Discover our Team
London Clinic For Medicine and Surgery employs specialist doctors who played a key role in making the Olympics 2012, London a success.
Our medical staff are professionals with vast experience in developing the competencies of medical personnel.
Omar MowlanaCo-founder & Chief Strategy Officer
Mr Ziali SivardeenCo-founder & Clinical Lead
Mr Ramesh NadarajahSenior Consultant (Spine)
Prof Max FehilySenior Consultant
Prof Nicola MaffulliSenior Consultant (Foot/Ankle/Knee)
Chris MyersSenior Physiotherapist
Sunil KambhSenior Physiotherapist
Stephen BurkeSenior Physiotherapist
Omar Mowlana is a highly experienced global leadership development consultant. Prior to joining LCMS, for eight and half years he served as Adviser, Human Resource Management at the Commonwealth Secretariat, which is the headquarters to the 54 Commonwealth countries. He was the principal specialist responsible for Public Sector Leadership Development and Human Resource Management Policy and provided policy research, strategic advice, training and consulting to member governments, working across five continents to institutionalize Human Resource Policy coherence and enhance public service productivity.
His interests are in Governance, Institutional Development and formulation of Public Policy for Sustainable Development, with special interest in Sustainable Development Goal related to health financing, recruitment, development, training and retention of health workforce.
Omar carried out several Policy Studies/consultancy assignments for the WHO; JICA;Ministry of Health/ IDA/ WB;UNDP; UN-ESCAP/LOGOTRI and GTZ.
His Policy study on “Review of the Current Basis of Resource Allocation for Health Care by the Government to the Provinces” was published by the WHO and the Macro Economic Commission in Sri Lanka and his work on “Contract Employment in the Pacific Region” was published by the Commonwealth Secretariat, United Kingdom.
He served as consultant to Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) to carry out a study on “Decentralisation Process in Sri Lanka- A Situational Analysis” as part of the Master Plan Study for Strengthening Health Sector in Sri Lanka.
Omar was also appointed National Consultant by the Ministry of Health in Sri Lanka to carry out a National Survey titled, “Health and Health Systems Responsiveness” funded by the World Health Organisation.
He was instrumental in obtaining funding from IDRC,Canada to develop an intranet solution for a pioneering blood donor network system which was introduced in Sri Lanka.
Mr Ziali Sivardeen
Ziali Sivardeen is a Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon, who is one of only a few Triple Fellowship Trained surgeons in the UK. He has treated many high level athletes and sports professionals, with knee, shoulder or elbow problems.
He was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at one of the University Hospitals in London in 2008. He worked there as the Surgical Lead or Joint Service Lead for the Sports Injury Service from 2009 to 2015.
In the summer of 2012, Mr Sivardeen had the honour and privilege of being appointed as one of an exclusive number of specialist sports surgeons to be involved within the 2012 London Olympics including on site at the state of the art London 2012 athlete’s village, where he provided acute cover to the world’s leading athletes and Olympians.
This involved being a vital member of the dedicated sports surgeons’ team which treated injuries to athletes meaning any athlete needing surgery for any Shoulder and Elbow injury, Mr Sivardeen was the surgeon who performed the surgery. As a vital member of the team of Olympic sports surgeons, Mr Sivardeen was invited to a special reception organised by LOCOG at Buckingham Palace in recognition of his contribution to the athlete’s sports surgery and injury service at the hugely successful London 2012 Olympics.
Mr Sivardeen is heavily involved in training of other specialist surgeons. He has held important positions representing the prestigious Royal Colleges Of Surgeons, first as a Tutor from 2010-2014, before being appointed as a Regional Surgical Representative for London. He has worked as a Specialist Training Committee member for both Trauma & Orthopaedics and Sports & Exercise Medicine in London. In 2015, he organised the Monthly Teaching Programme for Sports and Exercise Medicine trainees, in England
In addition to his significant medical practice and clinical experience, Mr Sivardeen is also considered an academic and expert within his specialisations; therefore he has been invited around the world to deliver lectures, and master classes teaching other surgeons, consultants and practitioners.
His research interests include orthopaedic shoulder and knee problems, including sports injuries in elite rugby players. He has had in excess of 70 papers accepted for presentation at prestigious national and international meetings.
At the main World Shoulder and Elbow Meeting in 2010 held in Edinburgh his research was the only piece from the UK that was short-listed for the best prize and he was invited to give an educational talk at the next World Shoulder and Elbow Meeting (ISCES) held in Japan in 2013.A keen sportsman himself, he has played rugby, football and cricket at various representative levels including rugby at county and university level.
Mr Ramesh Nadarajah
Mr Ramesh Nadarajah is an adult and paediatric spinal surgeon. He works at Guys and St Thomas’ hospital and also at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. He has an honorary contract at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen’s Square, for his adult transition care.
Ramesh provides a dedicated tertiary spinal deformity service to patients from south east England and from other spinal units for patients with complex spinal disorders. The focus of his work is to improve the diagnosis, management and long-term outcome for patients with a spinal deformity at all ages. One area of particular interest is early onset scoliosis and the development of new techniques and instrumentation to grow the spine while controlling spinal deformity. At present, he is a principal investigator of a national prospective trial looking at the use of magnetic growing rods for use in children with scoliosis.
Ramesh is also actively involved in training and teaching undergraduate students and postgraduate doctors and is a faculty member of several national spinal courses. He has published in a number of peer reviewed medical journals and has been an invited speaker in major national and international meetings and conferences.
Prof Max Fehily
I studied medicine at Trinity College Dublin and completed my initial surgical training both there and in the UK, before undertaking specialist orthopaedic training in the north west. During my training, I gained a Masters in Orthopaedic Engineering and was published in the leading orthopaedic journals. I have completed fellowship training in knee and hip surgery and made a number of visits to internationally recognised centres, both in the UK and the US to further my expertise.
I specialise in surgery of the hip and I have a particular interest in young athletes with soft-tissue hip problems, as well as complex reconstruction of the hip in the older patient. I perform hip arthroscopies (keyhole) regularly and have designed a comprehensive rehabilitation program to complement this surgery. I perform a full range of hip replacement surgeries for young patients with childhood disease, older patients who wish to maintain an active lifestyle and revisional surgery for patients who have failing hip replacements. I regularly treat high level athletes, ranging from dedicated amateurs to commonwealth and world championship competitors.
I am also a member of the Regional Training Committee and an Honorary Professor at Salford University. I regularly teach on hip arthroscopy courses within the North West and is a member of the faculty of national and international courses teaching hip arthroscopy to orthopaedic surgeons. I regularly attend national and international conferences which focus on advances in hip surgery.
Prof Nicola Maffulli
Prof Nicola Maffulli Is widely recognised as one of the world’s most eminent Consultant Orthopaedic and Sports Injury Surgeons.
An ESSKA Sports Medicine Travelling Fellow in 1997 and an ABC Travelling Fellow in 1998, Prof Maffulli has been the President of the British Orthopaedic Sports Trauma Association, and sits on many committees in Sports Medicine and in Trauma and Orthopaedics. He is an Editorial Board Member of some 10 Sports Medicine and Trauma and Orthopaedic Journals.
Prof Nicola Maffulli worked in Keele University as the Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, establishing an extremely productive research programme. In December 2008, Nicola returned to London as the Centre Lead and Professor of Sports and Exercise Medicine.
He has published close to 500 articles in peer reviewed journals, and has edited several textbooks.
He was appointed by The London Organising Committee to lead the Orthopaedic Sports Foot and Ankle Surgery Service at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. During the games Professor Maffuli led a team of six consultants in the Orthopaedic Sports Foot and Ankle Surgery Service and was based at the ExCeL centre where he was the Field of Play Doctor for the Olympic Wrestling Tournament.
Chris Myers is a highly experienced and specialised physiotherapist & osteopath in musculoskeletal medicine and sports injuries. He currently splits his time between Elite sport and his Physiotherapy Practice.
He has worked with England squash, British Athletics, Tottenham Hotspur FC, Reading FC, Great Britain Badminton and he worked as a physiotherapist at the World University Games in China in 2011; at London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. Chris has a Masters in Sports Medicine and uses a variety of manual treatment techniques including joint manipulation, soft tissue therapy, and acupuncture to get his clients out of pain and back to full function.
He combines his hands on treatment with well structured, and functional rehabilitation following an injury or operation. Chris is one of the few physiotherapists in the country to also be a musculoskeletal sonographer and uses diagnostic ultrasound to diagnose muscle, ligament, tendon, joint and nerve problems.
Sunil is the owner and director of The Physiotherapy and Injury Centre and received his Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Brunel University in West London. Sunil has 15 years of clinical experience in orthopaedic musculoskeletal and sports injury and has practiced in a variety of settings.
Specialising in advanced manual therapy, his areas of expertise include shoulder rehabilitation, Anterior knee pain, post-surgical knee & hip rehabilitation, as well as acute cervical/lumbar/sacral dysfunction.
Stephen Burke is a Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist at the Homerton University Hospital. He has an interest in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, MRI scan and Guided injections. He has played a key role in the development of the Sports Injury service. He is heavily involved in teaching and education. He has been regularly invited to give practical demonstrations and teach on major radiology courses