A few weeks ago, Michele Romano, Director of physical therapy at Isico, gave a workshop at the prestigious University of Quebec in Trois-Rivières, Canada.
The lesson was devoted to SEAS (the Scientific Exercises-based Approach to Scoliosis) and took place during a conference organised by the University as part of its annual scoliosis month (this year being held for the ninth time).
“It was a wonderful opportunity” remarked Dr Romano. “The invitation coincided with my recent stay in Quebec, where I was leading a course devoted to our scientific exercises-based approach. The workshop was attended by 60 or more students in the last year of a chiropractic degree course. They gave me a really warm welcome and participated very actively, especially in the practical part of the lesson, asking me numerous questions. They were extremely enthusiastic, to the point of inviting me back next year, perhaps to lead an entire course tailored to their particular training needs”.