You're registering for a RECORDED WEBINAR

Registration to the webinar includes the following details

* pre-recorded course (ie, not a live recording) so can watch it anytime you want, where ever you like (internet required)

* available for viewing from Oct 30th, 2020 

* 12 months unlimited access

* live interactive Q+A via Zoom on 13th November, 2020 at 8pm (Sydney, Australia time)

* recording of Q+A will be available afterwards and added to your online content

*  registration fee is in Australian $ (AUD)

* downloadable seminar notes, reference papers and clinical forms 


* the video content is NOT downloadable, rather unlimited viewing as an on-demand course

* access is via website login, and is strictly to the registrant only. IP address and login details are monitored. Any infringement of this will result in denied access with no refunds

Is this seminar for me?

* You’re a Chiropractor, Physiotherapist, Osteopath and Occupational Therapist looking at improving your clinical competency in managing patients with spinal related conditions including chronic pain, scoliosis, poor posture and balance

* You’re a new graduate or experienced practitioner, either with little to no experience in neurology and vestibular rehabilitation

* You desire to make a big difference with an increasing number of patients suffering chronic spinal condition including those with sporting injuries, motor vehicle accidents and falls

* Feed up with poor results using standard musculoskeletal therapies and outdated principles

* You’re looking for an integrated brain-based approach in managing challenging cases

* You learn best when there is a mix of relevant lecture material, reinforced with hands-on practicals

What you will learn

* Appreciate that scoliosis and other spinal conditions can be considered a brain-based problem


*  Understand the brains/nervous systems influence on scoliosis, movement and posture, specifically from the vestibular system and other spinal control centres


* Learn the latest evidence-based clinical neuroscience that is emerging in the causes and management for idiopathic scoliosis


* How to perform a multi-modal, brain-based assessment, including proprioceptive, vestibular, cerebellar, and cortical tests


* Consider how primitive and postural reflexes influence early neuro-musculoskeletal development


* Learn advanced techniques and protocols for managing idiopathic scoliosis, chronic spinal pain and poor posture that consider spine, TMJ, eye movements, vestibular, sensorimotor integration, and advanced neuromodulation therapies


* Add these neuro-rehabilitation therapies to existing scoliosis techniques, including manual therapies, bracing, and exercise

HURRY UP! early bird finishes Sept 30th

Our Speaker

Dr Carlo Rinaudo (Chiropractor)

BMedSci(Hons), MChiro, ICSSD, DACNB, PhD(c)

Dr Carlo Rinaudo is a registered Chiropractor from Australia with post-graduate training in clinical neuroscience and sports. Dr Rinaudo is the clinic director of a multidisciplined clinic, focused on helping people with dizziness, concussion and balance related conditions. He is currently undertaking a PhD in Vestibular (balance) therapy at University of New South Wales and Neuroscience Research Australia (, working alongside leading researchers and Neurologist in the field. He is a frequent speaker at national and international events, presenting his research findings at conferences or teaching practitioners about vestibular rehabilitation, including at the 2017 and 219 ECU and WFC conference

Dr Carlo Rinaudo is an engaging presenter, uniquely combining 20 years of clinical experience with current research from multi-disciplined fields, providing an enjoyable and easy-approach ‘knowledge translation’ for the everyday Chiropractor.


Webinar available Oct 30th, 2020

Scoliosis, Movement and Posture – a brain-based perspective


Scoliosis as a proprioceptive, sensorimotor integration or vestibular problem?

  • what does the evidence say?

Neurology of spinal control and posture (theory and practical)


  • The role of primitive reflexes

Proprioception - Assessment and Management (theory and practical)


  • Spinal
  • TMJ
  • body awareness

Sensorimotor - Assessment and Management (theory and practical)


  • Sensory discrimination
  • Reaction time

Vestibular - Assessment and Rehabilitation (theory and practical)


  • Central vestibular networks and integration

Oculomotor - Assessment and Rehabilitation (theory and practical)


  • Eye movement influence and strategies

Balance - Assessment and Rehabilitation (theory and practical)


  • Advanced sensorimotor influence on balance

Neuromodulation – Rehabilitation (theory and practical)


  • Use of innovative therapies
  • Low level laser therapy

Integrative management and case studies


  • Assessment and Management (theory and practical)

Day 1 Agenda

Friday, Sept 11, 2020

7:00pm (Sydney, Australia)

A zoom call for all registrants to ask questions - enhancing their learning experience

7:00pm (Sydney, Australia) -


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Online event available Friday Oct 3oth, 

Live Q+A 13th November @ 8pm (Sydney Australia)

Recorded Webinar

available from any location with an internet

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frequently asked questions

Yo will have access through the website membership portal. The courses you have subscribed to will be available for your to view

We offer a group discount for 3 or more team members for the 1 clinic. Please email for applicable discounts

We recommend paying with credit card through our online payment portal (Stripe). If you would prefer, you may pay via bank EFT. Please make payment to:  Carlo Rinaudo, NAB,  BSB: 082-356 Acct No: 57-101-8036. Once you have made payment, please send an email to with a screenshot of payment

Yes, it’s aimed as a solid introduction into a brain-based or neuro-rehabilitation applications for the spine and is suitable for practitioners with little or no training in the field

Yes, the material in a very clinically relevant and hands-on, with many clinical gems shared throughout the course. A vestibular neuro-rehabilitation angle will be introduced, separating it from other traditional VRT or neurology courses.


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