Lisa Wilcox, speech-language pathologist with Sonos Neurotherapies in Bend, Oregon

Lisa Wilcox


Lisa is a speech-language pathologist who has been with Sonos Neurotherapies since February of 2022. She earned a Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Emerson College in Boston, MA. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with Distinction in Linguistics with minors in Norwegian and Near Eastern Language and Civilizations at the University of Washington. She also studied in a post-baccalaureate program for Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of Washington.

Lisa began practicing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, treating pediatric clients in the home environment and in Philadelphia Public Schools. After many years of visiting friends in beautiful Central Oregon, she (finally!) moved to Bend in 2019, and has worked with pediatric and adult patients in private practice, home health, and public schools.

Areas of Specialty

Lisa specializes in working with adults and children to improve high-level cognitive-communicative deficits following concussion. She also has been honored to provide gender-affirming voice care for those who want their voice to reflect their true gender. She loves working with families of “late-talkers” to develop their child’s nonverbal play and communication so they can grow the foundational skills required for communication.

Lisa’s areas of interest include cognitive-communication, accent modification, dysarthria, aphasia, apraxia, voice disorders, swallowing disorders, stuttering, speech-sound disorders/phonological disorders, and literacy.

Lisa has been trained in SPEAK OUT! ® through the Parkinson’s Voice Project to treat patients with voice and speech difficulties associated with Parkinson’s Disease.
In her spare time, Lisa loves sourdough baking, stand-up paddleboarding with her dog, Theo, hiking, and cross-country skiing.


  • Master of Science, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Emerson College
  • Bachelor of Arts, Linguistics, Minors in Norwegian, Middle Eastern Language and Civilization, University of Washington
  • Post-baccalaureate study, Speech, and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington


  • Licensed by the State of Oregon by the Board of Examiners For Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
  • Licensed by the State of California by the Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology, and Hearing Aid Dispenser’s Board
  • Licensed by the State of Pennsylvania – State Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
  • Trained provider in SPEAK OUT! ® voice therapy for people with Parkinson’s Disease

"Sonos has been a great partner in our multidisciplinary concussion clinic. They have stepped up to serve our patients and we enjoy the coordination of care that we feel brings the patients improved care. On an individual basis, our patients have gained tools and knowledge to address challenges from brain injury in their everyday lives. Practical tips and tools that are invaluable. SONOS helps to change lives for those suffering from traumatic brain injury.”

Viviane Ugalde, MD, The Center

“As an asthma specialist involved in the care of patients of all ages with laryngeal hypersensitivity and vocal cord dysfunction, I have had the opportunity to share numerous patients with the speech and language pathologists at Sonos. I have been very impressed by the professionalism, communication, quality of care, and outstanding results that my patients get under their care. It is very rewarding to see the results they achieve with the patients I refer to them."

Adam Williams, MD, Bend Memorial Clinic

"I always trust that Sonos Neurotherapies is going to provide excellent therapy and care for my patients. Families and patients love the specialists there and the support they provide.”

Mary T. Rogers, MD, FAAP, Central Oregon Pediatric Associates

Contact Us

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(541) 604-8255

Fax (541) 706-9440

20310 Empire Ave, Suite A103, Bend, OR 97703