Renowned Chiropractor Dr. Joseph Bianchi Newest Addition to Malo Clinic Health & Wellness

May 27, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Paramus Post

Dr. Joseph Bianchi, a graduate of the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic and a practitioner for 15 years, has joined the staff at Malo Clinic Health & Wellness in Rutherford, NJ.

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Placebo

Spring Hill, FL

#1 May 27, 2011
How does one become a "renowned" chiropractor?
Aerial View

AOL

#2 May 27, 2011
Placebo wrote:
How does one become a "renowned" chiropractor?
By healing tons of people by hand and not killing them with drugs.

By the way, I just updated my website. You should see it. Aside from chiropractic I also advertise wound treatment and peripheral neuropathy treatment with cold laser therapy. I get TONS of hits on it each week and a LOT of patients. Best thing I ever did.
Last week I was overwhelmed with new patients--all cash. My office does not accept one penny from any insurance company. I don't guarantee results, but I don't accept any money unless the patient is satisfied with the treatment. In other words, they have to get better or they don't pay. The funny part is, I don't need any more new patients. But a friend of mine talked me into updating my website, he did most of the work it works great.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#3 May 29, 2011
"renowned"?

Really, the more bizarre and the more cult like figure one is in chiropractic, the more "renown" you become. Think quacks like sid williams, guy reikman, etc etc.

There is virtually NO research to support any chiropractic technique.

So intellectual prowess is NOT what would make a chiropractor "renowned".

The chiropractic enterprise needs to be investigated. The scamming needs to end.
Aerial View

AOL

#4 May 29, 2011
By healing tons of people by hand and not killing them with drugs.

By the way, I just updated my website. You should see it. Aside from chiropractic I also advertise wound treatment and peripheral neuropathy treatment with cold laser therapy. I get TONS of hits on it each week and a LOT of patients. Best thing I ever did.
Last week I was overwhelmed with new patients--all cash. My office does not accept one penny from any insurance company. I don't guarantee results, but I don't accept any money unless the patient is satisfied with the treatment. In other words, they have to get better or they don't pay. The funny part is, I don't need any more new patients. But a friend of mine talked me into updating my website, he did most of the work it works great.

Oh, and wisdom, who regularly calls all nurses 'quacks' just showed his jealous side. He's not successful so he has to bash those who are. It makes no difference if they'r chiropractors. He has this disdain for successful people. Go figure.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#5 May 30, 2011
Everything but research. ha ha ha ha

Chiropractic .... thank goodness the placebo effect works on simple conditions.
Aerial View

AOL

#6 May 30, 2011
By healing tons of people by hand and not killing them with drugs.

By the way, I just updated my website. You should see it. Aside from chiropractic I also advertise wound treatment and peripheral neuropathy treatment with cold laser therapy. I get TONS of hits on it each week and a LOT of patients. Best thing I ever did.
Last week I was overwhelmed with new patients--all cash. My office does not accept one penny from any insurance company. I don't guarantee results, but I don't accept any money unless the patient is satisfied with the treatment. In other words, they have to get better or they don't pay. The funny part is, I don't need any more new patients. But a friend of mine talked me into updating my website, he did most of the work it works great.

Oh, and wisdom, who regularly calls all nurses 'quacks' just showed his jealous side. He's not successful so he has to bash those who are. It makes no difference if they'r chiropractors. He has this disdain for successful people. Go figure
craig

Paterson, NJ

#7 Jun 1, 2011
is he good? I have an on going back problem
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#8 Jun 2, 2011
See a board certified physiatrist before thinking about seeing a chiropractor.

As an example, this quacker aerial above just implied that he's qualified to treat "peripheral neuropathy". yet chiropractors are not well versed, nor do they have the clinical experience to competently treat patients with "neuropathy".

The same chiropractor above claimed he treats deep wounds with the same "magical laser". Chiropractors do not get clinical training in wound care.

they are a very bizarre bunch. Beware.
Aerial View

AOL

#9 Jun 2, 2011
By healing tons of people by hand and not killing them with drugs.

By the way, I just updated my website. You should see it. Aside from chiropractic I also advertise wound treatment and peripheral neuropathy treatment with cold laser therapy. I get TONS of hits on it each week and a LOT of patients. Best thing I ever did.
Last week I was overwhelmed with new patients--all cash. My office does not accept one penny from any insurance company. I don't guarantee results, but I don't accept any money unless the patient is satisfied with the treatment. In other words, they have to get better or they don't pay. The funny part is, I don't need any more new patients. But a friend of mine talked me into updating my website, he did most of the work it works great.

Oh, and wisdom, who regularly calls all nurses 'quacks' just showed his jealous side. He's not successful so he has to bash those who are. It makes no difference if they'r chiropractors. He has this disdain for successful people. Go figure
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#10 Jun 3, 2011
ha ha Did I mention that george goodheart was a "renowned" chiropractor. he promoted his version of applied kinesiology which involves "surrogate testing".

Really too bizarre. And really had NO research. He was revered by tens of thousands of chiropractic quacks world wide.

but that's chiropractic for ya. Sounds like mr. aerial is "protesting too much". Saying, "no really guys, I'm rich. Really I am". That's a chiropractor for ya.

Nuf said.
Aerial View

AOL

#11 Jun 3, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
ha ha Did I mention that george goodheart was a "renowned" chiropractor. he promoted his version of applied kinesiology which involves "surrogate testing".
Really too bizarre. And really had NO research. He was revered by tens of thousands of chiropractic quacks world wide.
but that's chiropractic for ya. Sounds like mr. aerial is "protesting too much". Saying, "no really guys, I'm rich. Really I am". That's a chiropractor for ya.
Nuf said.
ha ha Did I mention that wisdom is a "renowned" jerk? I think I have. Wisdom is the very same poster who bashes both chiropractic AND nurses. Why? Is that a named mental disease?
For those who don't know, wisdom, on dozens upon dozens of occasions, called all NURSES 'quacks'. Dozens and dozens of times. Wisdom is "renowned" for that.
Why take the word of someone, like wisdom for example, who calls all nurses 'quacks'.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#12 Jun 3, 2011
Sorry you were suckered into "AK".

Dumb ass chiropractor .... always searching for the next "miracle" technique.
Jake

San Antonio, TX

#13 Jun 3, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Sorry you were suckered into "AK".
Dumb ass chiropractor .... always searching for the next "miracle" technique.
What we have here is a loser who failed Chiropractic College and his only recourse is to demean other professional chiropractors.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#14 Jun 3, 2011
ha ha Sounds like this guy is a george goodheart follower.

Too bad for you. Did I hurt your feelings?

Now back to your "surrogate" testing.
Aerial View

AOL

#15 Jun 4, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
ha ha Sounds like this guy is a george goodheart follower.
Too bad for you. Did I hurt your feelings?
Now back to your "surrogate" testing.
ha ha Did I mention that wisdom is a "renowned" jerk? I think I have. Wisdom is the very same poster who bashes both chiropractic AND nurses. Why? Is that a named mental disease?
For those who don't know, wisdom, on dozens upon dozens of occasions, called all NURSES 'quacks'. Dozens and dozens of times. Wisdom is "renowned" for that.
Why take the word of someone, like wisdom for example, who calls all nurses 'quacks'.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#16 Jun 4, 2011
Why would aerial engage in surrogate testing? Why would he lie and make up quotes?

Because he's a chiropractor, that's why.

And all the other chiroquackers who read this just nod their heads in agreement.

Get out of chiropractic while you can aerial. You'll be much happier. You won't have to stalk the internet and post lies all day. you'll feel better about yourself.
Aerial View

AOL

#17 Jun 4, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Why would aerial engage in surrogate testing? Why would he lie and make up quotes?
Because he's a chiropractor, that's why.
And all the other chiroquackers who read this just nod their heads in agreement.
Get out of chiropractic while you can aerial. You'll be much happier. You won't have to stalk the internet and post lies all day. you'll feel better about yourself.
ha ha Did I mention that wisdom is a "renowned" jerk? I think I have. Wisdom is the very same poster who bashes both chiropractic AND nurses. Why? Is that a named mental disease?
For those who don't know, wisdom, on dozens upon dozens of occasions, called all NURSES 'quacks'. Dozens and dozens of times. Wisdom is "renowned" for that.
Why take the word of someone, like wisdom for example, who calls all nurses 'quacks'.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#18 Jun 4, 2011
More lies from our resident quacker. You may want to get that checked out.

In the mean time, check out this chiroquacker. Notice the "specificity".

After watching this clown at work, someone please tell me why these quacks should not be investigated and prosecuted.

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Aerial View

AOL

#19 Jun 4, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
More lies from our resident quacker. You may want to get that checked out.
In the mean time, check out this chiroquacker. Notice the "specificity".
After watching this clown at work, someone please tell me why these quacks should not be investigated and prosecuted.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =pL4UI3c1dkUXX&feature=pla yer_embedded
ha ha Did I mention that wisdom is a "renowned" jerk? I think I have. Wisdom is the very same poster who bashes both chiropractic AND nurses. Why? Is that a named mental disease?
For those who don't know, wisdom, on dozens upon dozens of occasions, called all NURSES 'quacks'. Dozens and dozens of times. Wisdom is "renowned" for that.
Why take the word of someone, like wisdom for example, who calls all nurses 'quacks'.
frank

Rutherford, NJ

#20 Jun 6, 2011
good luck Joe

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