Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy Opens Second Location in Richmond, VA, Led by Dr. Michael Blair

Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy Opens Second Location in Richmond, VA, Led by Dr. Michael Blair

Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy is now open in the Midtown area of Richmond, Virginia. The clinic is conveniently located on the second floor of 5901 W. Broad Street, directly across the street from Wawa. The new facility offers convenient hours, is open to new patients, and accepts most insurance plans. This expansion marks another milestone in the Ivy Rehab Network’s growth, surpassing over 75 locations in Virginia.  

Dr. Michael Blair, PT, DPT, CMTPT, CFCE, serves as Clinic Director and Physical Therapist at the new Midtown facility.  

“I am honored and committed to being an integral part of expanding Ivy Rehab’s footprint within the beautiful and booming city of Richmond,” said Michael. “I am excited to work closely with Richmond residents to restore individuals of all ages and backgrounds to do the activities they love.” 

Michael graduated from JMU in 2011 with a BS in Kinesiology and Exercise Science. Michael then attended SUNY Stony Brook University, earning a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014. Michael furthered his clinical education, earning a Level III Dry Needling certification, which allows for using dry needling to supplement various musculoskeletal conditions he treats. Michael is keenly interested in staying up to the physical therapy world’s latest cutting-edge services, such as implementing Blood Flow Restriction Therapy. Michael is also certified in Functional Capacity Evaluations and performs work conditioning programs within the Broad St. location due to its ample gym space.   

Outside the office, Michael enjoys golfing, hiking, traveling, and going to the beach with his wife and dog. 

Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy in Midtown – Richmond, VA, provides treatments that include balance and fall prevention, chronic pain, hand therapy, physical therapy, soft tissue mobilization, orthopedic therapy, post-surgical treatment, and more.     

Special programs offered at the Midtown clinic include:      

Access to care is available with or without a physician’s prescription, usually within 24–hours, and through virtual telehealth.      

Please contact us if you’ve injured yourself, are experiencing pain or discomfort, have lost your sense of balance or strength, or have any musculoskeletal concerns. The Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy team is here for you!      

To make an appointment, call us at (804) 533-7577, or to request an appointment online, visit our Ivy Rehab Physical Therapy Monument Park page.    

About Ivy Rehab       

Founded in 2003, Ivy Rehab is a rapidly growing network of best-in-class outpatient physical, occupational, speech therapy, and ABA clinics throughout the United States. The Ivy Rehab Network is comprised of multiple brands dedicated to providing exceptional care, personalized treatment, and unparalleled outcomes. With the support of leading middle-market private equity firm Waud Capital Partners, Ivy Rehab will continue its strategic growth via the ongoing investment in new partners who embrace a shared mission, vision, and values, and a culture of being “All About the People.” 



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