The Team at Freeborn Wellness

Our group has been formed by seeking members that share a common passion to serve. As a small business, we can truly customize your program and make your recovery experience both positive and successful. Our group of licensed providers includes a Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy Assistant, Occupational Therapist, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, Registered Dietician, and Massage Therapist. Our administrative team is also an essential role in making sure everyone who walks in feels welcomed, comfortable, and receives the highest quality of care.
Andrea "Andie" Freeborn

Andrea "Andie" Freeborn

OT

Andrea is the founder of Freeborn Wellness. She has more than 10 years of experience working with injured workers. Her career began in industrial rehabilitation, working as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA/L). She later graduated with her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at Belmont University in Nashville, TN in 2014. She continued to work with injured workers while focusing on hand therapy for a year. In 2016 she opened Freeborn Wellness to help pioneer the emerging area of practice; Wellness and Prevention. The company has since evolved to provide whole-person care to injured workers; including OT/PT, nutrition, and massage.

Cory Freeborn

Cory Freeborn

Co-Founder & Operations Manager

Cory, co-owner of Freeborn Wellness, manages the general operations of the business. As a previous injured worker he pays special attention to be sure both client and therapist needs are met.

In addition to Freeborn Wellness, Cory is a full-time firefighter at South King Fire and Rescue.

Lisa M. Bowling

Lisa M. Bowling

Therapy Manager & Physical Therapist

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.

Andy Cummins

Andy Cummins

PTA/L

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.

Kaylee Mounce

Kaylee Mounce

COTA/L

Kaylee is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant. She earned her Associates degree in Occupational Therapy from PIMA Medical Institute in Renton, WA. While earning her degree she completed fieldwork in hand therapy and industrial rehabilitation. Kaylee enjoys client centered therapy, integrating the patient’s hobbies and interests into their recovery making therapy enjoyable while increasing their independence in daily activities. As a member of the National Board of Occupational Therapy and Washington Occupational Therapy Association she continues to learn new and improve techniques to reduce pain while increasing function. Kaylee is a Lewis County native, born and raised in Mossyrock, WA. During her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband Ryan and their two children Broxton & Blakely.

Karly Jones

Karly Jones

RDN

“Food and nutrition is powerful. It gives us the opportunity to bring friends and family together and nourish our bodies and minds to perform at their optimal level. Sound nutrition is intricately linked with our vitality and happiness and allows us to live a quality life.  My various working and life experiences as a dietitian have confirmed that to live you best life now, a healthy lifestyle is key. It is never too late to get started. The world of nutrition can be confusing and overwhelming with the research and nutrition advice constantly changing, food industries that don’t always have our best interest in mind, the constant stream of recycled fad diets, “nutrition experts” dispensing advice, family and friends that inadvertently sabotage our progress to a healthy life, and our personal barriers to making positive changes. Wherever you are at in your unique journey to a healthier you, I look forward to guiding you through it!”

Crystal Barton

Crystal Barton

Massage Therapist

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!”

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