Scoliosis and Spinal Function

Scoliosis and Spinal Function

Date: 28 May 2022 - 29 May 2022
Time: Saturday 1:00pm ACST
Where: Vibe Hotel, Darwin

About the Event

We have now secured new dates for our seminar that was postponed due to COVID.

The Scoliosis and Spinal Function – A Brain-Based Approach seminar presented by Dr Carlo Rinaudo will discuss whether scoliosis and poor posture is caused by a brain-based problem.  Dr Rinaudo will also talk about the vestibular, oculomotor and sensorimotor systems and what they have to do with spinal conditions, like scoliosis and poor posture?

Join Dr Carlo Rinaudo for this insightful and engaging seminar.

Date: 28-29 May 2022
Venue: Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront, 7 Kitchener Drive, Darwin
Saturday: 1:00pm to 5:30pm with lunch served from 12:00pm
Sunday:  8:30pm to 12:30 pm

Registration closes 13 May 2022.




Learning Outcomes

From this seminar delegates:

  • may have a better understand of the neurology of spinal control, movement and stability, as it relates to chiropractors and patients with common spinal conditions like scoliosis and poor posture.
  • will appreciate that a brain-based approach is a valuable adjunct to a segmental model of chiropractic care, in particular to challenging cases.
  • will be presented an overview of the evidence-based clinical applications available for use in everyday practice and have hands-on practicals to use in clinic.


Dr Carlo Rinaudo

Dr Carlo Rinaudo is a chiropractor with post-graduate training in clinical neuroscience and sports. He is the clinic director of a multidisciplined clinic, focused on helping people with dizziness, concussion and balance related conditions.

Dr Rinaudo has recently submitted his PhD thesis in Vestibular (balance) Therapy at the University of New South Wales and Neuroscience Research Australia, working alongside leading researchers and neurologists in the field.

Carlo is a frequent speaker at national and international events, presenting his research findings at conferences or teaching practitioners about vestibular rehabilitation.  He uniquely combines 20 years of clinical experience with current research from multi-disciplined fields, providing an enjoyable and easy-approach ‘knowledge translation’ for the everyday chiropractor.

Seminar Costs

ACA members: $265.00

Non ACA members: $345.00

Registrations close 13 May 2022.