Introducing Tom Bartolino, PT, MMSc.

Dr. Gregory Shea, DPT, Dip. Osteopractic, and Precision Physical Therapy at The River Valley Club are pleased to announce the addition of Tom Bartolino, PT, MMSc.  Tom is a highly skilled manual therapist with 42 years of experience. Tom recently sold a successful busy private practice in NJ and relocated to the Upper Valley with his wife, Anne. Tom is now most interested in working one-on-one with motivated patients where he can utilize his mastery of high-level skills and clinical experience in a one-on-one environment.  

Of clinical interest, Tom earned his Masters of Medical Science in Orthopedic Physical Therapy from Emory University.  He specializes in orthopedics, post-operative and sports rehabilitation, myofascial release and manual therapy. He is highly skilled in thrust manipulation and is dual certified in Dry Needling through Kinetacore and Integrative Dry Needling, Inc. Of particular academic interest to Tom is the neurology of joint structures, which served as the basis for his Masters’ thesis titled “The Relationship Between Passive Motion and Muscle Activation.”

His personal sports interests are hiking, cycling, and skiing. He is a University of Pennsylvania graduate where he co-captained the varsity soccer team and was an All Ivy Selection his senior year.

It’s easy to book your sessions directly with Tom at He will begin holding office hours on April 10th at the Precision RVC office.  Look for his evening and weekend offerings as well! He can be reached at

Recent Reviews:

“That was the best adjustment I’ve ever had.” (CP)

“His distraction techniques for the dry needling made it so I didn’t even feel anything” (RR)

“He is truly a masterful clinician.”(DS)

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