Katie Barry

Katie Barry

Senior Physiotherapist - (Maternity Leave From February 2024)

WHTA Member, APA Member


Senior Physiotherapist
WHTA Member, APA Member

Katie’s passion for Women’s Health started early in her career as a New Graduate Physiotherapist in 2014.

She has predominately worked in the Public Health setting in Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health Physiotherapy where she has treated a range of conditions including complex pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, prolapse, incontinence and bowel dysfunction, as well as pregnancy and postnatal pelvic floor and muscular dysfunction.

Katie is passionate about ensuring that every patient receives individual, holistic management.

She takes the time to carefully listen so she can provide her patients with the most relevant information and treatment plans, enabling them to make informed and empowered choices about their health care.

Katie enjoys treating all forms of pelvic pain, is passionate about Birth Choice and loves sharing and receiving new knowledge and skills with her colleagues.

When Katie isn’t at work, you will find her with her husband and daughter running around the backyard or doing yoga or Pilates anywhere she finds space at home – usually with her little person close by and taking space on her yoga mat.

Relevant Post Graduate Training:

  • “Lets talk about sex” Sexuality and Sexual Difference Conference, Monash University, 2023
  • Pelvic Floor Research Update – WHTA Associates 2021, 2022
  • Preparing the Pelvic Floor for Birth – Pelvic Health Mentoring 2022
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Anorectal Dysfunction Course – WHAT 2020
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Overactive Bladder – WHTA 2019
  • Advanced Pelvic Floor – Genitourinary and anorectal pain – WHTA 2019
  • Pelvic floor relationship to exercise, sport and musculoskeletal dysfunction – WHTA 2018
  • Advanced pelvic organ prolapse and stress incontinence – WHTA 2016
  • Women’s Health Intensive Course – WHTA 2015
  • Dry Needling, Introductory level (2015)
  • Level 1 Matwork Pilates – Queensland Pilates Institute 2014
  • Paediatric Continence Care – Online Course – Continence Foundation of Australia 2020
  • Project ECHO – Childhood Continence Digital Education Series 2020
  • Master of Physiotherapy Studies, GPA 6.789 – University of Queensland, St Lucia (2012 – 2014)
  • Bachelor of Exercise Science, GPA 6.14 – Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus (2010 – 2012)