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Drayer Physical Therapy opens outpatient clinic in Elkton

Founded in 2002 with the opening of its first clinic in Bel Air, Drayer has two locations there as well as in Aberdeen, Baltimore (White Marsh-Overlea), Cockeysville (north Timonium), Edgewood, Fallston, Fulton and Rising Sun. (File photo)

Drayer Physical Therapy Institute opened an outpatient clinic Tuesday at 132 E. Pulaski Highway in The Shoppes at East Pulaski in Elkton.

The institute offers in-clinic and telehealth options for outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. They include manual therapy, injury prevention, return to performance, total joint replacement, concussion management and vestibular rehabilitation programs.

Clinic director Heather Harris, a lifelong Maryland resident, earned a master’s degree in physical therapy from Springfield College. She joined Drayer in 2005 and has more than 26 years of experience as a physical therapist.

Founded in 2002 with the opening of its first clinic in Bel Air, Drayer has two locations there as well as in Aberdeen, White Marsh-Overlea, Cockeysville (north Timonium), Edgewood, Fallston, Fulton and Rising Sun.