Earl Wenk

Earl Wenk, ATC CSCS NCTMB

Earl has over 20 years of experience in the field of sports medicine, working as both a certified athletic trainer and massage therapist. In addition, he is also an NSCA-certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist.

He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, with a degree in Movement Science from the Division of Kinesiology, where he also completed an internship program in Athletic Training. Earl has also taught courses in orthopedic massage, sports massage and human anatomy at a massage therapy school and currently provides continuing education courses in sports massage, functional anatomy and injury assessment through his business, Muscle Wisdom.

Earl Wenk, Massage TherapistEarl has been featured in Massage Magazine, and currently writes the sports massage expert blog for the Massage Magazine online edition.  He specializes in working with athletes of all ages and skill levels –  from recreational runners to All-American collegiate, professional and Olympic athletes.

“I was referred to Earl Wenk with specific treatment requirements following surgery on my shins for Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome, which I developed from my training as a figure skater.  His methodologies for treatment and techniques have been extremely helpful and greatly enhanced my rehabilitation.  Now that my shins are back on track, I continue to see Earl, as he has become part of my weekly training and recovery regime – as well as an instrumental part of my support team! He is professional, competent, knowledgeable and personable.  His background and experience in sport is invaluable – his curiosity and determination to provide the most effective treatments is outstanding. I would certainly not hesitate to recommend Earl to other athletes – or, for that matter, non-athletes!”

Tessa Virtue
2010 Olympic Gold Medalist (Canada)
2010 and 2012 World Champion
Three-time Canadian Ice Dance Champion

“Earl has helped keep me healthy despite my rigorous training regime. I have had numerous scares with IT band, plantar fascia, shin splints, and adductor tightness, but with specific stretching and massage, Earl has kept me on the track, with no time off from injury.”
Nick Willis
2008 Olympic Silver Medalist – 1500 Meters
Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist – 1500 Meters
3-time Olympian (New Zealand)
NCAA Champion