Meet The NW Austin Clinic Team
Dr. Ryan Seifert, PT, DPT
Ryan Seifert is a well-known Physical Therapist in Austin, TX and is Owner of Natural Fit Therapy, one of the fastest growing clinics in North Austin.
Ryan is a former college athlete and a leading pitcher for his University of Redlands baseball team. After his time at Redlands, he went on to graduate school to earn his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Chapman University in Orange, California. Not only did he learn the foundations that make him such a great PT, he found the love of his life (and now wife) Laura. Laura herself is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a member of the Natural Fit Therapy team. The Seifert family live happily in North Austin with their three little boys.
Ryan specializes in balance training as well as treatment of back pain in adults 50+. He and his diverse team of therapists specialize in helping adults 50+ stay healthy and maximize their activity without pain pills, injections, or surgery so they can fully enjoy the retirement they’ve worked so hard for.
Dr. Mary Arnold, PT, DPT
Mary received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Emory University. She also has several certifications such as, CCMI, LSVT, BIG, and IDN that make her an excellent Physical Therapist, specializing in speech therapy and Parkinson’s Disease.
Being a Physical Therapist is something Mary always knew she wanted to do. She loves helping people find their strength again and cherishes the bonds she’s made over the years with past patients. In her free time, Mary enjoys kickboxing, baking, and spending time with her husband, Jim and their son, Griffin.
Kym Stephenson, Intake Specialist
Stephen Olivo, General Manager
Val Guerrero, Operations Manager
Dr. Sarah King, PT, DPT
Sarah King received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Texas State University and is also a PWR! Certified Therapist.
Sarah founded and ran her own Physical Therapy practice for people diagnosed with Parkinson’s from 2015-2019. She then joined the Natural Fit team and is very passionate about giving all people with Parkinson’s a feeling of empowerment immediately after they’re diagnosed. The idea of preventing the devastating effects of Parkinson’s and giving people back the feeling of control over their destiny is her biggest motivator.
Sarah can be found spending her weekend playing soccer, hiking the Greenbelt, or swimming at Barton Springs with her husband Matt, and their son.