Dr. Sigourney Weathers, PT, DPT
Sigourney is the owner and physical therapist at Balanced Creations Physical Therapy. She has 15 years of experience helping children of all ages reach their full potential. She is passionate about providing inclusive environments and opportunities for children. She finds that getting to know the family and child, working with their "village," and continually educating herself leads to amazing success stories.
Sigourney graduated from Texas Woman's University in 2012 with a Bachelor's in Kinesiology, Pre-PT, and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Texas Woman's University, in 2017. After graduation, she completed her Rebound Therapy Practioner certification in 2018 and Tutor certification in 2019.
Sigourney has been a gymnastics instructor for 15 years. She specializes in developmental gymnastics, Rebound Therapy (trampoline/gymnastics for children with special needs), competitive Trampoline & Tumbling, and aerial silks.
She is a member of USAGymnastics which allows her to treat and teach clients in a safe accredited gymnastics facility where we always #SmileUpsideDown.
While working as a professional pediatric physical therapist, she noticed that there was a lack of community involvement and inclusion for her clients after discharge from care. Sigourney wanted to change this. In 2020 she started this goal by merging the two (PT and gymnastics) and starting Balanced Creations PT, PLLC. She discovered that merging the two would allow for a seamless transition from PT services to the carryover of functional recreational activities in the community.
Gaby Arrington, MS, NCC
Gaby is originally from Dallas, Tx. She received her bachelors degree in psychology from Texas A&M University and earned her masters degree in Counseling with a concentration in children and adolescence from Southern Methodist University. Throughout her undergraduate and graduate school career, Gaby worked as a Behavioral Therapist, working with children with special needs in school, clinic, and community settings. Gaby has worked with children and adolescents for over 7 years helping them grow and achieve their goals, whether it be socially, emotionally, or physically. She is passionate about cultivating a fun and inclusive environment where kids feel free to be their authentic and true self. She finds that the foundation for success is in creating a safe and trusting relationship with the child and their families.
Gaby grew up trying a range of different sports, but the one that always stayed as a constant was gymnastics. She felt that having gymnastics as a constant in her life helped her grow in her confidence and and build connections throughout her childhood.
Frank is originally from New York City and he moved to Dallas in 2006. His educational focus was in early childhood/special education with a minor in psychology. Frank was a special education teacher for 13 years and was an ABA therapist for 27 years. Frank currently operates a clinic in Dallas which serves clients with an Autism or Mood disorder diagnosis and their families. Frank’s passion is to help his clients and families live to their fullest potential. He believes that collaboration with the child’s families and support system is vital in helping the child reach their highest potential.