DR VIJAY MURTHY

Dr.Vijay Murthy is an ayurvedic doctor & naturopath providing complementary health care by integrating his vast clinical and research experience. Taking a functional medicine approach, Dr. Vijay helps individuals attain their best possible health potential in preventing and managing a wide range of chronic illnesses.

He assists his patients in transiting through important stages of life such as reproductive age, menopause or andropause. Ayurveda, nutrition, life style medicine, detoxification, rejuvenation and mind-body approaches are core to his patient-centered practice based on his diverse medical education and clinical background spanning across India, New Zealand, Australia and England since his first set of medical qualifications in 1994.

After nine years of training in Ayurveda alongside medical sciences at medical teaching hospitals from Bangalore University, Dr.Vijay worked in private practice, hospitals, communities and herbal manufacturing, later becoming academic and research leader at a leading natural therapies college in New Zealand. His Masters in public health from the University of Auckland and PhD in Australia on women’s use of complementary and alternative medicine combined with continuous clinical practice has fine-tuned Dr.Vijay’s methods of practicing. Dr.Vijay is committed to understanding the causes of his patients’ conditions and supporting them by taking non-invasive holistic and individualised approaches to regaining health.

Dr. Vijay is also the host of the UK Health Radio Show Unlock Your Health. 

Listen on Demand here.

Professional Memberships
Qualifications
  • B.Nat (NZ): Bachelor of Naturopathy, Wellpark College of Natural Therapies, New Zealand 

  • B.Ayu Med & Surgery (IN): Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery, Bangalore University, India.

  • M.Surgery (Ayu): Master of Surgery Ayurveda, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, India.

  • MPH (NZ): Master of Public Health, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • FRSPH: Fellow, Royal Society for Public Health, UK

Board Memberships