LipoLaser Procedure Not Necessarily a Quick Fix

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It`s hard to keep up with the latest fad diets and swear-by solutions for weight loss.

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Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#1 Jul 22, 2010
RE: "Lipolaser":

"Doctor of chiropractic medicine Jamie Fettig said, "The reason why this is so beneficial is because it doesn`t kill the fat cells, it causes the fat cells to open up, just like if you would exercise or diet properly, you get your fat cells to open up."

"doctor of chiropractic medicine"? Who the heck made up that fictitious degree?

And just when you think chiropractic can't get any stranger .... "open up fat cells"? What are they teaching these chiropractors?

Bizarre indeed.
Aerial View

AOL

#2 Jul 22, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
RE: "Lipolaser":
"Doctor of chiropractic medicine Jamie Fettig said, "The reason why this is so beneficial is because it doesn`t kill the fat cells, it causes the fat cells to open up, just like if you would exercise or diet properly, you get your fat cells to open up."
"doctor of chiropractic medicine"? Who the heck made up that fictitious degree?
And just when you think chiropractic can't get any stranger .... "open up fat cells"? What are they teaching these chiropractors?
Bizarre indeed.
Wow! Is there ANYTHING the super schmuck, wisdom, doesn't know! Wow! Now he's an expert on lasers!!
I've concluded the super liar, wisdom, must be 187 years old, easy. Thus far he's claimed to have (not making this up folks), and MD degree, DC degree, DO degree, law degree, Phd in neurophys, three masters degrees, and four undergraduate degrees. He's also denied (at the same time) having a DC degree, MD degree, Phd degree, DO degree and any sort of undergraduate degrees.
So you tell me. Is wisdom just mentally disturbed or does he simply forget which lies he's told? Now I ask you--has the world ever seen a bigger schmuck and liar than wisdom? Answer: No.
Don't believe anything this dumb ass says. He's not an expert on anything--uh, except lying and deceit.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#3 Jul 22, 2010
he he

I could go on all day long exposing these chiropractic charlatans.

You don't have to be an MD to understand just how disturbed these quacks are.

Not to mention the goof ball who posted above. Likely a chiropractor.
Aerial View

AOL

#4 Jul 22, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
he he
I could go on all day long exposing these chiropractic charlatans.
You don't have to be an MD to understand just how disturbed these quacks are.
Not to mention the goof ball who posted above. Likely a chiropractor.
Yeah, right. Wisdom the schmuck indeed can go on all day with his chiropractic 'expose' so long as his 'copy and and paste' functions are still in tact.
Wisdom is simply a mentally disturbed jerk with an agenda. He knows nothing about chiropractic. Period.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#5 Jul 22, 2010
"dr. of chiropractic medicine". ha ha

hey dumb ass, now you quacks are making up degrees? ha ha

When will the chiropractic BS ever end?
Aerial View

AOL

#6 Jul 22, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
"dr. of chiropractic medicine". ha ha
hey dumb ass, now you quacks are making up degrees? ha ha
When will the chiropractic BS ever end?
Yup, wisdom is all about money--his lack thereof and how jealous he is of successful chiropractors. We know, dumb asss. We know. Wisdom 'the super schmuck' lies again. Wisdom is the only one lying here. Why he's the Lone Liar! "Hi Oh Liar, awaaaaaaaaaaaay!" ha ha ha ha
Dr Dan

Boston, MA

#7 Jul 23, 2010
aerial, you cannot possibly be a chiropractor. There is no chiropractic degree known as "doctor of chiropractic medicine".

Why would you want to continue that chiropractic lie. Wisdom called it like he saw it. And he was correct.

No one like their dirty laundry aired. That includes chiropractors.
Wisdom I only ask that you keep your posts in perspective.
Chiropractors use techniques that have no basis in science or rationale. That is true. There are a few good apples left. But, sad to say, only a few.

Wisdom, where you ever a chiropractor? It seems you know way to much about chiropractic not to have been a chiropractor.

Your posts are spot on. And the truth about chiropractic needs to get out. Admitting the truth is what will move chiropractic forward.
Aerial View

AOL

#8 Jul 24, 2010
Dr Dan wrote:
aerial, you cannot possibly be a chiropractor. There is no chiropractic degree known as "doctor of chiropractic medicine".
Why would you want to continue that chiropractic lie. Wisdom called it like he saw it. And he was correct.
No one like their dirty laundry aired. That includes chiropractors.
Wisdom I only ask that you keep your posts in perspective.
Chiropractors use techniques that have no basis in science or rationale. That is true. There are a few good apples left. But, sad to say, only a few.
Wisdom, where you ever a chiropractor? It seems you know way to much about chiropractic not to have been a chiropractor.
Your posts are spot on. And the truth about chiropractic needs to get out. Admitting the truth is what will move chiropractic forward.
I never mentioned the degree "doctor of chiropractic medicine." That was another poster.
And wisdom is not spot on. He's a lying, deceptive creep with an agenda. He knows nothing about chiropractic--just what he sees online and can copy and paste, but no real substance. Wisdom is a liar.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#9 Jul 25, 2010
You are correct Dr. Dan.

You also saw that your quack colleague quickly came of the defense of chiropractic quacks who use the designation "doctor of chiropractic medicine"

Its a poor attempt to elevate the "chiropractic" degree.

But really? "Lipo laser"? Bout as legit as the activator and the chiropractor's claim of curing "deep wounds".

There are a few honest chiropractors out there. But just a "few".

Proving once again that the chiropractic diaper is full.
onehotmess

Gary, IN

#10 Jul 26, 2010
I think Dr. Jamie Fettig is doing a great thing there in ND, much better than the public speaking gigs he does, chiros use this type of laser in their practices, especially in southern california,,, I think this is an amazing way to lose that weight in particular "trouble" areas where one has a hard time losing, plus it is approved by the FDA. I wish him the very best of luck on that, as a woman it is very hard to maintain a nice attractive body and if the laser helps, on top of a healthy diet with excercise, then it's a no brainer,, I'd do it!!!
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#11 Jul 27, 2010
"hot mess", chiropractors use many bizarre treatments. You have no idea.
Aerial View

AOL

#12 Jul 27, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
"hot mess", chiropractors use many bizarre treatments. You have no idea.
Wisdom is a fraud. You have no idea. Just ask him to list his 'expert credentials' which might offer some credibility to his lies. Ask him. See what happens. You've seen cockroaches scatter under the dishwasher when the lights go on. Well, just watch wisdom scatter under the dishwasher. I'm putting my money on wisdom getting there first.
Wisdom Watcher

New Braunfels, TX

#13 Aug 25, 2010
I just call WizzHead the "Douche"
HA HA HA HA HA...
Gotta love him... haha
....Douche
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#15 Aug 25, 2010
Must be another chiropractor.

You can tell by the "professionalism" in his response.

probably an upper cervical chiropractor. Probably a "maximized living" cult member.

But I'm up for a laugh, "watcher", what chiropractic treatment do you use to treat "deep wounds"?

And do you use lasers like the quack in the article above?

You clowns are out of your league if you think you can argue with the chiropractic expert.
Aerial View

AOL

#16 Aug 25, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
Must be another chiropractor.
You can tell by the "professionalism" in his response.
probably an upper cervical chiropractor. Probably a "maximized living" cult member.
But I'm up for a laugh, "watcher", what chiropractic treatment do you use to treat "deep wounds"?
And do you use lasers like the quack in the article above?
You clowns are out of your league if you think you can argue with the chiropractic expert.
Wisdom, the fraud still refuses to accept my challenge. He reveals his (snicker, snicker)'expert credentials'. And I will (and I WILL) reveal where, when, etc I got my wound care training.
Don't hold your breath. We're dealing with a con here, you know. Oh, the con is wisdom. He wants to have a 'real' debate. Fine. Let him first produce his debating credentials other than copy, paste and attending "hundreds of chiropractic meetings." They I'll let him sit at the table. But not before. I'm not worried. The fraud won't accept.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#17 Aug 26, 2010
Challenge?

There is no challenge.

I just exposed you as a quack chiropractor. It was quite easy.

You claimed to cure "deep wounds". I called you out on it.

You folded.

There was no challenge.

You are a quack!
Aerial View

AOL

#18 Aug 26, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
Challenge?
There is no challenge.
I just exposed you as a quack chiropractor. It was quite easy.
You claimed to cure "deep wounds". I called you out on it.
You folded.
There was no challenge.
You are a quack!
HAAAAAAAAAAAA HA HA HA!! See? HA HA HA!!! Talk about being exposed! Read the links below about other expert bible bangers like wisdom who were EXPOSED in a U.S. court of law for faking expert chiropractic credentials. I told you wisdom, the fraud, would try to weasel out of the challenge. No, con, I exposed YOU as the fraud! ha ha ha. The con, wisdom, always bangs the 'evidence bible' yet he can't back up his huge mouth. Says wisdom the liar, "I am the chiropractic expert here!" AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HA HAH AH AH AH HA. Right! I for one believe this fraud. he he he
Wisdom will say anything to avoid the credential question. Why? Oh, so simple: He has NO credentials. He clearly talks out of his ass, er, I mean head, sorry. Do I have a big mouth? Sure do. But I can back it up with REAL credentials. Got that fake? I have REAL credentials. And wisdom? Uh, nope.
I challenged the fraud to produce any real evidence that he has credentials. I can back up my wound training, big time. All wisdom has to do is divulge his so called "expert credentials" (which he can't and will try again to worm his way out of this) and I'll divulge, in detail, where, when and with whom I got my wound care training.
Don't hold your breath, folks. Wisdom has now and has always been conning you. Why? Simple: When he states he's the chiropractic expert, he cannot and never could back it up. He's a fraud and I just proved it. OWNED! he he he!!!
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/editorial/quack...
http://www.canlyme.com/quackwatch.html
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#19 Aug 26, 2010

The American Chiropractor:

Quote:
Secret #1: The #1 secret to making more money is keeping your patients longer. New patients are great. But keeping patients is even greater. And, unfortunately, chiropractors have been lead to believe that all you have to do is educate your patients and theyíll get the big idea and, therefore, stay. Well, we know for a fact that this is just not true. Every doctor (including you) has patients who really got the big idea and still dropped out of care.

Quote:
Secret #2: Recommend long-term corrective care plans (assuming they need one). This whole idea of telling your patients in a Report of Findings, "Letís see how you do for a while and then Iíll let you know what we need to do," is a bunch of garbage.

Patients expect you to know how long theyíre going to take to get correction. Stop being afraid and just tell them the truth. "Mary, based on the findings of your evaluation, itís going to take twelve months to get a full correction."

With chiropractors, very little commentary is required to suffice for a brutal critique....It's often enough to just quote the chiropractor.
Aerial View

AOL

#20 Aug 27, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
The American Chiropractor:
Quote:
Secret #1: The #1 secret to making more money is keeping your patients longer. New patients are great. But keeping patients is even greater. And, unfortunately, chiropractors have been lead to believe that all you have to do is educate your patients and theyíll get the big idea and, therefore, stay. Well, we know for a fact that this is just not true. Every doctor (including you) has patients who really got the big idea and still dropped out of care.
Quote:
Secret #2: Recommend long-term corrective care plans (assuming they need one). This whole idea of telling your patients in a Report of Findings, "Letís see how you do for a while and then Iíll let you know what we need to do," is a bunch of garbage.
Patients expect you to know how long theyíre going to take to get correction. Stop being afraid and just tell them the truth. "Mary, based on the findings of your evaluation, itís going to take twelve months to get a full correction."
With chiropractors, very little commentary is required to suffice for a brutal critique....It's often enough to just quote the chiropractor.
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA! See folks! What have I been telling you. Wisdom ONLY expert credential is the good 'ol copy and paste function. WOW! That is some skill the 'chiropractic expert' has! AHHHHHH HA HA HA HA. His last 17 posts, as the one above, is simply a matter of copy and paste. The mark of an expert is first hand knowledge, experience and a degree. Not copy and paste. Wisdom is a fraud. And his remarks about chiropractic are lies.
Yet again (and I'll be hammering away at this for a LONG, LONG , LONG time) wisdom is trying to divert your attention away from my challenge. I won't let that happen. The challenge is this: I will divulge where I received my wound care training, complete with where, when, and dates IF wisdom divulge his so called 'expert chiropractic' credential--which means professional degrees (snicker, snicker--shhhhh he has none). And, get this, I'll sweaten the pot. I'll name the city where I practice!! Hey, even a con and fraud like wisdom can't refuse that. The liar even said, "I wish I knew where he lives so I can report him for treating wounds." Well, coward, now's your chance.
Folks, don't hold your breath. Wisdom is a fraud and a con. He again will try to weasel out of this challenge. Why? Because he's a fraud and doesn't know anything about chiropractic, chiropractors or their scope of practice. Nothing. Zip. When the smoke clears, wisdom is just a con and a liar.
Lurking_w_Laught er

United States

#21 Nov 9, 2010
"Sweaten the pot"? Gross... you guys do "quack" me up tho!

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