Chiropractic adjustments shown to reverse heart disease

Dec 15, 2013 Full story: NewsTarget.com 10

A recent case study reported in the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research suggests that chiropractic adjustments can help reverse and prevent heart disease.

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Wisdom

Port Washington, NY

#1 Dec 15, 2013
Oh my. Another one person "chiropractic study".

""Finding the cause of the cardiovascular disease and reducing those risks is a much better strategy," according to the study. One such risk is thought to be spinal misalignments and/or abnormal motion of the spine, termed "vertebral subluxations" by chiropractors,.....

And now these quacks imply that they can "adjust away" high cholesterol.

Dumb ass quacks, at it again.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Dec 16, 2013
AHHHHHH HA HA HA HA! The tool is enjoying yet ANOTHER day off from that thar 'critical care' doctor job! he he he he
Whoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaha ha ha ha ha!
AHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HA! I see the tool (wisdom) is busy at his 'critical care' doctor job again! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA. Man, does that fraud get the time off--8 hours a day from saving lives just to post lies online. Like all 'critical care' doctors. he he he
Make no mistake: the tool is no MD or head of 'critical care' anywhere.
Delusional indeed. What else is he lying about? Just asking. Too easy exposing this fraud. Way too easy.
Wisdom

Port Washington, NY

#3 Dec 16, 2013
ha ha Didn't take more than a few hours for another chiropractor to come and defend this quackery.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#5 Dec 16, 2013
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ah ha ha! Yup, and double yup. The tool (and liar)'wisdom', who is delusional, to say the least, is enjoying yet ANOTHER day off from his 'critical care' doctor job! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA AH HA. Man, the stress at that critical care facility must be amazing. They've already given him 10 months off to rest. I don't think test pilots get that much time off between flights. he he he he
The tool is not only a liar, he knows zero about chiropractic. He doesn't even know everyone is laughing AT him.
Wisdom

Port Washington, NY

#7 Dec 16, 2013
"sot" ... another in a long line of bizarre and unfounded chiropractic "treatments".

The "major" dejarnette was the ultimate quack. He had absolutely NO legitimate or valid research or evidence to support his claims.

I suppose you also claim that sot can cure heart disease?

When will you quacks stop your baloney?
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#9 Dec 17, 2013
I'd rather speak of frauds--the tool 'wisdom' is the biggest one of all. Here's why:
Fact: The tool said while he was practicing chiropractic he performed "generic manipulation" non-specific for any condition. Really? Then tell us, fraud, how did you pull off your insurance company swindle?
Folks, the tool said he did 'very well' as a chirorpactor and collected tons of insurance money during the 'mercedes 80's' when insurance money flowed freely.
In order to collect that money, insurance companies require DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT codes. I can just see it now--the fraud was able to collect insurance money by telling Blue Cross "See here--I'm an honest man. I have to admit chiropractic is quackery, so I'm not going to state a diagnosis for this patient since chiropractic isn't good for any condition, and I'll perform general, non-specific manipulations for no reason, but please, pay me anyway."
Oh, and Blue Cross happily coughed up thousands of dollars and everyone lived happily ever after.
Get real. Insurance will NOT pay a dime unless they have a working diagnosis code and specific treatment protocols for SPECIFIC conditions. So if the tool collected money from insurance companies, he was lying from both sides of his lying mouth--that's called FRAUD. And here the tool is banging the "I'm better than you, and "I'm above all of that" bible. Oh, but now he's in 'critical care' yet has 8 hours a day to post lies online.
To top it off--if the tool did in fact give the insurance companies a diagnostic code and in fact DID give the insurance companies a treatment code--knowing he was just making them up to be paid since he didn't believe what he did--then that makes him the ULTIMATE fraud. And he's preaching to you? Really? Really???? What other lies has he been feeding you? Just asking.
The tool wisdom is a massive fraud--caught in his own admissions of thievery. He cannot be trusted. He's a liar.
Placebo

Bradenton, FL

#10 Dec 17, 2013
"Reverses heart disease."

I see, so lowering cholesterol magically opens up occluded coronary vessels.

This is another example of why Chiropractors are not taken seriously by anyone with an IQ above 80.

Another pathetic example of a one person case report.

The only word is pathetic.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#11 Dec 17, 2013
Proof the tool 'wisdom' is a fraud and con.

I'd rather speak of frauds--the tool 'wisdom' is the biggest one of all. Here's why:
Fact: The tool said while he was practicing chiropractic he performed "generic manipulation" non-specific for any condition. Really? Then tell us, fraud, how did you pull off your insurance company swindle?
Folks, the tool said he did 'very well' as a chirorpactor and collected tons of insurance money during the 'mercedes 80's' when insurance money flowed freely.
In order to collect that money, insurance companies require DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT codes. I can just see it now--the fraud was able to collect insurance money by telling Blue Cross "See here--I'm an honest man. I have to admit chiropractic is quackery, so I'm not going to state a diagnosis for this patient since chiropractic isn't good for any condition, and I'll perform general, non-specific manipulations for no reason, but please, pay me anyway."
Oh, and Blue Cross happily coughed up thousands of dollars and everyone lived happily ever after.
Get real. Insurance will NOT pay a dime unless they have a working diagnosis code and specific treatment protocols for SPECIFIC conditions. So if the tool collected money from insurance companies, he was lying from both sides of his lying mouth--that's called FRAUD. And here the tool is banging the "I'm better than you, and "I'm above all of that" bible. Oh, but now he's in 'critical care' yet has 8 hours a day to post lies online.
To top it off--if the tool did in fact give the insurance companies a diagnostic code and in fact DID give the insurance companies a treatment code--knowing he was just making them up to be paid since he didn't believe what he did--then that makes him the ULTIMATE fraud. And he's preaching to you? Really? Really???? What other lies has he been feeding you? Just asking.
The tool wisdom is a massive fraud--caught in his own admissions of thievery. He cannot be trusted. He's a liar.
Wisdom

Port Washington, NY

#12 Dec 17, 2013
Let's hope the chiropractor didn't tell this patient to stop taking his cholesterol lowering and anticoagulant medications.

Let's face it.....chiropractors get virtually NO actual clinical training in cardiology.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#13 Dec 17, 2013
Lookie! Lookie! The tool "wisdom" is avoiding the quesiton and hoping I won't repost this again and again. Makes good reading. Proves the tool is fraud. Proves it! Oh, but watch out for more diversionary posts--hoping this will go away. See folks, the tool cannot come up with a logical answer--how he scammed insurance companies during the 'mercedes 80's' by providing non-specific manipulation for no named conditions. And he STILL conned the insurance companies into paying. Amazing. Don't worry. I'll keep posting this. Enjoy.

I'd rather speak of frauds--the tool 'wisdom' is the biggest one of all. Here's why:
Fact: The tool said while he was practicing chiropractic he performed "generic manipulation" non-specific for any condition. Really? Then tell us, fraud, how did you pull off your insurance company swindle?
Folks, the tool said he did 'very well' as a chirorpactor and collected tons of insurance money during the 'mercedes 80's' when insurance money flowed freely.
In order to collect that money, insurance companies require DIAGNOSIS and TREATMENT codes. I can just see it now--the fraud was able to collect insurance money by telling Blue Cross "See here--I'm an honest man. I have to admit chiropractic is quackery, so I'm not going to state a diagnosis for this patient since chiropractic isn't good for any condition, and I'll perform general, non-specific manipulations for no reason, but please, pay me anyway."
Oh, and Blue Cross happily coughed up thousands of dollars and everyone lived happily ever after.
Get real. Insurance will NOT pay a dime unless they have a working diagnosis code and specific treatment protocols for SPECIFIC conditions. So if the tool collected money from insurance companies, he was lying from both sides of his lying mouth--that's called FRAUD. And here the tool is banging the "I'm better than you, and "I'm above all of that" bible. Oh, but now he's in 'critical care' yet has 8 hours a day to post lies online.
To top it off--if the tool did in fact give the insurance companies a diagnostic code and in fact DID give the insurance companies a treatment code--knowing he was just making them up to be paid since he didn't believe what he did--then that makes him the ULTIMATE fraud. And he's preaching to you? Really? Really???? What other lies has he been feeding you? Just asking.
The tool wisdom is a massive fraud--caught in his own admissions of thievery. He cannot be trusted. He's a liar.

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