Susan Quin

Chartered Physiotherapist


  • Diploma in Physiotherapy (TCD) 1981
  • Masters in Applied Science in Manipulative Physiotherapy  (University of South Australia) 1992

Professional Memberships and Accreditations 

  • Member of Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists 
  • State Registered Physiotherapist CORU (Health and Social Care Professionals Council)  PT029012

Education and Experience

I qualified in 1981 from Trinity College Dublin. I completed a Masters in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 1992 in the University of  South Australia. On qualifying I worked in Baggot Street Hospital, St. James Hospital, and St. Josephs Hospital Raheny. I then worked in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia before traveling to Adelaide, South Australia to study Manipulative Physiotherapy. On my return from Australia, I began to work in Private Practice in Raheny. I now have over thirty years of experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal and sports injuries. I attended the Barcelona Olympics (1992) as a Physiotherapist with the Irish Canoe Slalom Team and traveled around Europe with the team for many years. 

Over the years I have lectured in TCD, UCD, and in hospitals all over Ireland. I continue to learn through Continuous Professional Development – Courses, Journals, Peers and Conferences. I am a Board Member of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists for the last four years. Before this, I was the Honorary Secretary of The Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice for five years. I have also sat on the committee of Chartered Physiotherapists in Manipulative Therapy and Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine.


I am a Masters’s Qualified Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with over 30 years of experience.  I specialise in treating Musculoskeletal (muscles, bones, and joints) and Sports Injuries. I treat problems like back pain, ankle sprains, whiplash and arthritis. I have over 30 years of experience working in the Raheny area. 

I have a hands-on approach to treatment. I like to use manual therapy, exercise, education and advice to help you. Physiotherapy treatment begins with a thorough assessment whether it is a sports injury, fracture, foot problem or back pain. A good and thorough assessment leads to more effective treatment, a treatment plan and a realistic idea of the final outcome. I like to help patients to manage their problems in a practical way.

What My Patients Say

Susan has been treating me for a life changing injury. She is very professional and gave me caring, focused and extremely effective treatment over the last few years. She helped my recovery and was instrumental in getting me back on my feet. I can’t recommend Susan highly enough.

Niamh Donnelly

I have been going to Susan for many years now. I find her to be very professional and thorough. She spends a lot of time listening to what my symptoms are and then working with me to relieve them. She has designed specific exercises that suit my ability which has helped me enormously.

Jayne Mollard

I am very grateful to Susan Quin who has treated me for a variety of injuries, aches and pains over the last few years. She is always accommodating, gets quickly to the root of the problem and with her, expert treatment recovery is assured. I am very happy to recommend Susan.

Orla Courtney

I have been attending Susan’s treatments for a long time for my feet and knee and hip replacements. She is completely professional in her approach. She has a great understanding of my symptoms and her treatments have been vital in getting me back to full mobility. I would highly recommend her to anyone looking for help




Opening Hours

Monday: 9am-5pm
Tuesday: 9pm-5pm
Wednesday: 9am-5pm
Thursday: 9am-5pm
Friday: 9am-5pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

Contact Me

Susan Quin Physiotherapy provides Home Visits for Personalised Physiotherapy Assessment and Treatment in the Raheny, Clontarf, Killester, Artane, Fairview, Donaghmede, Clongriffin, Malahide, Portmarnock, Baldoyle, Sutton and Howth areas.

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