The Physio Place brings you the highest level of excellence in physiotherapy care, tailored to your needs and we will put every effort to get you to your full potential. Be it making it up the stairs or completing a marathon, we will set your goals together and do our utmost to get you there!


Aileen Slevin

Aileen Slevin is a Chartered Physiotherapist specialising in Musculoskeletal Medicine. Aileen graduated from the University of Manchester with a BSc in Physiotherapy and completed a MSc Sports Physio in University College Dublin in 2016. Aileen is the Lead Physio at The Physio Place and opened the clinic in August 2019.

Aileen has extensive experience in Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine having worked in the public health sector with the HSE from 2006-2016, in the private sector in private physio practice, and with numerous sport teams. In the HSE she worked as a Senior Physiotherapist in Rheumatology, working in the North-West Rheumatology Unit. She relocated to Dublin and took up the post of Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, working in a highly respected Specialist Physiotherapy Clinic. She has worked with numerous GAA teams throughout her career, in her native Tyrone, Sligo and she is currently the physio for Na Fianna Senior Ladies Football team.

Yoga, Pilates and GAA are longstanding interests of Aileen’s and these interests carry through to her professional physio practice. Aileen is a qualified and experienced Clinical Pilates Instructor (Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute) and a qualified Yoga teacher (Yoga Alliance). Aileen also brings her skills of Western Medical Acupuncture and Dry Needling to the clinic having qualified from Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (UK) in 2013. Combining a long-established yoga practice with an intricate knowledge of GAA injury screening, management and rehabilitation Aileen is developing YoGAA. A yoga class specifically targeting injury prevention in GAA players.


Jake Wall

Jake is a dedicated and highly skilled Chartered Physiotherapist who brings a unique wealth of experience across various clinical settings and a specialty in
Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy. Prior to becoming a Physiotherapist, Jake was awarded a BSc in Sports Therapy from London Metropolitan University in 2017. During this time, he honed his skills as a Sports Therapist and Pilates Instructor in a busy private practice in Dublin.

Jake graduated from Northumbria University in the UK with a MSc in Physiotherapy in 2021 where he completed a research project in lateral hip pain and experienced a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings in the NHS.
After graduation, he further consolidated his experience in private practice & sports
physiotherapy. He has spent the last 2 years working across a variety of roles in
Australia ranging from private practice, community physiotherapy and elite sport.
Jake has developed a special interest in treating diverse caseloads and specific
conditions such as chronic spinal/joint pain, upper and lower limb tendinopathies,
post-op rehab e.g., ACL, joint replacements etc., with a clear interest in treating
people with activity or sports-related injuries. Jake is passionate about delivering
high-quality and person-centred care in the form of solid education and evidence-
based treatments ranging from exercise prescription, hands-on/manual therapy and
other adjunctive modalities with an emphasis on self-management and health
promotion.


Jake is passionate and committed to ongoing learning and professional development
and has extensive post-graduate qualifications and experience in exercise
rehabilitation, Strength & Conditioning, Yoga, orthotic prescription, shockwave
therapy and in manual therapy techniques such as manipulation, mobilisation, dry
needling and acupuncture. Throughout his career, he has vast experience of working
with amateur and professional athletes/teams including GAA, soccer, rugby, AFL,
boxing, MMA, triathletes etc. Jake is a APPI qualified Pilates Instructor and has
delivered various levels of Clinical Pilates classes as well as specific classes such as
Healthy Bones, Stronger for Longer, Hip/Knee Osteoarthritis, Low Back Rehab etc.
Jake is registered with CORU and the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists
(ISCP) in Ireland, HCPC in the UK, and AHPRA in Australia which underscores his
commitment to excellent patient care.

Outside of work, Jake is an outgoing person who enjoys and spends a lot of time
socialising, travelling or trying new experiences out. He is an avid sports fan with a
keen interest in watching and participating in many sports. Jake is a native of
Ashbourne and is still representing Ashbourne Rugby club on the weekends. He also
values giving back to the community through volunteering work for various
organisations.
Jake has only recently returned home and is excited to have joined our team. He
hopes to positively impact the lives of the people that he meets and is strongly
committed to empowering people towards achieving their goals and optimal health.
You can book an appointment with Jake on our dedicated online booking system or
by phone.


Ann Jones

Admin Manager

Ann is the helpful voice that you will hear when you call the clinic. Ann manages all of our appointment scheduling, she is approachable and will help you with any queries you might have.

Contact Ann on 01 856 8092 or info@thephysioplace.ie


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