Meet the Team
There are many clinicians linked to the Olympia Clinic who are all specialists in joint problems and sports injuries. Surgery is performed by various surgeons who are linked to the clinic, each are specialists in their field of expertise. The Medical and Anaesthetic side of your care is performed by different excellent anaesthetists.
There are many excellent physiotherapists whom we recommend and often help us to treat patients with various conditions, and help them rehabilitate after surgery.
Some of the clinicians linked to the clinic are listed below.
Ziali Sivardeen – (Shoulder/Knee)
Ziali Sivardeen is an Orthopaedic Specialist who has treated many high level athletes and sports professionals, with Shoulder, or Knee problems.
During the London 2012 Olympics, Mr Sivardeen worked at the state of the art athlete’s village and had the honour of being the Surgeon who operated on all Olympians and ParaOlympians that required Shoulder or Elbow Surgery during the Games. Due to his role, Mr Sivardeen was invited to a special reception at Buckingham Palace. read more
Professor Nicola Maffulli
Professor Nicola Maffulli – (Foot/Ankle/Knee)
Professor Nicola Maffulli is a top Consultant Orthopaedic and Sports Injury Surgeon. He is responsible for pioneering revolutionary new procedures and techniques in foot and ankle surgery, and he is responsible for fixing some of the UK’s top sportsmen and women, including Premiership football players as well as Track and field Athletes and international rugby players.
Professor Nicola Maffulli was selected by The London Organising Committee to lead Orthopaedic Sports Foot and Ankle Surgery Service at the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. read more
Mr Ramesh Nadarajah
Mr Ramesh Nadarajah – (Spines)
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. read more
Professor Max Fehily – (Hips)
Professor Fehily is the Clinical Director and lead surgeon at The Manchester Hip Clinic and practises at Spire Manchester. He specialises in surgery of the hip and has a particular interest in hip preserving or key-hole surgery and innovative hip replacements.
He is one of the leading hip arthroscopy surgeons in the UK and performs over 160 of these procedures a year, making The Manchester Hip Clinic one of the highest volume centres in the country. He has pioneered the use of stem cells in hip surgery to regenerate cartilage damage.read more
Chris Myers – (Physiotherapy)
Chris is a highly experienced and specialised physiotherapist & osteopath in musculoskeletal medicine and sports injuries. He currently splits his time between elite sport and at Complete Physio (Moorgate & Chelsea clinics).
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 and to work at London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. read more
Sunil Khambh – (Physiotherapy)
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 To make an appointment directly please contact T: 0208 500 6678
Umana Noordeen qualified as a physiotherapist in 2004 from the University of Birmingham with honours and went onto complete her Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy in 2009.
She is a highly experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist with over 10 years of practice working with various institutions in the Maldives and the UK.
In addition to private practice Umana’s interest in sports physiotherapy has led her to work with athletes ranging from track and field Olympic medallists to amateur marathon runners. Umana is the lead physiotherapist for the Maldives Olympic committee and looked after the team at the London 2012, Rio 2016 Olympics and Glasgow 2014 Common Wealth Games