Meet Fremont Therapy Group's support staff!
Choosing a Physical Therapist is a critical decision for your recovery and mobility–many factors should be considered. At Fremont Therapy Group we have some of the most highly trained practitioners in the industry, as well as state-of-the art facilities.
In addition, we have support staff that sets us apart.
Not only will you be treated one-on-one by a licensed physical therapist, but you can take comfort in knowing that our knowledgeable Athletic Trainer, Physical Therapy Technician (PTT) and Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) will also be a resource for you every step of the way. From guiding you to the treatment area, assisting with equipment during your exercises, to simply putting a smile on your face, our PTTs and PCCs are the best!
Adam is a Certified Athletic Trainer at the Rawlins clinic. He enjoys assisting patients with their rehabilitation and helping with the process to get patients back to the activities they enjoy in their daily lives. Adam covers athletic training services for athletes at Rawlins High School as they compete. Adam takes pride in educating athletes to prevent injuries that may occur on the field/court, as well as helping athletes return to the field of play after an injury.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training at Presentation College in South Dakota, where he played four years of baseball and coached as a student-assistant. He earned his Master’s degree from Northern State University in Sports Performance and Leadership, where served as an assistant coach the baseball team at Presentation College.
A Rawlins native, Adam participated in tennis, track, and basketball while a student Rawlins High School and still enjoys participating in local recreation sports, as well as spending time outdoors with his friends and family.
Amanda “Raye” Emery, is the lead Physical Therapy Technician in Rawlins. As a key figure in the clinic, she works closely with our physical therapists to help patients through their recovery. Raye provides the additional resource of guiding our therapy graduates to further reach their athletic performance, personal fitness and weight loss goals. Raye loves helping patients recover. She enjoys pushing them to reach both short-term and long-term goals. Her enjoyment of exercise and personal training led her FTG where she could turn her love of exercise into a career.
Raye explains her professional drive, “The human body was meant to move and I am fascinated by the process of helping people believe in themselves and get stronger and more confident through exercise. I am driven to see people improve their strength and overall wellness.”
Raye earned an associate’s degree in Health Sciences from Laramie County Community College and a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Wyoming. Raye is also a Certified Personal Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). After working for several years as a Senior Wildland Firefighter with helitack, Raye is pleased to be working more closely with patients and sharing her valuable personal training knowledge.
Outside of work, Raye can be found weightlifting with her husband or taking in Wyoming's wilderness by hiking with her dog or hunting. She also enjoys different mediums of art including pottery, pencil sketches, nail designs, painting, woodworking and jewelry making.
Jessica Archuleta joined Fremont Therapy Group as our Patient Care Coordinator in Rawlins. She has a passion for the medical field which led her to pursue her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She plans further continue her education and become a Nurse Practitioner.
Jessica loves the idea of helping people feel better whether that is through medical care or her friendly demeanor. She was previously trained as a medical assistant and loved every minute of it. She enjoys interacting with our patients and doing whatever she can to make sure they receive excellent service and care.
“I strongly believe that we were put here to be of service to others, and to help people when they need it most. I love the patients at FTG and look forward to seeing them each day as they get stronger and more active. I may not help patients through exercise, but sometimes a listening ear can make a difference. I do enjoy fixing any issues that might arise on our end for the patient. It's always nice to see the relief on a patients face when a worry has been lifted, whether that be with their benefits or any other issue that might come up,” shares Jessica regarding patient care.
Jessica has lived in Rawlins for most of her life and absolutely loves Wyoming. When she’s not working or doing homework, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids. They love going to the Family Recreation Center and playing basketball or volleyball together. She enjoys weightlifting with her husband and doing cardio. They also love camping, fishing, and hunting.