Dr. Laslovich earned his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy at California State University Fresno in 1979. He attended Oklahoma State University to study Pedorthics and attained certification as a Pedorthist in 1999. He received his DPT from Boston University in 2006. Dr. Laslovich has been an adjunct professor at California State University, Fresno, and San Diego teaching courses in biomechanics, anatomy, orthotics/prosthetics, and advanced technology. He has also taught continuing education courses in foot biomechanics and manual therapy of the spine. Additionally, Dr. Laslovich continues his educational pursuits in a doctoral program in health and wellness investigating the roles of various levels of physical activity on arterial health in individuals with arterial diseases.
He was a partner in an outpatient physical therapy clinic for 20 years before relocating to San Diego in 2008. His clinical practice has focused on biomechanics and outpatient orthopedic patients over the last 35 years. Dr. Laslovich currently teaches the prosthetics, biomechanics, and orthotics courses as well as the gross anatomy laboratory courses. He is married, has 4 children and pursues interests in many outdoor activities including ocean kayaking and backpacking.