Tracy Adams, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

When not busy with patients, Tracy enjoys reading action and thriller novels, browsing used book stores, making gourmet budget meals, working out, listening to audiobooks, attending comic conventions, doing yoga, bike riding, and hiking.

Craig Cowling, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

There are so many things that Craig enjoys, but chief among those is being a father to his 3 wonderful daughters. Teaching them how to live and explore their world is truly a joy! In Craig’s free time, he enjoys going to the mountains and keeping tabs on the Elk, Deer, Bighorn Sheep, and black bear populations around Boise. Long term goals include hospital and procedure based medicine, osteopathic and physical medicine, diabetes, weight loss, and pregnancy care.

Lauren Hanlon, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

I was born and raised for most of my life in Ventura, CA. I came from a family of competitive swimmers and all-around water lovers so I had the privilege of spending most of my life in and around water. I swam competitively for 15 years, ultimately swimming for the University of Redlands women’s swim team. While at Redlands, I majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry and Spanish. I was also fortunate enough to meet my husband Ryan during our freshman year, and we have been together ever since. Between undergrad and medical school, I wanted to experience the world outside of my comfort zone and improve my Spanish language skills. Ryan and I lived, worked, and traveled in Chile and Argentina for seven months. We met extraordinary people, saw some of the most beautiful places in the world, and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. After returning from South America, I was accepted into medical school at Pacific Northwest University (PNWU) in Yakima, WA.

My medical interests include: Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT), Sports Medicine, Women’s Health, and Emergency Medicine.

Some things I like to do for fun: I now compete with the Boise Barbell Olympic Weightlifting Club in Boise. I love being part of the tight knit group and continuing to improve my strength and technique. I also love anything to do with water (as mentioned above), hiking with our dog, Max, being the pack mule during Ryan’s triathlon races, and sampling Ryan’s new cooking masterpieces.

I am so excited to be part of the Full Circle Health family!