The International Clinic of Medical Rehabilitation (ICMR) is the official representative of the International Clinic of Rehabilitation on Cyprus.
- information on the Kozyavkin Method (Intensive Neurophysiological Rehabilitation System);
- useful information on treatment courses and accommodation in Larnaca, Cyprus;
- carrying out information and administrative work for the registration of patients wishing to undergo treatment;
- organizing a two-way transport service for patients registered for treatment;
- information about treatment in our clinics in Ukraine.
Office address: Amathountos Avenue №100, Ay.Tychonas, 4532 Limassol, Cyprus. If you want to learn more about treatment in our clinic or register for rehabilitation, please write us firstname.lastname@example.org or call +357 253 13 338.
See “Contacts” for further information.
Since 2014, patients can receive treatment according to prof. Kozyavkin Method in Larnaca on Cyprus. Located in Eastern Mediterranean, ICMR is a convenient destination for patients from Europe, Middle East, Asia and Northern Africa. Patients who come for treatment to our centre have also a wonderful opportunity to soak up the sun on the beach, take a dip in the Mediterranean Sea, breathe fresh sea air, go sightseeing, or sign up for excursions.
Our clinic is functioning on the basis of cooperation with Chr. Toumazis Physiotherapy Center of Rehabilitation and Acupuncture which is the biggest and most technologically advanced physiotherapy rehabilitation and acupuncture European center in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean region. Exchanging experience, knowledge and methods we set common goals and achieve better results.
Larnaca is a small historical port and a popular tourist resort. Larnaca’s hallmark is without a doubt the palm-tree promenade along Phinikoudes Beach, which offers a breathtaking view of the marina. There are countless restaurants and sidewalk cafes where you can relax and enjoy a wonderful sea view while having dinner. This is an ideal place for families with young children because the waters are shallow and the sea bottom is sandy.
The ruins of the ancient city of Kition dating back to the 13th century BC constitute the main attraction: a marble bust of the philosopher Zeno, who was born on the island in 326 BC and founded the famous Stoic School of Philosophy, the salt lake, home to pink flamingos from November until the end of March, and the underground chapel of Agia Faneromeni, a rock cavern with two chambers. Tourists should also visit the Greek Orthodox Church of St. Lazarus, erected over the saint’s tomb in the 9th century, Larnaca Fort, built by the Turks in 1625 and now housing a museum, the Hala Sultan Tekke, and the ancient Roman-style aqueduct, built in 1745, which carried water to the city from a source located a few kilometers away.