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Corporate services

We provide specialist education, training and medical consultation in corporate wellness and workplace health.

Our goal is to enhance the health and wellbeing of our patients, and in turn, maximise workforce productivity for our corporate clients. We want all employees to take ownership for their health and wellbeing and perform at their best, all the time. We disseminate our expert knowledge and provide the highest level of education on all aspects of wellness and wellbeing.

corporate wellness

Key facts

Musculoskeletal injury accounts for;

of all work-related illness (with back and neck pain being the most common)
of all work days lost
days lost each year in the UK (estimated)
days/year/person lost (on average)
rehabilitation and therapy 2

What we do

  • London Bridges Sports Medicine provides education and medical consultation on key health topics affecting workplace health and wellness.
  • We create bespoke learning packages for corporations and companies of all shapes and sizes, to suit their individual needs.
  • Our educational content is flexible and can adapt to client requirements. This may include lectures, workshops, seminars and e-learning programmes.
  • We provide personalised health solutions that suit the needs of the individual patient and the company.
  • We provide expert Consultant Physician-led assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation for musculoskeletal injury.

Our team can advise on the following subject matter;

Risk assessment, manual handling and injury prevention

A risk assessment is a careful examination of what could cause harm to people in the workplace. Employers have a legal obligation to protect the health and safety of their workforce.

A good risk assessment will help avoid accidents, ill-health and save companies money by reducing lost output, compensation claims and by lowering insurance premiums.

LBSM provides a risk assessment on manual handling tasks by focusing on task load, the working environment and individual capability.

LBSM provide a full range of risk assessment such as Display, Screen and Equipment (DSE) and Assessment of Repetitive Tasks (ART).

After a full workplace assessment, we are able to risk categorise staff and create individualised injury prevention plans.


Musculoskeletal Biomechanical Assessment and Profiling

We all move differently. Understanding a person’s biomechanics and movement profile is vital when assessing and preventing injury. 

LBSM takes the health and wellness principles used to keep athletes performing at their physical best and applies it to the workforce population.
LBSM uses the latest techniques in Sports Medicine to provide individual or group biomechanical assessment, reducing the risk of injury.

Musculoskeletal workplace injury and rehabilitation

LBSM performs an expert clinical assessment of upper and lower limb disorders and trunk related pain including neck and back pain.

We provide the best evidence-based and cost-effective clinical therapies ensuring ‘time away from desk’ is minimised.

Our practitioners frequently rehabilitate elite sports people back to a high-performance environment quickly and effectively, applying their skills and knowledge to the workforce population.

Onsite Medical Consultation

We provide expert medical consultations (on and off-site) for corporate policy members.

Our doctors and medical practitioners are approved by all the major health insurance companies and work as part of existing insurance policies.

Mental health and wellbeing

Mental health and wellbeing are intrinsically linked to musculoskeletal health.

Our medical practitioners are highly trained in mental health, wellbeing and performance coaching We believe in providing a holistic, personalised approach when treating and educating our patients.

Sleep hygiene and strategy

Over 70% of company workers suffer from poor quality sleep, drastically affecting their performance.

Better sleep quality has been proven to improve health, reduce illness and injury and improve performance.

We provide sleep hygiene advice, such as tailored sleep training programmes and travel advice. LBSM can help companies have oversight on the sleep quantity and quality of their workforce.

Diet and nutrition

Our nutrition has a significant impact on how we feel and perform.

Elite athletes fine tune their diets to maximise physical and mental performance as well as recovery.

LBSM physicians provide expert advise on how diet and nutritional intake and supplementation can be adapted to reduce disease (such as type 2 diabetes), promote good health and increase productivity.

Absenteeism, presenteeism and staff burnout

London Bridge Sports Medicine believes a healthy workforce is a productive one.

Workplace interventions reduce absenteeism, presenteeism and staff burnout by 40%.

We work with HR departments to help monitor staff productivity and improve well-being trends.

We are familiar with most Human Resource software.

Innovative workplace solutions

Sedentary behaviour in the workplace is a significant risk factor for poor health and wellbeing.

We work with clients to incorporate innovative workplace design solutions that will improve workforce health and wellbeing.

Transformative health technology

We offer guidance on the implementation of technology solutions (e.g. step count, wearable technology) and can advise which technologies have the best clinical evidence and outcomes.

We provide training for HR departments and employees to become proficient in a variety health technologies.

Health technology can empower patients to take ownership for their own health and wellbeing.

Wellbeing programmes

We work with HR departments to design a bespoke wellbeing programme and calendar fixtures that will suit the employee needs.

By working closely with allied health professionals such as mental health professionals, occupational health and lifestyle practitioners (e.g. smoking cessation), we are able to provide a full corporate wellness package.

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    Orla Mulligan
    Administration and Social Media Manager
    Administration, LBSM

    Orla Mulligan is the administration and social media manager for LBSM. She has a strong background in sport having herself played netball at an elite standard for the U21s Northern Ireland team in the European Championships as well as the U21s competition for Saracen Mavericks.

    She understands youth sport pathways having herself played and training in the netball Kent regional pathway. She has a keen interest in most sports and a good understanding of how injury and illness can impact on the mind and body, as well as rehabilitation pathways.

    She looks forward to speaking and assisting LBSM patients and gives her best support to them during their treatment pathway.

    A day in the life of Orla involves communicating with patients via phone and email, managing and organising clinics, operations and media management.

    Outside of work, Orla is a gym enthusiast, enjoys tennis and still finds the time for an occasional game of netball.

    Maddie Tait
    BSc, MSc
    Associate, LBSM
    Musculoskeletal and Sports Podiatrist

    Maddie treats and manages complex foot and ankle injuries in London and Surrey.

    She is particularly interested in helping her patients improve their quality of life and achieve their personal goals, working closely with Foot and Ankle Consultants, Sports Medicine Doctors and Physiotherapists.

    Maddie has a sporting background herself having previously represented England in Hockey. She understands the demands of elite sport and the importance of physical and mental health. In her spare time, Maddie continues to enjoy an active lifestyle by running, cycling and attending a Pilates class.

    Having graduated from University of Brighton with a MSc (hons) in Podiatry, Maddie focused her career in Podiatric Sports Injuries and Biomechanics. Previously she completed a BSc (hons) in Sport Science at Loughborough University.

    A day in the life of Maddie involves consulting patients in clinic, performing gait and biomechanical assessments, measuring and fitting orthotics and braces. She also regularly teaches and presents at sports medicine and podiatry conferences.

    Outside of work, Maddie still finds time to play hockey and enjoys running and skiing.

    Mr Prakash Saha
    Consultant Partner, LBSM
    Consultant in Vascular Surgery

    Mr Prakash Saha is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at LBSM. He takes pride in providing the best possible results for his patients by using the most appropriate non-surgical and surgical methods based on clinical evidence, patient results and satisfaction.

    He treats fit and active people suffering with a range of cardiovascular issues, from painful leg swelling associated with exercise to venous insufficiency, post-thrombotic syndrome and leg ulcers. He also treats people with arterial system problems including poor circulation, compression syndromes and aneurysms. He carries out both endovascular and open aortic repair and has some of the best outcomes in the country.

    Mr Saha studied medicine at the United Medical & Dental Schools at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals before completing his higher surgical training in London and the South East. During this time, he was awarded the prestigious NIHR Clinical Lectureship in Vascular Surgery at St. Thomas’ Hospital, giving him comprehensive training in open and endovascular techniques for treating arterial and venous disease. Prakash completed his aortic surgery training at the St. George’s Vascular Institute before carrying out a specialist fellowship at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney.

    Mr Saha regularly lectures and runs workshops across the globe on the latest surgical techniques to treat vascular disease. He has also been awarded a number of research grants from the Royal College of Surgeons, the Circulation Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, the Academy of Medical Sciences, and the British Heart Foundation, which has led to over 80 publications and the development of innovative technologies to help treat patients. For this work, Prakash has received a number of prizes, including the Venous Forum prize from the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland, an International Young Investigator Award, and an Early Career Investigator Award from the American Heart Association.

    A day in the life of Mr Saha involves seeing patients in clinic, operating in surgical theatre or lecturing at his university. He also regularly teaches and presents at vascular and sports medicine conferences.

    Mr Saha is an avid cyclist and tennis player (although yet to get a set of Dr Seth!). Outside of work, he spends time with his family who consists of 3 children and enjoys travelling.

    Dr Gajan Rajeswaran
    Consultant Partner, LBSM
    Consultant in Sports and Musculoskeletal Radiology

    Dr Gajan Rajeswaran is a Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist at LBSM, with an extensive background of working in elite sport. He is one of the most recognised radiologists in the sports medicine field. He provides top level imaging and medical diagnostic services for patients and athletes.

    Dr Gajan Rajeswaran completed his undergraduate medical training at Imperial College London and his radiology training at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. He has obtained two post-CCT fellowships in musculoskeletal imaging. He was appointed as a consultant at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital in 2011.

    He has a passion for all sports having worked as a radiologist at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and London World Athletic Championships and continues to support The Championships, Wimbledon. He also continues to work with a number of Premier League and Championship Football Clubs, Premier League Rugby Clubs, England Sevens Rugby, British Athletics and the Lawn Tennis Association.

    A day in the life of Dr Rajeswaran involves giving his expert opinion on investigations such as MRI and CT scans, x-rays and ultrasound. He also performs injection lists under ultrasound, CT and X-ray including spinal injections. He also regularly teaches and presents at sports medicine conferences.

    Dr Gajan Rajeswaran is an avid football fan and life-long fan of Tottenham Hotspur (for which he offers no apologies!). Outside of work, he spends time with his family and has a keen passion for photography.

    Dr Ajai Seth
    Medical Director, LBSM
    Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine

    Dr Ajai Seth is a Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician. He has dedicated his career to helping people with sport and exercise related injury and illness. He consults and treats everyone from the elite athlete to the weekend warrior.

    Dr Ajai Seth is part of the British Tennis Sports Physician team at the LTA and has also provided cover to elite athletes at Wimbledon Tennis, European Tour Golf, Premier League Football, British Athletics, and the Men’s England Football academies as part of the FA.

    He also prides himself for working in disability sport and is currently the Chief Medical Officer for Team GB Wheelchair Tennis which has taken him to the Olympics and Paralympics.

    Dr Ajai Seth is dedicated to education, training and research and is a Senior Lecturer in Sports Medicine at King’s College London where he lectures in all aspects of Sports Medicine and Science.

    He also has a passion for travel and Expedition Medicine, which has seen him accompany medical, scientific and charity expeditions all around the world. He also has vast experience in treating musculoskeletal injuries from children and adolescents to veteran exercisers, both male and female.

    Dr Seth also has positions in leading Sport Medicine organisations, including the non-executive board for the UK’s largest Sports Medicine charity, BASEM and Past President for the Royal Society of Medicine. 

    A day in the working life of Dr Seth involves consulting his patients in clinic, performing diagnostics and ultrasound guided injections. He also regularly lectures and tutors students and presents at sports medicine conferences internationally. He also spends part of the working week at the National Tennis Centre, LTA, supporting British Tennis players.

    Outside of work, Dr Seth enjoys playing club tennis, triathlon, golf, running and skiing (but will give any sport a go!). He enjoys keeping fit and active and good quality family time with his wife and three children.