Meet the TEAM...
Tom Dalanzo-Baker, PT
Tom founded the Total Motion Release (TMR) technique in 2002. Having owned several Physical Therapy practices he has treated thousands of patients one-on-one in those practices and online giving him a solid foundation to continually develop and improve the TMR process.
Tom has been focusing on training therapists in these techniques for over 17 years and has now expanded to mentoring his most advanced clinicians in disseminating this knowledge directly to you. He loves to travel all over country to train and support teachers & their students on how to apply these learnings faster.
We are fortunate to have Tom as part of our team as our Education coordinator to ensure that the trainings are accurate and consistent across the board.
Leanne Depa, OT
Leanne has over 30 years’ experience focusing on people who have musculoskeletal issues caused by hypermobility. Her deeper understanding of these issues comes from her own hypermobility. As a child I was more flexible than all my friends. While training to be an occupational therapist, I learned that I had more degrees of movement than any of my classmates and a professor warned me that I would have issues as I aged. In experiencing pretty much every type of musculoskeletal pain you can imagine; I learned chiropractic care and traditional PT programs helped only temporarily or at times even made things worse. Instead, gentle movements that put my body back into alignment by finding and releasing restrictions resolved my pain. I am a certified practioner in Total Motion Release and I can teach you how to make sure your body stays in alignment.
Dr. Marjorie Jenkins, DPT
Dr. Marjorie Jenkins is a physical therapist with more than 30 years of experience. She completed her Bachelor of Science in
Physical Therapy at McGill University.
In 2011, Dr. Jenkins obtained her degree of Doctor of Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University. Over the years, she also obtained certifications in the McKenzie approach (mechanical diagnosis and treatment of musculo-skeletal disorders) and the Total Motion Release approach. She has worked in a variety of settings including acute care, long-term care, home care, orthopedic and lymphedema clinics, and more. Currently, she is focusing on providing virtual services with special emphasis onTMJ disorders.