meet our team
Brian Morrison D.C.
Location: Ellicott City
Dr. Brian Morrison completed his undergraduate studies in biology at the State University of New York at Binghamton. He became interested in integrative medicine after suffering from recurrent, severe low back pain due to a sports injury. He did not find relief with traditional methods and sought the services of a chiropractor. Based on his successful experience he decided to pursue chiropractic as a career. In 1987, he graduated magna cum laude, valedictorian from Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, MO.
He went on to complete a residency in Chiropractic Family Practice at Lindell Hospital in affiliation with Barnes and Jewish Hospitals in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Morrison has been in private practice in Ellicott City, MD for 27 years. He has been named "Chiropractor of the Year" by the Maryland Chiropractic Association.
In 2005, he began an affiliation with the University of Maryland Center for Integrative Medicine and was formally brought on as Clinical Faculty with the School of Medicine in 2014. He teaches courses on manual medicine and pain science for 4th year medical students and residents. He also sees patients at The University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopedic Institute (formerly Kernan Hospital) as a member of the Integrative Pain Clinic.
Dr. Morrison's private practice is a clinical teaching facility for the University of Maryland School of Medicine. You may have the opportunity to meet the medical students and residents as they shadow the Morrison Chiropractic doctors throughout the year.
Dr. Morrison's philosophy is that correction of biomechanical dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system and educating the patient about pain physiology are key elements in reducing or eliminating pain, restoring comfortable, healthy, efficient movement and in preventing future problems.
He recently co-authored a chapter on Integrative Management of Pain in Practical Management of Pain, 5th Ed. H. Benzon Ed. Dr. Morrison is a featured presenter for the University of Maryland Center for Integrative Health and Healing Annual Wellness Conference, Maryland Chiropractic Association, Maryland Massage Therapy Association, DC Dental Society and the Howard County Dental Hygiene Association. He is a member of the Columbia Association Medical Advisory Board.
Haydee Morrison D.C.
Haydee Morrison, D.C is a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield, MO, and she received her Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Binghamtom. She is Board Certified and licensed in the state of Maryland with Physical therapy privileges. Dr. Morrison has been helping Howard County families recover from pain and injuries for over 25 years.
She was born in Havana, Cuba and speaks Spanish fluently. Her approach to health care is to discover and address the cause of your health condition, not merely mask it with medication. As a Doctor of Chiropractic, she is an expert at detecting and correcting spinal misalignments. Her focus is on improving or eliminating the underlying condition with chiropractic treatment. She teaches her patients how to care for themselves through appropriate life-styles modification and corrective exercise, allowing the body to heal as completely as possible.
William Jones D.C.
Dr. William Jones, known as "Wijy" is a native of Anne Arundel County and is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College. Licensed in 2011 as a Supervising Doctor of Chiropractic with Physical Therapy privileges he has enjoyed practicing in Baltimore City, Prince George's County, and Howard County.
His post-graduate certifications enhance his abilities in Functional Movement Assessment, rehabilitation, and manual therapies. His current certifications include; Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Functional Movement Screen, Graston Technique, Russian Kettlebell Certified Instructor, Certified Kinesio-taping Practitioner, and Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling.
He loves to empower his patients to move with quality, so no matter what their activity, they can live life moving well with less risk for injury and pain. He also enjoys enhancing athletic performance at any level from the "Weekend Warrior" to the elite athlete. He has a love for movement and wants to help his patients reach any goal they have set.
When he is not treating patients, Dr. Jones enjoys spending time with family and friends, and staying active in sports. He especially enjoys, soccer, bowling, and slow pitch softball, but is just happy to move. "Movement is life."
Ross Dubin D.C.
Location: Ellicott City
Dr. Ross Dubin was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland at College Park.
Following graduation he moved to Chicago where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the National University of Health Sciences. Dr. Dubin is Board Certified for the state of Maryland with Physical Therapy Privileges. Special training and certifications include McKenzie Therapy, Rock Tape, Active Release® Technique (ART) 2015-2016, Graston® Technique and Dry Needling. Dr. Dubin has special interest in all musculoskeletal conditions, sports injuries, and nutrition. Go Ravens!
He is licensed as a Supervising Doctor of Chiropractic with Physical Therapy privileges and also maintains his credentials as a Certified Athletic Trainer. He is also certified through Rocktape with FMT taping and instrument-assisted soft tissue manipulation techniques. Dr. Sawdey has a love for sports, even having spent time in professional hockey and soccer as an Athletic Trainer.
licensed massage therapist
Jennifer Dress has lived in Howard county since 1969. She graduated from Howard Community college in 1995 with an Associates Degree in Nursing.
After contributing almost two decades in nursing and patient care, Jennifer became interested in taking her knowledge base in health care and shifting from a "pathology oriented" career to a "wellness oriented" approach. She attended the Central Maryland School of Massage, graduating and obtaining her license in Massage Therapy.
Jennifer's approach to massage therapy is to problem solve by using clinical reasoning to devise variations of the applications of massage methods. Each session is designed specifically for the individual client. Often a combination of soft tissue work along with work from a multidisciplinary team can best serve the client.
Jennifer is a wife, and a mother of three. She spend her free time outdoors running road and trails races. She also spends time with her family rock climbing.
Jennifer's current hours (Clarksville Only):
1st Saturday & Sunday of every month
Tuesday 10:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesdays 10:00am - 7:00pm
Kate Walsh M.Ac, L.Ac., NCCOAM Dippl. Ac.
Kate has been serving the Montgomery and Howard county communities as an acupuncturist since earning her master’s degree from Maryland University of Integrative Health in 2003. She holds a national acupuncture certification through NCCAOM, and she is a graduate of Loyola College of Maryland. She supports patients with a wide variety of complaints including but not limited to anxiety, depression and other emotional challenges, Lyme disease, joint pain, back pain, fertility and menopausal symptoms.
Kate uses acupuncture, nutrition, and lifestyle coaching to bring about healing in her patients. Kate is a lover of both art and science. A lifelong artist Kate uses watercolor and oil paint to explore the beauty of the natural world. As a scientist Kate received several Intramural Trainee Awards for conducting research in cell and molecular biology at the National Institute for Mental Health and the National Cancer Institute. Also, she was a part of a team which conducted a successful study of the use of acupuncture for the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in active duty soldiers at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center. These experiences have given Kate an appreciation for the complexity and creativity of life. Kate regards the practice of acupuncture as an art form harnessing the innate power of our body, mind, and spirit to bring about healing.
To schedule an appointment with Kate call or text her at (301) 706-6556.
Pat Barnes MS, OT/L, RYT 500
Pat has been teaching yoga since 2003, and has been practicing Occupational Therapy for over 30 years. She has worked with clients with arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, Parkinson's Disease, cancer, orthopedic, neurological, and mental health disorders. Her specialties include pain management and healthy aging. In group and individual sessions, Pat links breath with movement to decrease pain and increase positive energy. She completed a yoga therapy training program in 2011. Her unique blend of yoga poses, breathing techniques, relaxation, and meditation is restorative and therapeutic, as well as fun!
chiropractic assistant/patient service specialist
Anna has been a patient care specialist at MC for over 4 years and has recently added chiropractic assistant to her resumé, as well. Anna is currently in the process of finishing up her exercise science degree. In her free time Anna trains as a competitive power lifter. She also enjoys cooking, baking, and long naps with her cat, Jack.
patient service specialist
So Jung Kim
Location: Ellicott City
So Jung comes from a musical background and has studied opera & contemporary singing for 8 years. She believes in the saying "what you put out there is what you will receive" and works hard to be the best version of herself, especially when it comes to how she treats others. So Jung loves to see patients feel better with every visit and which is why she loves chiropractic care so much!
Location: Ellicott City
Danielle came to us in 2015 with 20 years of office management experience in the veterinary and childcare licensing fields. She is our HIPAA privacy officer and has a special interest in this area. She is a big supporter of working to combat the opioid epidemic through chiropractic pain management and physical therapy. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, hiking with her Golden Retriever, Raimi, attending local concerts, and spending time with her nephew and nieces.
Front Desk Supervisor
Terri has worked for Clarksville Chiropractic and then Morrison Chiropractic since December 2007. She is affectionately known as the "mayor" of our Clarksville office. She has lived in Howard County since 1988 and is married 37 years to Neal who does all the hard work around the house. She is the mother of 4 men, has 2 daughter-in-laws and 3 grandchildren.
She lives on a small farm where she isn't responsible for taking care of Karter the dog, Gary the mule, Beatrice the donkey, Paul and Ray the mini horses, and assorted chickens. When she is not at work, she enjoys looking at the animals that Neal takes care of, traveling, and going to concerts.