Katie Halden

Katie Halden

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Bondi Junction.

My story: 

I grew up in a tiny town called Ardlethan, NSW (Home of the Kelpie) but at 11, moved to another small town called Leeton (MIA). Growing up I loved soccer, touch, tennis, AFL, cricket and dancing- I was a busy gal!


In 2017 I moved to Sydney to pursue a Bachelor of Health Sciences- (Major in Movement Science) at Sydney University but when I had graduated, I couldn't decide which path to follow. I had one day shadowing Jo in the clinic and absolutely fell in love with physiotherapy! Decision made! I completed a Master’s of Physiotherapy at USYD and have worked as a Sports Trainer for the Sydney Swans Academy.

Nowadays you will catch me playing touch (and enjoying a beer afterwards), running, going to the gym/pilates with a buddy and dancing any chance I get!

What makes me different:

I love to solve problems! Rather than just treating symptoms, I want to understand why people have pain, injuries or biomechanical differences by looking at body as a whole. I'm fascinated by how the body and brain work together in rehab and I love teaching people how to self-manage and prevent injuries through strength work.  I love watching and playing sport so I have an interest in sporting injuries- particularly the female youth athlete.


I am a bright, kind and bubbly person who treats each client like family, I enjoy hearing and telling stories and getting a whole picture of each person who finds their way to my treatment room.

What I have learnt:

  • Bachelor of Health Sciences – Majoring in movement Science – The University of Sydney

  • Masters of Physiotherapy – The University of Sydney

  • Advanced Sports Taping- Sports Medicine Australia

  • Introduction to Kinesiology Taping – Sports Medicine Australia

  • Level 1 Sports Trainer- Sports Medicine Australia

Fun fact: 

I am Jo’s first cousin.