Lori Deyo-Obler, PT, MS, C/NDT

Lori Deyo-Obler, PT, MS, C/NDT is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo and the University of Scranton. She is also NDT certified in pediatrics with 34 years of pediatric experience in a variety of settings. The past 21 years have been focused in school settings in southeastern Florida.

PT/OT Dynamic Seating and Pelvic Positioning May 07, 2013 by Lori Deyo-Obler, PT, MS, C/NDT
The human body is designed to move. Movement is vital in keeping the body’s systems healthy and functioning. Without movement, function is lost, muscles weaken and skin is at risk of breaking down. Conditions such as cerebral palsy may limit an individual’s ability to initiate purposeful, spontaneous movement and so impede muscle strengthening and growth. Such people must be presented with...