Concussion Resource Center


The Concussion Resource Center

The Concussion Resource Center is a non profit 501(c)(3) - developed to provide services and help access information and resources about concussions to individuals and families.

Board & Advisory Committee

The CRC Board and Advisory Committee is a joint venture between professionals committed to assisting people who have suffered concussions and individuals who have sustained concussions. We are committed to providing current and accurate information.

Board of Directors

Cathy Fisher, M.S., CCC-SLP

Cathy is a speech-language pathologist and founder of Neuro Rehab Associates, Inc. an outpatient clinic offering Speech and Occupational therapy in Bozeman. 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 students with neurological disorders, specializing in treatment of people with concussions. Cathy has been an active member of the Bozeman Sunrise Rotary Club for over 20 years and is a co-founder of the Fix Up Festival- Neighbors Helping Neighbors, a one day event where free home repairs are made to the homes of 12 low income, elderly or disabled citizens of the Gallatin Valley. She received the Bozeman Business and Professional Woman’s Association’s - Woman of Achievement award in 2016.

Her hobbies include skiing, hiking, gardening, travel, and time with her family in the US and France.

Austin Schuerg

Austin relocated from Chicago to Montana in 2012 with his wife to take advantage of the natural beauty of the state. Austin brings experience in the accounting field to the board of the CRC. Austin has practiced public accounting beginning in 2011 with a strong emphasis on not for profits. Outside of his experience in Public Accounting he has two years of private industry experience. 

In 2016, Austin suffered a concussion and fully agrees and understands the value of the CRC’s mission.

He enjoys fishing, hunting, backpacking and anything that involves being outside. 

Brittany Milne

Brittany is a physical therapist at APRS in Bozeman. She graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of North Dakota in 2011. Brittany began her career in Phoenix AZ in which she anvanced her skills and knowledge in vestibular and orthopedic therapy, before returning to Montana and joining the APRS team in 2018. She has been treating concussions since 2013 and hopes with the Concussion Resource Center we will be able increase awareness in the community with information, tools, and resources to those affected by concussions.

In her free time Brittany enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking, playing with her black lab, traveling, and enjoying the outdoors.

Nancy Astrup

Nancy received her physical therapy degree in 1984 from Northwestern University in Illinois. She worked at St. Vincent Hospital in Billings MT working in New Hope Rehabilitation Center with acute neuro/trauma patients for 3 years before moving to Bozeman in 1987. She has worked at APRS Physical Therapy since that time, specializing/developing the vestibular program since 1998. She completed 2 levels of Vestibular Certifications through Emory in 2000 and 2003. She has had the opportunity to continue to practice in vestibular therapy at APRS where she uses her skills and continuing education to improve rehabilitation to those who suffer from vestibular/balance/dizziness disorders.

She enjoys skiing, hiking and traveling with her husband Pete and spending time whenever possible with her 2 daughters.

Andrew Joseph

Andrew grew up in Columbus, Ohio and moved to Bozeman in 2014. He has a B.S. in Marketing from The Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University and is currently pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science from Oregon State University. Andrew is the owner of AJ Media which does web development, software development, photography, videography and drones.

He enjoys snowboarding, mountain biking, climbing and being in the mountains. Andrew is looking to help people find education and the help they need through the CRC.