Podcast with Dr. Rich B. Colosi, DPT, FAFS, FMR, Director of Rehabilitation for Ivy Rehab Physical joining Steve Kashul and Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph to discuss what it takes to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy, and how Dr. Colosi uses “chain reaction” physical therapy to treat his patients.
Rich is a passionate Doctor of Physical Therapy, clinical educator, and author, with over 16 years of specialization in Applied Functional Science®. He received his initial education from Rosalind Franklin University in North Chicago, IL in 2004, where he continues to lecture annually. He immediately pursued additional training and fellowship through GIFTTM at Gray Institute, becoming a faculty member, and a Gray Institute Educator for 3D MAPSTM (Movement Analysis and Performance System), ACR (Anterior Chain Reaction) and CAFS (Certification of Applied Functional ScienceTM).
Rich’s proficiency in clinical practice and education includes sports medicine, orthopedic pre, and post-surgical rehabilitation, injury prevention, women’s and men’s health, and he is recognized for functionally rehabilitating the mind, body and spirit of the male and female “athlete”. With ongoing passion, he is the Director of Rehabilitation for Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy in Lake Zurich, IL.