We Help You Heal.

Full-Service Physical Therapy Rehabilitation in Catonsville and Owings Mills, MD

Experience, Dedication, & Individual Attention

At Lee Miller Rehab, our Team's sole focus is helping you heal and recover. We have been helping Catonsville, and Owings Mills Patients recover from injuries, eliminate pain, and restore range of motion for over 20 years.

We repair your moving parts.

Our practice is built around our patients and their unique individual needs. Unlike some larger chain physical therapy practices, our team is able to take the time needed to craft individual treatment\rehabilation plans and be with you every step of the way on your healing journey.

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Our Locations

Catonsville, MD
  • 2 East Rolling Crossroads, Ste 57,Catonsville, MD 21228
  • Tel: (443) 860-9168
Owings Mill, MD
  • 20 Crossroads Drive, Ste 13, Owings Mill, MD 21117
  • Tel: (410) 363-0015

Services & Treatments

Services and Treatment Options

Physical Therapy

Pain Management Therapy

Sports Injury Treatment

Back Pain Treatment

Neck Pain Treatment

TMJ Treatment

Rotator Cuff Treatment

Dry Needling

Pre-Surgical Rehabilitation

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

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Sprains, Strains, and Tendonitis

Our Team

When you come to Lee Miller Rehabilitation Associates,
you receive the highest quality of care from our licensed, Board Certified Physical Therapists.
Dr. Lee Miller.

Lee Miller, P.T., O.C.S. DscPT

Dr. Lee Miller graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, School of Medicine, in 1978 after obtaining his BA in Biology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

He received his board certification as a Clinical Orthopedic Specialist in 2003 and his Doctor of Science in Physical Therapy in 2008. He is very passionate about helping his patients obtain their maximum level of function and has dedicated his life to advancing his credentials to obtain new skills.

Michael Winebrenner, PT, DPT, MBA

Dr. Mike Winebrenner is a 1999 graduate of the Bachelor of Science program in Physical Therapy at Daemen College and a 2008 graduate of the Master of Business Administration program from Loyola College in Maryland. He earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Widener University in 2009.

Mike is Bike Fit, and LSVT BIG certified. With a strong background in spine care, his focus is on long-term prevention and wellness. Mike's commitment to exercise and fitness is evident by his active lifestyle, including cycling, fishing, kayaking, hiking, and health club exercise.

Dr. Mike Winebrenner.

Here's what our patients have to say about Lee Miller Rehab


“So absolutely grateful!! Dr. Miller has such a great bedside manner that from my first session, I felt comfortable and in very smart hands. I liked how he took his time with detailed questions and measuring/researching my form. My pain was identified quickly and we had a plan which was great. His staff were accommodating with fitting me in and my healing unfolded a lot quicker than expected. This was a such a positive experience for me that I would highly recommend Dr. Miller and his expertise to anyone who is in pain and wants to feel themselves again!”

- Jessica Salis Howe

“The first time I walked in the door of this therapist office, I was greeted with a friendly smile and felt so at ease. The therapists are very professional and use the latest up to date equipment. I have been going here for two months and it is amazing how much better my neck and shoulder feel. I would highly recommend Lee Miller Rehabilitation.”

- KL
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Specialized Care for Your Physical Therapy Needs

At Lee Miller Rehab, we are your strongest proponents for rehabilitation. We believe that being well-informed about your specific health situation is the first step in your recovery. We will educate you on the specific aspects of physical therapy that will provide you with the best outcome. We will work closely with you and monitor your progress, making adjustments along the way that will speed your healing.

If you have any questions or are would like to request an appointment, please fill out the form, and a member of our team will follow up with you ASAP.

Frequently Asked Questions

Most every insurance carrier includes a provision for PT treatments, including Blue Cross/Blue Shield, GEICO, Hartford, Injured Worker’s Insurance Fund, Kemper National, Medicare, Prudential and dozens more. If you are not sure about coverage just call our office. Our knowledgeable and friendly office staff will help facilitate the paperwork between you and your insurance carrier by the time you come in for your first visit.
Our offices are one of the few free-standing facilities in the area which are Medicare-certified as outpatient rehabilitation agencies. This enables our Medicare patients to have better coverage for services than most outpatient facilities which have restraints on the amount of service which can be performed – regardless of the need.
No. You can come directly to physical therapy without a referral from your doctor. *Insurance requirements may vary.
Please bring your insurance card and picture ID, prescription for physical therapy, and any medical reports related to your injury, comfortable loose clothing and tennis shoes.
The initial evaluation and treatment visits are about 90 minutes long.
Physical therapy can help with literally dozens of illnesses and ailments that may prevent a person from performing normal daily functions at work, school or home. If you are not sure you can be helped, just call and we’ll speak with you over the phone. Of course, many times your doctor may recommend physical therapy treatment. The bottom line? If you have pain, we can help.
Physical therapy can help with literally dozens of illnesses and aWe treat and rehabilitate all types of problems – from sprained ankles to total joint replacements. Also: reconstruction of ligaments and tendons, “tennis elbow”, amputations, neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis and stroke, chronic neck or back pain related to injury or simply poor posture or faulty body mechanics, wounds, foot disorders and more.

Ailments that may prevent a person from performing normal daily functions at work, school or home. If you are not sure you can be helped, just call and we’ll speak with you over the phone. Of course, many times your doctor may recommend physical therapy treatment. The bottom line? If you have pain, we can help.
For leg or back injuries, please wear shorts or loose fitting pants and tennis shoes. If your injury is related to your arms or neck you can wear a loose fitting t-shirt. Gowns are available as needed.
While you will work primarily with the same therapist at each appointment, if you need to visit our other facility for a particular appointment or set of appointments, we can make arrangements to work with your schedule.