(Tampa Bay, FL) – As the JoTo PR firm continues to expand its public relations healthcare division, they recently announced signing on Regional Physical Therapy as a client, located in Midwest City, Oklahoma.
Regional Physical Therapy’s clinicians have over 50 years in combined experience and are known for their unique ‘team-approach’ method of helping their patients regain lost function – their primary goal is getting patients back to routine activities of daily living while also educating on how to manage exercises at home. In addition to therapy services, the clinic offers aquatic therapy, additional comprehensive programs and massage therapies.
U.S. employment of physical therapists is expected to increase 39 percent from 2010 to 2020, much faster than the average for all occupations. Demand for physical therapy services will come, in large part, from the aging baby boomers that are staying active later in life than previous generations did. (1)
The JoTo PR agency represents healthcare, financial and technology companies seeking higher credibility and consequently larger market shares generated from result-driven, long-term PR campaigns. For more information about JoTo, including the various services and free resources available from the Florida public relations agency, visithttp://www.jotopr.com.
About JoTo PR:
Based in Clearwater, Florida, JoTo PR is an established Florida public relations agency founded by public relations veterans and innovators Karla Jo Helms and Diane D. Stein. The duo launched their PR firm to meet a growing demand for new media expertise. JoTo is a hybrid PR agency, blending proven traditional approaches with the latest technology to deliver the best advantages of both worlds to the healthcare, financial and technology industries. JoTo’s holistic approach to Business PR begins with communications strategic plans and leads into fully-integrated PR campaigns designed to optimize company communication, improve marketing and sales return on investment (ROI), and expand business opportunities. For more information, visit JoTo PR online athttp://www.jotopr.com.
(1) Bureau of Labor Statistics: Physical Therapists <www.bls.gov/ooh/Healthcare/Physical-therapists.htm>