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chris

Vine Grove, KY

#1 Jan 17, 2010
What do people think of David Tank, the chiropractor?
hum

Elizabethtown, KY

#2 Jan 18, 2010
he is def. a strange indiviual....I will no longer let my daughter go there anymore
chris

Vine Grove, KY

#3 Jan 18, 2010
what happened?
IDN

Winchester, KY

#4 Jan 24, 2010
I heard he doesn't believe in God. What that has to do with Chiropracting, I don't know but that is what I heard! Scary for the people who work up there.

“What is truth?”

Since: Apr 09

Bardstown, KY

#5 Jan 25, 2010
IDN wrote:
I heard he doesn't believe in God. What that has to do with Chiropracting, I don't know but that is what I heard! Scary for the people who work up there.
What does believing in god have to do with being a chiropractor/healer? If this is the guy Im thinking of (and Im pretty sure it is) he is amazing!!! Every person that Ive ever known to go see him has had remarkable results. I know people that come from states away just to see him, he is practically a legend to many people. If this is the same 'Dr. Tank' he only charges 80$ the first visit and around 35$ every visit after that, there is no insurance required. If you havent been to see him, I strongly suggest going he is a very nice and amazing person, I could go on for hours about how beneficial his work is.

My wife was practically cured of asthma after seeing him only 1 time, talk about a miracle worker!

Since: Oct 09

Morehead, KY

#6 Jan 25, 2010
IDN wrote:
I heard he doesn't believe in God. What that has to do with Chiropracting, I don't know but that is what I heard! Scary for the people who work up there.
Good for him if he doesn't. If someone is going to be treating me I'd much rather they put their faith in scientific fact than a magic sky wizard.
wendy

Mount Washington, KY

#7 Nov 9, 2013
He is a witch doctor and I wouldn't send my worst enemy to him. My grandpa had a stroke paralyzing his left side. Dr. Tank told him if he carried acorns in his pocket he will be able to walk again. He also told him all he had to do was drink Gatorade and he will be walking before the months out. He is a scammer who takes advantage of the elderly by giving them false hopes.
Honest

Harrodsburg, KY

#8 Nov 12, 2013
I have gone to him for years. He does tell you some strange things but it is about diet and nutrition. I don't think he would tell anyone to put acorns in their pockets. I think that is just being made up. My whole thing is, go to him if you believe and stay away if you don't.
He has never given me false hope but everyone if different.
Truth from actual patient

Harrodsburg, KY

#9 Nov 26, 2013
There is no possible way he would've told someone to carry acorns in their pocket and drink Gatorade to be able to walk again. This is completely false! We have been going to him for years and he has helped us tremendously. It is all about diet, exercise and adjusting the spine to correct underlying issues. He actually saw a member of our family regarding severe migraines. After seeing her several times, trying to help, he realized there was nothing he could do for her and rather than string her along, he told her to see a neurologist. He is not there to scam anyone. The fact that his treatment is not at all traditional does not make him a witch doctor. He doesn't crack your spine in a million places and, like every doctor I know, pump you full of prescription meds. He is much better than any doctor I have ever been to. I strongly suggest giving him a chance. Do not listen to the crazy accusations above!
Welchs

Harrodsburg, KY

#10 Nov 26, 2013
Heard for a fact that he told a father whos son was a paraplegic that if his son would drink grape juice, he would walk again.
Believer

Harrodsburg, KY

#11 Dec 5, 2013
I don't know what kind of a doctor he is but I know it is hard as heck to get in to see him. You have to call weeks a head to get on his schedule. The man sure has a following so he must be doing something people likes.
ether

Trinity, TX

#12 Feb 2, 2015
I have cluster headaches and chronic migraines. I pass out 2-4 times a day and due to that I am injuring myself causing other problems. My friend just told me about Dr. Tank, I don't mind unconventional treatment. Has anyone seen him for debilitating headaches and found success. Have seen 8 neurologists and my next step is one of the big clinics (Vanderbelt or Cleaveland) and at this time I simply can't afford that type of investment.
Would love some advise..........
#1Guy

United States

#13 Feb 2, 2015
ether wrote:
I have cluster headaches and chronic migraines. I pass out 2-4 times a day and due to that I am injuring myself causing other problems. My friend just told me about Dr. Tank, I don't mind unconventional treatment. Has anyone seen him for debilitating headaches and found success. Have seen 8 neurologists and my next step is one of the big clinics (Vanderbelt or Cleaveland) and at this time I simply can't afford that type of investment.
Would love some advise..........
He doesn't practice traditional chiropractic medicine. He just supposedly treats allergies. Chiropractic medicine is not evidence based medicine. It should only be used to complement conventional medicine. Look up "quackery" in chiropractic interventions.
ether

Trinity, TX

#14 Feb 2, 2015
[QUOTE who="#1Guy"]<quot ed text>
He doesn't practice traditional chiropractic medicine. He just supposedly treats allergies. Chiropractic medicine is not evidence based medicine. It should only be used to complement conventional medicine. Look up "quackery" in chiropractic interventions.[/QUOTE]

Thanks
actual patient

Frankfort, KY

#15 Feb 10, 2015
Truth from actual patient wrote:
There is no possible way he would've told someone to carry acorns in their pocket and drink Gatorade to be able to walk again. This is completely false! We have been going to him for years and he has helped us tremendously. It is all about diet, exercise and adjusting the spine to correct underlying issues. He actually saw a member of our family regarding severe migraines. After seeing her several times, trying to help, he realized there was nothing he could do for her and rather than string her along, he told her to see a neurologist. He is not there to scam anyone. The fact that his treatment is not at all traditional does not make him a witch doctor. He doesn't crack your spine in a million places and, like every doctor I know, pump you full of prescription meds. He is much better than any doctor I have ever been to. I strongly suggest giving him a chance. Do not listen to the crazy accusations above!
Well Im an actual patient myself with a spinal chord injury. I went to him several times and he said " I'll get you on your feet." After about 20 times I didn't feel any better, and I'm still using a chair..
DrTankFan

Decatur, GA

#16 Jul 23, 2015
ether wrote:
I have cluster headaches and chronic migraines. I pass out 2-4 times a day and due to that I am injuring myself causing other problems. My friend just told me about Dr. Tank, I don't mind unconventional treatment. Has anyone seen him for debilitating headaches and found success. Have seen 8 neurologists and my next step is one of the big clinics (Vanderbelt or Cleaveland) and at this time I simply can't afford that type of investment.
Would love some advise..........
Yes! I don't know if youhave gone to see him yet. But my cousin had debilitating migraines that had made her lose many jobs and he helpes her tremendously. He does way more than allergiea. He heals the body as a whole.
DrTankFan

Decatur, GA

#17 Jul 23, 2015
actual patient wrote:
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Well Im an actual patient myself with a spinal chord injury. I went to him several times and he said " I'll get you on your feet." After about 20 times I didn't feel any better, and I'm still using a chair..
This seems doubtful. I've never seen an upset patient in his office. I also can't imagine he would pretend to be able to fix a spinal CORD injury.
Living Life

Louisville, KY

#18 Mar 10, 2016
I was and will always be an actual patient of Dr. Tank's. He saved me from two major surgeries. I am now 50 years old and get comments constantly about how much energy I have and how much I get done at my job. I work two different jobs and never stop! If I had not met Dr. Tank, I never would have been able to live my life the way I am able to today! I see a lot of negative comments that are so absurd and I know for sure that someone is trying to cast a bad light on Dr. Tank. I can assure you that he has seen many of my christian friends and now all of my family sees him too. They saw what he did for me and were amazed. Please do not believe rumors. Go and talk to him and see for yourself that he is not a quack. Yes, it is very hard to get an appointment to see him because he helps so many people. He does teach his patients about choices with diet and exercise, etc.... But he is far from a witch doctor. If you want to feel better and live a full life then you need to go see him. When he helped me, I was traveling from Louisville, KY. Now I am o.k. but I still take my mom and other family members from Louisville to Springfield. My mother used to think I was crazy until she saw me get well when I should have ended up in a wheel chair from a surgery that I elected not to have. I instead went to Dr. Tank after a good friend told me about him. I am so thankful to that friend. I worked in the medical field (in an emergency room and also outpatient surgery departments) and I saw people come for help and get surgeries only to keep going downhill with their health. I was determined to never go that route. When I had an accident which resulted in a major injury to my entire spine, I was scared to death that I would end up like all of those patients that I watched throughout my six years of working at the hospital. That is when I went to Dr. Tank. Within 8 weeks I not only had my life back but I felt better than I had in years. The only problem there is with seeing Dr. Tank is trying to get an appointment. But if you are facing an emergency situation, the awesome people who work for him will try to get you in. I hope that my review helps everyone with doubts to at least try this avenue of healing before you go down the long medical path that seems to just keep people alive and not really living life to the fullest!
ComposerChick

Glasgow, KY

#19 Jun 22, 2016
Tabernathy wrote:
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What does believing in god have to do with being a chiropractor/healer? If this is the guy Im thinking of (and Im pretty sure it is) he is amazing!!! Every person that Ive ever known to go see him has had remarkable results. I know people that come from states away just to see him, he is practically a legend to many people. If this is the same 'Dr. Tank' he only charges 80$ the first visit and around 35$ every visit after that, there is no insurance required. If you havent been to see him, I strongly suggest going he is a very nice and amazing person, I could go on for hours about how beneficial his work is.

My wife was practically cured of asthma after seeing him only 1 time, talk about a miracle worker!
He goes to church and we often speak of the bible, he is a god and god fearing man. Get your fact straight before spreading falsehoods.
Casual friend

Richmond, KY

#20 Aug 1, 2016
ComposerChick wrote:
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He goes to church and we often speak of the bible, he is a god and god fearing man. Get your fact straight before spreading falsehoods.
This is 100% false. I know him well and he doesn't speak of God at all. He has a foul mouth and hasn't stepped foot into a church since I have known him for the past 15 years. I have never heard him denounce God but he certainly doesn't speak of him either.
His lack of religious beliefs is not a falsehood, it is a fact.

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