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ASRF Case Report Project

The ASRF Case Report Project - 2021

In 2021, we raised funds through our Spinal Research Hero Month, for some very important research – the inaugural ‘ASRF Case Report Project’. This exciting project has been designed to gather front-line evidence in the form of case study information, from Chiropractors around the globe.

We know you see incredible stories and transformations take place in your practice all the time, but did you know they can contribute powerfully to the evidence and narrative about our profession?

We are capturing your stories and transforming them into much-needed case reports focused on the effects of chiropractic care on things like stress, immunity and adaptability.

We’d like to thank those who submitted their case studies for this project, and look forward to see them all being published!

Keep an eye out for upcoming announcements about the ASRF Case Report Project 2022!

ASRF Case Report Project


We are thrilled to bring you you the first published and indexed Case Report from the ASRF Case Report Project.

We had some AMAZING cases put forward by Chiropractors in our tribe, and this is the first release, with around 30 more studies to be published by the Asia-Pacific Chiropractic Journal over the coming months.


ASRF Case Report #1:

Chiropractic management of a 30-year-old male with Motor Neurone Disease: A case report. (Ullman et al).

Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a devastating degenerative disease that carries a very poor prognosis. This case report  covers the slowed progression of a patient concomitant with chiropractic care.

A 30-year-old male presented for chiropractic care, with a diagnosis of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) type of MND. He became symptomatic in 2017 and was diagnosed in March of 2019. Click on the image to see the case report.