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BE STRONG: Building Strength And A Healthy Prostate


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BE STRONG: Building Strength And A Healthy Prostate

  • CORE 3 Physical Therapy 1691 Bethlehem Pike Hatfield, PA 19440 (map)

This program is designed specifically for men, and will discuss how to keep your pelvic floor, and your prostate, healthy and strong.  

Please call 267-308-5330 to reserve your seat.
About the presenter: Danielle Knippenberg, MPT, PRPC, WCS, GCS

Danielle graduated from the University of Scranton in 2008 and began her career in Arizona working in outpatient orthopedics then performed traveling therapy for several years learning and practicing in different settings with a wide array of patient populations. In 2014 Danielle received her Geriatric Certified Specialist degree recognizing her advanced knowledge in this area.

In 2014 Danielle also became a mom and first hand observed the lack of resources in the Pelvic Floor/Women’s Health area. This included a lack of resources for new moms in training for caring and lifting for their newborns, proper positioning of mother and child, as well as, addressing the mother’s pain/dysfunctions pre and postpartum. This need prompted her to continue her focus on pelvic floor rehabilitation and she received her pelvic rehabilitation practitioner certification (PRPC) in 2016 and her women’s health specialty degree (WCS) in 2017.

Danielle is the proud owner of CORE 3 Physical Therapy, LLC ( since 2015. She works with a variety of patients including women, men, and children treating symptoms such as pre and postpartum symptoms, generalized pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, voiding/fecal dysfunctions and incontinence.