Greg Janicki, PT, MS, FAFS, CAFS, FMR, GPS, CSCS is a physical therapist and lead of the aquatic therapy program at Hammond Henry Hospital in Geneseo, IL. In 2009, he started and continues to lead the Adult Summit program to help hospital employees and community members improve mobility, stability, and confidence in 3-dimensional movement. Greg has written grants to help fund local movement camps for kids in the community. The movement literacy camps are based off Free2Play, powered by the Gray Institute. “Athletes inspire and grow in personal capacity to contribute to the wellbeing of others. Free2Play facilitates this through various Play-it-Forward ideas, initiatives, and encouragement.”
Greg is active in the community volunteering his time at local charity races and as a coach in many sports year-round. He works with local athletes and teams to help develop dynamic warm ups and movement progressions to help them prepare for their sport.
After graduating from Palatine HS, Greg received his undergraduate education at Augustana College. He then graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a MS in Physical Therapy in 2002. He has had experience both as a staff physical therapist and a clinic manager. In 2013, he completed the 40-week GIFT mentorship program to become a Fellow of Applied Functional Science® (FAFS) through the Gray Institute. After that he continued his education and Applied Functional Science by completing certifications in 3D MAPS and as a Nike Golf Performance Specialist.
Greg is co-owner of TruForce Fitness, LLC and co-inventor of the TriForce, a functional tool used to provide the fitness and rehabilitation industries with one device versatile enough to challenge the body via 3-dimensional functional tasks. Greg is blessed with an amazing wife, three incredible kids, and an awesome German Shepherd named Ivan.