The Team 

Archview Physiotherapy Pain and Sports Injury Clinic has two branches located between Ranelagh and Dundrum. It opened it’s doors in 2008 and has expanded greatly to now offering not only physiotherapy treatments but also physical therapy, sports therapy, massage therapy, personal training and Pilates.

We are open 7 days a week in our Ranelagh clinic where patients can avail of free parking.

Due to COVID-19, we have some additional policies for in-clinic treatment which are displayed on the home page of our website. Please read before booking an appointment to attend the clinic.

If you are cocooning or wish to avail of our online services this can be also be arranged. Please contact the clinic to avail of this service. Phone consultations €25 and video consultations €40 (with selected therapists only)

Lynsey McGovern Bsc. (Physio), Chartered Physiotherapist & Managing Director or Archview Clinic

Lynsey graduated from University College Dublin in 2002. After graduating, Lynsey spent two years working in the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire where she gained valuable experience in dealing with acute and chronic neurological and musculoskeletal injuries. In 2004 she ventured into the world of private practice. Here she gained experience in treating a wide range of conditions including back and neck pain, sports injuries, desk-work related injuries and headaches.  Lynsey has furthered her training in various manual therapy courses focusing on the spine such as the McKenzie method, dry needling, orthotic prescription and clinical pilates. From 2004-2006 she worked for Athletics Ireland covering games throughout Europe and Ireland for the Irish Junior and Senior Athletics Team. Lynsey was the Chief Physiotherapist for the Irish Ladies Women’s Tennis Open in 2005. In 2008 she opened Archview Physiotherapy Pain and Sports Injury Clinic in Dublin. Over the few years the clinic has grown to a team of chartered physiotherapists, physical therapists, sports therapists, massage therapists, clinical Pilates instructors and personal trainers who treat patients with varying levels of sporting, musculoskeletal injuries and neurological complaints. Lynsey has a passion for dealing with complicated myofascial problems which can be associated with most musculoskeletal and neuromuscular injuries. Lynsey wrote an article on myofascial pain (muscle pain) and dry needling which was published in the Chronic Pain Association of Ireland newsletter in 2009. She has a very keen interest in treating headaches and migraines, back and neck pain, shoulder injuries, hip and knee pain, sporting injuries, repetitive strains, arthritic conditions, foot problems and neurological injuries e.g stroke.

Lynsey was a committee member for the Chartered Physiotherapists in private practise (CPPP) within the ISCP from 2012-2013 and also a member of the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership committee from 2014-2019. She was dedicated as a healthcare professional in helping to gain protection of the titles ‘Physiotherapy’ and ‘Physical Therapy’ in Ireland, which are now both protected titles and regulated under the newly established CORU board. Lynsey divides her time between treating patients, managing Archview Physiotherapy and providing training programmes for junior and student physiotherapists.

Lynsey is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapist, the Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice and is also CORU regulated.

To book an appointment with Lynsey, please call 014913228 or book online via our website.

Edwina Lynn, Chartered Physiotherapist, CORU Reg No: PT037471

Edwina graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy. Since then she has worked in a number of locations including Ireland, the UK, Indonesia and Switzerland working both within the public and the private sector.  Edwina was working full-time in a private practice over the last three years in the UK before returning home to Ireland to join the Archview physiotherapy team in June 2020.

Edwina has a keen interest in sports injuries having experience working with a variety of sports people from elite competitive skiers in Switzerland to recreational surfers in Indonesia. Edwina has particular interest in shoulder, hip and groin related pain and injuries and has completed additional post graduate training in these areas. Edwina has a clinical interest also in the treatment of headaches and migraine cases.

Edwina is also very interested in postural related pain, desk ergonomics, chronic neck and back problems, joint and muscle dysfunctions. Edwina has years of manual therapy experience in private practice and is a strong advocate for the use of dry needling therapy for the treatment of chronic pain and stiffness. Edwina is a also a trained Pilates instructor.

Edwina is a member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapist, the Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice and is also CORU regulated.

If you would like to book an appointment with Edwina, please call 014913228 or book online via our website.


Danielle Moran, Chartered Physiotherapist, CORU Reg No: PT36804

Danielle graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2013 with a B.Sc(Hons) in Physiotherapy. Since then her Physiotherapy career has taken her on an exciting adventure around the world. Danielle initially worked in a public hospital in Singapore, gaining a breadth of experience in Orthopaedics, Neurology and Cardiopulmonary. Danielle then progressed to specialise in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. This has taken her to work in the French alps with snow sport injuries and most recently to the U.S. and Canada to work with acrobatic artists as a Physiotherapist with Cirque Du Soleil.

Danielle has worked extensively with a variety of sports such as rugby, gaelic, soccer and dragon boat teams. Her highlight has been the opportunity to work as the Team Physiotherapist for the Singapore National Women’s Rugby team.

Danielle has continued her postgraduate development with courses in dry needling, manual therapy and Women’s Health. Danielle is a qualified Stott Pilates and YTT-200 Yoga teacher and loves to use these forms of movement for both her clients and herself.

Along with sports injuries, Danielle has a keen interest in ergonomic assessment and biomechanical analysis. Her passion lies in addressing the root of her client’s problem and using her skills to create lasting change.

If you would like to book an appointment with Danielle, please call 014913228 or book online via our website.

Elizabeth Donlon, Chartered Physiotherapist, CORU Reg No: PT050009

Elizabeth is a chartered physiotherapist, having graduated with distinction from King’s College London in 2015. Elizabeth has a wealth of experience treating a range of conditions, across both the NHS and private sector. This ranges from high level sports injuries and post-surgery rehabilitation to occupation and lifestyle related conditions. Prior to this Elizabeth graduated with a BSc in Human Nutrition from University College Dublin in 2012, and Elizabeth loves to incorporate this with her clients where appropriate. She is currently studying part-time for an MSc in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from the University of Brighton. As well as working in the Swiss alps, she has completed a number of rotations in central London within the NHS system, in areas such as neurosurgery, neurology, orthopaedics, women’s health and of course musculoskeletal conditions.

Elizabeth is trained in a range of treatment modalities such as deep tissue massage, trigger point needling, muscle energy techniques, mobilisations/manipulations, acupuncture/dry needling and taping. Whilst she makes frequent use of these, she is also a firm believer in rehabilitation to help clients reach their goals and live as healthy and pain-free lives as possible. She has a particular interest in neck, shoulder  and back presentations. Elizabeth has a special interest in the management of shoulder pain, as well as running related injuries.

If you would like to book an appointment with Elizabeth, please call 014913228 or book online via our website.

Sabareesh Kumar, Chartered Physiotherapist, CORU Reg No: PT019558

Sabareesh graduated from the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in Bangalore, India with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. He has over 16 years of clinical experience working in rehabilitation hospitals, sport clubs and private practice.

Sabareesh regularly attends post-graduate courses to ensure he is up to date with the latest physiotherapy research. His commitment to continuous professional development and evidence-based practise has seen him complete several postgraduate courses in complex musculoskeletal conditions, such as enhanced recovery following ankle injuries, plantar fascia injury in runners, Achilles tendon issues & hamstring ruptures.

He aplies this knowledge in order to achieve the best possible outcome for his patients, using an evidence-based approach and assessing whole body alignment patterns. He uses a range of physiotherapy techniques including manual therapy, massage, mobilisations, dry needling, multimodal pain control protocols, early mobilisation and enhanced recovery rehabilitation programs.

Sabareesh treats a wide variety of conditions including back and neck pain, headaches, sports injuries, road traffic accidents, overuse injuries, arthritis, post-operative rehabilitation, recovery after complex fractures, tendinopathies and joint replacements.

Sabareesh has a keen interest in fitness and sports including swimming, water sports and gym work.

If you would like to book an appointment with Sabareesh, please call 014913228 or book online via our website.

Toni Teggin, Physical Therapist, CORU Reg No: PT028042 & Clinical Manager of Archview Clinic. 

Toni joined the team in 2015 working for Archview Physiotherapy as one of our leading Physical Therapists. Toni graduated from UCD in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Management and In 2013, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Health Science from the Institute of Physical Therapy and Applied Science (IPTAS). She has a keen interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation, sports injuries, postural dysfunction and headaches, back and neck pain and chronic muscle tightness. She understands that muscle flexibility and conditioning are key to preventing injuries and pain.

Prior to graduating as a Physical Therapist, Toni worked in the fitness industry with over 10 years experience helping clients from a range of backgrounds. She brings this knowledge of exercise rehabilitation and training to her work in the clinic. In addition to her Physical Therapy sessions Toni also offers Dry Needling, Massage Therapy, Pilates and Personal Training sessions as well as 0-5km training.

Toni’s sporting background in athletics, swimming, camogie and kayaking has instilled a love of sports and staying active.

If you would like to book an appointment with Toni, please call 014913228 or book online via our website.

Christopher Downey

Christoper Downey, Sports Therapist, IMTA Reg No: 2133

Christopher Downey graduated from Portobello Institute in July 2020 with a Bachelor of Science degree (hons) in Sports Therapy. Christopher is member of both the Massage Therapy Association and Society of Sports Therapists. Christopher has a vast amount of experience working with athletes through many different sports  such as Rugby, Hurling, GAA Football and Triathlon.

Christopher has treated a large range of patients with issues ranging from postural dysfunction to sporting injuries. Christopher uses a variety of techniques to ensure his patients reach satisfying results. Christopher is also a trained dry needling practitioner.

To book a massage or sports therapy assessment/treatment with Christopher, please call 014913228 or book online via our website. Christopher is available Sunday to Thursdays.

Mark Taylor, Physical Therapist, CORU Reg No:PT040315

Mark is a CORU Registered Physical Therapist and Massage Therapist. Mark graduated from The Institute of Physical Therapy and Applied Science in 2019 gaining a Bachelors Degree in Applied Sciences with Physical Therapy. Mark is registered as a Physical Therapist with CORU and is also a member of the Irish Association of Physical Therapists ( IAPT)

Mark has a passion for outdoor sports, particularly rock-climbing and sailing. In 2012 Mark started at the Kinsale College of Further Eduction, studying Outdoor Education and Sports. Here he gained his Senior Sailing Instructor qualification as well as Outdoor Rock-Climbing Instructor and Indoor Lead Climbing Award. After this Mark worked in various outdoor adventure centres around the country, before returning to study Physical Therapy. Mark brings his knowledge of various adventure sports into the clinic.

Mark works as a massage therapist and physical therapist assisting in the physiotherapy treatment of various injuries and pain. To book an appointment with Mark, please call 014913228 or you can book online via our website.