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Jonathan Morrill, MD, MA is a doctor in Walla Walla, Southeast Washington specializing in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Jonathan Morrill, MD, MA Providence-employed provider


Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Accepting new patients

Board Certification

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
301 W. Poplar Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
P: (509) 897-8959
F: (509) 897-5788

Philosophy of Care

My goal is to help improve your function and quality of life after surgery, injury or whatever life event brought you into my care.

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  • General rehabilitation
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Neuromuscular diseases


Medical School

Boston University School of Medicine - Boston, MA


University of Washington School of Medicine - Seattle, WA


Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation; University of Washington School of Medicine - Seattle, WA


Neuromuscular Medicine; University of California School of Medicine - Los Angeles, CA



Lim, R., Stucchi, AF., Morrill, JM., Reed, KL., Gower, AC., McCloud, B.,Leeman, SE., Becker, JM. The Efficacy of a Hyaluronate-Carboxymethylcellulose Bioresorbable Membrane that Reduces Postoperative Adhesions is Augmented by the Intraoperative Co-Administration of a Neurokinin 1 Receptor Antagonist in a Rat Model. Surgery. In Press 2010

Lim, R., Morrill, JM., Prushik, SG., Reed, KL., Gower, AC., Leeman, SE., Stucchi, AF., Becker, JM. Practical limitations of bioresorbable membranes in the prevention of intraabdominal adhesions. Journal if Gastrointestinal Surgery. 13:35-42, 2009.

Lim, R., Morrill, JM., Prushik, SG., Reed, KL., Gower, AC., Leeman, SE., Stucchi, AF., Becker, JM. An FDA approved neurokinin-1 receptor antagonist is effective in reducing intraabdominal adhesions when administered intraperitoneally, but not orally. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery. 12(10):1754-1761, 2008.

Burkhead Jl, Abdel-Ghany SE, Morrill JM, Pilon-Smits EA, Pilon. The Arabidopsis thaliana CUTA gene encodes an evolutionarily conserved copper binding chloroplast protein. Plant J, 2003. 34(6): p. 856-67.


Personal Interests

Hiking, skiing and fly fishing.