Joint effort: Antico and Morrison chiropractic services merge

(Nate Pesce / Patuxent Publishing )
August 19, 2013|By Leah Polakoff

Beginning this fall, three Howard County chiropractic practices will combine their efforts with the goal of being “the quarterback of people’s care,” according to chiropractor Russel Antico.

Antico, who, along with his wife, Veronica Antico, operates Howard County Chiropractic Spine and Sports Rehabilitation in Columbia, will join forces with another husband-and-wife team: Brian Morrison, of Morrison Chiropractic in Ellicott City, and Haydee Morrison, of Clarksville Chiropractic. The new venture will be called Total Health & Rehab and will maintain all three treatment sites.

The Morrisons and Anticos are longtime friends who have considered combining practices for some time, according to Russel Antico.

“We have very similar philosophies and a friendly relationship with the health community,” Russel Antico says.“Our desire is to elevate the level of chiropractic care in the county.”
Adds Brian Morrison: “We both have the same level of commitment to state-of-the-art, evidence-informed chiropractic care.”

In addition to chiropractic services, Total Health & Rehab will offer physical therapy, massage therapy, acupuncture and nutritional counseling.

Patients will be able to go to any of the three locations: 8894 Stanford Blvd., Suite 102, Columbia; 2850 North Ridge Road, Suite 107, Ellicott City; 6363 Ten Oaks Road, Suite 105, Clarksville. 

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