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BE STRONG CLASS: Building Strength And A Healthy Prostate


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BE STRONG CLASS: Building Strength And A Healthy Prostate

  • 5410 Beco Building West, Suite #350 Rockville, MD 20852 (map)

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

Instructor: Patrick Wenning. NAFC Advisory Board Member and creator of the Healthy Prostate Class. Patrick joined Restore Motion in the DC Metro area in 2016 after owing his own private practice in Manhattan for over 10 years. In New York, he worked with dancers and actors of all levels from amateur to pre-professional to Broadway, in addition to his general orthopedic practice.

His focus is with patients who have spine, pelvic and foot/ankle issues. He has specialties in foot orthotic casting and Men’s Pelvic Floor issues. Through both treatment and community outreach, helping men to be aware of, and become comfortable with care of their overall pelvic health are his new goals for the future.

He has certification as an Integrated Manual Therapist from Great Lakes Seminars, in Manual Trigger Point Dry Needling from Myopain Seminars and continues to work on training in alternative modalities as diverse as craniosacral, pilates, and visceral mobilization. His background is in theatre, dance, and gymnastics. Patrick earned his Master of Physical Therapy degree from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas in 1998.

Call to reserve your space for the class with Restore Motion at 301-881-9313 or email