Red Canyon Physical Therapy – Owings Mills Location
Welcome to Red Canyon Physical Therapy on Crossroads Drive in Owings Mills! Use this page to learn more about the services that we offer and the staff that provide them.
Red Canyon Physical Therapy is an independently owned practice that offers dedicated personal service and orthopedic care for patients in Frederick, Hagerstown, Columbia, and Owings Mills. Red Canyon has over 20 years of experience in orthopedic and post-surgical care, sports medicine, work readiness, and chronic pain management.
Focusing on patient-driven results, Red Canyon stays critically relevant by offering the most advanced manual therapy techniques, including Active Release Technique (ART) for Spring, the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), Mulligan Concept (CMP), Dry Needling (TDN), and Augmented Soft Tissue Mobilization (ASTYM).
21 Crossroads Drive, Suite 310
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Phone: (410) 983-9873
Fax: (410) 983-9865
Meet The Team
Shannon Hall, PT, DPT, CMTPT, TPS
Shannon has been a physical therapist since 2015. She has a wide variety of experience treating orthopedic conditions across all ages and abilities.
She is from Maine and received her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from the University of New England. She then moved to Maryland to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Since then she has become a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT) utilizing trigger point dry needling to help treat myofascial pain. She also has become certified to treat fitness athletes (CMFA) through the Institute of Clinical Excellence and has become a Therapeutic Pain Specialist (TPS) through Evidence in Motion, which has helped her gain a better understanding and approach to patients with chronic pain conditions.
Shannon enjoys fitness and strives to be a good example to all her patients. Shannon currently lives with her husband, Corey, and their golden retriever puppy in Towson, MD. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, hiking, playing games, and spending time with family.
Brian Weisman, PT, CERT. MDT, CMP, CDNS
Brian graduated magna cum laude from Quinnipiac University in 1997 with a B. S. degree in physical therapy. After graduation, he returned home to Maryland to begin his physical therapy career, working as a staff therapist for a large corporate outpatient physical therapy company.
Brian is a huge believer in continuing education and always strives to become a better therapist by listening to patients and tailoring every treatment to their needs.
Brian then went on to open his own physical therapy company in May 2000, and with his two partners expanded it to 16 locations throughout the Baltimore metropolitan area. In 2015, Brian decided he wanted to get back to a more intimate therapy setting, overseeing only one clinic in Frederick, Maryland, where he could spend more time seeing patients.
Brian holds numerous post-graduate manual therapy certifications, and in 2008 became certified through McKenzie Institute for Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (MDT) of the spine and extremities. He is currently certified in ASTYM, as well as a Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP), and as recently as 2015 became certified in Trigger Point Needling (TDN). Brian’s focus throughout his 20-year career has been primarily outpatient orthopedic conditions, post-surgical care, balance/fall prevention, and treatment of patients suffering from vertigo.
Ryan Johnston, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Ryan earned his Bachelors in Exercise Science from James Madison University in 2012. He then worked as a Physical Therapy Tech at an outpatient orthopedic clinic, helping patients with land and aquatic therapy. Ryan then completed the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Northern Virginia Community College in May 2016. He has worked in outpatient neuro and orthopedic settings since graduating.
Ryan has a strong interest in sports medicine, post-surgical care, and vestibular rehabilitation. He is certified in Graston Technique.
In his free time, he enjoys hiking and spending time on the eastern shore and Smith Mountain Lake with family and friends.