To provide doctors in practice with practical tools when looking after infants, and to introduce students and new graduates interested in caring for children, the Council recently presented a one-day seminar on Peds 101 in Tampa, Florida. The seminar was a huge success. Instructor Dr. Lora Tanis, who has more than 27 years of pediatric practice experience and is an expert in infant adjusting, gave them seven hours of practical information that everyone agreed was outstanding. She reviewed anatomy, taught them the protocols they should follow before they adjust, how and what to examine, demonstrated adjusting techniques, discussed contraindication and red flags, incorporating actual cases from her extensive practice experience.
“The amount I learned in one day was incredible,” said one doctor. Many of the doctors are now signing up for the Council’s full 3-year Diplomate program as they realize there is so much more to learn. Pediatrics 101 will be held in different cities across the US starting later this year. Watch the Council website under SEMINARS for futures schedules.