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Meet Our Team

  • Amanda Norwick
    Business Manager

    Amanda has worked for Wellspring for over 10 years. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Florida Tech University. As the business manager, she handles the  accounts and insurance, as well as, being the compliance officer and privacy officer. Amanda diligently oversees the business end of the practice by making sure everything runs smoothly.

    Originally from Florida, she moved to Cookeville in 2008 and absolutely loves it here.  Amanda and her 17 year old daughter love spending most of their free time with their 3 horses, Buck, Bullet, and Josie.  Also among their furry family, they have 2 dogs and 4 cats.  They also enjoy traveling, hiking, boating, and of course, horseback riding.

  • Lynn Rathunde
    LMT, CTA, MA
    Massage Therapist

    Lynn has worked for Wellspring for the past 10 years as a Licensed Massage Therapist and a Chiropractic Therapy Assistant.  She has recently gone back to school and graduated with her Medical Assistant degree.

    Graduating at the very top of her class at Cortiva Chicago School of Massage Therapy, Lynn is a Nationally Certified Therapeutic Massage Therapist (NCTMT). She has been a member of the American Massage Therapy Association since 2007.  Lynn also graduated in the top of her class from Fortis Institute, where she received her Medical Assistant degree. Lynn specializes in therapeutic massage, which includes stretching, trigger point therapy, and myo-fascial release.

    Lynn enjoys reading, gardening, and loves being a grandma to her growing family of grandchildren.

  • Tiffany Kelso
    CTA, CXT
    Clinic Administrator/ X-ray Technologist

    Tiffany has also been with Wellspring since 2008 and loves her job.  She is originally from Kansas, then moved to Wisconsin in 1991.  From there, she moved to Tennessee and has never looked back!

    Tiffany is our Chiropractic Therapy Assistant and Certified X-ray Technologist.  She is the smiling face you see when you walk in our front door.  Tiffany says this about her job, 'I love seeing our patients improve in not only their spine health, but their overall health. Patients are like an extended family for me.'

    When Tiffany is not working, she is spending time with her husband and 2 kids.  She is very active in her children's activities and their church. Her hobbies include managing her kids and when she has time, boating with her family.

  • Zoie Hensley
    Rehab Assistant

    Zoie is our newest team member coming to us from her home state of New Mexico.  She came to Cookeville to attend Tennessee Tech on a scholarship to play soccer for our very own division 1 soccer team.  She just graduated in May with her Exercise Science degree and will be moving on to Physical Therapy school next fall.

    As our Rehab Assistant, Zoie helps patients that need spinal rehabilitation after and/or during their chiropractic treatment.  Zoie absolutely loves what she does and the patients love working with her and the progress they make.

    In her free time, Zoie loves to draw, hike, and watch her favorite show, 'Friends.'

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  • ""Sharp pains in my knee have been a problem since I was in the 5th grade and had surgery on the growth plates. The pain has gone from a 5 to a 1 after seeing Dr. Bolton. He is a great man, and everyone needs to see him. He knows what he is doing!""
    Amanda Randolph Cookeville, TN

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