Mon–Thurs: 8am –7pm
 Fri: 8am - 6pm; Sat: 8am – 1pm

 586 Lower North East Rd.
 Campbelltown SA 5074


 8368 7444




Our Physios have extensive knowledge of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Our Physios ensure a thorough biomechanical assessment and work directly with you to ensure an effective structured program for proper rehabilitation. They tailor gym and hydrotherapy programs for functional retraining and strength & conditioning. They currently provide health and rehabilitation services for Rostrevor Old Collegians Football Club in Division 1 Amateurs, Unley Jets Football Club in Divsion 2 Amateurs, East Torrens District Cricket Club playing in the SACA Grade Cricket Competition, Morialta Uniting Netball Club and the Southern Tigers in SA District Basketball.




Wahib Joubeir


Wahib graduated from the University of South Australia in 2000 and returned back to complete a Masters Degree in Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2003.


With his extra skill-set came some high-level private practice work, which quickly turned into a senior position in one of Adelaide busiest private practices, as well as the opportunity to teach on the under-graduate and post-graduate University programs at UniSA.


His passion for continued professional growth & development saw him open Kinetic Rehabilitation + Performance in Campbelltown in 2013.


Wahib has been an invited speaker on numerous Australian Physiotherapy Association and Sports Medicine Australia workshops, is an Independent Clinical Assessor for the Motor Accident Commission and Return to Work SA, and holds titled membership of Sports Physiotherapy Australia and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia.


His clinical interests include the management of complex pain disorders, dynamic management of the lower limb especially ACL rehab and Achilles tendon rupture and post-joint-replacement rehabilitation, as well as developing programs to address adolescent activity and lifestyle choices and educating all ages to the benefits of active lifestyle choices.





Jack O'Leary



Graduating from the University of South Australia in 2015 Jack moved straight into private practice physiotherapy. He has since developed a special interest in sports physiotherapy and specifically exercise-based rehabilitation.


In order to further his depth of knowledge in this area Jack is currently studying a Master of Sports Physiotherapy at LaTrobe University and upon completion will be an APA titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist. He is also an accredited ASCA Strength and Conditioning coach and Complete Concussion Management Incorporated (CCMI) practitioner. Jack is currently the physiotherapist for the Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy and assistant physiotherapist/assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Youth Team at Adelaide United FC.


Jack also enjoys the challenge of working with individuals with persistent pain, osteoarthritic pain and general musculoskeletal conditions. He is able to call upon his hands-on manual therapy skills to aid in the rehabilitation process and utilises a well-rounded evidence-based approach to his clinical work.


Jack is passionate about setting clear rehab plans and believes that education throughout the rehabilitation process is vital to optimising patient outcomes.





Jason Fantasia



Jason has been practicing Remedial Massage for over 3 years after returning from travelling Europe and UK. He has a deep interest in rehabilitation and sports injuries thoroughly studying the anatomy and remedial massage and his goal is to help people regain better quality of life!


Jason comes from a very sporty background and with that has been exposed to numerous injuries over his year of competing, which started his interest in human anatomy and rehabilitation.


Jason uses modalities including remedial massage, relaxation, sports massage, deep tissue, dry needling and trigger point release


His clinical interest includes improving movement and function related to presentations including whiplash, chronic pain, pre- and post-operative pain and dysfunction, and immobility related to ergonomic and activity related activities.





Jenny Geytenbeek




Jenny graduated from the University of South Australia with a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2001 extending prior qualifications in applied science and aquatic physiotherapy.


She has worked extensively in private practice in north eastern Adelaide, has been a clinical educator with UniSA for a number of years, and instructed aquatic physiotherapy nationally. Jenny has a broad experience in musculoskeletal injury, rehabilitation, joint replacement, complex pain and recovery from occupational injuries.


Her clinical practice is founded on a solid knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics and life-impacts of injury. She has a particular interest in the strength and fitness of the non-athlete and female client.


Jenny applies manual therapies and self-help knowledge to economise recovery, minimise recurrence and offset disability. Jenny is a recreational trail jogger, mountain biker and prolific vegetable gardener. 





Maria Polymeneas



Maria has been with the practice since August 2013 and has over 20 years’ experience as a registered psychologist. She enjoys working with both adults and children (10+ yrs) to manage chronic Illness and develop wellness. She also uses hypnosis to assist in rapid results.


Maria bases her psychological treatment approaches on the current understanding and evidence of the neuroscience underpinning psychological conditions. As well as individual consultation, Maria runs the Meerkat Anxiety Program and the Kinetic Pain Program with the Kinetic physio staff.


Maria also works with clients in the compensable environment (RTWSA, CTP) and with clients with specific conditions in NDIS.





Kate Dansie



Kate holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Exercise and Sports Science as well as a Bachelor of Applied Science in Podiatry.


Kate has worked as a Rehabilitation Exercise Consultant for 6 years and she has been working in both the public and private sectors as a Podiatrist for over 26 years.


Kate has a special interest in biomechanical analysis and correction of foot posture using rehabilitation exercises and custom made orthotic devices.


Podiatry services at Kinetic aim to keep the whole family active with healthy feet.
Kate holds a membership with the Australian Podiatry Association.