Can Chiropractic help Arthritis?

Jun 13, 2013 Full story: Cape Gazette 18

"Can chiropractic help arthritis?" That's a question every chiropractor is asked on a regular basis.

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Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#1 Jun 13, 2013
The chiropractor claims, "Anyone that has ever suffered from an autoimmune disease knows that itís made worse by stress. Chiropractic adjustments help take stress off your nervous system allowing your body to rest, relax and heal. "

Oh really mr. chiropractor? Here's an idea,.... how about a little evidence before making such idiotic claims.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#2 Jun 13, 2013
Let's be specific, shall we?

How about a chiropractor link us the evidence that "chiropractic" can cure/heal type 1 diabetes or lupus, or rheumatoid arthritis or any of the thyroid diseases.

The scam which is chiropractic must end. the ripping off of innocent people must end.

“Singer/Speaker/L ife Coach”

Since: Jan 08

Dallas, TX

#3 Jun 13, 2013
The only real cure to any types of ailments (pain, arthritis, depression, etc) is to Purify one's consciousness from darkness to Light so that only Light and Love remains.

When we do the inner healing work to rid our minds of our past wounding, hurts, anger, sadness, traumas or any imbalances of the mind...we end up with a Whole Mind which is a Loving mind.

A Love filled mind allows our Being to flow Pure High Energy though it to every cell in our bodies. If we have blocks to Love then areas of our body cannot receive the energy, which is Love.

True healing is of the mind, the body is the effect of the mind...not the other way around.

As an Intuitive Life Coach in Dallas, Texas I get to the root of one's imbalances and dissolve them with Love, making them experience Wholeness, Wellness and Fulfillment of Love throughout their entire Being.

I focus on the Cause where doctors focus on the effect.

Our goal in this lifetime is to illuminate our minds so that we become the Divine Beings that we Truly are and can live out our Highest Calling on this earth.

Donna Kay
Healer
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#4 Jun 13, 2013
Wisdom wrote:
Let's be specific, shall we?
How about a chiropractor link us the evidence that "chiropractic" can cure/heal type 1 diabetes or lupus, or rheumatoid arthritis or any of the thyroid diseases.
The scam which is chiropractic must end. the ripping off of innocent people must end.
Get a load of this. Wisdom just said, just now, "The ripping off of innocent people must end."
Folks, there's no telling how many insurance companies wisdom swindled. By his own depraved admission, wisdom said he trolled (advertised) for new patinets with the promise of NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses). A felony in ALL states, punishable by jail, massive fines, and license revocation. Wisdom said he advertised NOOPE and that there was nothing illegal about it. Uh, no idiot. Uh, hello, idiot. NOOPE is a crime--same as bank robbery. Wisdom condoned its use. Could it be, just maybe, that's why wisdom is no longer in practice and has 5 hours a day to post on numerous propaganda and cult websites? Just maybe? And HE'S talking about scams? Really? Really????
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#5 Jun 20, 2013
Donna, you'd make a "fine" chiropractor.

Tell me, what is your success rate with type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases?

Is "lack of love", the cause of type 1 diabetes and lupus?
Donna Kay

Euless, TX

#6 Jun 20, 2013
I am a metaphysician and healer and he'll through the mind/consciousness for the root always is.

Chiropractic focuses on the fact not the cause
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#7 Jun 20, 2013
Donna, you make absolutely NO sense.

Are you sure you're not a chiropractor?
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#9 Jun 20, 2013
Wisdom wrote:
Donna, you make absolutely NO sense.
Are you sure you're not a chiropractor?
Donna, here is what does make sense. The fraudster,'wisdom', says all chiropractors are scammers YET he admitted he scammed tons of insurance companies.
Here's how wisdom pulled off his scam. According to his own con self, he trolled for patients by advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses). This means he told prospective patients that he would eat deductables and co-payments. VERY illegal. To make up for the lost deductable and copayment money, he inflated his bills and billed for unncessary tests. He did this across the board--not just hardship cases, but everyone.
Donna, this is a felony in all states. Countless practitioners in all health care fields have been jailed, fined, or lost their licenses for bilking insurance companies this way. Wisdom said it was legal (it NEVER was) and he said he made a fortune in the "mercedes 80's" when insurance pickens were good and NOOPE was in style. Again, a felony, just like armed robbery.
So the next time wisdom opens his deceptive mouth, remember what a scammer he is. He admitted it.
I wish I knew his real name. I'd turn that swindler into the feds in a heartbeat. It's scum like wisdom who ruins it for honest practitioners.
DrCallahan

Rockville Centre, NY

#10 Jun 20, 2013
Looks like Donna makes perfect sense to the chiro from IL. No surprise here.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#11 Jun 21, 2013
The defrauder 'wisdom' is again posting as 'cal'. Yet another one of his deceitful actions. A con is a con all of the time. Wisdom is a con. I, for one, was fooled.
Thus a repeat.

Donna, here is what does make sense. The fraudster,'wisdom', says all chiropractors are scammers YET he admitted he scammed tons of insurance companies.
Here's how wisdom pulled off his scam. According to his own con self, he trolled for patients by advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses). This means he told prospective patients that he would eat deductables and co-payments. VERY illegal. To make up for the lost deductable and copayment money, he inflated his bills and billed for unncessary tests. He did this across the board--not just hardship cases, but everyone.
Donna, this is a felony in all states. Countless practitioners in all health care fields have been jailed, fined, or lost their licenses for bilking insurance companies this way. Wisdom said it was legal (it NEVER was) and he said he made a fortune in the "mercedes 80's" when insurance pickens were good and NOOPE was in style. Again, a felony, just like armed robbery.
So the next time wisdom opens his deceptive mouth, remember what a scammer he is. He admitted it.
I wish I knew his real name. I'd turn that swindler into the feds in a heartbeat. It's scum like wisdom who ruins it for honest practitioners.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#12 Jun 21, 2013
Yes Dr. Callahan, he is quite ignorant.

He's had 4 years here to produce some evidence that his activator clicker is good for something. And he's failed.

I don't know how you put up with these idiots.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#13 Jun 22, 2013
Wisdom wrote:
Yes Dr. Callahan, he is quite ignorant.
He's had 4 years here to produce some evidence that his activator clicker is good for something. And he's failed.
I don't know how you put up with these idiots.
The swindler, wisdom, is talking to his pathetic self. Wis/cal=same creep. Same con.
For those who don't know, wisdom is an admitted swindler. Let me spell it out: he stole from insurance companies while he was in practice. He said so himself. Maybe, just maybe, could that be why he is no longer in practice and has time to post 5-7 hours each day? Maybe? Just maybe???
This is how wisdom pulled off his con. Step one: He set up a practice. Step two: He advertised for patients with the promise of NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses). And that's where his larceny took place. See, advertising for new patients with the promise that you'll never charge them a deductable or copayment is a FELONY in ALL states. All states. No just some states; ALL states. Thousands of practitoners in all disciplines have been locked away in jail for this, lost theier licenses for this, and paid massive fines.
Wisdom said he employed these con tactics while he was in practice. This makes him a swindler. See, in order to make up the difference, a swindler, such as wisdom, had to perform lots of unnecessary tests and inflate bills.
Robbing insurance companies has never been legal in any form. Never. Wisdom said it is. No, con, it is not.
What other advice is this con offering?
I wish I knew this con's real name. I'd turn him into the feds in a heartbeat.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#14 Jun 22, 2013
He's had 4 years here to produce some evidence that his activator clicker is good for something. And he's failed.

He also supported another quack who claimed he could reduce insulin dependence in type 1 diabetics by "adjusting" him.

He also implied that as a chiropractor he was trained in diagnosing autoimmune diseases in chiropractic school. ha ha ha
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#15 Jun 23, 2013
Hard to say what the con wisdom has been up to since he lost his license for advertising NOOPE.
Folks, promising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses) is a FELONY in ALL states, ALL US territories, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
NOOPE stands for No Out Of Pocket Expenses. Any chiropractor, MD, dentist, etc who trolls for patients promising to accept whatever someone's insurance pays as full payments, and agrees to absorb deductables and copayments, is commiting a fraud punishable by jail, massive fines, and license revocation. Wisdom is likely an expert on the last one--license revocation. I don't know if he spent any time in jail or what size fine he had to pay.
Wisdom (get this) said NOOPE was legal and that's why he used it. Let me repeat that. Wisdom said NOOPE was legal.
What other 'advice' about chiropractic is he handing you? Just asking.
I wish I knew this swindler's (wisdom's) real name. I report him to the feds in a heartbeat. Swindlers belong in jail.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#16 Jun 23, 2013
4 years and all you've engaged in is name calling. Indeed, you are a chiropractor.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#17 Jun 24, 2013
Wisdom wrote:
4 years and all you've engaged in is name calling. Indeed, you are a chiropractor.
Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay, it appears the con wisdom doesn't like me outing him for being a swindler who lost his license. Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay, I think I'll remind everyone yet again. Enjoy!

Hard to say what the con wisdom has been up to since he lost his license for advertising NOOPE.
Folks, promising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses) is a FELONY in ALL states, ALL US territories, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
NOOPE stands for No Out Of Pocket Expenses. Any chiropractor, MD, dentist, etc who trolls for patients promising to accept whatever someone's insurance pays as full payments, and agrees to absorb deductables and copayments, is commiting a fraud punishable by jail, massive fines, and license revocation. Wisdom is likely an expert on the last one--license revocation. I don't know if he spent any time in jail or what size fine he had to pay.
Wisdom (get this) said NOOPE was legal and that's why he used it. Let me repeat that. Wisdom said NOOPE was legal.
What other 'advice' about chiropractic is he handing you? Just asking.
I wish I knew this swindler's (wisdom's) real name. I report him to the feds in a heartbeat. Swindlers belong in jail.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#18 Jun 25, 2013
Glad that you think you know Virgin Island law. ha ha ha Indeed, you are a chiropractor.

Still 4 years and you can't produce any evidence for the most used chiropractic "treatment" on the planet, the "activator" clicker.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#19 Jun 25, 2013
Worth repeating. Good read on how wisdom lost his chiropractic license--which, of course, makes him an expert. he he he he

Hard to say what the con wisdom has been up to since he lost his license for advertising NOOPE.
Folks, promising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses) is a FELONY in ALL states, ALL US territories, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
NOOPE stands for No Out Of Pocket Expenses. Any chiropractor, MD, dentist, etc who trolls for patients promising to accept whatever someone's insurance pays as full payments, and agrees to absorb deductables and copayments, is commiting a fraud punishable by jail, massive fines, and license revocation. Wisdom is likely an expert on the last one--license revocation. I don't know if he spent any time in jail or what size fine he had to pay.
Wisdom (get this) said NOOPE was legal and that's why he used it. Let me repeat that. Wisdom said NOOPE was legal.
What other 'advice' about chiropractic is he handing you? Just asking.
I wish I knew this swindler's (wisdom's) real name. I report him to the feds in a heartbeat. Swindlers belong in jail.

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