The Team at Freeborn Wellness
Andrea "Andie" Freeborn
Co-Founder & Occupational Therapist
Andie’s passion to become an Occupational Therapist came to her as a child while helping care for a brother with Muscular Dystrophy. Her career started in industrial rehab in 2007 as a COTA. In 2014, she graduated with a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy through Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Freeborn Wellness started as a small wellness center focused on Lifestyle Redesign. Andie combined her passion for wellness and experience treating injured workers and created Freeborn Wellness Complete Industrial OT&PT. Her specialty allowed us to create the first of its type Work Conditioning and Work Hardening program in Centralia, WA.
Cory has had “entrepreneur” in his heart since he was 16 after opening DJ’ing company. Cory is active in business development as he thoroughly enjoys meeting individuals around the community and volunteering. Cory once served Lewis County as a paid firefighter and is happy to serve again in a difference capacity. As a previous injured worker, Cory went through a year of Physical Therapy and several rounds of Work Conditioning and Work Hardening. Today, Cory is proud to be a firefighter in King County and is forever grateful for going through these programs. Cory often says, “Each client has their own story; we need to listen to them individually providing the best care possible”.
Lisa M. Bowling
Lisa is a Washington native. She began her experience in physical therapy in 1979 as a Sophomore in High School, working in Industrial/Occupational Healthcare clinics, in hospitals and nursing homes. She graduated from California State University Northridge in 1988 with a BS in Health Science and Physical Therapy.
Lisa has worked in various specialties to include orthopaedic, neurology, foot and hand settings. Throughout her career, she maintained her interests with injured workers and has seen the field expand in program management from acute care to the specialties of Work Conditioning, Work Hardening, FCE and ergonomic/job coaching.
Lisa has owned her own business; been Manager and Director of Orthopaedic, Neurology and Industrial practices. She also worked as a Therapeutic Review Consultant/Contractor with LNI. She enjoys program development, community outreach programs for injured workers, students and patient education. She looks forward to expanding her involvement to Lewis county.
Adam has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has joined us from Minnesota. Adam has always been fascinated by the human body, including, how it moves, what it can handle, and how it has so many ways to heal itself. It is his passion to teach everyone how their body works to heal itself through physical movements, but also the importance of lifestyle changes that can prevent future injuries and improve quality of life. He finds joy helping people realize that they are so much stronger and more capable than they thought they could be. Outside of work Adam spends most of his time outdoors. His current favorite pastimes include climbing, hiking, anything music related, and soccer. Adam and his fiancé are extremely excited to experience all that Washington has to offer.
Operations Manager & PTA
Andy is a Physical Therapist Assistant with a extensive work in orthopedics. He received his Associates of Science degree from Pima Medical Institute in August of 2014. Since graduation he has taken numerous continuing education classes from Manual Therapy, Balance and Vestibular and Strain/Counterstrain courses.
Prior to returning to school Andy was a union electrician with over 17 years of experience in the electrical fields. He has also been a volunteer Firefighter/EMT. He has an extensive understanding of real world working conditions and looks forward to helping our patient return to their full functional capacity and work.
In his free time, he enjoys spending it with his wife and two teenage sons. He loves being outdoors, hiking, and playing softball.
Jami House, COTA, comes to us with over ten years of experience working in Hand Therapy. Jami is not only very knowledgeable with hand therapy but she works extremely hard to go the extra mile for clients. She is so excited to work with Injured Workers and help them heal! Jami has a 19-year-old son who recently graduated, a 14-year-old daughter, 4 dogs, and one cat. She loves boating, fishing, and relaxing. She catches her favorite lingcod and rockfish in Neah Bay!
Crystal attended Everest Technical College and has massaged for about 7 years. “I love what I do. Its hard to find a career that you fall in love with but I found mine! I specialize in deep-tissue, range of motion, treatment massage, prenatal massage, but I can always do a nice relaxing massage as well. The best feeling for me is when your get off the table feeling better than before.” Crystal enjoys the outdoors, hiking, backpacking, kayaking, snowshoeing, snow camping, and just being out in the fresh air. “I hope to meet you all and help you feel better!”
Joi “Job of Injury”
Clinic Mascot/Loved by All
Please meet Joi, our biggest fan! Joi joined the Freeborn Wellness family in late 2019. Her soft, long hair is not only therapeutic to pet but also hypoallergenic. Joi was named by our team from an acronym commonly used in Industrial Rehab, JOI (Job of Injury). She spends most of her day lounging around and will wag her tail when someone walks by in hopes of quick pet. She loves nothing more than to see new clients walk in the door in hopes of meeting another friend. Clients often refer to her as “healing” and are saddened when she takes a day off. On her off days, Joi runs our small farm of three kids and a bunch of chickens. If you have not done so already, you need to come and meet Joi!
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