Dr. Eric A. Fisher, D.C., C.K.T.P., C.S.C.S.
Dr. Eric Fisher is a native New Yorker, who has been involved in sports and fitness for over 30 years including competitive running, cycling, and rowing providing him with a vast understanding of sports and accident-related injuries and rehabilitation. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1984 from the University of New York in Economics and Political Science. He matriculated to the Palmer College of Chiropractic West where he received his Doctor of Chiropractic in 1992. He uses many chiropractic techniques with the main emphasis on the Diversified technique which is a bio-mechanical approach to providing an accurate and precise evaluation and adjustment. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Certified Kinesiotaping Taping Practitioner (CKTP). He is certified to perform the Dry Needling technique. He has 18 years of experience treating patients injured in automobile accidents. Dr. Fisher has a private practice in Baltimore, Maryland.
Millions of people have their lives affected by injuries that occur in auto accidents. When it comes to auto accidents, the most important aspect is returning your body back to pre-injury function or better. Immediately following a motor vehicle accident the body "tightens-up" and the torn muscles begin to swell. Even in minor car accidents the body is often injured. It is important get a professional assessment to determine if you have been injured after a car accident. Your condition needs to be diagnosed as soon as possible.
In many cases returning to a normal life can be very difficult. Getting the appropriate care early on will greatly aid in full recovery. Initial complaints of pain and swelling are the most obvious and important symptoms to treat. Correction of joint misalignments and tight muscles by utilizing chiropractic and physical therapy treatments will allow the body to heal more quickly and effectively. A complete rehabilitation program allows the body to get strong like it was prior to the auto accident. The goal of treatment is to get you back to your regular daily activities and lifestyle pain free.
Maureen McMorris, C.A.
Maureen is the first line of ensuring patient satisfaction and has been a team member for five years. She cares about each patient and is passionate about chiropractic care.
Maureen was born in New York and moved to Baltimore, Maryland in her teenage years. She graduated from Edmondson Westside High School. Prior to working with Dr. Eric A. Fisher, she worked at Rite Aid Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Technician for four years.
She resides on the east side of Baltimore with her two wonderful children: Nia and Rachel. When she isn't working at the office, she loves spending time with her daughters, skating and watching a great movie.
Maureen is a licensed Chiropractic Assistant and also holds the title of Office Manager. She has the pleasure to assistant with patient's therapy, contacts and manages health insurances, workers' compensation and auto claims to obtain pre-certification, verification, and payments. She is the person that makes sure things get done.