A personalized approach to your well-being.

Remedies Physiotherapy service improves the lives of people, by helping them realise their potential. We achieve this by providing a specialised and holistic physiotherapy service, delivered by a team of highly trained professionals.

Our professional team of sports personnel and physiotherapist are ready to help you prevent injury and treat an existing one.

You should come to see one of our sports doctors if:

  • You are starting a new kind of sport or exercise
  • Are suffering from chronic injury
  • Sustain a sports-related injury
  • Want to improve your performance
  • Want to prevent injury


Acupuncture is a needling technique that can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, but it is mainly used for pain relief. It involves the stimulation of certain points within the body called acupoints that produce specific effects such as the release of certain chemicals within the body that are involved with healing or pain relief.

Acupuncture is a very useful technique with several benefits but only when applied safely and effectively. Our acupuncturists are fully qualified and certified and have been using these techniques for a several years. In our clinic we treat the patient holistically, therefore our therapists usually use acupuncture as only a part of the whole programme, as a result yielding additional strength to the overall approach.


In the hands of a licensed practitioner acupuncture is a very safe, pain-free, effective, treatment for many acute and chronic conditions that has been used for thousands of years.
Acupuncture treatments are not painful. Acupuncture is performed with hair-thin needles that do not resemble the pain felt from a hypodermic needle. Patients often fall asleep and are in deep relaxation on the table.
One of the great advantages of acupuncture is that it is very safe. Other than an occasional bruise, there are no side effects.
Sixteenth century Chinese doctors believed that illness was due to an imbalance of energy in the body. In acupuncture, disposable, stainless steel needles are used to stimulate the body's 14 major meridians, or energy-carrying channels, to resist or overcome illnesses by correcting these imbalances. Back to Top
Needles are placed at specific acupuncture points on the body. Depending on the specific condition the needles commonly are placed at or below the elbows, and at or below the knees. Other common areas are on the back, abdomen and ears.
The best way to prepare is to eat a snack or a light meal before treatment so the you body has sufficient energy to work with. If possible it is best to wear loose clothing so that your arms and legs are accessible for treatment. After treatment we recommend you drink a glass of water to help stabilize your energy.
One benefit to acupuncture is that it is a drug-free way to optimize health. With drugs, people often develop a tolerance, or the need for an increased dosage to achieve the same required effect. However, this does not happen with acupuncture. In addition, acupuncture allows the doctor to immediately examine a person's response to the treatment and adjust it if necessary.

Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy is a specialized branch of Physiotherapy. Pain in the body is often the result of tissues being too stiff or too mobile, impinged, or irritated, weak or overused. The use of manual therapy is applied in both assessment and treatment of these conditions.

When a nerve is entrapped, it needs to be released; when a neck or other joint is stiff it needs to be released; when a muscle is tight, it needs to be released, and when fascia is being pulled – it needs to be released. This approach works wonders when preceded by a thorough assessment that a Physiotherapist will carry out on your first appointment. Understanding the problem key, undermining the cause of that problem is where we excel.

Exercise Therapy

Therapeutic exercise is any form of bodily movement aimed at correcting impairment, reducing pain, improving musculoskeletal function or maintaining a state of well-being. It is also the most evidence-based approach in therapy with studies showing significant results in releasing contracted muscles, tendons and fascia, mobilising joints, improving circulation and respiratory capacity, improving balance and coordination, reducing stiffness and rigidity, improving exercise performance and functional capacity and obviously increasing muscle strength and power. It is therefore not an understatement when we assert that when given correctly and progressively exercise is one of the best tools in physiotherapy.

One of our lead physiotherapists possesses a master’s degree in exercise prescription for both the healthy individuals and for those that suffer from specific injuries and conditions. This is the reason why we strongly believe in our own exercise regimes and protocols since they are all heavily backed up by literature, knowledge, and experience.


  • Laser
  • Shockwave
  • Ultrasound
  • Interferential
  • Combination Treatment
  • TENS
  • Magnet Therapy
  • Cryocuffs
  • Other electro-physical devices


Electrotherapy and physical modalities produce immediate and short-term benefits that can assist with earlier introduction of other longer-lasting techniques such as exercise therapy. On the other hand some of these devices produce certain beneficial effects cannot be achieved through other methods.

The vast array of Electrotherapy devices that our physiotherapists have at their disposal can be applied to treat most conditions. With such devices we can provide effective treatment to minimize and eradicate inflammation, boost and accelerate the healing process, eliminate both acute and chronic pain, relieve spasms and resolve fibrotic tissue.