Hopkins Chiropractor Placed on Probation

Hopkins Chiropractor Placed on Probation

There are 13 comments on the Patch.com story from Feb 14, 2012, titled Hopkins Chiropractor Placed on Probation. In it, Patch.com reports that:

The Board of Chiropractic Examiners fined a Hopkins chiropractor $40,000, placed him on probation and ordered him to take an ethics class following accusations that he made diagnoses and ordered tests with insufficient documentation, according to a board stipulation and order signed last week.

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Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#1 Feb 16, 2012
Anyone know if this guy was getting kick backs from the "neurodiagnostic testing" company?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Feb 16, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Anyone know if this guy was getting kick backs from the "neurodiagnostic testing" company?
For every one chiropractor who was disciplined, there are a thousand MD's. Another one of wisdom's deceiving posts.
Little Legs

Rutherfordton, NC

#3 Feb 20, 2012
Oh, I get it. Wisdom and Washington Chiro are the same person.

Brilliant marketing scheme!
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#4 Feb 20, 2012
I see the chiropractor above never learned that two wrongs do not make a right.

Problem is, I don't think that ANY chiropractic "neurodiagnostic companies" are legitimate. Kick backs in the form of "rent" have been quite common. And who gets ripped off? The patients.

Sad.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#5 Feb 20, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
I see the chiropractor above never learned that two wrongs do not make a right.
Problem is, I don't think that ANY chiropractic "neurodiagnostic companies" are legitimate. Kick backs in the form of "rent" have been quite common. And who gets ripped off? The patients.
Sad.
For once I agree with wisdom. The MD's have been getting kickbacks from drug companies long enough. These thieves should be locked up.
Most MD's get most of the drug information, including dosage and treatment protocols from the drug company salesman--who used to sell vacuums before they put on a pin striped suit and starting working for a drug company.
So right you are wisdom. These unscrupulous MD's should be jailed for accepting Hawaiian cruises from these drug companies.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#6 Feb 21, 2012
The chiropractor above said, "For once I agree with wisdom."

Believe me, you are way too ignorant to even understand how much chiropractic quackery I've exposed.

Chiropractic neurodiagnostic companies have been in violation of the "stark laws" for many years.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#7 Feb 21, 2012
For once I agree with wisdom. The MD's have been getting kickbacks from drug companies long enough. These thieves should be locked up.
Most MD's get most of the drug information, including dosage and treatment protocols from the drug company salesman--who used to sell vacuums before they put on a pin striped suit and starting working for a drug company.
So right you are wisdom. These unscrupulous MD's should be jailed for accepting Hawaiian cruises from these drug companies.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#8 Feb 22, 2012
If you have evidence of a particular doctor getting an illegal kick back, please let the authorities know ... today. until then, best to shut your ignorant mouth.

I have done my part in exposing these chiropractic "neurodiagnostic companies" who are in violation of the stark laws.

And yes, well trained pharmaceutical reps do inform medical doctors of the latest drugs. And then the medical doctors read the research studies and may or may not incorporate them into their practices.

Contrast that with chiropractic treatments like activator, nucca, gonstead, pro adjuster, ak, sot hio, implulse etc etc which do NOT have any research studies to support their use.

But that fact never seems bother any chiropractor. Except those that have left the field out of disgust. Including me.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#9 Feb 22, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
If you have evidence of a particular doctor getting an illegal kick back, please let the authorities know ... today. until then, best to shut your ignorant mouth.
I have done my part in exposing these chiropractic "neurodiagnostic companies" who are in violation of the stark laws.
And yes, well trained pharmaceutical reps do inform medical doctors of the latest drugs. And then the medical doctors read the research studies and may or may not incorporate them into their practices.
Contrast that with chiropractic treatments like activator, nucca, gonstead, pro adjuster, ak, sot hio, implulse etc etc which do NOT have any research studies to support their use.
But that fact never seems bother any chiropractor. Except those that have left the field out of disgust. Including me.
Folks, I've always told you wisdom is a liar and a fraud. Though you can't fault him for not knowing about medical fraud since he himself is not a doctor of any kind.
Wisdom "the fraud" wants proof doctors take kickbacks from drug companies. Too easy. Way, way too easy.
There are over 1100 different articles just on google. Here is one:
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/04/health/poli...
Here's another: http://pharmaceutical-kickbacks.com/
Doctors receiving kickbacks from drug companies is an epidemic disease of its own. These doctors are over prescribing just to get that Hawaiian cruise or that ever so tasty steak dinner that has their patient's blood on it. Or so they can score tickets to the Knicks game. Patient welfare be damned. Money first. Patients last. Read the articles. You'll see.
Wisdom is such an ignoramus.
DrCallahan

Central Islip, NY

#10 Feb 22, 2012
Wisdom is correct. Ican'tunderstand how my colleague chiro cannot admit what is true ... "well trained pharmaceutical reps do inform medical doctors of the latest drugs. And then the medical doctors read the research studies and may or may not incorporate them into their practices.

Contrast that with chiropractic treatments like activator, nucca, gonstead, pro adjuster, ak, sot hio, implulse etc etc which do NOT have any research studies to support their use."

Have MDs engaged in kick backs, of course, but Wash chiro missed the point big time. Wisdom never denied this. He only told wash chiro to tell the authorities if he actually knew of any kick backs. Apparently, he doesn't.

Regardless, this blog is about chiropractic and pointing to bad behavior from MDs is totally irrelevant. I never understood why chiropractoras always resort to bashing MDs. Actually I do know, its part of being a chiropractor, I guess.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#11 Feb 23, 2012
he he
Wisdom is posting as "DrCal" again. he he What a surprise. Wisdom loses the argument since he is a fraud himself, so he has to put on a mask and look even more pathetic. Make no mistake, Cal and wisdom are one and the same. Both losers, oh, but the SAME loser. Neither isn't a doctor of any kind. That's clear. Just the same loser. he he he

Folks, I've always told you wisdom is a liar and a fraud. Though you can't fault him for not knowing about medical fraud since he himself is not a doctor of any kind.
Wisdom "the fraud" wants proof doctors take kickbacks from drug companies. Too easy. Way, way too easy.
There are over 1100 different articles just on google. Here is one: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/04/health/poli...
Here's another: http://pharmaceutical-kickbacks.com/
Doctors receiving kickbacks from drug companies is an epidemic disease of its own. These doctors are over prescribing just to get that Hawaiian cruise or that ever so tasty steak dinner that has their patient's blood on it. Or so they can score tickets to the Knicks game. Patient welfare be damned. Money first. Patients last. Read the articles. You'll see.
Wisdom is such an ignoramus.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#12 Feb 23, 2012
Gee, this really is too easy.

Exposť the fact that chiropractic techniques have no research to support them, and the chiropractor bashes medicine. He he

Just like it was in chriopractIc school. It's good to be far away from that quackery.

Thanks Dr. Callahan, must be tough dealing with all those morons.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#13 Feb 23, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Gee, this really is too easy.
Exposť the fact that chiropractic techniques have no research to support them, and the chiropractor bashes medicine. He he
Just like it was in chriopractIc school. It's good to be far away from that quackery.
Thanks Dr. Callahan, must be tough dealing with all those morons.
Right you are loser. Bashing chiropractic, which is ALL you do, is ok. Exposing MD's who murder patients, not ok. Alright, from now on those will be the rules.
Folks, even though wisdom is not a doctor of any kind, notice how defensive and insecure he gets when I out crooked doctors, like I'm doing right now.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/04/health/poli...

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