Chiropractor earns spot at NeuroMed C...

Chiropractor earns spot at NeuroMed Clinic

There are 14 comments on the Naperville Sun story from Oct 4, 2011, titled Chiropractor earns spot at NeuroMed Clinic. In it, Naperville Sun reports that:

Dr. Joel Chinnici, chiropractor, recently was appointed director of chiropractic medicine at the NeuroMed Clinic in Warrenville.

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Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#1 Oct 5, 2011
"Dr. Joel Chinnici, chiropractor, recently was appointed director of chiropractic medicine at the NeuroMed Clinic in Warrenville."

There is NO such degree as "chiropractic medicine". Period.

I guess it makes him seem more important.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#2 Oct 17, 2011
Medicine = practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease.
I am quite sure Chiropractic involves the above listed.

Wisdom utilizes the Fallacy, Straw Man here.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#3 Oct 17, 2011
I repeat, there is no degree called "chiropractic medicine".

Look, I know that you chiropractors are always trying to elevate your status, but linking the term "medicine" to chiropractic is just more chiropractic bull crap.

Very sad.
alicia

Naperville, IL

#4 Oct 17, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
I repeat, there is no degree called "chiropractic medicine".
Look, I know that you chiropractors are always trying to elevate your status, but linking the term "medicine" to chiropractic is just more chiropractic bull crap.
Very sad.


OMFG, you're that goofy Virginia Wisdom, aren't ya??!

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#5 Oct 18, 2011
Alicia, this Wisdom character is absurd to begin with. No where in that link does Dr. Joel referenced to having a degree in "Chiropractic Medicine" It is a title to which he was appointed to the clinic. If Wisdom knew whet the definition of Medicine was he would see that it fits.

Wisdom have you ever heard of the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine? Stop with your meaningless rants.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#6 Oct 18, 2011
You're kidding right? I am THE chiropractic expert here.

That journal you referred to contains anecdotal "case studies" which involve one "patient".

Too stupid. But only in the chiropractic enterprise. By the way, that "journal" has very few subscribers.

The most widely read chiropractic journal is "the chiropractic journal". read by more than 50 thousand chiropractors. The "chiropractic journal" promotes the bizarre idea that chiropractic subluxations cause illness and disease, like adhd, diverticultitis, gall bladder dysfunction etc etc. Quack!

Next, there is NO degree called "chiropractic medicine". Period. No matter how much you protest. Stop your bull crap, mr. chiropractor.
Shemberg

Geneva, NY

#7 Oct 18, 2011
hahah Wisdom what are you ranting about. Making more assumptions and stating opinions. No one said Chiropractic Medicine is a Degree. It is the title they gave him at the clinic.

You sure like to confabulate fallacious information . Yeah right you show no expertise nor professionalism.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#8 Oct 18, 2011
Wisdom has no clue what he's talking about. He knows nothing, zippo, about chiropractic research. Wisdom has no professional degrees. I would mop the floor with him in a physiology or chiropractic debate.
It's obvious wisdom is frustrated with his life and needs to lash out. A lack of education will do that.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#9 Oct 19, 2011
You're kidding right? I am THE chiropractic expert here.

That journal you referred to contains anecdotal "case studies" which involve one "patient".

Too stupid. But only in the chiropractic enterprise. By the way, that "journal" has very few subscribers.

The most widely read chiropractic journal is "the chiropractic journal". read by more than 50 thousand chiropractors. The "chiropractic journal" promotes the bizarre idea that chiropractic subluxations cause illness and disease, like adhd, diverticultitis, gall bladder dysfunction etc etc. Quack!

Next, there is NO degree called "chiropractic medicine". Period. No matter how much you protest. Stop your bull crap, mr. chiropractor.
Washington Chiro

AOL

#10 Oct 19, 2011
Wisdom just lied again.
Dynamic Chiropractic is the most widely read chiropractic publication. Wisdom did not know that since he knows little to nothing about chiropracctic.
I would mop the floor with wisdom in a neurology or chiropractic debate. But we'll never know since wisdom is too much of a coward, yes, coward to debate me. Runnnnnnnnnnnnn
Shemberg

Geneva, NY

#11 Oct 19, 2011
No one said Chiropractic Medicine is a Degree!!!
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#12 Oct 20, 2011
ha ha I lied? And you post under different names? ha ha Good one.

Not only is chiropractic medicine NOT a degree it is a total oxymoron. There is NO such entity as "chiropractic medicine". It is a term used by some chiropractors in an effort to elevate their status.

By the way, your chiropractic guru terry rondberg says that his chiropractic journal is the most widely read. If you say it is dynamic chiroppractic, I won't quibble with you.

I do recall, however, that you previously denied that dynamic chiropractic was the most widely read chiropractic publication.

That's because I pointed to the fact that dynamic chiropractic and the chiropractic journal are filled with get rich quick practice building scams and bogus and unfounded treatment advertisements. And you denied that. You were full of crap then as you are now.

You want to deny this? You want to continue lying?
Shemberg

Geneva, NY

#13 Oct 20, 2011
If you knew the definition of medicine you would see it fits chiropractic model as well

Medicine does not equivocate to Medication
Washington Chiro

AOL

#14 Oct 20, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
ha ha I lied? And you post under different names? ha ha Good one.
Not only is chiropractic medicine NOT a degree it is a total oxymoron. There is NO such entity as "chiropractic medicine". It is a term used by some chiropractors in an effort to elevate their status.
By the way, your chiropractic guru terry rondberg says that his chiropractic journal is the most widely read. If you say it is dynamic chiroppractic, I won't quibble with you.
I do recall, however, that you previously denied that dynamic chiropractic was the most widely read chiropractic publication.
That's because I pointed to the fact that dynamic chiropractic and the chiropractic journal are filled with get rich quick practice building scams and bogus and unfounded treatment advertisements. And you denied that. You were full of crap then as you are now.
You want to deny this? You want to continue lying?
See that? Wisdom was caught in his own lie and had to swiftly backtrack.
Wisdom does nothing but lie. He gets all of his propaganda from the cult website chirotalk. See, chirotalk was started by a failed chiropractor and has been looking for company ever since. Wisdom was ripe for being a huge fan since he's a loser in his own right--you might say wisdom is a self made loser.
I'm a licensed chiropractor. I practice. I know chiropracitc. And I can tell you, wisdom knows nothing about chiropractic. He simply posts what he can copy and paste fromt he cult site, chirotalk. Period.

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