Chiropractic Economics announces four special issues in 2010
Chiropractic Economics, the leading publication serving the chiropractic industry, announced the addition of four special issues in the 2010 line-up at the Florida Chiropractic Association National Convention and Expo in Kissimmee, Fla.
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#1 Sep 24, 2009
Send this message to a fellow doctor …Please!
Attention: Doctors of Chiropractic… do not be fooled!
RE: Truck Driver Physicals and the NRCME or the “National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners”
THERE ARE NO U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration,(FMCSA) courses offered through or by Chiropractic Colleges or doctors of chiropractic; that will prepare you for the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners, examination. Why?
Only the NRCME program will establish core curriculum specifications for training - based on a comprehensive Role Delineation Study. The Role Delineation Study will be the foundation for the development of a certification tests to assess the competence of the medical examiner. The federal government has not developed long-term quality management of the program, accomplished through national accreditation.
Then what is Palmer College, Western States Chiropractic College and a few DC’s advertising?…A sixteen or twenty-six hour class in drug and alcohol testing …a preparation for the Certified Medical Examiners exam. They have no authority or official curriculum to prepare you to pass the NRCME test. You will simply learn how to perform DOT physical examinations and be certified in drug and alcohol testing for DOT. They are using SLICK and misleading advertisements, playing on your fears to “be prepared”. Check out the content of the courses and the instructors before you sign up for their classes.
How do I know they are misleading you?
I have taken the NRCME mock test; I represented OUR profession and worked on the “Working Integrated Product Team”(WIPT) in Washington, DC that is currently developing the curriculum for you to study. I have taught Federal DOT Drug and Alcohol collections for ten years.
I am currently the Director of Occupational Medicine at Eastern Plumas Health Care, a small hospital in Northern California. If you have questions, you may contact me.
Dr. Trent Saxton, DC
#2 Sep 24, 2009
This brings me to the point--What are Wisediaper's credentials? He never posted any. Why? Because this "expert" has none. Not one bit of chiropractic education. Not one bit of medical education. NOTHING. ZIP!! Therefore--he is a F-R-A-U-D.
And watch, he'll talk about everything EXCEPT his so called "expert" credentials. Why? Again--none exist. Liar and Fraud.
#3 Sep 24, 2009
See how Wisediaper makes up facts? Do you see that now? He states, as if he knew, you know, like the "expert" he is, that I live in a town of 6,000 and couldn't possibly have seen over 20,000 different patients over the years. See how he makes up facts? He has NO idea where I live and work. In fact, I live near a major city. One of the top 3 in population in the U.S.
See how Wisedump just makes up facts? Now, everyone knows he's a liar and a fraud.
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