Who We Work With

Who We Work With


Jenny has been a regular contributor on the national airwaves over the years; she was the regular physiotherapy contributor to the Mooney Show on RTE Radio 1 from 2008 until 2015 and even hosted a full show on Low Back Pain. Since then she has featured several times on Marian Finucane’s Ask the Specialist.
She was ISCP Spokesperson for World Physio Day in 2015 and again in 2019 appearing on Morning Ireland and the Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk. During the pandemic Jenny was on RTE Radio 1 regularly Today with Sean O’Rourke and Sarah McInerney as well as on Brendan O’Connor’s show.


Jenny worked with the FAI from 2006 – 2017 and was Team Physiotherapist for the Irish Women’s National Team. She travelled extensively with squads for European competition and World Cup Qualifiers attending all their camps and games across Ireland, Europe and in the US. Now she is a huge fan of the team as they continue their journey towards qualification for a major tournament #COYGIG


The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists is the regulatory body for Chartered Physiotherapists in Ireland. Jenny was involved for many years in the Sports and Exercise Medicine clinical interest group of the ISCP, acting as committee Secretary and Chairperson to the group. Jenny was also one of the founders of the ISCP’s Official Accreditation in Sports Physiotherapy.

Sandyford 5k

We are proud to have been one of the main sponsors of the Sandyford 5k in the Sandyford Business District for the past 5 years since its inception. With over 800 entries, the 5th year of the Sandyford 5k was a roaring success!
The Total Physio team have contributed injury prevention tips and advice on building up strength in advance of the run, helped those with niggles who needed us in clinic, as well as participating in the race as part of the Total Physio team.

Mummy Pages

Total Physio became the MummyPages.ie Physio expert in 2014 to actively promote injury prevention and awareness in pregnant and postnatal women. Many women put pregnancy aches and pains down to just being pregnant, but it is vital to deal with these promptly as your bump grows, so you’ll be fit and able to enjoy this unique time in your life.