Thomaston Chiropractic Clinic

Thomaston Chiropractic Clinic

There are 9 comments on the Thomaston Times story from Oct 5, 2011, titled Thomaston Chiropractic Clinic. In it, Thomaston Times reports that:

Dr Mark Cotney is a 1983 graduate of the PALMER COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC . He has been in private practice in Thomaston for over 27 years.

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Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#1 Oct 5, 2011
"His office utilizes a host of modern therapeutic modalites such as ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation, hydromassage, and inter-segmental traction along with the chiropractic manipulation techniques: Gonstead, Diversified, Thompson drop, and Activator Method."

he he Activator? Thompson? Gonstead?

How about a little evidence that these bizarre treatments are good for anything?.

Scary indeed.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#2 Oct 17, 2011
What is exactly so scary Wisdom? There is research on all the above, none of which showed any ramifications which indicate any harm?

True there isn't extensive research but abundant cases have shown all to be effective.

Would you convict someone of a crime who has no evidence saying they did so? That is what you are implying, making assumptions.

Chiropractic Research is not funded like "Pharma" so it is not as easily to do. If chiropractic treatments were so ineffective we would have been gone long ago.

Please stop spamming these boards.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#3 Oct 17, 2011
It was a simple question mr. chiropractor, "how about a little evidence first"?

Every chiropractic school claims that they have a research department, yet there is NO evidence that any of the above chiropractic techniques/treatments are good for anything.

the "ne chiro" asks, "Would you convict someone of a crime who has no evidence saying they did so?"

Ummm NO I wouldn't. You make my point. You see, one first needs evidence to offer as proof. I'm sorry this is difficult for you.

I don't post to educate you chiropractors, I post to expose your thinking and your scam.

My pleasure.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#4 Oct 18, 2011
You need evidence for both sides of the story. Just because there isnt RCT saying it works doesn't mean it does not work. In which case there is tons and tons of cases and smaller studies that indicate these methods work.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#5 Oct 18, 2011
NE,
Wisdom is not educated. He can't carry on an intelligent debate about neurology or chiropractic. He knows little to nothing about both.
Wisdom's MO is name calling. Period. He liberally uses name calling like a 'true professional'. Just read his past posts. See for yourself how often he uses dumb ass, idiots, morons, and quacks. See, it's simple. When you forgot to go to school, you have nothing left other than to call people names. For most, that sort of nonsense ended in third grade. But if you haven't progressed past third grade, you're stuck.
I just exposed wisdom as a fraud and a scammer.
My pleasure.
Shemberg

Geneva, NY

#6 Oct 18, 2011
Oh it is clearly evident Wisdom is anything but intelligent. He brings up the same ole rhyme in every post. Nothing new there. He continuously name calls.

It would be entertaining to hear why he became so bitter over alternative medicine.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#7 Oct 18, 2011
Like I said, you quacks have NO evidence to support any of the most popular chiropractic technqiues such as activator, nucca, gonstead, ak, sot or network, NONE,

By the way, anecdotal evidence, especially when you can't even show that what you do is better than placebo, IS GOOD FOR NOTHING.

No matter how much you quacks protest.
Shemberg

Geneva, NY

#8 Oct 18, 2011
Again Wisdom portraying false information. There are peer review chiropractic and osteopathic and manipulative journals out there.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#9 Oct 18, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Like I said, you quacks have NO evidence to support any of the most popular chiropractic technqiues such as activator, nucca, gonstead, ak, sot or network, NONE,
By the way, anecdotal evidence, especially when you can't even show that what you do is better than placebo, IS GOOD FOR NOTHING.
No matter how much you quacks protest.
More name calling from wisdom.
Let me explain. When you forgot to go to school and have nothing to add, you, well, resort to name calling--throwing tantrums, like a baby. At best, and this is being generous, wisdom might have finished up to the fifth grade--and that's just a maybe.
Wisdom has no clue what he's talking about. He has no professional degrees and it shows.

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