Dr. Dennis Mirosh

Dr. Dennis Mirosh

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Dennis was born and raised in Cincinnati and went to the University of Cincinnati for health promotion and education, focusing on fitness for his undergraduate degree. Following completion of his undergraduate studies, he then went on to the University of Dayton and received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

Dr. Mirosh has been practicing in outpatient orthopedics since graduating from UD treating a variety of physical ailments from musculoskeletal injuries to strokes and deconditioning. He has a true passion for working with any client that has the drive to better themselves but has a special interest in working with athletes. In particular, he enjoys working with weight lifters and martial artists.

He has a strong background in martial arts and personal training prior to becoming a physical therapist. He has been mentored under both Josh Hostetler and Dr. Sarah Crawford to expand his knowledge of movement and manual therapy. He is certified in lower extremity dry needling and is working to gain the skills for the rest of the body as well. In his free time he loves to weight lift, explore great food, travel, disc golf, and ski. He is also fluent in Russian.

Want to know more about Dennis? See his interview below.


How did you get into your field?

I have always loved the medical field and was directed towards physical therapy from the time I was in middle school. I have been around sports my whole life and had a high appreciation for rehabilitative medicine.

What is your training background?

I have my Bachelors degree from the University of Cincinnati in Health Promotion and Education. I went down the fitness route and became a personal trainer upon graduating. I interned under Josh Hostetler, who is Anchor’s movement specialist and also interned at Explosion in Fairfield, OH. I have a strong background in martial arts, where I coached and learned for years in areas of Boxing, Muay Thai, and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
I went to the University of Dayton for my doctorate of physical therapy, with a focus in orthopedics and sports medicine. I have been working in outpatient orthopedics for over a year now, treating ailment all across the board from athletes, surgeries, to geriatric populations.

Who influenced your career path (who have you enjoyed learning from, mentor, etc.)?

My career path was influenced first by my parents and also my middle school Pathways teacher who led me to see physical therapy was the perfect field for me. Throughout high school I was fortunate to have a sports medicine curriculum all 4 years. I met Josh Hostetler from Breakthrough several years ago and studied movement under him. I ended up doing my independent study in physical therapy school on the methods that Josh trains with. Josh then introduced me to Dr. Sarah Crawford, the owner of Anchor, and she advanced my manual skills and opened my eyes to the breadth of knowledge that she has. This made me want to gain more knowledge of manual therapy and add it to my strong background in movement and personal training.

What makes you love your field?

I love being able to go in every day and help people in my community better their lives and allow them to return to the activities that they hold dear. I enjoy educating clients on proper movement and how to optimize their performance in their every day life and hobbies. I also am very blessed to be able to use my hands to alleviate pain and allow people to get back to doing the things they love.


What kind of clients do you love working with?

I am happy to help any client that is having orthopedic ailments to feel better every day. I get excited to help people that want to better themselves and put in the work to get there. I do have a passion for treating athletes, especially involved in weight lifting and martial arts

What sets you apart?

I have an energy and passion for physical therapy that has been a part of me since I was young. I put forth care and effect into my work to make sure that everyone that comes into the treatment room gets helped with what they came in for.

What’s your mission?

My mission is to be the best physical therapist I can be my continuing to learn manual intervention skills and expand my knowledge of exercise prescription so that I can put forth the most efficient treatment plans for clients coming through our doors.


What brings you joy? What do you do with your spare time?

I love to spend time with loved ones and traveling. I love to go out into nature and disc golf as well as ski. I enjoy exploring new places and gaining new experiences.  I am a huge foodie so I am always looking for the next best place to eat! I have a large passion for exercise and optimizing human performance so I am constantly studying to gain more knowledge on the subject. 

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