Spinal Research Heroes


Spinal Research Heroes are fundraising for chiropractic research and having a lot of fun along the way!  Here are our amazing supporters, their stories and how they are raising funds to see the Foundation fulfil its mission to facilitate research that furthers the understanding and development of chiropractic care.

We never know how far reaching something we may think, say or do today will effect the lives of millions tomorrow.

B.J. Palmer

Spinal Research Hero: Marc Frochot

Goal – $3000

Marc has a love of running and has is eyes set for both Run Melbourne and the Melbourne Marathon in 2018.

Spinal Research Hero: International Chiropractors Association

The International Chiropractors Association are holding an International Vertebral Subluxation Summit in Kansas on
July 27-28 2018. You can attend the event in person or participate on Live Stream. 50% of all registration fees will be donated to the Foundation.

Spinal Research Hero: Mile High Chiropractic Movement

Mile High Chiropractic Weekend, 16 – 19 August 2018. For the past 5 years, hundreds of chiropractic teams and chiropractic students have attended the Mile High Chiropractic Movement Weekend and it has transformed their practices and impacted their communities.

Are you passionate about chiropractic research?

Do you have an event in mind or are you participating in an activity where you can raise funds? We have a simple process for you to support the Foundation while doing something you love.

  1. Contact us via info@spinalresearch.com.au with information about your event or activity along with a photo
  2. Encourage your family, friends, colleagues and practice members to support you by donating
  3. We set you up with a fundraising page just like this one we made for James. We will give you support in promoting your activity, as well as handling the donations and receipting.
  4. Complete your activity or event knowing you have contributed to research that investigates how chiropractic contributes to community health and well-being!

Here are some of our past supporters with stories about how and why they raised funds for Spinal Research.