Sherman chiropractic college changes ...

Sherman chiropractic college changes name

There are 84 comments on the Spartanburg Herald-Journal story from Nov 11, 2009, titled Sherman chiropractic college changes name. In it, Spartanburg Herald-Journal reports that:

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

Brooklyn, NY

#22 Nov 24, 2009
Not only are they quacks.

But here you are defending a chiropractic school that continues to teach that chiropractors can cure/treat disease by tweaking only the top vertebrae.

Oh the truth hurts.

Hence, baines, you are a quack too. But we already knew that.

Now empty it.
L Baines

AOL

#23 Nov 24, 2009
Wisdom wrote:
Not only are they quacks.
But here you are defending a chiropractic school that continues to teach that chiropractors can cure/treat disease by tweaking only the top vertebrae.
Oh the truth hurts.
Hence, baines, you are a quack too. But we already knew that.
Now empty it.
HAHAHHAHHHAHAHAAH Wisdom just lied again? Shocked? I'm not. But Wisdom is funny as hell! I like persistent liars. They make my day. Thanks. Oh, Wisdom is a fraud.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#24 Nov 24, 2009
Tell me with a straight face that sherman does not teach that miniscule misalignments of atlas don't cause disease? Ha Ha

You need links mr. quacker? Ever hear of upper cervical chiropractors? hio? nucca? peirce? Hmmmm? Or are you think ignorant of your own field?

Come on mr. chiropractor, time to own up to the fraud which is so rampant in your field.

You can do it. I'm sure your mom told you to be honest.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#25 Nov 24, 2009
mr. chiroquacker said, " I like persistent liars. "

I know you do baines. You're a chiropractor.

Incapable of owning up to the fraud in your field.

That's why I'm here.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#26 Nov 24, 2009
From a sherman chiropractic college graduate,....
http://sherman.blogs.com/spizz/2009/02/upper-...

I'll summarize. He claims that by tweaking only the top vertebrae he has cured things like Type1 diabetes and herpes.

I mean really, you'd think a guy like baines would be trying to clean up the chiropractic mess. but NO, he'd rather call me a liar.
Too bad.
L Baines

AOL

#27 Nov 24, 2009
Wisdom wrote:
From a sherman chiropractic college graduate,....
http://sherman.blogs.com/spizz/2009/02/upper-...
I'll summarize. He claims that by tweaking only the top vertebrae he has cured things like Type1 diabetes and herpes.
I mean really, you'd think a guy like baines would be trying to clean up the chiropractic mess. but NO, he'd rather call me a liar.
Too bad.
Wisdom continues to lie and there doesn't seem to be any end to it.
You see folks, Wisdom is posting information from chiropractic colleges that existed in the 1930's and 40's. The dental schools then weren't the same as they are now. Neither were the chiropractic or medical schools. If you look at the curriculum of all the chiropractic colleges here or abroad, you will see the quality of the education is quite high. Wisdom, even with his limited brain power (he's not the sharpest tack on the board), can look up this information. Wisdom is a stupid person. He can't write a coherent sentence. Then again, he doesn't have to since he lies so much. Liars aren't suppose to be smart. They can be, but Wisdom isn't. Oh, and let's not forget how much Wisdom hates children, especially poor children from impoverished countries. You see, Wisdom would rather see disadvantaged children suffer in extreme pain rather than allow Christian chiropractors to treat them. Don't forget that. Wisdom hates children.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#28 Nov 24, 2009
baines, said, "Wisdom is posting information from chiropractic colleges that existed in the 1930's and 40's. "

Ha ha Are you really trying to deny the link I posted?

Ha ha

This was a 2009 post from sherman chiroquackery school. Claims of curing diabetes and herpes by tweaking atlas. Quackery personified.

Wow, i know chiropractors just make things up but really, are you that stupid?
L Baines

AOL

#29 Nov 24, 2009
Wisdom wrote:
baines, said, "Wisdom is posting information from chiropractic colleges that existed in the 1930's and 40's. "
Ha ha Are you really trying to deny the link I posted?
Ha ha
This was a 2009 post from sherman chiroquackery school. Claims of curing diabetes and herpes by tweaking atlas. Quackery personified.
Wow, i know chiropractors just make things up but really, are you that stupid?
Uh, YUP! Another bald faced lie by Wisdom. His copy and paste skills are getting worse. That's all he knows. That's all he can reference. He knows NOTHING about the real world of chiropractic. But keep copy and pasting, Wisdom. And keep lying. That's what you're good at.
Proud Chiropractor

AOL

#30 Nov 24, 2009
I really feel bad for patients when I read posts like the ones I've been reading. Gentleman, you sound like children.
First, to state, that a man or woman who has endured the rigors of training in a medical school or Chiropractic school; has received by the laws of their own state the right to be called a doctor, is not a doctor is ignorant.
Second, as important to society as an MD is, so are DC's.
We provide another avenue of treatment for patients suffering from a wide range of ailments such as Disc and Osseous degeneration to Muscular pain. We are also trained to detect heart murmurs, skin rashes and a vast number of abnormalities that might not be detected by another Doctor, because the majority of our patient population only comes to see us. It is our responsibility to care for our patients well being. If that means referring out to a specialist, we as a profession do it every day.
I'm not here to debate if I'm worthy of being a Doctor, I've put that in the hands of the law. I also don't care what judgments or opinions are placed on me, because the only ones that truly matter to me are those of my family, friends and my patients.
What cannot be debated is a fact. A fact is that Chiropractic care is used by a great deal of patients who CHOOSE not to seek the care of a medical doctor for their own reasons.
Would I go to a cardiologist if I had the signs and symptoms of CHF, yes.
Would I seek the treatment needed to suture a wound at the ER...Yes.
Would I like to have an alternative treatment for the pain radiating into my UE besides pharmaceutical’s or surgery..Yes.
I adjust my wife and children, my mother and father. Why? Because my education and training is of the highest quality. By the way, I enjoyed the knowledge received by the MD who taught our pharmacology class, do I think I can compete with an MD in the topic...no, but I don't think they would be able to compete with Chiropractors in nutrition, anatomy, manipulation or patient skills.
Chiropractors are not leaving, so get used to it. Try us out. Come in to our offices and see for yourself that we are not monsters who bite. We are caring and qualified Doctors of Chiropractic...and damn proud of it too!
PS
If your comments are childish I will not lower myself by answering them.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#31 Nov 25, 2009
"chiro" what is your opinion of hio, nucca, sot, activator, dnft, thompson and pierce.

As you know, these are techniques used by thousands upon thousands of chiropractors. And there is virtually no research to support any of them.

Indeed, activator is used by more than half of all chiropractors nationwide.

Couple other things. While chiropractic school does a fairly good job at teaching anatomy, the training in the physiology of that anatomy is surely inadequate. While you may have had one class in pharmacology, don't think for one minute that you are qualified to give an educated opinion about the necessity or actions of any medication.

You mentioned nutrition. I know chiropractor take basic courses in nutrition. They are not, however, even close to being as qualified as registered dietitians or internist/general practitioners in "knowing" nutrition. Chiropractors are not qualified to adjust insulin in TPN for example. Chiropractors get virtually no clinical experience in treating or examining patients with nutritional deficiencies.

Remember, I know the clinical experience chiropractors get.

Lastly, mr. chiropractor, I have posted links to "sherman chiropractic school" in which the claim of healing diabetes and herpes by tweaking atlas is made.

Time for you all to denounce that stupidity.
BRR

Union City, CA

#32 Nov 25, 2009
Here is a blood pressure study.

http://www.webmd.com/hypertension-high-blood-...

Wisdom, it's a shame you have so much hate for chiropractic. This is a profession that could have afforded you a very rewarding career. Maybe you went to one of the medipractor colleges that failed to give you a solid foundation in philosophy so you finished up without the slightest clue as to why you were doing what you had been trained to do. Or maybe you have always had the mind of an allopathic praticioner and made the mistake of going to a chiropractic college in the first place. Or maybe you didn't even attend one and just plain hate chiropractic. Either way, that sucks for you.
Patients are so happy with the services that many chiropractors offer they leave the office in tears because they thought no one else could help them ...and we did. If you want inspiration to wake up in the morning and do you job then that's it.
Do I think there are many problems within the profession itself? YES. Do we still have tons of obstacle to overcome? YES. But chiropractors have been swimming upstream since 1895 so we're plenty used to resisting opposition. I feel fortunate to call myself a chiropractor in a day where the public is becoming more interested in improving their health and enhancing their life, and not merely an absence of symptoms.
And if you think anyone is going to bend to your schoolyard bully-ish whims and renounce what they love you've got another thing coming. I'm one of many powerful voices within my profession.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#33 Nov 26, 2009
Ha ha

Posting that stupid bp study again.

I'll make this short for you. First, nucca chiropractors treat everyone that comes into their offices by ONLY tweaking the top vertebrae, FOR EVERY AND ANY CONDITION. Period.

To claim that you had/have any legitimate evidence that nucca works befoe using it on unsuspecting people is outright BS.

Second, that bp "study" that you straight quacks love to post is total crap. Even the MD that was involved said, "no conclusions can be drawn". Yet you quacks use this study to justify using nucca on everyone. How stupid is that?

And lastly, that bp study was performed by the past president of ,...guess what? Yes, the nucca society. This 85 year old former head of the nucca society performed ALL the "real" and "placebo" adjustments,(as if there's a difference). ha ha

Don't forget "BRRR" I've been to many of your quack factories. I knwp the BS better than you do.

Now start to clean up your chiropractic diapers.

And stop the baloney about you chiropractors having research. Activator nucca sot dnft peirce hio....all crap.

Stop ripping off innocent and desperate people.
L Baines

AOL

#34 Nov 26, 2009
Wisdom wrote:
Ha ha
Posting that stupid bp study again.
I'll make this short for you. First, nucca chiropractors treat everyone that comes into their offices by ONLY tweaking the top vertebrae, FOR EVERY AND ANY CONDITION. Period.
To claim that you had/have any legitimate evidence that nucca works befoe using it on unsuspecting people is outright BS.
Second, that bp "study" that you straight quacks love to post is total crap. Even the MD that was involved said, "no conclusions can be drawn". Yet you quacks use this study to justify using nucca on everyone. How stupid is that?
And lastly, that bp study was performed by the past president of ,...guess what? Yes, the nucca society. This 85 year old former head of the nucca society performed ALL the "real" and "placebo" adjustments,(as if there's a difference). ha ha
Don't forget "BRRR" I've been to many of your quack factories. I knwp the BS better than you do.
Now start to clean up your chiropractic diapers.
And stop the baloney about you chiropractors having research. Activator nucca sot dnft peirce hio....all crap.
Stop ripping off innocent and desperate people.
Hey Wisdom, learn to make a decent living. Then you wouldn't be so angry. You are wrong about everything you just posted. You have NO idea what you're talking about. And don't forget, learn to make a living and quit being so jealous and angry of successful chiropractors.
Giglenutz

Lakeland, FL

#35 Nov 26, 2009
Wisdom says the study was done by the president of nucca? Hmmmm

Well wisdom two can play you game, what about the drug studies being conducted by MD and scientists who are known to be paid consultants? Hmmmmm

Nice try but pretty poor wisdom.

Now why don't we discuss the vioxx scandal, shall we?

Also wisdom, you are just posting the same old comments all the time, why don't your bring anything legitimate to the table, like a study to support what you sell? Hmmmmm

Yes wisdom you are infact at a loss for words as you know you cannot provide anything scientific to support your attacks. Just like you siad, it's freedom of speech.

At least you admited that your posts are freedom of speech as you know you have nothing NADA not one study to support what you are selling. Now that my friends is FUNNY
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#36 Nov 27, 2009
Only a chiropractor would ask for proof that their outrageous claims are bogus.

Sort of like saying that saturn has cheese in the middle. Prove me wrong.

You quacks really do lack critical thinking skills.

And just a bit more on that 85 , yes 85 year old nucca president who claims he tweaked atlas less than a millimeter through 1 - 2 inches of fascia and muscle. Ha ha How stupid is that?

Ever see the hand writing of an 85 year old?. Little shaky at best. Now imagine this quack saying he realigns atlas by fractions of millimeters.

Only in the bizarre world of chiropractic.

Now empty your chiropractic diapers.

You quacks are just too stupid to call a spade a spade. Fraud a fraud.

You are chiropractors after all.
L Baines

AOL

#38 Nov 27, 2009
Wisdom apparantly still cannot make a living. And he's still, I repeat, still angry and jealous of successful chiropractors (gives me a nice, smug feeling). Keep those self-serving (for what, I don't know), condescending posts coming. And keep lying, Wisdom. That's what you're good at.
Wisdom clealy is not a chiropractic expert. Alas, he has only one expertise--lying. Wisdom IS a FRAUD. Wisdom IS a LIAR. Wisdom IS the LYING KING! Ha Ha! Now Wisdom, take a bulldozer and empty YOUR lying diaper. hahahahahahahahahaahah
tom

Minneapolis, MN

#39 Nov 27, 2009
L Baines posts: >>"Wisdom continues to lie and there doesn't seem to be any end to it."<<

Baines......

Wizzy is so pathological he cannot/is unable to distinguish between .....lies, truth, embellishment, or outright fabrication! He is truly the epitome of a "legend in his own mind"!!

http://www.bukisa.com/articles/147700_cyber-s...
L Baines

AOL

#40 Nov 27, 2009
Right you are. Wisdom is mentally ill and is a pathological liar. He combs the internet for obscure, fringe items about chiropractic in an effort to discredit chiropractors. You see, it's very simple: Wisdom is a loser and he wants everyone else to lose with him. Ain't gonna happen! hahaahahah I'm rich, he's not. He's angry and jealous. Back to work at my busy cash practice--later.
Giglenutz

Lakeland, FL

#41 Nov 27, 2009
Wisdom is a little punk really a true dirtbag. A wannabe doctor yes.

Wisdom I think you have a atlas subluxation as you are truly deranged.

Now what did yesman tell you to do? You know, what you want to do, go ahead and say it come on yesman and myself command you ok I will let you say it now "YESMAN". Good boy and sit and role over

Remember wisdom, I own you, why don't you crawl back to that nutty head doctor and botty boy and ask for another bone. HaHaHaHaHaHaHa

Drugs kill and Chiropractic sustains life. It is really that simple
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#42 Nov 27, 2009
After exposing the nucca scam, these self proclaimed "licensed" chiropractors responded with .... "Wisdom apparantly still cannot make a living" and " Wisdom is a little punk really a true dirtbag" and to prove that quackery is alive in the chiropractic world, "Drugs kill and Chiropractic sustains life."

Ha ha I appreciate your posts. The more people that can read your posts, the better. The chiropractic diaper is starting to be emptied.

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