The high quality of our physiotherapeutic services is attained and maintained through the constant education and personal development of our staff, combined with the use of the latest specialised equipment.
We consider our success to be due to the high convictions of and the thorough and continuous training of the staff who aim to the correct rehabilitation always with in cooperation with the attending physician and the clients.
Direction & Organisation
Kountouriotis Physiotherapy Center founder and director, Demetris Kountouriotis, graduated the Higher Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Physiotherapy Department in 1998, and has worked in the Cypriot private sector ever since. He has offered his services to two of the largest football clubs in Cyprus (Anorthosis and Apoel).
The founding of Kountouriotis Physiotherapy Center occurred in 2000, with the vision of creating a model physical therapy Center comparable to those abroad. Demetris Kountouriotis has continued to develop and enrich his training and knowledge, by attending specialty seminars on sports and orthopaedic physiotherapy.
He has worked with burn cases and with the construction and fittng of various types of static and dynamic splints. He has taken a special interest in the subjects of the upper extremity and peripheral nerve injuries, on which he has presented papers in Greek, Cypriot and International conferences.
Head of Upper Limbs Department
Anna Cosma, a shareholder in Kountouriotis Physiotherapy Center since 2010, graduated the Kinesiology – Physiotherapy Department of the Budapest Semmelweis Univeristy, specialising in Upper Limb conditions and trauma. An active member of the Pancyprian Physiotherapists Society, she began working at Kountouriotis Physiotherapy Center in 2002 and is currently the Head of the Upper Limbs Department.
Head of Spine & Lower Limbs Department and Fitness Department
Chara Panagopoulou is a physical therapist, a scholar of the State Scholarship Foundation and a graduate of the Higher Technological Educational Institute of Athens.
In collaboration with Athens HTEI professor Mr. Georgoudes, she published the results of a research on the evaluation of the MIDAS scale, an evaluation questionnaire on the effects of migraines on daily life in the British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research (ISSN: 2231-0614, Vol.: 6, Issue.: 4).
She has attended seminars on Clinical Pilates (mat and reformer), one of the most valid and effective evaluation and rehabilitation exercise methods, and is a certified Surfset Trainer. She is an active member of the Pancyprian Physiotherapists Society and has worked at Kountouriotis Physiotherapy Center since 2009. She is currently the Head of the Spine and Lower Limb Department, as well as the Fitness Department.
Myrto Mela, a rehabilitation specialist, has graduated the Rehabilitation Department of the Budapest Semmelweis Univeristy. She has attended hydrotherapy and rehabilitation seminars, and has been working at Kountouriotis Physiotherapy Center since 2008.
Georgia Georgiades is a physical therapist, graduate of European University Cyprus. In the confines of her continued education, she has attended a series of seminars and is an active member of the Pancyprian Physiotherapists Society. She has been working at Kountouriotis Physiotherapy Center since 2015.