MOSAIC Health & Rehab provides adult and pediatric physical, occupational, and speech therapy services to clients in Bozeman, Belgrade, and the surrounding areas in need of care due to trauma, injury, disease, surgery, congenital disability, or developmental issues.

Our goal is to help our clients reach their full potential. In order to meet this goal, our team of experienced physical, occupational, and speech therapists perform specialized evaluations and develop treatment plans specific to each client’s specific needs.

If I could give more than 5 stars, I would. Both of our children have had some serious medical issues, and Mosaic remained through all of it to be this beacon of knowledge and a true resource. The therapists always talk through the why's and how's, and keep you in the loop with progress/goals. The front desk staff have jumped through hoops to schedule us in a way that works for us, and are super helpful with insurance.

- Rachel K.

My daughter has been seeing Morgan for Speech and I am thrilled with her progress! She is so kind, caring, funny and most importantly makes learning fun! My daughter always has a great time and is excited for her session every week!

- Mandy S.

I brought my son to Mosaic for speech therapy as I thought he might be dyslexic and the school programs were not helping. Zillah at Mosaic has not only been amazing to work with, but my son's reading comprehension, skills, and confidence has improved tremendously in just a short period of time. I am very excited to continue with Zillah and watch my son finally find a love for learning and reading.

- Erin F.

Both my sons have seen Rhiannon Ohman, PT throughout the years. My 5 yr old has gone to her since he was just a few months old. Rhiannon is one of the best pediatric PTs in the Gallatin Valley, she is able to do what needs to be done to help my son all the while being fun and compassionate to his needs and desires. She has always gone above and beyond for my family and we truly think the world of her, she is like family to us hands down I would recommend her to anyone ❤

- Michelle D.

My daughter has been in speech therapy with Tiffany and recently started OT with Sarah! Both are amazing! They are easy to communicate with if we see a concern, great with at home activities to help keep her improving, and set realistic goals for her! She has made amazing progress while in the care of Mosaic! She is always excited to come in and see her therapists and even know who she gets to see what day! They have been very helpful with scheduling us trying to get the appointments to work best with our routine! We can't thank you guys enough, or wait to get our younger one started!!

- Kimberly F.

Mosaic has been a part of our family for five years. They have a great team of therapists that have helped my children succeed with confidence. We have seen occupational, physical and speech therapists, all of whom have been knowledgeable and understanding of our needs. I would highly recommend Mosaic to anyone no matter what age.

- Kristi E.

Our Blog

05.16.2022
Stress Incontinence: A Little Pee When I Sneeze is Normal, Right? Well, Not Exactly…
Stress incontinence after childbirth is common, but it is not normal. Physical therapy can help. Whether you had a vaginal birth or a c-section, a weakened pelvic floor can lead to lack of urination control. However, a weak pelvic floor isn’t always the culprit. This is why it is important to be evaluated by a
stress incontinence
05.23.2022
Fine Motor Skills and Their Importance
Fine motor skills…exactly what are they, and why are they so important? Fine motor skills are those skills that require refined use of the small muscles of the hand. These muscles are responsible for controlling the hand, fingers, and thumb. Development of fine motor skills make it possible for children to complete important tasks such
fine motor
05.09.2022
When Reading Difficulty is not Dyslexia
Reading disability is often attributed to dyslexia. People frequently use the terms dyslexia and reading disability interchangeably. However, not every student who experiences difficulty with reading is dyslexic. The student may have a developmental language disorder which impairs reading skills. Although both impact reading comprehension, the term reading disability is part of a more general
reading difficulty