3-Part BBTW Seminar: Ergonomically Correct, LLC, Annapolis, Maryland

The elderly and people with balance loss due to neurological or orthopedic diagnoses such as MS, neuropathy, Parkinson’s, CVA, TBI, Vestibular, CP, down syndrome, ataxia, and those suffering low back pain among others, often have mobility challenges.

Motion Therapeutics developed Balance-Based Torso-Weighting (BBTW®), a unique and effective system to effectively assess and treat directional balance loss.

During this class the clinician will learn the static and dynamic assessment tests and weighting strategies to immediately improve a patient’s balance same session.

Participants will have ample opportunity to practice the patented assessment and strategic weighting technology using the BalanceWear Assessment Device.

Location of Hands On Lab:

Ergonomically Correct, LLC
65 Old Solomon’s Island Road, Ste 104
Annapolis, MD 21401

Or download brochure, and register by mail or fax.


Pre-seminar Webinar Orientation
Thurs., April 9, 7:00 – 9:30pm EST

Hands on Classes – 2 days, Hands On Lab
Saturday, April 25, 8:30am – 5:00pm
Sunday, April 26, 8:30am – 1:30pm
(Registration is 8:00 – 8:30 both days)

Post Webinar
Post Webinar: Tues., May 5, 7:00 – 8:00pm EST
Information on accessing the Webinars will be provided after registration.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify ways to measure perceptual and dynamic directional loss
  • Recite evidence of weighting applications
  • Practice BBTW directional static and dynamic assessment
  • Apply strategic weighting according to BBTW
  • Analyze differences in qualitative and quantitative measures with BBTW
  • Determine if a patient benefits from rigid VS soft neuro-sensory device
  • Practice fitment and measurement of balance orthotics
  • Document weight placement and size measurements
  • List indications for lumbar orthotics
  • Demonstrate knowledge of technology on volunteer patients and instructor


Curry Durborow, PTCurry Durborow, PT, DPT, is a graduate of the Drexel University Programs in Rehabilitation Sciences Physical Therapy Program. She received her BS in Kinesiology from Penn State University. Curry has worked for 9 years as a full time physical therapist, first in inpatient rehab, and now in the outpatient department at Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital, in Malvern, PA. She specializes in the treatment of patients with neurologic and vestibular disorders, and is active in research involving BBTW. She is an adjunct Faculty member at Drexel University, and sits on the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania.