Why is it Important to Work on the Trunk and Postural Control?
Saturday, August 28, 2021
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Registration for Live Virtual Webinar open through 8/28/2021 6:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Registration is $250.00

Continuing Education

7.5 Continuing Education Hours (.75 CEUs)


This is only available as a Virtual Webinar, we had limited capacity for in-person and this option is full

Trunk alignment is often used to describe “posture”. A hallmark of NDT is working on posture and postural control, thus the trunk, to improve functional skills. Let’s take a deeper look into the role of the trunk and postural control. Trunk postural control, alignment, stability and mobility directly impact functional use of the upper and lower extremities.


Lois Bly, PT, MA, C/NDT, is an NDTA Coordinator Instructor and clinician who has offered seminars, workshops and NDT certification courses throughout the United States, and many other countries. Ms. Bly was certified in Neuro-Developmental Treatment by the Bobaths in London and studied with and received her NDT Instructors Certification from Mary Quinton and Dr. Elsbeth Koeng of Switzerland. She received her Master's Degree in Motor Learning at Teachers College, Columbia University. Ms. Bly is the author of several books: Baby Treatment Based on NDT Principles; Motor Skills Acquisition in the First Year; Motor Skills Checklist; Facilitation Techniques Based on NDT Principles, coauthored with Allison Whiteside; and Components of Typical and Atypical Motor Development. In 2000, she received the NDTA Award of Excellence in 2000. In 2009 she received the APTA Pediatric Section Jeanne Fischer Mentorship Award.


Available as a LIVE Virtual Webinar - in-person is no longer available