Frontier NeuroHealth

Our Team

Allen Gee, MD, PhD, FAAN

Neurologist + Founder

Allen L. Gee MD, PhD, FAAN is a board-certified Neurologist with over 20 years of private practice experience. His PhD in the field of PsychoNeuroImmunology demonstrated classically conditioned enhancement of Natural Killer Cell activity in a murine model. Dr. Gee currently practices at Frontier NeuroHealth with facilities in Cody and Gillette Wyoming, as well as serving all of Wyoming via TeleHealth.

The “Healing Space” clinic in Cody was designed and built by Dr. Gee and applies the neuroscience of architecture creating space to address the foundational drivers of NeuroHealth. He is a leader in Personalized Precision NeuroHealth.

Dr. Gee has been instrumental in the creation of the NeuroHealth and Integrated Neurology section of the American Academy of Neurology. He is a graduate and advisor for the AAN Palatucci Advocacy Leadership Forum and currently gives talks on Leadership, Resilience and Health Information Technology. He served on the AAN Government Relations Committee for 6 years and currently serves on the AAN Medical Economics and Practice Committee and Quality Committee.

He has been a Health Information Technology consultant for over a decade and advocates for using technology to bridge the geographic barriers to healthcare. Dr. Gee received the Athenahealth Vision Award in 2014.

He is the Founder and the principal investigator for Wyoming Health Innovation Living Laboratory, a proof of concept ecosystem partnering with innovative technologies and changing the face of healthcare.

Robert Mazzola, MD, MSPH, FCCP

Pulmonary, Critical Care, & Sleep Medicine

Dr. Robert Mazzola, MD, MSPH, FCCP is a Pulmonary, Critical Care, & Sleep Medicine Physician. He has been in practice since 2008 and is the Director of Frontier’s sleep lab. He is affiliated with Intermountain Healthcare and his practice is located in Salt Lake City, UT with his main office in Murray, UT at The Orthopedics Specialty Hospital (TOSH). His focus is on sleep disorders and critical care medicine with a research interest in peri-operative management of sleep apnea.

Lauren Seitz, PA

Physicians Assistant

Lauren Seitz attended Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan where she performed her undergraduate studies and earned her bachelor’s degree in clinical exercise science in 2011. One year later, she returned to Grand Valley State where she graduated with her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in December 2018. She moved to Cody in January 2019 to pursue her dreams of living among the mountains in Wyoming and providing healthcare to the community. Lauren has always been very passionate about overall health and wellness that encompasses not only the physical body but also, the mind and soul. During her undergraduate years, she worked in corporate wellness and did extensive work with an expert in sleep medicine. She has traveled abroad and domestically serving as a research associate and sleep educator for Maas Presentations. When she’s not at the clinic, Lauren loves spending time at the 7D Ranch in Sunlight Basin. She also enjoys hiking, cooking, horseback riding, and yoga.

Scott Wilson, PA-C

Physicians Assistant

Scott has been a Physician Assistant since 2003 and has practiced in Acute Care Medicine, Orthopedics, Neurology, Chronic Pain, and Sleep Medicine. Scott is particularly interested in Parkinson’s Disease and Headache Management. He attended the University of Oklahoma and the Southern Nazarene University. Scott has lived in Cody since 2004, leveraging his interests in fishing and hunting as well as spending time with his family.

Regina Gee, IHWC

Certified Integrative Wellness Coach

As a Certified Integrative Wellness coach, Regina works with people in the midst of life changes, people experiencing mental illness, and people who are looking to be seen, heard, and valued. She focuses on achieving holistic and integrative health through the seven core areas: resiliency, spirituality, relationships, sleep, nutrition, movement, and environment. The work is always a partnership based on respect for the innate wisdom and healing capacity within each person, with an emphasis on self-care. Regina helps people connect to their values and empowers and supports them in envisioning and enacting their goals. In short, she helps facilitate whole, integrated, and undivided lives.

Regina is interested in the connections between inner and outer worlds and what it means to live well; questions of spiritual care are close to her heart. She believes there are spiritual layers to mental health, and that the deepest layers of our psyches are where we find the vital and sacred and where we learn how to live integrated lives. With a gift for building bridges and navigating complexity, she is committed to helping people explore these depths and find their inner wellspring.

Her current offerings include one-on-one coaching sessions, virtually and in person. Typically, people work with Regina for 3-6 months, meeting every other week to work on specific goals or to help kickstart changes in their life. Sessions are normally 45–60 minutes and consist of reflection, active listening, goal setting, and accountability planning. Regina’s approach is 100-percent person centered and tailored to individual needs. You can expect her to skillfully guide your self-reflection and elicit the guidance of your inner teacher. In addition to one-on-one coaching Regina also writes wellness articles and publishes content on social media. She is also looking forward to creating group coaching vessels in the near future.

You can get connected with Wellspring Coaching here or contact Regina at

Our Supporting Staff

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Left to Right: Dr. Allen Gee, Christy Turlington Burns, Jonathan Bush, Leslie Brunner (Photo Credit: Darlene DeVita)

Speaking Engagements & Lectures

Allen L. Gee, MD, PhD, FAAN is a recognized expert in Neurology and NeuroHealth as well as health technology innovation.

Dr. Gee’s presentations encompass the neurology and physiology of health and wellness and how this NeuroHealth is relevant for everyone interested in well-being, resilience and performance.  

Dr. Gee also speaks to the digital transformation of healthcare.  Delivery of healthcare has transformed and there will be no going back to the status quo.  The transformation is more than telemedicine. It is leveraging technologies, resources and expertise to deliver the right care, at the right time and place for people.  It will matter much less where the people and the expertise are located.  

For information about appearances and speaking engagements please direct inquiries to

Our Team Values

Why We Value NeuroHealth

NeuroHealth is holistic and neurological wellbeing. It is general health, happiness, relations and performances. Its absence is mental and physical dysregulation and disease.

The body is wise. The body’s internal environment is created to support the workings of DNA cells and systems to support life. This internal balance is aggressively monitored and maintained by the mind and body working together.

We believe quality sleep, nutrition, movement and mindfulness are core elements. When we get people sleeping, moving (gently), eating well and understanding and addressing mindfulness, diseases are more easily treated or delayed.

NeuroHealth is our focus to assist the mind and body on this endeavor. At Frontier we are encouraging people to utilize the NeuroHealth services for their overall wellbeing and not just for disease.

Dr. Gee is very professional and works with you and your family to achieve a common goal. He is friendly and caring. Would recommend.

Cody, WyomingNeurology Patient

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