Greg Hoekman, APAM | Principal Physiotherapist and Director
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
75 Magnolia Road, Tanunda (inside The Rex Barossa Aquatic Fitness)
8 Murray Street, Tanunda
Pricing Level: Tier 1 (more info on fee structure)
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) - Level 1 & Level 2 Advanced Certification
Functional Movement Systems (FMS) Certification
Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) Level 1 Certification
Active Release Technique (ART) Accredited (lower body)
Kinetic Link Training (KLT) Functional Strength Training Certification
Dry Needling Certification - Advanced and Intermediate Levels
Certificate Group Facilitation Training
Australian Physiotherapy Association Member
After graduating from the University of South Australia in 2008 I began working in a busy Adelaide CBD private practice before establishing Tanunda Physiotherapy in 2015.
I specialise in understanding movement of the human body and how it relates to injury. As one of the first certified practitioners in South Australia for the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (Level 2 Advanced), as well as having certification in the Functional Movement Screen, I have developed greater assessment skills which are used to develop individualised, targeted treatment plans. This may involve manual therapy as well as relevant exercises to maximise both short and long term results for all injuries. This includes Neurokinetic Therapy, which involves correcting compensatory relationships between muscles.
Training in Kinetic Link Training (KLT) functional strength and conditioning allows me to take that a step further to develop high level functional training programs, suitable as part of rehabilitation for clients of all ages and also for injury prevention and performance training.
Throughout my career I have had a strong focus on continuing professional development to maximise my skills. In addition to the above mentioned courses, I have training in Active Release Technique (ART), considered worldwide as the gold standard in soft tissue management, as well as Advanced Neuromuscular Dry Needling. I have also worked with and trained under a world renowned specialist in neurodynamics (e.g. 'pinched nerves'), Michael Shacklock.
People I help range from seated office workers to heavy labour tradespeople, children to elderly, and high level sports people to weekend warriors or those with sedentary lifestyles. I commonly help people with neck and back pain, headaches, shoulder, hip or knee pain, whiplash, and sports injuries among many other conditions. Not only do I enjoy the varied challenges presented by the range of presentations I see, but also meeting people from all types of backgrounds.
I have experience in conducting occupational services (functional capacity assessments, ergonomic/worksite assessments, staff training). Completion of specialised training in Occupational Health Physiotherapy combined with my experience and the previously mentioned functional movement training allows me to provide you the highest level of service in this field in respect to both injury prevention and rehabilitation.
I look forward to meeting you and having the chance to help you with whatever is causing you problems!