Leaving Warwick roots will be adjustm...

Leaving Warwick roots will be adjustment for chiropractor

There are 7 comments on the Warwickonline.com story from Dec 17, 2013, titled Leaving Warwick roots will be adjustment for chiropractor. In it, Warwickonline.com reports that:

FRESH STARTS: Dr. Gary Brodeur, left, is moving to Florida to open a practice near The Villages and Dr. Robert Grace will be taking over the business at the Governor Francis Farms Shopping Center.

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Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#1 Dec 17, 2013
Another chiropractor engaging in unfounded and bizarre chiropractic "treatments".

Gonstead, toggle and thompson are just a few of the chiropractic "techniques/treatments " which chiropractors claim to use which are totally without any legitimate research or evidence.

Any chiropractor care to prove me wrong and link us to valid studies?

Wait for it, wait for it ......

None?, Gee I'm shocked.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Dec 17, 2013
I see the tool (wisdom) is enjoying yet ANOTHER day off from his (snicker, snicker) "critical care' doctor job. he he he Man, such benefits. They pay him to post lies 8 hours a day. We all believe the tool when he says "I'm now in critical care." he he he

I'd rather speak of frauds--the tool 'wisdom' is the biggest one of all. Here's why:
Fact: The tool said while he was practicing chiropractic he performed "generic manipulation" non-specific for any condition. Really? Then tell us, fraud, how did you pull off your insurance company swindle?
Folks, the tool said he did 'very well' as a chirorpactor and collected tons of insurance money during the 'mercedes 80's' when insurance money flowed freely.
In order to collect that money, insurance companies require DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT codes. I can just see it now--the fraud was able to collect insurance money by telling Blue Cross "See here--I'm an honest man. I have to admit chiropractic is quackery, so I'm not going to state a diagnosis for this patient since chiropractic isn't good for any condition, and I'll perform general, non-specific manipulations for no reason, but please, pay me anyway."
Oh, and Blue Cross happily coughed up thousands of dollars and everyone lived happily ever after.
Get real. Insurance will NOT pay a dime unless they have a working diagnosis code and specific treatment protocols for SPECIFIC conditions. So if the tool collected money from insurance companies, he was lying from both sides of his lying mouth--that's called FRAUD. And here the tool is banging the "I'm better than you, and "I'm above all of that" bible. Oh, but now he's in 'critical care' yet has 8 hours a day to post lies online.
To top it off--if the tool did in fact give the insurance companies a diagnostic code and in fact DID give the insurance companies a treatment code--knowing he was just making them up to be paid since he didn't believe what he did--then that makes him the ULTIMATE fraud. And he's preaching to you? Really? Really???? What other lies has he been feeding you? Just asking.
The tool wisdom is a massive fraud--caught in his own admissions of thievery. He cannot be trusted. He's a liar.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#3 Dec 18, 2013
The tool 'wisdom' said, and I quote, "While in practice I performed generic manipulation for no specific conditions." Then he went on to say "I did very well as a chiropractor, thank you." He also said he billed the @#$* out of insurance companies. Really? Using what diagnosic code? Really? Using what treatment code?
The tool will NOT answer this question: What diagnostic code did you use to swindle insurance companies?" See, the tool himself said he did not, for one minute, believe he did anyone any good as a chiropractor. He said so himself. But it gets worse.
In order to collect 'big' from insurance companies, you not only have to bill for spinal manipulation, you also have to bill for tons of other procedures, like low voltage therapy, ultrasound, exams, x-rays, and a lot more, just to pad the bill. Are we to believe the tool did NOT bill for all of those and still got paid 'big' from insurance companies? The tool lies from both sides of his mouth. Oh, but he calls himself 'an expert.' An expert on what--fraud?
I wonder what the statutes of limitations is on fraud.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#4 Dec 18, 2013
"Wait for it, wait for it ......

None?, Gee I'm shocked."

When the chiropractor above begins to admit to the ubiquitous quackery in the chiropractic field, then I'll explain to him how one codes for musculoskeletal conditions.

He first has to show that he can have a logical discussion about the topic at hand.

I know how he was trained/indoctrinated. So many chiropractic students were. In chiropractic school, when anyone questioned the bizarre claims made by chiropractors, the usual response would be to bash medicine. Most chiropractic students did not have the intellectual capacity to see the lack of logic in that response. That's what happens when there are NO standards for admission to chiropractic school.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#5 Dec 18, 2013
The above con,'wisdom' has not yet answered the question on he managed to swindle insurance companies while he was in practice--by not rendering a diagnosis or treatment plan and performing 'generic manipulaton' with no specific condition or treatment in mind. No diagnostic codes. No treatment codes. No nothing. This I've got to hear. I like good stories about cheats like the above con.
I'll keep on posting this until he answers. This may take a while. It could be hundreds if not thousands of times I post this. he he he

he he he The fraud did NOT answer the question with his ever so clever 'diversionary bs' answer. Question: How did the tool (wisdom) defraud so many insurance companies? He said he performed 'generic manipulation' during the 'mercedes 80's' and did NOT treat any specific conditions--YET the insurance companies still paid him. How??? Don't worry. This will be repeated hundreds of times.

I'd rather speak of frauds--the tool 'wisdom' is the biggest one of all. Here's why:
Fact: The tool said while he was practicing chiropractic he performed "generic manipulation" non-specific for any condition. Really? Then tell us, fraud, how did you pull off your insurance company swindle?
Folks, the tool said he did 'very well' as a chirorpactor and collected tons of insurance money during the 'mercedes 80's' when insurance money flowed freely.
In order to collect that money, insurance companies require DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT codes. I can just see it now--the fraud was able to collect insurance money by telling Blue Cross "See here--I'm an honest man. I have to admit chiropractic is quackery, so I'm not going to state a diagnosis for this patient since chiropractic isn't good for any condition, and I'll perform general, non-specific manipulations for no reason, but please, pay me anyway."
Oh, and Blue Cross happily coughed up thousands of dollars and everyone lived happily ever after.
Get real. Insurance will NOT pay a dime unless they have a working diagnosis code and specific treatment protocols for SPECIFIC conditions. So if the tool collected money from insurance companies, he was lying from both sides of his lying mouth--that's called FRAUD. And here the tool is banging the "I'm better than you, and "I'm above all of that" bible. Oh, but now he's in 'critical care' yet has 8 hours a day to post lies online.
To top it off--if the tool did in fact give the insurance companies a diagnostic code and in fact DID give the insurance companies a treatment code--knowing he was just making them up to be paid since he didn't believe what he did--then that makes him the ULTIMATE fraud. And he's preaching to you? Really? Really???? What other lies has he been feeding you? Just asking.
The tool wisdom is a massive fraud--caught in his own admissions of thievery. He cannot be trusted. He's a liar.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#6 Dec 19, 2013
Great, I just exposed another chiroquacker using bizarre and unfounded "treatments" and this quacker from IL want to know how I billed for msk conditions?

Figures.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#7 Dec 19, 2013
See that? Swindler's like the tool 'wisdom' would rather change the subject. Thus, as promised, a repeat.

The above con,'wisdom' has not yet answered the question on he managed to swindle insurance companies while he was in practice--by not rendering a diagnosis or treatment plan and performing 'generic manipulaton' with no specific condition or treatment in mind. No diagnostic codes. No treatment codes. No nothing. This I've got to hear. I like good stories about cheats like the above con.
I'll keep on posting this until he answers. This may take a while. It could be hundreds if not thousands of times I post this. he he he

he he he The fraud did NOT answer the question with his ever so clever 'diversionary bs' answer. Question: How did the tool (wisdom) defraud so many insurance companies? He said he performed 'generic manipulation' during the 'mercedes 80's' and did NOT treat any specific conditions--YET the insurance companies still paid him. How??? Don't worry. This will be repeated hundreds of times.

I'd rather speak of frauds--the tool 'wisdom' is the biggest one of all. Here's why:
Fact: The tool said while he was practicing chiropractic he performed "generic manipulation" non-specific for any condition. Really? Then tell us, fraud, how did you pull off your insurance company swindle?
Folks, the tool said he did 'very well' as a chirorpactor and collected tons of insurance money during the 'mercedes 80's' when insurance money flowed freely.
In order to collect that money, insurance companies require DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT codes. I can just see it now--the fraud was able to collect insurance money by telling Blue Cross "See here--I'm an honest man. I have to admit chiropractic is quackery, so I'm not going to state a diagnosis for this patient since chiropractic isn't good for any condition, and I'll perform general, non-specific manipulations for no reason, but please, pay me anyway."
Oh, and Blue Cross happily coughed up thousands of dollars and everyone lived happily ever after.
Get real. Insurance will NOT pay a dime unless they have a working diagnosis code and specific treatment protocols for SPECIFIC conditions. So if the tool collected money from insurance companies, he was lying from both sides of his lying mouth--that's called FRAUD. And here the tool is banging the "I'm better than you, and "I'm above all of that" bible. Oh, but now he's in 'critical care' yet has 8 hours a day to post lies online.
To top it off--if the tool did in fact give the insurance companies a diagnostic code and in fact DID give the insurance companies a treatment code--knowing he was just making them up to be paid since he didn't believe what he did--then that makes him the ULTIMATE fraud. And he's preaching to you? Really? Really???? What other lies has he been feeding you? Just asking.
The tool wisdom is a massive fraud--caught in his own admissions of thievery. He cannot be trusted. He's a liar.

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