Communty Wellness Fair Planned at the Berkeley Heights YMCA

May 9, 2012 Full story: TheAlternativePress.com 11

The Berkeley Heights YMCA along with its community partner the Berkeley Heights Public Library is hosting a Community Wellness Fair on Saturday, May 19 2012 from 11:00am-3:00pm at the Berkeley Heights YMCA, 550 Springfield Avenue.

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Chris

Plainfield, NJ

#1 May 13, 2012
I heard about this event. A lot of helpful wellness businesses and private individual will be there. I'm definitely attending.
Joe K

United States

#2 May 13, 2012
Been to one of these before. The YMCA always demonstrates professionalism so I know this will be a very educational experience. Looking forward to going!
Mike

West New York, NJ

#3 May 14, 2012
Count me in. Sounds like a great way to gain some information about health related issues and garnering support for community businesses at the same time.
Minh

Harrisburg, PA

#4 May 14, 2012
I think this is a great community event idea that The Berkeley Heights YMCA is hosting. I am looking forward to attending!
Susan

Linden, NJ

#5 May 14, 2012
I always enjoy these types of community events. I met Dr Don at the Mother's Day 5k event this past weekend and look forward to seeing him and the other community businesses that will be at the Wellness Fair. Thank you Berkeley Heights YMCA for organizing these events!
Jenny

Berkeley Heights, NJ

#6 May 14, 2012
Lots of great participants and sessions planned...sounds great.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#7 May 14, 2012
Just beware of the chiropractic "bait and switch" booth. the old "spinal screening" scam that is so popular with chiropractors trying to entice people into their offices. They all find those "chiropractic subluxations" that can only be "corrected" by chiropractic "adjustments".

See your board certified physiatrist for all your musculoskeletal problems first.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#8 May 14, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Just beware of the chiropractic "bait and switch" booth. the old "spinal screening" scam that is so popular with chiropractors trying to entice people into their offices. They all find those "chiropractic subluxations" that can only be "corrected" by chiropractic "adjustments".
See your board certified physiatrist for all your musculoskeletal problems first.
Right. And also beware of fraudulent posters like the con, wisdom, who poses as a chiropractor and MD yet never made it out of high school.
I just exposed wisdom as a fraud. My pleasure.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#9 May 15, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Just beware of the chiropractic "bait and switch" booth. the old "spinal screening" scam that is so popular with chiropractors trying to entice people into their offices. They all find those "chiropractic subluxations" that can only be "corrected" by chiropractic "adjustments".
See your board certified physiatrist for all your musculoskeletal problems first.
And while you're seeing your physiatrist, ask him which Caribbean medical school they graduated from.
Most physiatrists are Caribbean medical school flunkies who couldn't get into a real medical school. See, all Caribbean medical school graduates can't get any decent residencies so they're stuck with that ever so sought after 'physiatrist' residency. he he
Fact: It is easier to get into a Caribbean medical school than passing your GED. Another fact: Many Caribbean school medical grads had someone else take their boards for them. Whey would anyone go to a Caribbean medical school 'doctor' when they can see a real one.
If you see a Caribbean medical school diploma on the wall, run, er, sprint the hell out of there as if your life depended on it. Because it does.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#10 May 15, 2012
The above rant by the resident chiropractor is exactly why you need to stay away from the "chiropractic spinal screening booth".

And bashing medical doctors washington chiro? Hmmm, maybe you really are a chiropractor.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#11 May 15, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
The above rant by the resident chiropractor is exactly why you need to stay away from the "chiropractic spinal screening booth".
And bashing medical doctors washington chiro? Hmmm, maybe you really are a chiropractor.
The truth about Caribbean medical school 'doctors' needs to be exposed. Even though wisdom himself is no MD or for that fact, no DC. Just a trolling fraud.

And while you're seeing your physiatrist, ask him which Caribbean medical school they graduated from.
Most physiatrists are Caribbean medical school flunkies who couldn't get into a real medical school. See, all Caribbean medical school graduates can't get any decent residencies so they're stuck with that ever so sought after 'physiatrist' residency. he he
Fact: It is easier to get into a Caribbean medical school than passing your GED. Another fact: Many Caribbean school medical grads had someone else take their boards for them. Whey would anyone go to a Caribbean medical school 'doctor' when they can see a real one.
If you see a Caribbean medical school diploma on the wall, run, er, sprint the hell out of there as if your life depended on it. Because it does.

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