LipoLaser Procedure Not Necessarily a...

LipoLaser Procedure Not Necessarily a Quick Fix

There are 45 comments on the KMOT-TV Minot story from Jul 20, 2010, titled LipoLaser Procedure Not Necessarily a Quick Fix. In it, KMOT-TV Minot reports that:

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Aerial View


#42 Dec 6, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
Right mr. quacker, all these people from all these different states and locales ... They are all the same person.
Dumb ass chiropractor, at it again.
he he he! Don't worry, dumb ass, I'm not as dumb as you. All your made up posters live within a short drive of your declared city. How convenient!
Folks, wisdom is a fraud. He's made up dozens of fake posters just so someone would agree with him. Notice wisdom and his made up posters never post near the same time or even the same day. When the creep is out of town, he posts as 'steve' or 'ex-chiro' or 'callahan' or 'stu', then won't get back to his creepy NY address for days.
Wisdom is also a fraud because he's deceived you into filling in the blank that when he deceives you with "when I made rounds today.' Yeah, rounds. Like a tuna with cheese at Subway.
Wisdom is not very smart. His medical vocabulary is remedial at best, that is, unless he purposely dumbs down his language thinking everyone else is stupid. Poor, pathetic creep.

Stockholm, Sweden

#43 Sep 23, 2011
Aerial - one question. Where's the evidence? Where are the randomized, controlled clinical trials?


#44 Sep 24, 2011
I can't imagine a more quacky procedure than 'laser liposuction'.
I don't know if this is the same machine, but I was recently at a chiropractic convention where they were selling this outrageously expensive 'fat dissolving' laser for about seventy thousand. I don't care if it cost ten million--IT DOESN'T WORK. It's a Scam with a capital 'S'.
When will people ever learn. There is NO quick way to safely lose weight. When will people ever learn, if it sounds too good to be true it ALWAYS (not usually) but ALWAYS is too good to be true.
Stand clear of this. Don't waste your money on this bogus treatment.
A Patient


#45 Jan 1, 2013
My chiro helps my lower back pain. But if Aerial View is a chiroprator I'd never let him/her get near me. He/She sounds like an uneducated blathering idiot.
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Buffalo Grove, IL

#46 Jan 1, 2013
A Patient wrote:
My chiro helps my lower back pain. But if Aerial View is a chiroprator I'd never let him/her get near me. He/She sounds like an uneducated blathering idiot.
You mean "blithering" idiot? he he he
Please get educated and break out your third grade English book--if you ever had one.
You're welcome.

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