Our team looks forward to starting you on a path to recovery at one of our physical therapy and rehabilitation centers. Read why hundreds of our patients rated us as a 5-star practice and chose Innovative as their healthcare care provider!
Innovative HCC is owned by a local physical therapist, Bryan Morrow, MPT, with many convenient locations throughout Maryland and Delaware. We are known for our fun environment focused on personalized therapy plans that get our patients out of pain and back to doing what they love.
Our services include outpatient physical therapy, manual therapy, balance / vestibular, neurology, pre and post-surgical, work injury, auto accident injury and more…
Are you struggling with chronic pain, recovering from an injury, or looking to improve your balance and coordination? Our Abingdon location now offers Aquatic Therapy, a proven and effective treatment method that can help you regain strength, flexibility, and confidence.
In the hands of our trained healthcare professionals, the therapeutic properties of water can be harnessed to assist with a wide range of conditions, from arthritis and back pain to neurological disorders and post-surgery recovery.
Don’t let pain hold you back. Dive into relief and recovery with our Aquatic Therapy program. Contact us today to schedule your first session at our Abingdon location. Your journey to wellness starts here.
Brenda completed both her undergrad and doctorate degrees at Boston University. She was raised in Carroll County, Maryland and has been a Baltimore resident for 8 years. She started her career at The Johns Hopkins hospital working with a large array of patients from post op orthopedics, intensive care, chronic illness, and neurological disorders.
VictoriaI attended Arcadia University, where she completed both her undergraduate studies and physical therapy school, graduating in 2018. Her passion for becoming a physical therapist stems from a desire to empower people to achieve their personal goals and to do what matters most to them. She likes to spend her free time playing with her 2 cats and enjoying cozy nights watching TV with her husband. She also enjoys hiking, traveling, and baking.
Taylor is from Cecil County where she graduated from Cecil College’s PTA program this spring and moved to Harford county this summer. She grew up playing every sport possible and continue to play in pick up volleyball and basketball leagues in Baltimore. She fell in love with physical therapy because it combined her love of fitness and wellness with her passion to help people feel as good as they can while doing the things they love. In Taylor’s free time she loves to hike, work out, read, go see any new movie and spend as much time as possible outside.
Bobby is from Harford County, Maryland, and he graduated from University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Robert decided to become a PT because he believes being able to actively aid in improving an individuals’ quality of life is one of the most rewarding occupations that one could ask for. He said that “motivation is accomplished primarily by showing progress, and providing a strong patient education aspect to treatment. Knowledge is power, and the better we can rationalize why we are doing something, the quicker buy in will occur.”
Robert was an athletic trainer on the division I level and some isolated jobs at the NFL level earlier in his career. He enjoys performing research efforts in his free time, with his colleague at Towson University. He also enjoys teaching sports performance and therapeutic exercise for Towson University’s Athletic Training Program. Robert loves his family, so doing anything with them is his greatest gift in life.
Ann is a physician assistant who provides medical care to our patients. Ann grew up in Harford County and enjoys working in the community where she grew up. She earned her Bachelors of Science in biology with pre-medicine, and earned her Masters Degree in physician assistant studies at Towson University and CCBC Essex respectively. Ann is also an emergency room PA working at a local hospital for the past 14 years. When not providing medical care to her patients, you can find Ann hiking and exploring with her husband, 2 children and dog.
Michelle joined us in 2020 and is an integral part of our administration team. She works closely with our clinical directors, patients and referral partners in Harford County. Michelle spent last 19 years in the Property & Casualty insurance industry, where underwriting and customer service were forefront responsibilities. We are lucky to have her!
Physical therapy can benefit you by helping to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and enhance overall physical function. Whether you’re recovering from an injury, surgery, or managing a chronic condition, our expert therapists in Baltimore, MD, will create a personalized treatment plan to address your specific needs, ultimately promoting a better quality of life.
Choosing a physical therapist with Innovative Healthcare Centers ensures you receive local expertise and personalized care tailored to the unique needs of the community. Our physical therapists understand the specific health challenges and environmental factors in the area, allowing us to provide targeted, effective treatments and support for your recovery journey.
During a physical therapy session, you can expect a personalized and comprehensive approach to your healthcare. Your initial session will typically involve a detailed evaluation where our skilled therapists, will assess your medical history, perform physical examinations, and discuss your goals and concerns. Based on this assessment, we’ll develop a customized treatment plan designed to address your specific needs. Subsequent sessions will focus on implementing this plan, which may include exercises, manual therapy, modalities, and education about self-care techniques. Throughout your sessions, our team will closely monitor your progress, making necessary adjustments to help you achieve your health and mobility goals effectively and safely.
The most common form of physical therapy is orthopedic physical therapy. This specialized branch focuses on treating musculoskeletal conditions, such as injuries to bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. It’s widely sought after for issues like sprains, strains, back pain, and post-surgery rehabilitation.