Dr Mohammed Tariq Khan

Dr Mohammed Tariq KhanTel: 020 3448 8880
Email: tariq.khan9@nhs.net

Location:
Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine



Professional background

Dr M Tariq Khan, PhD, BSc (Hons), BSc PodMed, MChS, FCPodMed, FFPM RCPS (Glasgow).

Member of society of chiropodists and podiatrists (MChS)
member of the faculty of homeopathy (DFHom (pod))
Registered with HPC
PhD ( Pharmacognosy), Faculty of Medicine, University of London

Consultant Podiatrist and Director of the Marigold clinic

Fellow of the College of Podiatry,
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow
Member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists
HCPC registered.

Research interests

  • Podiatric conditions: Viral warts and verruca pedis
  • Inflammatory joint conditions
  • Fungal infections
  • Epidermolysis bullosa
  • Bunions, plantar fasciitis
  • Keratderma
  • Wound healing

Publications

Robert A. Hadfield, , Tracey C. Vlahovic, , M. Tariq Khan, Uses of Marigold Therapy in podiatric skin conditions, The Foot & Ankle Journal 1 (7): 1

Khan M.T. and Khan M.T. snr (1998) Identification criteria for Thuja (species) used in medicine, Journal of Pharmacy and pharmacology, vol 50, p82

Khan M.T., Cerio R, Khan M.T. snr (1998) The efficacy of Thuja occidentalis on verruca pedis in children and adults, Journal of the European Academy of Dermatologist and Venereology. Vol 11 pS150

Khan M.T., Cerio R, Watt R, Khan M.T. snr (1999) A double blind placebo study of topical Thuja occidentalis on verruca pedis in children and adults, Journal of the European Academy of Dermatologist and Venereology. Vol 1 pS251

Khan M.T., Cerio R, Watt R, Khan M.T. snr (2000) Phytotherapy with subfractions of topical Thuja occidentalis on verruca pedis, The British journal of Dermatology. Vol 143, sup 57 p33

Khan M.T. snr and Khan M.T. (2000) Treatment of diabetic foot ulcer with homoeopathic podiatry, proceedings International Medical League, Budapest, Hungary.

Khan M.T. snr and Khan M.T. (2000), Treatment of plantar hyperkeratosis with homoeopathic podiatry, Podiatry Now, Vol 3, p112, Dec 2000

Khan M.T., Cerio R, Watt R, Khan M.T. snr (2001) A double blind placebo study of topical Thuja occidentalis on verruca pedis in children and adults, The Pharmaceutical Congress of the Americas

Khan M.T., Cerio R, Khan M.T. snr (2001) Homoeopathy and the treatment of warts and verruca pedis, Improving the success of Homoeopathy 3: 22-23 Feb 2001. p67

Khan M.T. snr and Khan M.T.  (2001) homoeopathic podiatry in the treatment of Hallux abducto valgus and bunion, improving the success of Homoeopathy 3: 22-23 Feb 2001. p97.

Khan M.T. snr and Khan M.T. (2001) Marigold therapy for bunions-a randomised controlled study, FOCUS, Vol 6, issue 1, March 2001, p83.

GMC/GDC number: HCPC number: CH12194