Martin (Marty) Hogan

Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
APA Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapist 

I have extensive experience in managing patients with difficult and complex musculoskeletal problems:

ADVANCED SPINAL MANAGEMENT: After 30 years working as a physiotherapist I am more passionate and excited than ever by how much my knowledge, skills and experience can continue to help my patients every day. My purpose is to always have a patient first focus, working collaboratively with you to deliver great outcomes. I hold a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and am also a titled APA Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist.

ELITE SPORTS INJURY MANAGEMENT: With my tenure in recent years at AFL club Carlton and the National AFL Academy , I am now working at the cutting edge of sports injury management.

My areas of passion and expertise lie in:

  • helping people manage long-standing complex back & neck pain
  • working with sports injury diagnosis and recovery
  • treating joint, muscle and tendon problems
  • diagnosing vertigo, dizziness and headache problems

"My passion is helping people keep doing, or get back to doing, the things that they love doing!" - Marty

Complex Back and Neck Pain

Sports Injury Diagnosis and Recovery

Joint, Muscle and Tendon Issues

Vertigo, Dizziness & Headaches


  • He loves to help sportspeople restore and achieve their ultimate sports performance.
  • He is expert at diagnosing and managing any sports-related issue and is committed to helping athletes across all levels of sport and leisure.
  • He has extensive experience and qualifications in working with elite level footballers in the AFL (Carlton AFL part-time in 2013, and 2016-18), Murray Bushrangers U18/s (Talent League) since 2007, and National AFL Talent Pathway Lead Physiotherapist (Vic Country Hub).
  • Marty has Post-Graduate Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from Latrobe University.
  • He spent three years assessing and diagnosing spinal patients referred to Wangaratta orthopaedic surgeon, Michael Falkenberg (as part of the Spinal Assessment Service).