Michael Bolosan, PT, DPT, earned his Bachelor of Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond and continued his education at Old Dominion University where he earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy. During his enrollment in graduate school, he served as a physical therapy technician for various hospital groups and practices.
Experienced in orthopedic, acute, and neurologic care, as well as sports medicine, Michael provides outpatient services to a wide range of patient groups with a special interest in vestibular and balance rehabilitation.
Michael was first drawn to the medical field at a young age after his father suffered a paralyzing stroke. He and his mother became full-time caregivers overnight, exposing him to a wide variety of health professionals. However, it was not until he suffered an injury of his own that he found an interest in pursuing a career in physical therapy.
He is passionate about helping others and understands from experience that the total impact of an injury or disability is not only limiting to the individual, but also affects everyone involved in that person’s life. Additionally, he believes the benefits of therapy go well beyond initial treatment, enabling that person to increase their independence, improve their overall health, and accomplish their specific goals. Michael strives to provide quality care that is compassionate, empathetic, and leans on teamwork to ensure thorough patient comfort and understanding.
He is a proud member and active participant of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Virginia Physical Therapy Association (VPTA).
Living in the Hampton Roads community, Michael enjoys the opportunity to meet people from varying walks of life as a result of a large military presence and area service providers. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, watching movies, and reading. Michael joined TPMG Physical Therapy in July of 2019.
Undergraduate: Virginia Commonwealth University
Doctorate: Doctor of Physical Therapy, Old Dominion University