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Scoliosis and Posture – a Vestibular Neuro-Rehabilitation Approach (recorded webinar)

Course Date

Start: 30th October 2020
End: 30th October 2021

Course Location

Online Webinar
Anywhere with internet , Australia

Course Description

Course Description

You’re registering for a RECORDED webinar

Registration to the pre-recorded webinar includes the following details

  • course will be related October 30th. 2020
  • live interactive Q+A via Zoom 13th November, 2020 at 8pm (Sydney, Australia time)
  • downloadable seminar notes, reference papers and clinical forms
  • recording of Q+A will be available afterwards and added to your online content
  • 12 months access (on-demand via internet)

To earn 12 CPD hours with ECU, you will need to take a short 10 multi choice quiz and get 7 or more answers correct .


* 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

* 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


* 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


Course Credits


Course Contact Name

Carlo Rinaudo

Course Contact Email


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