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Lazarus Nono BSc (Hons) Ost, DO, MSc PAM, Osteopath & Lecturer.
A graduate of:
1. The British School of Osteopathy 1997.
2. University College of London in 2014.
Osteopaths are recognised as Allied Health Professionals by NHS England in the same way as physiotherapists, podiatrists and paramedics .
Since graduating from the British School of Osteopathy in 1997, my hands on Osteopathic skills have been strengthened by working in a variety of practices including time spent as the in house Osteopath at Clifford Chance and the Foreign Office.
Since 2001, I have been a tutor at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine teaching subjects ranging from anatomical studies to diagnostic reasoning and clinical skills. Being in the teaching environment, I have been fortunate to work with a diverse group of Osteopaths and students affording me a multi-faceted Osteopathic approach.
Prior to becoming an Osteopath, I trained in Classical Ballet, Jazz, and contemporary dance. My professional dance career was brought to an end by dance-related injuries. Fortunately I have been able to continue my passion for the performing arts by dancing Argentine Tango.
In 2014 I was awarded a Master’s degree in Performing Arts Medicine form University College of London. The course further focused my understanding of performance related injuries, not only for those from a dance background but also for singers, musicians and all those required to bring a production to life.
June 2018, I joined the British Association of Performing Arts Medicine, at their new clinic. The role involves assessing performing artists from all disciplines (Musicians, Dancers, Actors and others essential to bringing a performance to the stage) with the objective of diagnosing, and where appropriate referring to other healthcare disciplines. Also recommending exercises or other methods of working to manage or alleviate the presenting problem
I continue to hone my skills by attending postgraduate Osteopathic and Performing Arts courses alongside the practical experience gained by treating a wide range of musculoskeletal problems.
Contact me at Shades Clinic at 382 Uxbridge Road, Ealing common 0208 752 0569.
Areas of interest
Areas of interest
Osteopathic treatment for a broad selection of skeletal problems/pain related to:
Spine and pelvic;
Shoulder elbow and hand;
Hip knee and foot;
Repetitive trauma-related performing arts;
Musicians instrument based problems
To find out how Osteopathy can help you, please download a leaflet from: https://evokehealth.co.uk/downloads/
My full-time professional classical Ballet training started in 1983 and due to ongoing knee injuries, ended in 1988. Since then my passion for dance has continued in the form of Salsa Dance and Argentinian Tango.
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- BSc (Hons) Osteo, DO British School of Osteopathy 1998
- MSc, Performing Arts Medicine University College of London 2014
- Human Anatomical Dissection University College of London 2007
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Osteopathic clinical & technical staff. Over the past 14 years, I have tutored a variety of subjects ranging from anatomical studies to diagnostic reasoning. British College of Osteopathic Medicine 2016
Affiliations / memberships
General Osteopathic Council Weblink: http://www.osteopathy.org.uk/home/
Institute of Osteopathy Weblink: http://www.osteopathy.org/
British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) Weblink: http://www.bapam.org.uk/
One Dance UK Weblink: https://www.danceuk.org/