JoTo Extreme PR signs on Total Motion Physical Therapy, the creators of a revolutionary pain relief system used throughout the world.

JoTo Extreme PR has announced that they have signed on Total Motion Physical Therapy as a client.  Tom Dalonzo-Baker of Total Motion PT is the creator of an internationally recognized pain relief program – one that has been replicated in clinics throughout the world.  Their medically designed program has been said to create lasting results and can be a faster, more effective approach to physical therapy.

The Total Motion Release, as it is called, is a process that allows the body to use its own natural healing to re-align what has been out of balance – once one knows the concept he/she can use it to treat out any ache or pain for the rest of his/her life.

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Tom Dalonzo-Baker, MPT is the founder of Total Motion Release, and the owner of Total Motion Physical Therapy.  He received his Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He also has his Masters in Education from Wake Forest University and a Bachelor’s in Business and Economics from Hawaii Loa College. Tom has attended over 400 hours of manual therapy continuing education and has been extensively trained in both traditional and non-traditional physical therapy approaches. This allows his patients to experience more wins in a shorter period of time and provides them with a pain relief education they can use for the rest of their lives.  He loves helping patients become their own mini-therapists and travels the United States training therapists in the Total Motion Release approach. Visit Total Motion Physical Therapy at