I could not have been more impressed by the 10 therapists that attended Rigo Concept-Barcelona Scoliosis Physical Therapy School (BSPTS) Level 1 Course this March. They came to Boston for six days to learn about non-surgical treatment approaches for the conditions of scoliosis and juvenile kyphosis. The course format included lecture, treatment observation, and hands-on treatment practice. As the course proceeded, the therapists built a deeper understanding about complexity of the conditions of scoliosis and kyphosis. Therefore, a deeper awareness about how the non-surgical approach with Rigo Concept could help manage these conditions. They worked hard mentally and physically. I know that they will do well using Rigo Concept-BSPTS for those who seek their non-surgical approach to care. Best of luck to this bright class of L1 therapists as they travel back to their hometown clinics. I look forward to hearing from them about their case outcomes as they participate as a strong contributor to a, or as they create a new, scoliosis care team. BSPTS is on a mission to provide state of the art and best practice training to more skilled physical therapists around the world in order to offer access to excellent care for those with the condition of scoliosis and juvenile kyphosis using the Rigo Concept-BSPTS.
Amy Sbihli - MPT, DPT is a BSPTS-trained therapist and certified trainer of the method.