Say Goodbye to Your Chiropractor-Pop ...

Say Goodbye to Your Chiropractor-Pop Your Lower Back into Place Yourself

There are 11 comments on the Associated Content story from Jul 12, 2010, titled Say Goodbye to Your Chiropractor-Pop Your Lower Back into Place Yourself. In it, Associated Content reports that:

Many People have lower back problems. You go to a Chiropractor and they pop your lower back into place again.

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Pat Wilson

Atlanta, GA

#1 Jul 14, 2010
I would not suggest popping your own back into place. That may even cause WORSE back issues for you if your back pain is an ongoing event. My Raleigh chiropractor can adjust me so fast and in a healthy way that provides lasting results for my pain. I would always advise seeking professional help. Here's a nice reference company that I use for my back http://www.raleighchiropractic.com
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#2 Jul 14, 2010
Never trust a chiropractor who spouts the "subluxation" baloney.

"fast and in a healthy way"? Really? You mean he "racks and cracks"?

There is no evidence that spinal manipulation provides anything more than temporary relief.

The risk of seeing a chiropractor, however, is that you have no idea what his belief system is or what kind of treatment you will recieve.

Some will manipulate, some will hardly touch you, some will tweak only the top vertebrae for every conditon they encounter. Bizarre.

Beware.
Aerial View

AOL

#3 Jul 15, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
Never trust a chiropractor who spouts the "subluxation" baloney.
"fast and in a healthy way"? Really? You mean he "racks and cracks"?
There is no evidence that spinal manipulation provides anything more than temporary relief.
The risk of seeing a chiropractor, however, is that you have no idea what his belief system is or what kind of treatment you will recieve.
Some will manipulate, some will hardly touch you, some will tweak only the top vertebrae for every conditon they encounter. Bizarre.
Beware.
And never trust anyone, like wisdom, who has absolutely NO professional credentials of any description.
Also, the perv (wisdom--you know, the one who does "who knows what" with diapers), lied about the practice of chiropractic.
In just about all of this perv's posts, he mentions the Activator as being the most bizarre with 96% of all chiropractors using it. First, of course, that is an outright lie. Wisdom can do nothing else but lie.
The Activator is very useful and effective in certain cases where manual manipulation is contraindicated. I use it maybe 4% of the time. There is quite a bit of evidence the Activator is effective when used as an adjunct with other therapies, and not as a stand-alone procedure. The perv, wisdom, wants everyone to believe that chiropractors claim the Activator by itself can cure everything. Naturally, the creep (wisdom, yes wisdom is a creep) lied. And yes, while many chiropractors have one, very few use it as their only procedure. So I would say at least 96% of what the perv said about chiropractors and the Activator is a lie.
See folks, wisdom is not a professional. He has NO professional training in anything remotely dealing with the human body, health care, or any sort of medical and/or chiropractic procedures. He's just a fake. Basing chiropractic is the pathetic limits of his life. He can't make a living, so he lashes out at chiropractic. Wisdom suffers from mental illness. Pity him.
Fake chiropractic experts are everywhere. Like the fake exposed by a judge in a U.S. court of law.
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/editorial/quack...
http://www.canlyme.com/quackwatch.html
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#4 Jul 15, 2010
"chiroeconomics", the activator is used by more than half of ALL chiropractors.

Fact, most of those chiropractors use it any damn way they please.

Its really bizarre. Leg length checks, click the meniscus, don't follow fuhr's rule, do follow fuhr's rules, use it only on the elderly, use it on newborns' etc etc etc..

truly beyond bizarre. But most telling .... there is absolutely no legitimate research that supports the use of activator for any condition. If there was legit research, these quacks would have presented it a long time ago. This really is too easy.

Wow, let that fact sink in.

And try to tell me the chiropractic diaper is not full. ha ha ha
Aerial View

AOL

#5 Jul 15, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
"chiroeconomics", the activator is used by more than half of ALL chiropractors.
Fact, most of those chiropractors use it any damn way they please.
Its really bizarre. Leg length checks, click the meniscus, don't follow fuhr's rule, do follow fuhr's rules, use it only on the elderly, use it on newborns' etc etc etc..
truly beyond bizarre. But most telling .... there is absolutely no legitimate research that supports the use of activator for any condition. If there was legit research, these quacks would have presented it a long time ago. This really is too easy.
Wow, let that fact sink in.
And try to tell me the chiropractic diaper is not full. ha ha ha
Wisdom just lied again. More than half of all chiropractors OWN an activator but use it sparingly. And yes, it is useful in some situations, especially where manual manipulation cannot be peformed. I know what I'm talking about. I'm a PRACTICING chiropractor. Wisdom doesn't know what he's talking about. He's a liar and a fraud with NO professional credentials, let alone any clincial experience. He has none. The only posters who agree with him are the ones he invents like "steve' and 'ex-chiro'. "Thanks steve! "Thanks, ex-chiro!" says wisdom, after thanking himself! Can wisdom 'the super diaper perv' get any more pitiful. ha ha ha. We'll see!
Merican

Oklahoma City, OK

#6 Dec 1, 2012
Aerial View wrote:
<quoted text>
Wisdom just lied again. More than half of all chiropractors OWN an activator but use it sparingly. And yes, it is useful in some situations, especially where manual manipulation cannot be peformed. I know what I'm talking about. I'm a PRACTICING chiropractor. Wisdom doesn't know what he's talking about. He's a liar and a fraud with NO professional credentials, let alone any clincial experience. He has none. The only posters who agree with him are the ones he invents like "steve' and 'ex-chiro'. "Thanks steve! "Thanks, ex-chiro!" says wisdom, after thanking himself! Can wisdom 'the super diaper perv' get any more pitiful. ha ha ha. We'll see!
You say you are a practicing chiropractor. Then would you not provide a biased opinion on the ownership and frequency that the activator is used?
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Dec 2, 2012
Fatc is that most chiropractors use the "activator" clicker on people with every imaginable condition. And there is NO evidecne that the "activator" is good for anything. That is not up for debate.

When I exposed those facts (as I have also done on several other blogs), the chiropractor "aerial", who also posts under "failed" moniker, justified his colleagues using by saying, "More than half of all chiropractors OWN an activator but use it sparingly."

ha ha ha Oh I see mr. chiropractor.

As a former chiropractor myself, I am an expert on chiropractic matters. And I am sick and tired of these quacks getting away with their scams.
Wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#8 Dec 2, 2012
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH H HA HA HA HA! Man, is wisdom a massive, MASSIVE fraud and hypocrite.
This loser just said, "As a former chiropractor myself, I am an expert on chiropractic matters. And I am sick and tired of these quacks getting away with their scams."
Yet (and get this) in another post he wrote, "Advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses) to acquire new patients was legal in many states. I did very well during the "Mercedes 80's."
Oh, I see. So here is a 'former chiropractor' who, by his own admission, used all the chiropractic techniques he bashes, yet was "VERY successful using them and got a lot of patients advertising NOOPE."
You know, I don't think even this delusional scammer knows how big a fraud he is. Two things are for sure: wisdom is no MD and he's no chiropractic expert--unless you count scamming insurance companies by advertising NOOPE during the "Mercedes 80's" as an expert credential. Good lord.

Since: Dec 12

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#9 Dec 5, 2012
Aerial View wrote:
<quoted text>
And never trust anyone, like wisdom, who has absolutely NO professional credentials of any description.
Also, the perv (wisdom--you know, the one who does "who knows what" with diapers), lied about the practice of chiropractic.
In just about all of this perv's posts, he mentions the Activator as being the most bizarre with 96% of all chiropractors using it. First, of course, that is an outright lie. Wisdom can do nothing else but lie.
The Activator is very useful and effective in certain cases where manual manipulation is contraindicated. I use it maybe 4% of the time. There is quite a bit of evidence the Activator is effective when used as an adjunct with other therapies, and not as a stand-alone procedure. The perv, wisdom, wants everyone to believe that chiropractors claim the Activator by itself can cure everything. Naturally, the creep (wisdom, yes wisdom is a creep) lied. And yes, while many chiropractors have one, very few use it as their only procedure. So I would say at least 96% of what the perv said about chiropractors and the Activator is a lie.
See folks, wisdom is not a professional. He has NO professional training in anything remotely dealing with the human body, health care, or any sort of medical and/or chiropractic procedures. He's just a fake. Basing chiropractic is the pathetic limits of his life. He can't make a living, so he lashes out at chiropractic. Wisdom suffers from mental illness. Pity him.
Fake chiropractic experts are everywhere. Like the fake exposed by a judge in a U.S. court of law.
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/editorial/quack...
http://www.canlyme.com/quackwatch.html
i agree with you about wisdom. but quackwatch isn't a good site to check for stupidity .
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Dec 5, 2012
Oh, do we have another activator using chiropractor here? Or do you not know anything about the activator clicker?

Its one or the other.

"Chirotalk", for all you need to know about chiropractic. They blow the lid off the chiropractic baloney.
Wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#11 Dec 5, 2012
Like I was saying....
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH H HA HA HA HA! Man, is wisdom a massive, MASSIVE fraud and hypocrite.
This loser just said, "As a former chiropractor myself, I am an expert on chiropractic matters. And I am sick and tired of these quacks getting away with their scams."
Yet (and get this) in another post he wrote, "Advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses) to acquire new patients was legal in many states. I did very well during the "Mercedes 80's."
Oh, I see. So here is a 'former chiropractor' who, by his own admission, used all the chiropractic techniques he bashes, yet was "VERY successful using them and got a lot of patients advertising NOOPE."
You know, I don't think even this delusional scammer knows how big a fraud he is. Two things are for sure: wisdom is no MD and he's no chiropractic expert--unless you count scamming insurance companies by advertising NOOPE during the "Mercedes 80's" as an expert credential. Good lord.

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