Curious About Alternative Allergy Treatment

Aug 18, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TV38 Boston

Share + Aug 17, 2010 11:53 pm US/Eastern Reporting Paula Ebben SALEM, N.H. How about this allergy sufferers?A An easy, fast, painless and relatively inexpensive treatment with great results.A That's what its advocates claim.A It's called Advanced Allergy Therapeutics.A And when Laurence from Methuen heard radio ads for a local treatment center he ...

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Wisdom

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Aug 18, 2010
 
"Practitioners are very careful to say they do not diagnose or cure allergies. "

Right, these chiropractic quacks claim they are able to treat people with allergies with their bizarre methods.

They just don't "diagnose" allergies. ha ha ha

Dumb ass chiropractors.

These quacks are not the fringe of the chiropractic enterprise, they are mainstream chiropractic quacks.

They need to be eliminated and the scamming of desperate and innocent people needs to end.
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Aug 18, 2010
 
Wisdom wrote:
"Practitioners are very careful to say they do not diagnose or cure allergies. "
Right, these chiropractic quacks claim they are able to treat people with allergies with their bizarre methods.
They just don't "diagnose" allergies. ha ha ha
Dumb ass chiropractors.
These quacks are not the fringe of the chiropractic enterprise, they are mainstream chiropractic quacks.
They need to be eliminated and the scamming of desperate and innocent people needs to end.
Sound advice, coming from a pervert with a penchant for diapers. Wisdom, the super creep, who loves diapers, goes out of his way to show his ignorance about chiropractic and continually lie, and lie, and lie about chiropractic. The perv has no clue what he's talking about. The fraud never went to chiropractic school. Never attended a single class. Clinical experience? Uh, no. License? No again. Anything? Any type of credentials. Nada. He's just a fraud.
Wisdom

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Aug 20, 2010
 
Gotta be a chiroquacker.

Another idiot who claims he doesn't diagnose allergies ...... just "treats" them.

Just doesn't exactly know how to determine what it is he's claiming to treat.

That's chiropractic for ya.
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Aug 20, 2010
 
Wisdom wrote:
Gotta be a chiroquacker.
Another idiot who claims he doesn't diagnose allergies ...... just "treats" them.
Just doesn't exactly know how to determine what it is he's claiming to treat.
That's chiropractic for ya.
Wisdom, the liar, just deceived you again. He is offering his unqualified opinion on chiropractic. Why is he unqualifed? Simple. He has no degrees, no license, no clinical experience, and no credentials whatsover. Wisdom is the laughing stock on these posts. He's out of his league.
Wisdom

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Aug 21, 2010
 
Another idiot who claims he doesn't diagnose allergies ...... just "treats" them.

Just doesn't exactly know how to determine what it is he's claiming to treat.

That's chiropractic for ya.
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Aug 21, 2010
 
Wisdom wrote:
Another idiot who claims he doesn't diagnose allergies ...... just "treats" them.
Just doesn't exactly know how to determine what it is he's claiming to treat.
That's chiropractic for ya.
The con, wisdom, just chimed in again with another lie about chiropractic. He's funny, isn't he! Clowns like wisdom usually are.
Wisdom

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Aug 21, 2010
 
From the article above, says the chiropractor, ""Practitioners are very careful to say they do not diagnose or cure allergies. "

ha ha ha

It OK as long as a real doctor tells the chiropractors what it is that they "treating".

Too funny you quacks.
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Aug 21, 2010
 
Hey Shell, just curious if you're a chiropractor.
Whether you are or not, you have a thousand times more sense and understanding of chiropractic than wisdom, the liar.
Shell, I respect your comments. No one here respects wisdom. He's a con. Shell, you're not.
Wisdom

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Aug 21, 2010
 

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At least shell recognizes the overwhelming amount of fraud in chiropractic.

Too bad quacks in this country are as stupid as rocks.

The chiropractic quack in the article said,(to cover his ass) that chiropractors don't "diagnose" asthma and allergies, but they treat them.

And this quack has no idea just how stupid that statement is.

Proving once again, that the chiropractic diaper is full.
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Aug 21, 2010
 
Wisdom wrote:
At least shell recognizes the overwhelming amount of fraud in chiropractic.
Too bad quacks in this country are as stupid as rocks.
The chiropractic quack in the article said,(to cover his ass) that chiropractors don't "diagnose" asthma and allergies, but they treat them.
And this quack has no idea just how stupid that statement is.
Proving once again, that the chiropractic diaper is full.
Wisdom, the con, proved once again he is empty-headed about chiropractic. He doesn't even know the basics.
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Aug 22, 2010
 
Aerial View wrote:
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Wisdom, the con, proved once again he is empty-headed about chiropractic. He doesn't even know the basics.
Watch this folks. This will prove once and for all what a con, liar, fraud, and coward, yes, coward, wisdom is.
I will divulge the exact location, dates, city, etc. where I received training in wound care if he divulges his professional "expert" credentials other than 'attending a lot of meetings" and other than the internet. I'll keep my end of the bargain, but will wisdom? Not just no, HELL NO! He's a con. So you can take it to the bank that he'll chicken (buc, buc, buc) out of this one. Why? Oh, because he's a coward. That's why. Just watch. I'll be right. You see, the con and coward, wisdom, has something to hide--namely because he has NO credentials and doesn't want to be found out. I, on the other hand, have tons of credentials. A BA degree, DC degree, and loads of post graduate education. Wisdom? Uh, nada. And he'll prove it. He won't take ethe bet. Why? Oh, I already answered that. He's a coward and a con.
Dr Callahan

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Aug 22, 2010
 
I've been a chiropractor for many years. Chiropractors do not treat wounds. We do not get any training or necessary clinical experience in the treatment of wounds.

Chiropractors are not allowed to prescribe the wound care topical ointments, they are not allowed to do dressing changes, they are not allowed to prescribe antibiotics, they are not allowed to place wound vacs and they are not allowed to debride.

Chiropractors do not treat wounds of any kind.

Whether Wisdom is a chiropractor or not, it does not change the fact that chiropractors do not treat wounds. It is beyond the pale to even make such a claim.
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Aug 23, 2010
 
Dr Callahan wrote:
I've been a chiropractor for many years. Chiropractors do not treat wounds. We do not get any training or necessary clinical experience in the treatment of wounds.
Chiropractors are not allowed to prescribe the wound care topical ointments, they are not allowed to do dressing changes, they are not allowed to prescribe antibiotics, they are not allowed to place wound vacs and they are not allowed to debride.
Chiropractors do not treat wounds of any kind.
Whether Wisdom is a chiropractor or not, it does not change the fact that chiropractors do not treat wounds. It is beyond the pale to even make such a claim.
Ahhhhhhhhhh ha ha ha! Oh, how wisdom deceives. Nice tray "Callahan." The goof above is wisdom, who again, is trying ever so desperately to deceive you. When the liar and con, wisdom, becomes frustrated that no one agrees with his stupid remarks about chiropractic he then, well, invents fake posters such as Callahan, and WEB, oh, and Theodore, let's not forget Medical Doctor, Chiropractor, steve, and ex-chiro. And now callahan. The dumb ass, in his oh so clever (he he he) way is trying to write as not to be offended in the wisdom style, so calmly...Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa yyyyyyy, maybe callihan is who he says he is..........Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyy, do you think?
Notice how wisdom, I mean 'Callahan' ducks the 'credential question." Dumb ass. Either way, both are dumb asses. Both are failures---the callahan side of the dummy even said so.
Hey callahan, er uh, wisdom, don't blame it on chiropractic because you failed. You would have failed no matter what you did.
Raymond Malone

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Aug 23, 2010
 
I hear of so many cures to allergies but I am not convinced. Usually all we can do is try to find the best treatment that relieves our symptoms. There are always a few tricks and tips that can help avoid things like hay fever and allergies and often the best option is to find some alternative and natural remedies for allergies. Such as below.

http://sickofhayfever.com/natural-remedies.ht...

http://hayfeversolutions.com/natural-remedies...
Wisdom

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Aug 23, 2010
 
I know Dr. Callahan. You are correct. And as a chiropractor who is licensed in many states, it is important that your statement is re-posted;

"I've been a chiropractor for many years. Chiropractors do not treat wounds. We do not get any training or necessary clinical experience in the treatment of wounds.

Chiropractors are not allowed to prescribe the wound care topical ointments, they are not allowed to do dressing changes, they are not allowed to prescribe antibiotics, they are not allowed to place wound vacs and they are not allowed to debride.

Chiropractors do not treat wounds of any kind."

I wondering if the quack 'aerial" above also claims to debride wounds and do dressing changes? He's made so many outrageous chiropractic claims that I wouldn't doubt it.

Hey quack, when doing a wet to dry dressing change, what solution is currently recommended? What do chiropractors recommend. ha ha h a I need a good laugh.
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Aug 23, 2010
 
Wisdom wrote:
I know Dr. Callahan. You are correct. And as a chiropractor who is licensed in many states, it is important that your statement is re-posted;
"I've been a chiropractor for many years. Chiropractors do not treat wounds. We do not get any training or necessary clinical experience in the treatment of wounds.
Chiropractors are not allowed to prescribe the wound care topical ointments, they are not allowed to do dressing changes, they are not allowed to prescribe antibiotics, they are not allowed to place wound vacs and they are not allowed to debride.
Chiropractors do not treat wounds of any kind."
I wondering if the quack 'aerial" above also claims to debride wounds and do dressing changes? He's made so many outrageous chiropractic claims that I wouldn't doubt it.
Hey quack, when doing a wet to dry dressing change, what solution is currently recommended? What do chiropractors recommend. ha ha h a I need a good laugh.
Another stupid, unqualified comment by wisdom, who is also talking to himself with "callahan." AHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA Wisdom is callahan. How pathetic is that?
Notice how the fraud, wisdom, purposely ducked my challenge. I said if he first tells everyone what his so called 'expert credentials' are (other than 'dozens and dozens and dozens of chiropractic meetings) then I'll post where and when I got wound training. I need not worry. he he The fraud and hypocrite, you know, wisdom, the one who insists everyone else reveal their training, but he won't, will NOT, I repeat, will NOT rise to my challenge? Why? Because wisdom is a fraud with NO credentials and NO credibility. He wants to debate chiropractic? Fine. Show your membership card (degrees and license) then you might get a seat at the table. Until then, wisdom is a con, and clearly not a chiropractic expert. Everything he says about chiropractic is a lie.
Wisdom

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Aug 23, 2010
 
Ummm right mr. quacker. Like Dr. Callahan said, it's more likely than not that you are not a chiropractor.

It really doesn't matter. What is important is that chiropractic be shut down.

We're on our way.

And you can stop with the "wound care" bit. It's beyond stupid.
Wisdom

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Aug 23, 2010
 
""I've been a chiropractor for many years. Chiropractors do not treat wounds. We do not get any training or necessary clinical experience in the treatment of wounds.

Chiropractors are not allowed to prescribe the wound care topical ointments, they are not allowed to do dressing changes, they are not allowed to prescribe antibiotics, they are not allowed to place wound vacs and they are not allowed to debride.

Chiropractors do not treat wounds of any kind.""

Hey quacker, do you prefer acetic acid solution to betadine for dressing changes? What is your rationale? ha ha ha

Oh too funny, asking a self proclaimed chiropractor to comment on wound care.
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Aug 23, 2010
 
Wisdom, the liar is still hiding from my challenge because he knows I'm right and he's wrong.
I do, got it, DO treat wounds. Here's the challenge, folks (I'm not worried, wisdom is a consistant liar and fraud and won't accept). Here it is: I will divulge my wound training with specifics (where, with whom, when, etc) once wisdom divulges his 'expert credentials" other than attending meetings and the internet. I want to see REAL degrees and licenses and clinical experience. Hey, it's like waiting for the second coming, isn't it! AHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HAHA. We'll be waiting a loooooooooooooooong time before wisdom, the liar addresses this. Uh, like never! Why? Oh simple. Very simple. He has NO expert credentials. Wisdom is now and always has been a fraud. Watch, he'll find a way to worm out of this. I'll be right. And I'll keep bringing this up--like every day.
Extra! Extra! Read all about the phony chiropractic expert who was expossed in a U.S. court of law. Remind you of wisdom? Oh my, yes!
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/editorial/quack...
http://www.canlyme.com/quackwatch.html
Wisdom

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Aug 24, 2010
 
""I've been a chiropractor for many years. Chiropractors do not treat wounds. We do not get any training or necessary clinical experience in the treatment of wounds.

Chiropractors are not allowed to prescribe the wound care topical ointments, they are not allowed to do dressing changes, they are not allowed to prescribe antibiotics, they are not allowed to place wound vacs and they are not allowed to debride.

Chiropractors do not treat wounds of any kind.""

Can you imagine, that in this day and age, a chiropractor says he can "debride" wounds. ha ha ha

Yeah, who needs all that "medical" training anyway?

The chiropractors only need proclaim, "begone necrotic tissue" and all will be well. ha ha ha ha

Proving once again, that the cult of chiropractic is alive and well.

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