Improving the Quality of Life…Through the Science of Medicine

Welcome to our Costa Mesa/Newport Beach Clinic of Progressive Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation.  We look forward to meeting you and helping your achieve your individual goals.  Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have. We are here to help.


Balance, Vestibular and Vertigo Issues

Concussion Rehabilitation

Parkinson’s Disease

Bell’s Palsy

SI Joint Dysfunction

Office Hours:

Monday: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday:  8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday: 8:00 a.m.-  7:00 p.m.

Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Our Costa Mesa Location

Costa Mesa Contact Info

129 W. Wilson Str. #202
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Phone: 949.631.0125

Fax: 949.631.0127


Conveniently located just west of the Orange County Fairgrounds off Newport Blvd. Close to the 405/55/73 Fwys.

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Meet Our Team

Michael McKindley, DPT (co-owner)
Michael McKindley, DPT (co-owner)


  • Spine, Sports & Orthopedics
  • Balance, Vestibular & Concussion  Diagnostics & Rehabilitation
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Sports Performance & Injury Prevention

Michael received his physical therapy degree in 1999 from California State University, Long Beach and his doctorate in 2011 from EIM, Kentucky. Throughout his career Michael has continued to learn and integrate the most advanced and evidenced-based manual and exercise techniques available from around the world.

In 2003, he completed a series of McKenzie courses which is a form of treatment designed to help resolve herniated disc symptoms without surgery. In 2007, he completed the most extensive vestibular training course available, giving him the skills to evaluate and treat vertigo, dizziness, lightheadedness and balance issues. In 2008, he was the first clinician in California to be certified in LVST BIG to treat Parkinson’s disease patients. When the LVST BIG techniques are combined with his balance and orthopedic training, Parkinson’s patients receive the most extensive combination of treatments available anywhere. In 2010, Michael was certified in ASTYM, making him one of the first therapists to bring it to Orange County. ASTYM is the most advanced soft tissue and scar technique available, revolutionizing the way patients are treated today. He has extensive experience in manual therapy techniques, post-surgical rehabilitation, sports conditioning and strength training, ergonomic and posture instruction, industrial rehabilitation and vestibular rehabilitation. Michael co-founded Progressive Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation with Kimberly Marshall in October of 2004. He is also the founder of Advanced Performance Training, a series of sport specific programs to increase speed, agility and prevent injuries. When not working, he is spending time with his wife and two kids. He plays soccer, loves to ski, mountain bikes and does triathlon training.

Michelle Kim, DPT
Michelle Kim, DPT


  • Vestibular & Neuromuscular Rehabilitation
  • Sports & Ortho Rehab
  • Balance, Gait & Posture

Michelle Kim, a Southern California native, received her doctorate of physical therapy from Chapman University and a Bachelor of Science Degree from U.C.L.A. Hailing from a family of healthcare providers, Michelle always knew she would follow in that tradition.

During her undergraduate years, she utilized her volunteering duties at the hospital to explore the various fields and approaches to patient care to help guide her career path. What struck her the most was the ability of a physical therapist and the rehabilitation process to tangibly help patients improve their quality of life. This realization led her to pursue a career in physical therapy where she could have a direct and meaningful relationship with her patients.

One of the aspects of her physical therapy training that most intrigued Michelle was neurological and vestibular rehabilitation. She says she likes the problem-solving aspect and how seemingly simple interventions can make a world of a difference in a patient’s daily life.

Key to her success is using those problem-solving skills that include listening to patients to help understand and identify the cause of the issue, in order to develop a rehabilitation program that will help each individual achieve their desired goals whether it be from a sports-related injury, an orthopedic issue or surgery, or a more complex neurological condition.

When Michelle is not at work, she is very involved in her church and enjoys hiking, going to the beach, watching baseball, eating good food, and watching movies.

Costa Mesa Office

Costa Mesa Contact Info

129 W. Wilson Str. #202
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Phone: 949.631.0125

Fax: 949.631.0127


Rachel Rosolowski, DPT
Rachel Rosolowski, DPT


  • Ortho & Sports Injuries
  • Aquatic Sports & Artistic Swimming
  • Artistic Sports Performance Injury Rehab
  • Movement, Body Mechanics & Joint Hypermobility

Rachel, who grew up in Redondo Beach grew up the world of aquatic sports participating in both water polo and synchronized swimming competitively from a young age through college  She received her Doctorate in Physical Education from California State University Long Beach.

She was inspired to become a physical therapist during her own rehabilitation program following a shoulder injury in high school.

“I had a typical shoulder injury in high school from the repetitive movements of synchronized swimming and water polo,” Rachel said.  “Most, if not all, the PTs did not know about synchronized swimming and all it entailed. I was, however, fortunate to find an amazing therapist who really took the time to learn about my sport. This really inspired me.  Additionally, being inspired by the healing process plus loving anatomy and physiology really piqued my interest.”

Rachel is delighted with the opportunity to join the Progressive Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation team. She says they offer the same type of care she received in high school, where they listen to the patient and take the time to work through all the issues, creating personalized plans to reduce pain and improve movement and function.

“I really enjoy connecting with the patients and integrating their interests into their program,” Rachel added. “I like making PT meaningful to a patient even if I have to learn about something new.”

Rachel left California to earn a Bachelor’s of Science in rehabilitative science with a minor in theatre and psychology at the University of the Incarnate Word in Texas. At Cal State Long Beach she was a research assistant where she worked on a feasibility pilot study for mHealth exercise intervention to improve cardiometabolic health, quality of life and social support.

Outside of work, Rachel continues to stay involved in the performance arts and aquatic sports community as both an artistic swim coach and fitness coach, stage manager, performer with Aqualillies.

Alan Phu, DPT
Alan Phu, DPT


  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation
  • Geriatric Neurological Rehab
  • Movement & Body Mechanics
  • Balance, Gait & Posture Training

Alan, who grew up in Fountain Valley, speaks conversational Vietnamese and has a compassionate approach to patient care. His journey to becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy was ignited during his high school years at Los Amigos High School where he discovered his passion for healthcare through a sports medicine class.

This initial spark led him to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at California State University, Long Beach, laying the foundation for his subsequent Doctorate of Physical Therapy from California State University of Fresno. During his academic tenure, Alan honed his skills in treating neurological disorders through hands-on experience at the University’s Gait, Balance, and Mobility Clinic, solidifying his dedication to improving the lives of those in need.

Alan’s philosophy of personalized, one-on-one care aligns seamlessly with Progressive Physical Therapy’s commitment to individualized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Alan maintains an active lifestyle, finding joy in activities such as weightlifting, travel, and exploring new culinary experiences. His passion for holistic well-being extends beyond the clinic walls, reflecting his dedication to fostering wellness in all aspects of life.

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