Resolution of Autistic Symptoms in a Child Undergoing Chiropractic...

Feb 2, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Jordan Independent

A 9 year-old boy with Autism presented to a private office for chiropractic care by his mother.

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Washington Chiro wrote:
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I never said chiropractic can help autism. You said I said that. I never did.
Earth to idiot. That is the topic. Wisdom is not the topic. Anything Wisdom has ever said or done is not the topic. The topic is, "Resolution of Autistic Symptoms in a Child Undergoing Chiropractic Care to Correct Vertebral Subluxations", and it's bogus crap.
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Wisdom is always off topic--no matter what is said, he tells the same lies about chiropractic. Clearly, wisdom is no expert. In fact, he's a fraud and depraved fraud at that.
Again, this topic is not about Wisdom nor anything having to do with Wisdom. It is about chiropractic and autism. YOU are the one who is clearly off topic here with your rants about another poster, none of which has anything to do whatsoever on what the facts of the topic at hand.
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During the Haitian earthquake he wished the victims continued suffering then ending with "too bad for them--let them suffer." That's the sort of jackass who offers you advice and whom you worship. Wisdom is slimy. But if you choose to agree with what wisdom said about the Haitian earthquake victims, hey, that's your problem. What does that say about you?
Who cares what someone said somewhere else about something completely irrelevant?? What another individual thinks doesn't change the fact that chiropractic still doesn't do crap for autism. What it says about me is that my comprehension and grasp on reality is far greater than yours and you're a colossal idiot who apparently cares more about his own ego than anything else and is actually deluded enough to believe that anyone is supposed to care about that.

But guess what, nobody does. Because the topic is not Wisdom or what you think about Wisdom or what Wisdom has ever said or done. You have nothing to say about the topic at hand, and you're just whining like a little girl over and over about nothing that has to do with anything.

Grow the hell up and get over it already, fool.

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Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>I never said chiropractic can help autism. You said I said that. I never did.
Somebodie never said it, either. I believe they also never claimed you said it. A chiropractor did!!!! Remember, the reason why we're here? The article??!!
I guess you were just too preoccupied to realize that!!!!
Thanks for allowing the world to see just how a chiropractor, such as you claim to be, behaves!
Washington Chiro

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Somebodie never said it, either. I believe they also never claimed you said it. A chiropractor did!!!! Remember, the reason why we're here? The article??!!
I guess you were just too preoccupied to realize that!!!!
Thanks for allowing the world to see just how a chiropractor, such as you claim to be, behaves!
Oh, you're welcome. You're just what this post needs--a morality bible banger who judges others. If I were you I'd take a good hard look in the mirror first--then see if you have room to judge anyone.

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Has nothing to do with the bible any more than the contents of your attacks do. The bible is just another off topic tactic to stray from what the topic is. You're the one demanding others to denounce a person based solely on what you claim. And you question me judging others??? How funny is that! ROFL!!! At this point it wouldn't matter what Wisdom ever said, in you're attemt to attck him for who knows why, you're making yourself the spectacle!! The focus is ALL on YOU!!

There must be something to what Wisdom is saying for you to be spending all your time on that person than the topic itself.

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Lets end the circles here.

Chiropractic care can treat musculoskeletal conditions and improve the attainment of increased wellness through natural modalities.

Can Autistic individuals benefit from chiropractic care, YES if they have some sort of musculoskeletal unbalance. Does chiropractic treat Autism...NO PERIOD.

No chiropractor should be diagnosing or treating outside these scopes. A chiropractor gets extensive medical classroom training but lacks actual clinical experience handling these diseases. So at best a chiropractor should notice a RED FLAG understand the PROCESSES involved and REFER the patient to receive proper care!

To progress the profession which has proved beneficial for many things these "quacks" need to be exposed. There are quacks in all medical professions, however when it comes to chiropractic we seem to want to deny that its happening. It's bad not only for the public but for ethical chiropractors who are shadowed by public opinion.

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Where the circle is because this article has autism and chiropractor in it- it went to both forums and we of the autism forum got sucked into the on-going war over there in the chiropractic forum. I bet they don't even realize this is also posted in the autism forum and that's why a few of us are here to begin with.

Us of the autism forum could care less about your personal wars, and you should keep it over on your own specific chiropractic topics.
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As usual, "washington chiro" is way off topic. Its clear that Wisdom is an expert on chiropractic matters. How else could someone have such intimate knowledge about chiropractic schools and chiropractic teachings?

And as usual, "washington chiro" fails to provide the link which could substantiate his claims about "Wisdom" Why? We all know why. The lying should end right here.

I for one am happy that NE has called to have "washington chiro's" license taken away for his outrageous claims.

"vaccines" adds nothing to the discusion. Why exactly does he post?

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Oh brother. Taking courses means very little.
*Major drug classifications and their most common applications. The rationale for pharmacological intervention in common disorders. Discussion of patient compliance issues; drug abuse; drug side effects and adverse reactions; and basic concepts regarding pharmacodynamics and kinetics, the therapeutic window, and toxicity

If you're at all trying to compare that to an MD, nice try.

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It's clear you have no good eye site to notice my picture shows I am female. He calls me a he but tells me to take midol! LOL! But hey, he can give an RX.

Trust me, no one is jealous of you for any reason. I did look at the schools you suggested. based on what YOU suggested, the Fact is a 'course' is not the same thing as having the ability to write RX's. Most of the 'training' IS in alterative medicine.

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Who cares. Really, no one does.

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Wash, "friend" is not a chiropractor or against chiropractic when within scope. This post is on the autism forum as well and that is why "friend" is posting here.

Chiropractic has no right in directly treating these diseases in which many chiropractors are claiming to be able to treat.

I question if "Washington Chiro" is an actual chiropractor. Please for the sake of consumer protection Wisdom and Wash need to stop this bickering back and forth. It is apparent that Cal and Wisdom may be the same, who cares...

Chiropractors get limited experience in similar clinical training as MDs do. A chiropractor is not equivalent to an MD. However a chiropractor magnifies the ability to take a more conservative approach as an MD is better adept to deal with patients on a large scale and treat ones that require specialized care.

There is abundant research and studies that show chiropractic care can help musculoskeletal conditions. Lets stick to that, in which I may add that many people are suffering from, and the public opinion of chiropractors would not be so distorted.

Here are some facts: some people respond to conservative care and others don't have the compliance to gain benefit from it. There are no lines to be drawn in healthcare, people can choose a modality of care that coincides with their belief. However, it is unethical and wrong to make false claims such as treating autism!
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NE-Chiro wrote:
Wash, "friend" is not a chiropractor or against chiropractic when within scope. This post is on the autism forum as well and that is why "friend" is posting here.
Chiropractic has no right in directly treating these diseases in which many chiropractors are claiming to be able to treat.
I question if "Washington Chiro" is an actual chiropractor. Please for the sake of consumer protection Wisdom and Wash need to stop this bickering back and forth. It is apparent that Cal and Wisdom may be the same, who cares...
Chiropractors get limited experience in similar clinical training as MDs do. A chiropractor is not equivalent to an MD. However a chiropractor magnifies the ability to take a more conservative approach as an MD is better adept to deal with patients on a large scale and treat ones that require specialized care.
There is abundant research and studies that show chiropractic care can help musculoskeletal conditions. Lets stick to that, in which I may add that many people are suffering from, and the public opinion of chiropractors would not be so distorted.
Here are some facts: some people respond to conservative care and others don't have the compliance to gain benefit from it. There are no lines to be drawn in healthcare, people can choose a modality of care that coincides with their belief. However, it is unethical and wrong to make false claims such as treating autism!
Well said. As I elluded to previosly was that in a single case such as this, unwittnessed except for direct participants and the overall condition of this child, also unknown to us, it is not impossible that chiro could not help on one level and bring another area, say pain and stress into a more pleasant state. All these absolutes that a dufus like friend (of Pharma) advocates are just subjective nonsense. Medicine is full of things that shouldn't work or make sense but happen, and no amount of study or argument will solidify any conclusion. Agreeing to disagree may be the only option.
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vaccines, you continue to be an idiot. There is NO evidence that chiropractic can help autism, "pleasant state" or not.

NE, I will quit exposing chiropractic scams the day ALL chiropractors admit that NOT ONE of their 200+ bizarre and unfounded treatments are good for anything.

Having said that, I sure am glad that you noted that this quack, your colleague washboy should have his license removed for making such preposterous claims such as "being an expert at wound care" and "being an expert at interpreting EKGs" etc etc.

"bickering" You can call exposing fraud and quackery "bickering". that may be your way of minimizing the acts of scamming innocent and desperate people. To me, chiropractic treatments like activator, impulse, ak, sot, nucca and proadjuster are outright fraud. Preying on these people is disgusting.
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Wisdom wrote:
vaccines, you continue to be an idiot. There is NO evidence that chiropractic can help autism, "pleasant state" or not.
NE, I will quit exposing chiropractic scams the day ALL chiropractors admit that NOT ONE of their 200+ bizarre and unfounded treatments are good for anything.
Having said that, I sure am glad that you noted that this quack, your colleague washboy should have his license removed for making such preposterous claims such as "being an expert at wound care" and "being an expert at interpreting EKGs" etc etc.
"bickering" You can call exposing fraud and quackery "bickering". that may be your way of minimizing the acts of scamming innocent and desperate people. To me, chiropractic treatments like activator, impulse, ak, sot, nucca and proadjuster are outright fraud. Preying on these people is disgusting.
If anyones an idiot its WHIZ-DUMB who goes on childish tirades and shows other posters he/she is mentally unstable. Better get an adjustment for that. An attitude adjustment.
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Give it up mr. chiropractor, you were exposed a sa fraud a long time ago.

Your colleague NE said you should have your "license removed".

Let it go.

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The first thing they tell you is to look for scientifically proven therapies for your child with autism. That is why there are so many quacks out there proclaiming 'resolution' tageted towards kids with autism, so many like Winnipeg who believes in "shouldn't work or make sense but happen, and no amount of study or argument will solidify any conclusion". It's a wide open door for quacks. This is why we ask for proven therapies, so not to subject children to unneeded treatments or pay for something that can not help the child's autism at all.

No body cares about potential chiropractors posting here, or if they are actual chiropractors. Who cares. This isn't a personal thing. All the attacking only just goes towards making your profession look bad.
The fact is and the topic is Dr. May's is proclaiming autism symptom 'resolution' which to any parent does mean cure, when there were variables not accounted for or ruled out. It makes it a faulty single case study, and it's purpose to to get new patients.
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It seems no chiropractors have been able to reproduce this quack's results. Only an idiot chiroquacker and his ignorant supporters like Washington would claim to cure autism.

But Washington did not stop there. He has claimed to be an expert in EKGs and wound care. He also defended another chiropractor in another article who cliqmed he treated goldfish.(link available upon request). His colleague NE was correct in calling him a quack and for having his license removed.. I concur.
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Wisdom wrote:
It seems no chiropractors have been able to reproduce this quack's results. Only an idiot chiroquacker and his ignorant supporters like Washington would claim to cure autism.
But Washington did not stop there. He has claimed to be an expert in EKGs and wound care. He also defended another chiropractor in another article who cliqmed he treated goldfish.(link available upon request). His colleague NE was correct in calling him a quack and for having his license removed.. I concur.
he he he That's rich from the fraud, wisdom, who never had a license to practice anything. He's neither a chiropractor or MD. But this con does brag about being a failed chiropractor (even though he isn't one) and buying a medical degree from a Caribbean diploma mill. The con wisdom has zero credibility.
But enough of that fraud. I'm expecting to have a huge, huge day tomorrow. I treated over 50 patients on Friday and will probably treat well over that tomorrow. There's nothing better than being a successful chiropractor. I love each and every second of it!
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Wisdom wrote:
It seems no chiropractors have been able to reproduce this quack's results. Only an idiot chiroquacker and his ignorant supporters like Washington would claim to cure autism.
But Washington did not stop there. He has claimed to be an expert in EKGs and wound care. He also defended another chiropractor in another article who cliqmed he treated goldfish.(link available upon request). His colleague NE was correct in calling him a quack and for having his license removed.. I concur.
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA! Get this--the con, wisdom, who is NOT an MD said, "I concur." Spoken like a REAL doctor! "I concur!" AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA AH AH. The fraud learned that when he received his fake diploma from a Caribbean medical school diploma mill. He never had to attend classes--he received it within five days after ordering it. The fake mill had a list of catch all phrases one must say to sound like a doctor. "I concur!" AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA. Oh, but ask the con wisdom about neurology--all of a sudden he's speechless. "Nope. No neurology terms were on that list."
What a con this wisdom goof is. He has no medical or chiropractic background whatsoever yet calls himself an 'expert.' he he he
Oh, and if you ever do encounter a 'doctor' who actually did graduate from a Caribbean medical school, make sure your life insurance is paid up. Those idiots are dangerous.
I love exposing frauds. My pleasure!!

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