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Open for Business: Family Chiropractic, Stephanie Beelendorf, DC

There are 144 comments on the The Daily Gazette story from Jul 11, 2009, titled Open for Business: Family Chiropractic, Stephanie Beelendorf, DC. In it, The Daily Gazette reports that:

Dr. Stephanie Beelendorf of Family Chiropractic in Sterling. ) “We are a chiropractic office,” says Stephanie Beelendorf, 25, the newest chiropractor to join the Family Chiropractic team.

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L Baines

AOL

#155 Nov 11, 2009
Wisdom wrote:
Of course neck manipulation has the possibility of causing stroke.
One can imagine that chiropractic students "practicing" on other students presents the possibility of causing strokes.
Chiropractic student graduate without ever examining, diagnosing or treating truly sick patients.
It is bizarre to suggest that these chiropractors are qualified to be primary care physicians. Period.
One again Wisdom shows not just gaps, but Grand Canyon's in his 'expert' knowledge. he he. If the above is true, then every chiropractic college's clinic would be shuttered, chiropractors would pay 20-100 thousand dollars per year for malpractice insurance like medical doctors pay compared to less than $1500.00 a year chiropractors pay. This proves, once and for all, that Wisdom is just an angry, frustrated loser, and NOT an expert. It's right here folks. Wisdom does not know what he's talking about. Look up malpractice rates for both medical doctors and chiropractors. Google medical malpractice claims--one chiropractic claim for every 200,000 medical claims. Wisdom, you are truly sick and delusional.
Diggs

Lakeland, FL

#157 Nov 12, 2009
I think that wisdom is lost for words as he has lost his keyboard, now crying with taxpayer tissue paid for by taxpayers. So many tears wisdom has, he and barreter and botty boy now crying hound dogs.

Why

DC PCP Internal Medicine Physicians
NM DC presciptive rights, IV rights, Injections rights, Hospital privelages

Sorry guys, time to jumb aboard and enroll in DC school, it is never too late hahahahahhahahahahahahahahahah ahahahahahahahahahahahaha Hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#158 Nov 13, 2009
Only an ignorant chiropractor would say that manipulation of the neck does not have the possibility of causing strokes. Manipulation of the neck involves stretching and twisting of not only the carotid arteries but the vertebral arteries as well.

To say otherwise is just plain stupid. Just plain "chiropractic".

Fact; chiropractors graduate from chiropractic school without ever examining, diagnosing or treating patients with vascular or neurological disease/illnesses. So how would these chiropractors be "qualified" to care for them?

Chiropractic stupidity abounds. The chiropractic diaper needs to be emptied. The public needs to know the truth.
L Baines

AOL

#159 Nov 13, 2009
Wisdom wrote:
Only an ignorant chiropractor would say that manipulation of the neck does not have the possibility of causing strokes. Manipulation of the neck involves stretching and twisting of not only the carotid arteries but the vertebral arteries as well.
To say otherwise is just plain stupid. Just plain "chiropractic".
Fact; chiropractors graduate from chiropractic school without ever examining, diagnosing or treating patients with vascular or neurological disease/illnesses. So how would these chiropractors be "qualified" to care for them?
Chiropractic stupidity abounds. The chiropractic diaper needs to be emptied. The public needs to know the truth.
Wisdom, the egotisical, condescending little loser, has never treated a patient for anything. He (Wisdom) never experienced the pleasure of helping someone out of pain and sickness. Why? Because Wisdom has NO degree, no training, no Phd (he lied about that---PHD in neurophysiology--hahahahahaha LIAR!! FRAUD!) Wisdom has no license to treat anyone for anything. He has no diagnosing privileges. Nothing. Wisdom is NOT, I repeat NOT a chiropractic expert. EVERYTHING he's posted was lifted from online sources that anyone six years and older can do. Wisdom is a FRAUD. Not just a fraud, but a fraud who claims he's an expert. Wisdom is truly the Lying King!

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