2135 Charlotte St., Suite 3, Bozeman, MT 59718 Phone: (406) 586-8030 Fax: (406) 586-8036


During your initial visit, your therapist will initiate a comprehensive evaluation including the history of your injury or illness; learn more about you and your goals for rehabilitation; and administer standardized testing to determine your current level of functioning. With that information, a plan of treatment including goals will be developed with your input.  Treatment is individualized to meet your goals. A written report will be sent to the  physician who referred you.

The therapists at Neuro Rehab Associates strive to keep up-to-date with the latest research and attend continuing education courses in order to provide relevant and comprehensive treatments for our patient’s individualized needs. We offers positive encouragement for patients throughout their rehabilitation and help them set realistic goals. Our goal is to provide patients with effective treatment plan, which will enable them to optimize their function and meet their therapy goals.


Cathy Fisher, M.S., CCC-SLP

Cathy is the founder of Neuro Rehab Associates. She received her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Arizona and has dedicated her career to working with adults and school-aged children with neurological disorders. Prior to moving to Bozeman in 1994, Cathy was the program manager of a Brain and Spinal Injury CARF accredited program in Texas.

Since moving to Montana in 1994, Cathy has continued to provide Speech Pathology services in various settings, including inpatient rehabilitation, long term care, home health and Bozeman Deaconess Hospital She has been in private practice for over ten years.

Michelle Rosen, OTR/L

Michelle received her Bachelor of Science degree from Loma Linda University and has focused her career on working with adults and children with neurological disorders. Before moving to Bozeman in 2006, she worked at the Centre for Neuro Skills, specializing in neuro rehab. Michelle has extensive experience in visual rehabilitation with adults and children. She is also Neuro Dynamic Therapy (NDT) Certified by the Neuro-IFRAH organization, specializing in improving physical function for individuals with hemiplegia.

Tina Poncin, M.S., CFY-SLP

Tina graduated from the University of Montana where she received a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology. She enjoys working with individuals across the life-span and their families faced with various neurological conditions in a functional way that positively impacts their daily lives. Tina loves to cook and to create aphasia friendly recipes to share with clients. She is a certified Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) clinician through LSVT Global, Inc.

Angie Chenier, OTR/L

Angie received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Western Michigan University.  She has worked in a variety of health care settings including outpatient rehab, inpatient rehab, long-term care, and home health, helping individuals with neurological, neuromuscular, visual impairments, cognitive issues, and orthopedic impairments. She has experience in oncology rehab, ergonomics, community reintegration, energy conservation, fall risk reduction, home modification, and patient/caregiver education.  She values helping people improve quality of life and regain functional independence.  

Kathy Manning, MA, CCC-SLP

Kathy received her Master’s Degree at the University of Michigan and has been involved with Neuro-Rehab Associates since 2003. She has worked in a variety of medical settings, treating language and cognitive deficits in adults with neurogenic disorders. Areas of specialty include mild traumatic brain injury, mild cognitive impairment, cognitive disorders resulting from chemotherapy and radiation, stroke, dementia, and accent modification.


Sometimes you know that you are not functioning as you were before your injury or illness but you are not sure what type of specialist you should see. Contact us. We listen to what your concerns are regarding your functioning and give you specific information on what we treat.   If it is determined that we are not who you should see, then we will make suggestions on other specialists you could contact. 

 ~ Hear it from a Neurologist~

 I have seen the progress my patient’s have made while working with these therapists not only from a cognitive and physical standpoint but from a quality of life standpoint as it has been an avenue to understanding their own limitations, expectations and goals for recovery.

Dr. Sherry Reid, Neurologist