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…
Our approach to physical therapy is rooted in personalized care. We understand that each patient is unique, and we tailor our treatments to meet your specific needs and goals. Our therapists are not only experienced but also continuously update their knowledge and skills to provide you with the most effective treatment methods.
Discover what sets us apart from other physical therapy providers.
Cecily is a Harford County native who graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Neumann University and Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Arcadia University. Her passion to optimize function with an individualized approach using manual therapy and exercise, led her to Innovative Physical Therapy.
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.
Jeffrey Wise is from Bel Air, Maryland where he graduated Bel Air High School and completed his Associates degree at Harford Community College. After spending time as a chef at local restaurants, Jeff decided to go back to school and attended Cecil College where he completed the Physical Therapist Assistant Program, class of 2021.
“My interest in Physical Therapy really peaked when I had surgery on my foot from an injury and I was assigned to participate in an outpatient therapy program to rehab my ankle. I enjoyed the process and experience which made me want to become a therapist as I enjoy working with people and using my knowledge along with manual skills to help patients progress to good health. Outside of work I enjoy exercising in the gym, running on trails, skateboarding at Rash Field park here in Baltimore and spending time with friends and family. I hope I can help make differences in people’s lives when they attend PT at our clinics because that is what makes my work enjoyable everyday.”
Jeff is a physician assistant who provides medical care to our physical therapy patients. Jeff grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia before moving to Maryland to attend Towson University and AACC, where he obtained his undergraduate degree and physician assistant certificate respectively. While in PA school he also obtained a Master of Medical Science degree from St Francis University. Jeff has been an emergency room PA in Baltimore for 10 years, while also holding adjunct professorship in several local physician assistant training programs. When he isn’t treating his patients or educating his students, Jeff enjoys gardening, snowboarding, and playing various musical instruments.
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.
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.