Kat Walker

BSc(Hons) BPhty PG Cert Physio (Pelvic Floor Physio)

APA Member

Since completing my Doctor of Physiotherapy degree, I have worked in a variety of hospitals and settings. I have always been very interested in pelvic health, and found the people around me have always felt comfortable to discuss any issues they might be having. This is how I knew pelvic floor physiotherapy was the career for me.

I love being a pelvic floor physio and I am delighted to be able to help people achieve goals that are important to them. Like 1 in 3 women, I have experienced my own traumatic birth, and subsequent pelvic floor injury and dysfunction. I am passionate about helping people recover from their bothersome symptoms and regain their confidence.

In a previous life I was a researcher in the field of reproductive biology and was fortunate enough to have my work published. As a result of this experience I am passionate about holistic care that is evidence-based.

In my spare time I enjoy bargain hunting, painting, baking calorie dense desserts and taking care of my son, who keeps me very busy.

Meet our therapists


Caroline Bender

BA(Hons) Grad Dip Phys, Grad Cert Clin Phys Continence and Women’s Health

APA Titled Physiotherapist

Rebecca Bruce

BKin, DPT, PG Cert Physio (Pelvic Floor Physio) 

APA Member


Usanee (Cee) Heron

BPhty, MClinPhysio Continence and Women’s Health

APA Titled Physiotherapist