Nicole Redman Physiotherapists 

We are a dynamic physiotherapy practice offering treatment in all fields of physiotherapy. 
We have consulting rooms in both Amanzimtoti and Scottburgh and service all the local retirement facilities and hospitals.
In Amanzimtoti we are based in the MedExcel Centre at 24 Prince Street Athlone Park. 
In Scottburgh we are based in the Scottburgh Medical Pavilion at 38 Airth Street. 

All physiotherapists are registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP).

We pride ourselves on keeping up to date with all current skills and advancements in our field.
All sessions include 45 minutes of hands-on treatment complimented by electrotherapy modalities, dry needling and personalised exercise programmes. Physiotherapists treat only one patient at a time.


Nicole studied at the University of Pretoria and obtained her Bachelor of Physiotherapy Degree in 2001.

After running her own practice in Cape Town, Nicole relocated to Amanzimtoti in 2007 and, opened Nicole Redman Physiotherapists Inc.

Nicole completed her Masters Degree in 2008 at the University of Pretoria.

Nicole is past chairman of the Natal Coastal Branch of the SASP.

Nicole has a special interest in neurology and musculoskeletal injuries.
Shuaib finished his degree in 2009 at the University of the Western Cape. 

He worked in Cape Town and in the North-West province in various private practices and rehabilitation centres before joining us in 2017. 
He has completed courses in Dry Needling, Kinesio Taping & is certified as a Level 2 First Aider.

 His special interest include adult neurology, cardio-respiratory rehabilitation, sports and orthopaedic and musculo-skeletal rehabilitation and chronic pain. He is also the chair of the KZN Sports Physiotherapy Group, which is a sub group of the South African Society of Physiotherapy (SASP)

Zaria completed her studies in 1983 and began working in various hospitals in England specializing in orthopaedics. 

In 1997, she moved to South Africa and began working in Limpopo and Northern KZN where she headed a team the team of paediatric physiotherapists. They did screenings for developmental delays in newborns.
 Zaria joined us in 2016 working primarily in Scottburgh. Her special intererst are orthopaedics, paediatrics and neurology.