Rick Miller

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MSc., BSc., RD.
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London W1G
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About us

Rick is a consultant dietitian (dietician) specialising in gastroenterology, mens' health and sports nutrition based at 25 Harley Street, London and King Edward VII's Hospital, Marylebone.

Rick is passionate about improving the lives of his patients and takes a holistic approach to treatment having received training in sports nutrition, functional and lifestyle medicine, naturopathy, ecological medicine and quantum biological techniques. He combines integrative and orthodox medicine to create a tailored service for his patients that best fits their needs and preferences to achieve optimal health.

In association with expert personal training colleagues, Rick also runs a men's health specialist clinic called Miller Health at 25 Harley Street.

He offers a hybrid of bespoke online and in-person appointments with mens'-health specific investigation as well as exercise programs and advanced body composition transformation using advanced performance testing.

If you need help with treatment, tired of getting no where with your body composition or want to take your sports performance to the next level, send Rick a message today for a no-obligation 15 minute chat to see he can help. 

Training, qualifications & experience

Rick is a highly experienced dietitian having spent more than 20 years as a nutritionist and 12 as a dietitian.

He qualified from St Andrews University in Human Biology in 2004, obtained Masters in Sport & Exercise Nutrition from Loughborough University in 2008 before qualifying as a dietitian in 2010.

A number of those years were in the NHS covering specialities such as mens' and womens' health, nutrition for ageing, malnutrition with enteral feeding, gastroenterology, cardiology and rehabilitation, diabetes, paediatrics and obesity with bariatric surgery. 

Rick is also a visiting lecturer in sports and clinical nutrition to leading UK Universities as well as international sports nutrition certifications. 

Rick has extensive experience working with both novice and professional athletes up to Olympic standard and is able to perform expert anthropometric assessments (skin fold analyses) for those in need of optimising their body composition for sport or performance or arrange for DEXA scans at 25 Harley Street. 

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£295.00 per session

Health Insurance/EAP

  • BUPA
  • WPA

Additional information

Clinical appointments with Rick at King Edward VII's Hospital for both men and women are £499 (in-person) or £295 (online only) for 60 minutes. 

Rick's clinical appointment details can be found here: https://www.rickmillerdietitian.co.uk/

Miller Health offer various packages for mens' health including dietitian appointments, health testing, blood work, DEXA scans and more.

All of which can all be found at: https://www.millerhealth.london/services

Summary of the services: 

Explore - Mens' Health Testing consisting of indirect calorimetry, DEXA scan and 55 marker blood test - £1499 (with report and 30 minute consult with Rick Miller)

Engage - Online personalised nutrition and/or online personal trainer membership starting at £299 per month. 

Executive - 12-week, intensive, in-person personal training and nutrition support package with mens' specific testing. Enquire for a personalised quotation. 

When we work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

Hours are for online appointments and for those with Miller Health looking for testing-only packages (Engage)

Clinical in-person appointments are Fridays.

Further information

Rick and Jack are hosts of the Miller & Everton Podcast, which can be found on our YouTube Channel @millerandeverton

Rick is unique amongst his peers as a medico-legal trained dietitian holding a postgraduate diploma from Cardiff University. He reports to His Majesty's Courts and tribunal service as a medical expert witness for various cases on instruction from major legal firms in medical malpractice. 

Rick understands the rigours of athlete performance having competed in martial arts (Shotokan Karate) up to international level since high school and still trains today. 

25 Harley Street, London, Greater London, W1G 9QW

King Edward Vii Hospital For Officers, 5-10 Beaumont Street, London, Greater London, W1G 6AA

Type of session

In person
Home visits

Types of client

Young people (13-17)
Adults (25-64)
Older Adults (65+)

Key details

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There is lift access throughout 25 Harley Street and King Edward VII's Hospital

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