Our clinic

Remedy+ Medical Clinics was founded in 2014 by our principal doctor, Dayalan Masi, who has over 30 years of experience in various fields of medicine.We were one of the first clinics in Australia to introduce a range of ground breaking and innovative laser treatments for a range of medical conditions. Whilst these treatments are relatively new to this country, they have been used safely and extensively in Europe and The Americas for about 5 years. For the first few years of our existence we were known as Remedy Laser.

Over the years we have added various other services, in addition to our Medical Laser Clinic. These include a Skin Cancer Clinic, a Ear Microsuction Clinic and a Cosmetic Medicine Clinic.

The Medical Laser Clinic treats a range of conditions including stress incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, fungal nail infections and warts. This remains the core of our practice.

Having worked for more than two decades in skin cancer medicine, Dr Masi has the experience to look after all your needs at our Skin Cancer Clinic. This ranges from skin cancer checks and non surgical treatments such as cryotherapy to quite complex plastic surgical techniques such as flaps and skin grafts. An exciting new development is the use of total body imaging to better detect an early melanoma.

The Ear Microsuction Clinic provides the safest possible way of removing excessive ear wax or any other unwanted material in your ear canals. Micro suction is suitable for the young, the old and everyone in between. Children as young as 3 have been safely treated. Some of the more interesting objects removed have been small pieces of jewellery, pet hairs and a range of insects!

Our Cosmetic Medical Clinic began just providing cosmetic laser treatments such as facial rejuvenation and hair removal. Over time we have added other services such as cosmetic injectables and radio-frequency ablation of unwanted moles.




Our people

Dr Dayalan Masi
Dayalan grew up in country NSW before completing his medical degree at Sydney University. After his graduation in 1988, he worked in the hospital system for a number of years pursuing a special interest in histopathology, before running his own GP practice for more than a decade. For the last 15 years he has focussed on a number of his more specific interests from skin cancer management to cosmetic medicine, both of which he still pursues today. His interest in cosmetic medicine led him more recently to the use of lasers, both for aesthetics and the management of a range of medical conditions.
Eliza Nicholas
Eliza grew up in the Hunter Valley, where she trained to be a nurse. She moved to Sydney in 2013, and now calls its inner west her home.She has worked as a receptionist, nurse and more recently a laser therapist in Newcastle for a number of years. Having been with Remedy+ Medical Clinics since its inception, she brings to it a sparkling personality and a thoroughly professional manner. She is our resident expert on the use of lasers in the provision of a range of cosmetic treatments including facial rejuvenation, the management of vascular lesions and hair removal.
Annika Sowden
Annika, the newest member of our team, is a registered nurse who has been with us since early in 2021. She is our main provider of ear microsuction services and also performs many of our medical laser procedures.


Our lasers

The term ‘laser’ might sound intimidating but the technology we utilise here at the Remedy+ Medical Laser Clinic is completely safe, thoroughly trialled and tested, and capable of extreme precision.

Our European laser manufacturer was founded in 1964, only four years after the invention of the very first laser. It is the oldest continually operating laser company in the world with a history of over 50 years of innovation.

Our lasers are a class apart from those most frequently found in beauty salons and most other laser clinics. They are of a medical grade, and while capable of performing all the cosmetic tasks of lesser machines, they have some unique capabilities opening up a range of innovative and groundbreaking medical treatments.

At Remedy+, we use lasers of two types:

ErYAG laser


This laser predominantly exerts its effect on the water present in biological tissue. At its most basic settings, it is primarily used for resurfacing of the skin and removal of superficial skin lesions. It can be used both as a solid or fractionated beam. It is a safe laser to use because it can only penetrate a few millimetres into tissue.

Where our Er:YAG laser is different than most is in its ability to use special parameters which merely cause a mild but very effective heating effect. This is utilised in a number of novel treatments for a range of gynaecological conditions as well as snoring and mild sleep apnoea.

NdYAG laser


This laser mainly affects melanin, the pigment that colours your skin, and haemoglobin, which carries oxygen in your blood and gives it a red colour. It is therefore used in cosmetic medicine to treat pigmentation and vascular lesions. It can penetrate quite deeply into tissue, so when used appropriately it is very useful in achieving a skin tightening effect.

Our Nd:YAG laser can also be set to specifically target organisms such as fungi and viruses. It is unique in being able to treat conditions caused by these organisms, such as fungal nail infections and plantar warts. Because it is so specific, it can cure these conditions without causing any destruction of surrounding normal skin.

Most lasers can be used as either full or fractionated beams. A unique property of our laser is its ability to also specifically target skin imperfections utilising our FRAC3 mode. There are a number of ways this an be used to our clients’ benefit, from improving skin surface and tone without causing much redness or downtime, to the most painless methods of hair removal currently available.

full, fractionated and FRAC3 beam
full, fractional and FRAC3 modes – note the minimal damage to the skin with FRAC3


Our location

Remedy+ Medical Clinics is conveniently located at Shop 2, 153 – 157 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood. Our newly renovated home has been purpose built to cater for the range of procedures and treatments we offer our clients. Close to the corner of Penshurst Avenue, we are well situated to major public transport links, and have good availability of on-street parking nearby.


How to find us

By foot
Remedy+ Medical Clinics is a fifteen minute walk along Victoria Avenue from Chatswood Westfield, a minute walk from Officeworks in Chatswood and only steps away from Penshurst Road.


By car
The best place to park is on Royal Street, the nearest cross street. Free street parking with either a one hour or two hour limit is almost always available.