Sherman chiropractic college changes name

Nov 11, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Published: Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 3:15 a.m. Last Modified: Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 8:54 p.m. Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic just lost the distinction of having the longest name in Spartanburg higher education -- and, according to Sherman, a lot of confusion along with it.

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Wisdom

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Nov 17, 2009
 

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You can change the name but it's still a quack factory.
Diggs

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Nov 17, 2009
 
Wisdom has been caught with his diaper down Hahah
Here are the facts Wisdom lies

NM Scope:
Chiropractic Practitioners
TITLE 16 OCCUPATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LICENSING
CHAPTER 4 CHIROPRACTIC PRACTITIONERS
PART 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS
16.4.1.7 DEFINITIONS:
A.“Chiropractic" means the science, art and philosophy of things natural, the science of locating and removing interference with the transmissions or expression of nerve forces in the human body by the correction of misalignments or subluxations of the articulations and adjacent structures, more especially those of the vertebral column and pelvis, for the purpose of restoring and maintaining health for treatment of human disease primarily by, but not limited to, adjustment and manipulation of the human structure. It shall include, but not be limited to, the use of all natural agencies to assist in the healing act, such as food, water, heat, cold, electricity, mechanical appliances, herbs, nutritional supplements, homeopathic remedies;
(the administering of a drug by injection)Hahaha
by a certified advanced practice chiropractic physician; and any necessary diagnostic procedure, excluding invasive procedures, except as provided by the board by rule and regulation.

Here is list of DC in NM injectables:
16.4.15.11 CHIROPRACTIC FORMULARY:
A. Herbal medicines may be the crude substance or a prepared form that renders the crude substance clinically useful. it may include preparations, concentrates, refinements, isolates, extracts, and derivatives of herbs.
B. All homeopathic preparations medicines include all medicines named in the homeopathic pharmacopoeia of the United States.
C. Over-the-counter drugs to include, but not limited to, all drugs listed in the PDR for OTC drugs or other compendium of United States otc drugs:
(1) all vitamins;
(2) all minerals.
D. Enzymes to include those produced for therapeutic use to include digestive enzymes, proteolytic enzymes, anti-inflammatory enzymes and other therapeutic enzymes.
E. Glandular products to include products produced from, extracted from, isolated from animal glandular tissue. It includes desiccated or otherwise processed whole glandular tissue, including protein, lipid and carbohydrate constituents of glandular tissue and, hormones, enzymes and secretions.
F. Protomorphogens to include those components of the cell nuclear material that are responsible for morphogenic determination of cell characteristics.
G. Live cell products includes therapeutic agents that are live cells or that are produced or secreted, extracted or isolated from live cells:
(1) gerovital;
(2) all amino acids to include peptides and amino acid combinations.
H. All dietary supplements as listed in comprehensive natural medicines database, PDR for nutritional supplements or other compendium or commercial catalogue of dietary supplements.
I. All foods for special dietary use.
J. Bioidentical hormones to include all hormones compounds, or salt forms of those compounds, that have exactly the same chemical and molecular structure as hormones that are produced in the human body:
(1) sterile water;
(2) sterile saline;
(3) sarapin or its generic;
(4) caffeine;
(5) procaine HCl;
(6) oxygen;
(7) epinephrine;
(8) vapocoolants.
As everyone can see, Wisdom is a lying fraud, YES chiropractors can prescribe aspirin but they can also use Willow Bark which is what aspirin is made of
They can use procaine
Sorry wisdom botty boy you have been caught with your diaper down HaHa
Diggs

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Nov 17, 2009
 
Wisdom has just been proven a TOTAL IDIOT LYING FRAUD

Chiropractors can prescribe any OTC drug in the PDR

hahahahhahahhahahahahahahahaah hahahaha

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m

How does it feel WisPUNK you are a lying fraud

Proven wrong

What is wrong does Barreter have you tongue

This is funny poor little wisdom must be crying and messing his diaper

Oh yeah also in OK, a DC can provide IV therapy and also do injections
L Baines

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Nov 17, 2009
 
Diggs,
We all know Wisdom lies through his wisdom teeth. It's understood that anything Wisdom says is an outright lie. If Wisdom even once told the truth his tongue would snap off. Everyone knows that.
By the way, interesting link about New Mexico. Thanks for posting it.
Wisdom

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Nov 17, 2009
 
Ha ha You're kidding right?

As I stated before, chiropractors are not allowed to prescribe any "prescription" medications.

Unbelievable how you quacks can spin.

I do like that you posted that chiropractors can "prescribe" sterile water.

Again, how exactly do you quacks think that chiropractors are qualified to prescribe anything when they never ever examine, diagnose or treat ruly sick patients during their "clinical training"?

Hmmmmmm?

Like I said, Sherman chiropractic school remains a quack factory, no matter what they call it.

And "homeopathy"? ha ha
L Baines

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Nov 17, 2009
 
Wisdom wrote:
Ha ha You're kidding right?
As I stated before, chiropractors are not allowed to prescribe any "prescription" medications.
Unbelievable how you quacks can spin.
I do like that you posted that chiropractors can "prescribe" sterile water.
Again, how exactly do you quacks think that chiropractors are qualified to prescribe anything when they never ever examine, diagnose or treat ruly sick patients during their "clinical training"?
Hmmmmmm?
Like I said, Sherman chiropractic school remains a quack factory, no matter what they call it.
And "homeopathy"? ha ha
The Lying King (Wisdom) rises again! This baffoon couldn't tell the truth if his life depended on it. Noticed how the liar-fraud-loser only listed 'sterile water' to make Diggs look foolish and at the same time trying to deceive everyone else. Read the New Mexico chiropractic scope of practice for yourself. You'll all see how Wisdom, the liar-fraud-humanity hater, lied. And he keeps lying. He knows nothing else. He also lied about his Phd in neurophizzzzzzzzzzz. The liar rises again. Wisdom IS the Lying King.
Wisdom

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Nov 18, 2009
 
Go ahead mr. baines, tell me what "prescription" medications you prescribe. We'll sees who's lying. I'll have you in jail pretty quickly if you claim to prescribe medications. You know it and I know it.

You have been exposed for the quack that you are.

Now mr. baines says he "prescribes" medications. Ha ha What a lying quack.

Ha Ha

Now empty your chiropractic diaper baines.
Wisdom

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Nov 18, 2009
 
Again, how exactly do you quacks think that chiropractors are qualified to prescribe anything when they never ever examine, diagnose or treat ruly sick patients during their "clinical training"?

Hmmmmmm?

What chiropractic college trains you quacks in prescribing medication again?

Oh I'll answer that for you ...... NONE!

You boys sure are funny though. Trying to elevate yourselves to legitimate health care. Ha ha Too funny.

I'd love to have you boys do rounds with me one morning.

Yes. mr. baines. This patient went into a rapid a-fib, what would you prescribe? And you'd reply what? A procaine injection? Sterile water? A homeopathic remedy? Ha ha

Thank you chiropractors for posting. Its my pleasure to expose you quacks for what you are.

Raving and jealous lunatics.

Now empty your chiropractic diapers.
L Baines

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Nov 18, 2009
 
Wisdom wrote:
Again, how exactly do you quacks think that chiropractors are qualified to prescribe anything when they never ever examine, diagnose or treat ruly sick patients during their "clinical training"?
Hmmmmmm?
What chiropractic college trains you quacks in prescribing medication again?
Oh I'll answer that for you ...... NONE!
You boys sure are funny though. Trying to elevate yourselves to legitimate health care. Ha ha Too funny.
I'd love to have you boys do rounds with me one morning.
Yes. mr. baines. This patient went into a rapid a-fib, what would you prescribe? And you'd reply what? A procaine injection? Sterile water? A homeopathic remedy? Ha ha
Thank you chiropractors for posting. Its my pleasure to expose you quacks for what you are.
Raving and jealous lunatics.
Now empty your chiropractic diapers.
HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH Hey Diggs, aahahahahah, wait, wait, I can't stop laughing at that fraud Wisdom. Wait just a sec. ahhahahahahahahhHAHAHHAHAHAHA. Can you just see that vein popping out of the side of Wisdom fraudulant head? hahahahahahaahahah. Man, isn't it great when Wisdom the liar gets in a rage? hahahahahaahahah. He just lied again!! And again!! And again! Is this Groundhog Day? hahahahaahahahahahahaahah
Wisdom just lied about what he does too! Rounds! Liar!! Wisdom has NO degrees. He is NOT a doctor of ANY description. He's just a liar.
Please throw another tantrum, Wisdom. It's funny. "I want MY cigarettes!! My cigarettes! Do you understand? Not YOUR cigarettes! MY cigarettes!!
Diggs, Wisdom disn't disappoint us. Just look at his tantrum. What did I tell you!! hahhaahahahahahahahahahahahaah ahahahahah
Wisdom

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Nov 18, 2009
 
Go ahead mr. baines, tell me what "prescription" medications you prescribe. We'll sees who's lying. I'll have you in jail pretty quickly if you claim to prescribe medications. You know it and I know it.

You have been exposed for the quack that you are.

Now mr. baines says he "prescribes" medications. Ha ha What a lying quack.

Ha Ha

Now empty your chiropractic diaper baines.
Again, how exactly do you quacks think that chiropractors are qualified to prescribe anything when they never ever examine, diagnose or treat ruly sick patients during their "clinical training"?

Hmmmmmm?

What chiropractic college trains you quacks in prescribing medication again?

Oh I'll answer that for you ...... NONE!

You boys sure are funny though. Trying to elevate yourselves to legitimate health care. Ha ha Too funny.

I'd love to have you boys do rounds with me one morning.

Yes. mr. baines. This patient went into a rapid a-fib, what would you prescribe? And you'd reply what? A procaine injection? Sterile water? A homeopathic remedy? Ha ha

Thank you chiropractors for posting. Its my pleasure to expose you quacks for what you are.

Raving and jealous lunatics.

Now empty your chiropractic diapers.
Diggs

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Nov 18, 2009
 
Baines you are right on

Can you imagine that is nut job wisdom is claiming he does rounds in a hospital? hmmmmm hahahaha THAT IS FUNNY

If it were true and you were exposed for your comments, I do not think that the Admin of the hospital would want you on their TEAM, yes healthcare is a team wisdom, boy are you a good liar.

Let us look at AFIB better known a atrialfibulation. Tell us wisdom, what would you prescribe in the situation? As you would be aware of, very little exists for this condition in terms of tx. Mostly pacemakers would be the choice of most cardiologists

I know of a cardiologist who has had very good success in private practice using acupuncture for management of AFIB as an adjunctive therapy. He also has a licensed acupuncturists on staff.

NM is going to give Chiro limited prescriptive rights as the board of pharma has signed off on it and board of med is in favor with some opposition.

In NM acupuncturist (doctors of oriental medicine) have limited and advacned presciptive rights already, they have to take an additoinal 6 months to 1 year of pharmacology for this and pass numerous tests. They also can diagnosis biomedical conditions with an additional 6 months of training. Most of this training is done a UNM med school.

Hey wisdom did you know that UNM integrative medicine med school also has a Chiropractor on staff teaching internal medicine?

Baines, I really like the NM and Gov Richardson, they seem to be inline with the future of what medicine is going to look like. Other states are catching on.

I am also seening more MD or DO also teach at DC colleges. Remember that DO were in the same position not to long ago, but due to their service in WW2 and military DOD support in VA hospitals they slowly became more accepted even with MD oppisition.

It is really sad that you have people with agenda against an entire profession, they use a couple of people to take down an entire profession

I know of a DC whose father was a Internal medicine doctor for 35 years, after DC school he worked under his father, for a good 5 years learning diff diagnosis and general diagnosis. I can tell you he is fully competent to serve as a limited PCP. A PCP main job is to diagnosis correctly and rule out serious disorders that need referral to specialists. I am all for DC doing this as I am Acupuncturists who complete the new Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree after doing their masters. I am also for Naturopathic physicians as PCP and they do have Full Presciptive rights and can do minor surgery.

The future of medicine is Integrative Medicine, a team consisting of a MD/DO/DC/Oriental Medicine Doctor (OMD)/and ND naturopathic physicians/PA/NP/Doctor of Nursing/RN/LPN/PT/DPT/CNA/PCT all on the same team would be a dream come true for any patient

The problem is with these trouble makers like wisdom, who is insignificant anyways

Hey wisdom come tell us exactly what you do in a hospital setting come on, you will not because you are a fraud and cannot

Hahahahah
hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Wisdom

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Nov 20, 2009
 
digs, an ignorant chiropractor said, "Let us look at AFIB better known a atrialfibulation. Tell us wisdom, what would you prescribe in the situation? As you would be aware of, very little exists for this condition in terms of tx. Mostly pacemakers would be the choice of most cardiologists

I know of a cardiologist who has had very good success in private practice using acupuncture for management of AFIB as an adjunctive therapy. He also has a licensed acupuncturists on staff."

First of all "mr. chiropractor diggs", I asked about rapid a-fib. One might think about starting cardizem or digoxin. Certainly you'd think about anticoagulating this patient. But this is all really bedsides the point of my expose on chiropractic.

But thank you chiropractor "diggs" , your response was just about the most ignorant thing I have ever read. "Acupuncture and a pacemaker for a-fib". How utterly stupid you chiropractors are.

You see, when chiropractors start trying to answer direct health care questions, they expose themselves as THE MOST ignorant of "practitioners".
I mean, to think a chiropractor would even try to answer a medical question about cardiology is so absurd. Chiropractors do NOT get any training in cardiology. They get NO clinical training in examining or treating any patients with heart disease or disorders. yet they claim to be qualified as "primary health care providers".

Chiropractors are a danger to society. Is more proof needed?

The chiropractic diaper needs to be emptied.
Diggs

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Nov 21, 2009
 
How stupid is this bed pan changer wisDUMMY

So what you are saying wisdom, is that a pacemaker is not considered proper tx for patient presenting with AFIB? Come on dude you sound more stupid with every post
Wisdom

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Nov 22, 2009
 
Ha Ha Rarely is a pacemaker considered for a-fib. You must be a chiropractor.

But just for laughs. Give me "your" rationale for implanting a pacemaker in a patient with a-fib. And what kind of pacemaker would you implant? DDD, VVI? Why? Would you attempt ablation first? When would you even consider ablation if the patient is asymptomatic? What if the a-fib is controlled? What if the ejection fraction remains above 60%? When would you consider an implantable defibrillator for a patient in a-fib? Would you consider a pacemaker if the ventricle is firing normally?

You know, even before you attempt to answer those questions. Do you even know what the greatest risk to a patient in a-fib is?

Hint: it's the reason that patients are anticoagulated.

"diggs", you are clearly not learned in medicine or cardiology. So lets stick with exposing chiropractic quackery? Shall we? The chiropractic diaper needs to be emptied.
Neutral

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Nov 23, 2009
 
In my opinion, since we are shortage of doctor and doctor of chiropractic want to prescribe medication should go to post graduate training like do their residency then they can have a full license to practice. thank you
Wisdom

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Nov 23, 2009
 
There is a large faction, indeed, the overwhelming majority of chiropractors that do NOT want to gain the rights of prescibing medciations.

And let's face it. Chiropractic training does not include any pharmacology or relevant physiology education to even begin to understand pharmaceuticals. It would take several years of full time didactic training, as is the training that medical doctors go through, BEFORE they even begin their clinical/residency training. then there are rigorous examinations that are needed to be passed.

Could a few chiropractors succeed,? surely.
But it will never happen.

Face it, most of the chiropractic field still thinks that adjusting only the top vertebrae can successfully treat most illnesses and conditions.

The chiropractic field still supports bizarre treatments such as activator, nucca, hio, gonstead, sot AK etc etc.......

These are not the types of "thinkers" you want prescribing medications.
L Baines

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Nov 23, 2009
 
Wisdom wrote:
There is a large faction, indeed, the overwhelming majority of chiropractors that do NOT want to gain the rights of prescibing medciations.
And let's face it. Chiropractic training does not include any pharmacology or relevant physiology education to even begin to understand pharmaceuticals. It would take several years of full time didactic training, as is the training that medical doctors go through, BEFORE they even begin their clinical/residency training. then there are rigorous examinations that are needed to be passed.
Could a few chiropractors succeed,? surely.
But it will never happen.
Face it, most of the chiropractic field still thinks that adjusting only the top vertebrae can successfully treat most illnesses and conditions.
The chiropractic field still supports bizarre treatments such as activator, nucca, hio, gonstead, sot AK etc etc.......
These are not the types of "thinkers" you want prescribing medications.
Wisdom, the children/humanity hater, posts again. Wisdom IS the Lying King.
Wisdom

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Nov 23, 2009
 
Good post baines. Very informative.

So when I say that, "Chiropractic training does not include any pharmacology or relevant physiology education to even begin to understand pharmaceuticals."

That's a lie? Really? Do you want to keep denying this?

Are you that oout-of-touch with reality?

And when I say, "most of the chiropractic field still thinks that adjusting only the top vertebrae can successfully treat most illnesses and conditions." and "The chiropractic field still supports bizarre treatments such as activator, nucca, hio, gonstead, sot AK etc etc......."

You say that's a lie? Really? Are you that cluieless about your own field?

Ha Ha You know I post only truths.

I feel bad that you are in such denial. You were suckered into the cult chiropractic field.

Sorry, lots of you were taken in by the allure of a "doctor" title. Reality for you stinks. But remember, its never too late to leave the cult.

Many have. Its up to you .
BRR

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Nov 23, 2009
 
I hope none of you who are getting pumped about prescribing drugs are actually chiropractors - even though we all know there's tons of goofy chiropractors out there who would love the right to prescribe. Guys, we're not supposed to prescribe... that's the whole point. An MD can do EVERYTHING we can do, an I mean everything. The only difference between us and them is philosophy. If we start prescribing we're headed down a very slippery slope that will end in the AMA absorbing us, which is what they have wanted to do the whole time - just like what happened with osteopathy.
L Baines

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Nov 24, 2009
 
Wisdom wrote:
Good post baines. Very informative.
So when I say that, "Chiropractic training does not include any pharmacology or relevant physiology education to even begin to understand pharmaceuticals."
That's a lie? Really? Do you want to keep denying this?
Are you that oout-of-touch with reality?
And when I say, "most of the chiropractic field still thinks that adjusting only the top vertebrae can successfully treat most illnesses and conditions." and "The chiropractic field still supports bizarre treatments such as activator, nucca, hio, gonstead, sot AK etc etc......."
You say that's a lie? Really? Are you that cluieless about your own field?
Ha Ha You know I post only truths.
I feel bad that you are in such denial. You were suckered into the cult chiropractic field.
Sorry, lots of you were taken in by the allure of a "doctor" title. Reality for you stinks. But remember, its never too late to leave the cult.
Many have. Its up to you .
Yeah, very informative. Now let's look at 99% of your posts--ok, here they are:
"Empty your chiropractic diaper"
"Chiropractor are quacks"
"Empty your chiropractic diaper"
"Chiropractor are quacks"
"Empty your chiropractic diaper"
"Chiropractor are quacks"
"Empty your chiropractic diaper"
"C"Empty your chiropractic diaper"
"Chiropractor are quacks"
"chiropractor are quacks"
Yeah, Wisdom the loser and liar is very informative. He only knows how to copy and paste propaganda. He is NOT a chiropractic expert. Wisdom IS an expert on lying. Wisdom IS a fraud. Wisdom would rather see impoverished children suffer rather than have Christian chiropractors treat them.
Yeah, Wisdom's posts are very informative. Let's see, how else I can use phrasing to bash chiropractic. I know! Empty your chiropractic diaper. Empty your chiropractic diaper. Empty your chiropractic diaper. Now for something more informative and original: Empty your chiropractic diaper. Empty your chiropractic diaper. Now, here's a new one: Empty your chiropractic diaper. Now for the grand finale: Empty your chiropractic diaper.
See folks, Wisdom IS the LYING KING. Wisdom is a fraud.

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