Remedius Neuro Modulation



Remedius is a neuromodulation company dedicated to designing and producing innovative products for pain control and improved body function.

+44 (0)20 7603 7353

Founded by experts
in the field of pain,
function and

About Remedius

Remedius Ltd is dedicated to innovative neuromodulation technologies ranging from very simple to very sophisticated applications for pain control and improved function. Our aim is to design devices and accessories with high technical efficiency that are simple to operate and, if necessary, can be used by patients themselves.

The products will vary from patient friendly platforms with easy to control facilities to more sophisticated versions for the medical practitioner. We are cooperating with UK and European based electronic companies as well as an accessories manufacturer with an established background in the pain management market.

Controlling Pain

Neuromodulation works by actively stimulating nerves to produce a natural biological response.

Remedius neurostimulation devices send a narrow beam of low frequency electrical stimulation of varying intensity with a smooth, metal dome electrically shielded electrode. 

The low-voltage electrical current passes from the generator to the nerve, and can either inhibit pain signals or stimulate neural impulses where they were previously absent.

The Products

Remedius ExStim and Remedius ExStim PRO external neuromodulation devices are currently available for purchase.

To request a quote for the Remedius ExStim or ExStim PRO devices, email:

Remedius ExStim

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Remedius ExStim PRO

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Remedius ExStim PRO with PEN

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Patient's Experience

Remedius Team

Teodor Goroszeniuk

Interventional Pain Management & Neuromodulation Practice, 18 Wimpole St

Dr Goroszeniuk runs a busy private pain management and neuromodulation practice from his consulting rooms at 18 Wimpole Street, London. He also sees patients at numerous hospitals around London.  He is a senior pain doctor who has worked many years in the NHS.  He regularly receives referrals from pain management colleagues seeking his expert opinion on patients with complex pain conditions. He is a leading expert in advanced neuromodulation treatments with a special interest in peripheral neuromodulation. He regularly lectures and organises meetings and workshops on the topic of neuromodulation, both nationally and internationally.

External Neuromodulation

EXTERNAL NEUROMODULATION is a novel and very effective diagnostic test and treatment modality for neuropathic pain conditions that Dr Goroszeniuk developed in his pain clinic at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital in 2005.  Since that time he has organised regular workshops on the technique for colleagues around the United Kingdom and further afield in Europe.  It is a non-invasive form of peripheral neuromodulation that can be applied in a clinic setting or on a self-administration basis in the home. It often avoids the need for costly pain medications and more invasive neuromodulation implantations.  Dr Goroszeniuk is currently offering this treatment modality with the new Remedius ExStim Pro device at the Interventional Pain Management & Neuromodulation Practice, 18 Wimpole Street, London.


Christopher Chan

Mr Christopher Chan is a Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon based at Barts NHS Trust. He sees patients privately at The London Clinic, The Cromwell Hospital and The Harley Street Clinic, where he is also the lead colorectal surgeon for The Endometriosis Centre.

Mr Chan graduated from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Medical School in 1991 and then undertook surgical training in Cambridge and London, He was awarded an MRC Clinical Fellowship for work on pelvic floor dysfunction, which culminated in a PhD. He continued with further sub-specialist colorectal training fellowships, which took place in Sydney, Paris and St Mark’s Hospital in Harrow.

He has wide experience in elective and emergency surgery and expertise in open and laparoscopic techniques, specifically related to complex colorectal diseases. These include Colorectal Cancer, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Enterocutaneous Fistula, Intestinal Failure, Complex Anal Fistula, Anorectal and Pelvic Floor Problems, such as incontinence, evacuatory difficulty and constipation, and pelvic floor reconstruction.

His research interests include investigating new techniques for treating faecal incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction, ultra-low sphincter preserving resections and inflammatory bowel disease. In addition to his clinical work, Mr Chan is active in teaching and lecturing at all levels, including MBBS, MRCS and Intercollegiate FRCS examinations. He is an invited speaker at national and international conferences.


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