Briefs: Speaker's topic is chiropract...

Briefs: Speaker's topic is chiropractic for animals

There are 4 comments on the The Tennessean story from Jul 16, 2010, titled Briefs: Speaker's topic is chiropractic for animals. In it, The Tennessean reports that:

The Farm at Natchez Trace, 9479 Highway 96 W. in Franklin, will host its next educational series at 2 p.m. Sunday with guest speaker Dr.

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Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#1 Jul 18, 2010
"r Dr. Kathleen Inman, who will discuss the benefits of animal chiropractic.
Inman will talk about signs to look for when determining whether your pet needs a chiropractor and how chiropractic treatment can solve seemingly unrelated health issues. "

Quackery, alive and well in the chiropractic enterprise.

Hey, NYCC, still think quackery in chiropractic is just the "fringe"?

I can expose these quacks all day long.

I mean really? Are these quacks so stupid that they think they are qualified to examine, diagnose and treat animals?

Maybe its just me but shouldn't these quacks first get some actual clinical experience and didactic training/learning in veterinary science first?
Aerial View

AOL

#2 Jul 19, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
"r Dr. Kathleen Inman, who will discuss the benefits of animal chiropractic.
Inman will talk about signs to look for when determining whether your pet needs a chiropractor and how chiropractic treatment can solve seemingly unrelated health issues. "
Quackery, alive and well in the chiropractic enterprise.
Hey, NYCC, still think quackery in chiropractic is just the "fringe"?
I can expose these quacks all day long.
I mean really? Are these quacks so stupid that they think they are qualified to examine, diagnose and treat animals?
Maybe its just me but shouldn't these quacks first get some actual clinical experience and didactic training/learning in veterinary science first?
Oh, now this schmuck, wisdom, knows all about veterinary chiropractic. Is there anything this super genius doesn't know about? Yes. He doesn't know how to tell the truth.
Wisdom just lied again and tried to deceive everyone with his above comments. The schmuck is way over his head when he talks about chiropractic, and now, animals. Clearly, wisdom, the fraud, knows nothing about chiropractic other than what he can copy and paste.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#3 Jul 19, 2010
"Veterinary chiropractic" and some accuse "me" of being deceptive?

Ha ha ha That's rich.
Aerial View

AOL

#4 Jul 19, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
"Veterinary chiropractic" and some accuse "me" of being deceptive?
Ha ha ha That's rich.
I guess when a schmuck like wisdom can't make a living he, well, takes it out on chiropractors who can. I understand. Wisdom,'the super diaper schmuck' is jealous of successful people--chiropractors in particular. We understand. There, there now. We understand. Bu-bye, schmuck. Bu bye.

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