Meet the SSEP Team

Our Exercise Physiologists are all accredited with ESSA and are passionate about sport performance, recovery and rehabilitation.
Find out more about our team and how you can contact them.
Katie Harrison is an accredited exercise physiologist at The Sports Clinic Sydney University, a branch of Sydney Sports and Exercise Physiology


Katie Harrison

Clinical Exercise Physiologist

The Sports Clinic, University of Sydney

Katie’s Story

Katie’s love of sport has stemmed from a strong sporting background, seeing her compete on an international level in Rugby 7s, and competing in high levels of Athletics and Touch Football.

She believe’s exercise is for everyone and aims to help as many people as she can with their physical and mental health through well structured, evidence based exercise programs.


Katie Harrison.

Clinical Exercise Physiologist

Accredited Exercise Scientist


Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology / Clinical Exercise Physiologist

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Bachelor of Human Movement (Exercise and Sports Science)/ Exercise Sports Scientist

Accredited Exercise Scientist

Certificate III in Fitness

Certificate IV in Fitness


Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)

Accredited Exercise Scientist, Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) 



Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation


Hip, knee and back rehab


Neurological Conditions


Mental Health Disorders


Physical Disabilities


Exercise Physiology for seniors

Katie’s Approach to Exercise Physiology

Katie has a keen interest in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries, in particular hip, knee and back pain. She particularly enjoys finding the source of clients pain through assessing things like movement patterns, strength deficits, mobility and training histories and taking an evidence based approach to improving these issues through exercise prescription.

Other areas she is particularly interested in include exercise to improve outcomes for clients with neurological conditions, mental health disorders, intellectual and physical disabilities and seniors.

“I believe exercise is for everyone, and there is no person who does not benefit from a well structured exercise program.”

Katie comes from a strong sporting background, participating in high level Athletics, Touch Football and Rugby 7s. She usually spends her weeknights and weekends training and playing Rugby, and has been lucky enough to play at State, National and an International level. If she’s am not playing sport, Katie loves to keep active outside either running, surfing, snowboarding or adventuring!

Katie’s goal is to help as many people as she can, in more than just their physical health. She believe in a holistic approach to health, and enjoys working to improve clients mental, physical and psycho-social wellbeing.

Get In Touch

Book an Appointment

Talk to Katie at our Sydney University clinic. Call 02 9351 8118

Or call one of our other convenient Exercise Physiology locations around Sydney