Washington School of Ballet


Introducing Physical Therapy from Restore Motion at Washington School of Ballet


Washington Ballet Announces: We are pleased to introduce Restore Motion as the official physical therapy provider for students of The Washington School of Ballet. Many upper level students will require physical therapy at some point in their training. It is important that our students have therapists with a comprehensive understanding of balletic training and the ballet body.To make an appointment, call Restore Motion: 301.881.9313. Onsite appointment hours are Wednesday 2:30-6:30 and Friday 1-4. Appointments are also available Monday through Saturday at our Rockville location, 5410 Edson Lane Suite 350 Rockville, MD 20852.

The fees for physical therapy services are $110/25-30mins and $165/45mins. Half-hour and hour appointments are available at the school. Hour appointments are the norm at our Rockville location.

Restore Motion is an out-of-network provider. Patients will receive an invoice suitable to submit for insurance reimbursement. If you have questions about your reimbursement rate, call the Member Services number on the back of your insurance card and ask them about the rates and procedure for “Out of Network” reimbursement.

We are dedicated to dancer health. If you have a concern or question, don’t hesitate to contact us. Consider us an onsite resource for you
and your young dancer.



Your on-site Physical Therapy team includes:Miriam Graham, PT, DPT, MBA
Miriam trained at Washington School of Ballet with Mary Day.  She danced professionally in musical theater before becoming a physical therapist. Miriam is thrilled to be back at The Washington School of Ballet to be an advocate for dancer health and education. She attended Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. Miriam co-founded Restore Motion, a physical therapy practice based in Rockville, MD in 2004.

Patrick Wenning, PT, MPT
Patrick had a career in musical theatre prior to becoming a physical therapist. He had years of training and participation in gymnastics and collegiate cheerleading. Through his private PT practice in New York City, he worked with dancers of all levels from Broadway, ballet, pre-professional students to amateurs. He attended Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, TX.

Stephanie Bloom, PT, MPT
After training and performing in ballet all through high school with the Fairfax Ballet Company, Stephanie Bloom attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for undergrad and then Duke University for graduate school in physical therapy.  While in NC, she taught ballet for 2 years at a local dance school.  She has been physical therapist for over 25 years.

Reshma Rathod PT, MSPT, MBA
Reshma enjoys treating the female athlete.   She has been part of the healthcare team for the Women’s Tennis Association (2006 to the present) and has worked at several Grand Slam events including Australian Open, French Open and US Open.  She attended Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. Reshma co-founded Restore Motion, a physical therapy practice based in Rockville, MD in 2004.

Contact us by phone 301.881.9313
Email: info@restoremotion.com.





Aches and pains can occur with rigorous training. If discomfort does not resolve with reasonable self care after class or performance there may be an underlying cause that will respond to physical therapy treatment.
We are an Out of Network provider. We provide you with an invoice that includes your treatment codes and diagnostic codes that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. The visit is 50-60 minutes for $205 and it is due the day of the visit.
We do not require a prescription for treatment. Your insurance company, however, may require it for reimbursement.
Due to the intensity of our treatment sessions, some patients come in 1x/week. It depends your child’s particular condition and how they respond to treatments as to what your treatment plan may be. Together, you, your child and your child’s therapist will develop a treatment plan based on their goals and the findings from the evaluation.