults and children.