The benefits of chiropractic care for children

May 10, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

Regular chiropractic care can be beneficial for every member of your family.A However, this article focuses on the benefits for children.A It can ease all sorts of concerns, as well as improve sleep, behaviors and immune function.A What is chiropractic care?A In very simple terms, chiropractors make sure that our spine is stacked the way it should ... (more)

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Wisdom

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The chiropractic article claims chiropractic can, " improve sleep, behaviors and immune function. "

Damn scamming chiropractic quacks at it again.

"Immune function"? ha ha ha

Throw these quacks in jail.
Washtington Chiro

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The chiropractic article claims chiropractic can, " improve sleep, behaviors and immune function. "
Damn scamming chiropractic quacks at it again.
"Immune function"? ha ha ha
Throw these quacks in jail.
TOPIX is just one of 9 chiropractic sites wisdom posts on every day. It has to take him at least 5 hours each day to post of each of these 9 sites multiple times as he does. And he still finds time to be the head of neurosurgery at the Mayo clinic. Remarkable! he he he he FRAUD!
Spheno

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Wisdom wrote:
The chiropractic article claims chiropractic can, " improve sleep, behaviors and immune function. "
Damn scamming chiropractic quacks at it again.
"Immune function"? ha ha ha
Throw these quacks in jail.
Wisdom, when one is healthy their body and all their physiological processes function better. By influencing children proper bio-mechanics and lifestyle recommendations surely it will benefit.

Statistics have already shown that chiropractic patients have less hospitalization visits over their lifetime.
Washtington Chiro

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Wisdom, when one is healthy their body and all their physiological processes function better. By influencing children proper bio-mechanics and lifestyle recommendations surely it will benefit.
Statistics have already shown that chiropractic patients have less hospitalization visits over their lifetime.
Spheno, you're wasting your time trying to explain anything to wisdom. He doesn't have the mental capacity to understand basic physiology. He lacks a meaningful thought process.
But he's so much fun to pisss off! He's like this immature kid who throws a tantrum after getting his balloon popped. Wisdom is simply an hysterical idiot. He's good for a laugh. And man do I revel in his jealousy of me! I know I shouldn't, but I can't help it. It's fun being a success when wisdom is such a loser.
Chiropractor Nashville

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Sep 20, 2012
 
I am a sports athlete before, now that I am in my 50's I usually had muscleaches and back pains. I visited my doctor for help and told me to undergo several labs and diagnostic examinations to determine what's the root cause of this. All my results are normal and told me that it may be caused by hormonal imbalance which is normal in my age. Until, I discovered on the web regarding this chiropractic care which have served thousands of people with back and muscle discomforts. I went to one of the chiropractic specialist and remarkably had remedied my back pains without having to take any drugs and going through obtrusive medical treatment methods.

Chiropractic care therapy is really fantastic. Great post, very informative. Continue on sharing one. Thanks!:-)
Wisdom

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Sep 20, 2012
 
Like I said, any quack who claims he can improve "immune function" by clicking or tweaking spines belongs in jail.

You quacks sure do a lot of name calling. Too bad you can't produce any reliable or reproducible evidence.
Exposing wisdom The Liar

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Sep 20, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
Like I said, any quack who claims he can improve "immune function" by clicking or tweaking spines belongs in jail.
You quacks sure do a lot of name calling. Too bad you can't produce any reliable or reproducible evidence.
Wisdom, as usual, just lied. No one here claimed to cure immune function. Again, wisdom just lied. He's been bitter ever since he shuttered his office--after only two months in practice. Can't help it if he was a lousy chiropractor.
All wisdom does is name calling. All he does is bash chiropractic. Typical of a loser who failed.
Wisdom is a luddite

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Sep 20, 2012
 
For those saying there is no effect on the immune system from adjustments, you're just not keeping up with the research. I'd agree that the evidence isn't strong enough yet to say that chiropractors can cure infections, however it's incorrect to state that adjustments don't have an effect on the immune system.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16396725
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18507834
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22027032
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1719112
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1373431
Wisdom

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Sep 21, 2012
 
ha ha ha "luddite" your new word for today?

Please spare us more of those jmpt "studies". Maybe you should have read those studies before linking them. But so typically chiropractic. Latch onto something that might make you seem legit.(like those nucca blood pressure studies. Where those nucca chiroquackers claimed they have "evidence" because a few chosen patients briefly had lower blood pressure after being touched (i.e. nucca'd)".

Lets summarize those very limited and insignificant "studies........ NO conclusions can or should be drawn from them. There was NO evidence that "manipulation" (even though "manipulation" is not technically a chiropractic technique) can help improve any illness, sickness or health condition. NONE.

You chiropractors remain the laughing stock of "alternative" care. Case in point, your BS above. But go ahead, tell your local infectious disease doctor that you should now be getting referrals from him. ha ha ha
Exposing wisdom The Liar

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Sep 21, 2012
 
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA! Yeah, mrwisdom. Tell us all how you're the head of neurosurgery at a 'famous NY hospital' yet have five hours a day to post lies on propaganda websites every day!
Wisdom is no chiropractic expert and he's no MD. Period.
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Sep 21, 2012
 
You may ask your doctor about this. Your healthcare provider is the best source of information for questions and concerns related to your medical problem.. I hope everything will just be fine. For additional information about hip-related problems, check out http://www.depuyhipreplacementlawsuit.com
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Wisdom wrote:
The chiropractic article claims chiropractic can, " improve sleep, behaviors and immune function. "
Damn scamming chiropractic quacks at it again.
"Immune function"? ha ha ha
Throw these quacks in jail.
how can you be so nieve?
Your body is run by the nervous system, which is housed within the spine and cranium. If joints in these structures get stuck (termed a subluxation), this may interfere with proper function of your nervous system. Since your nervous system runs everything from digestion to coordination to immune function, a problem in the spine or cranium can create symptoms far from its source.
Wisdom

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Feb 1, 2013
 
" If joints in these structures get stuck (termed a subluxation), this may interfere with proper function of your nervous system."

kayla, let's be honest. There is NO evidence for your claims. There is NO evidence that any chiropractic technique can help any condition. NONE. The most popular chiropractic treatments are the activator and gonstead. They are used by the majority of chiropractors nationwide. Feel free to post legitimate studies to support their use for specific conditions.

And before you continue arguing with me, remember, I was a chiropractor.


By the way, the nervous system does NOT run everything.(contrary to what these ignorant chiropractors claim) And you call ME naive?
wisdom is callahan

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Wisdom wrote:
" If joints in these structures get stuck (termed a subluxation), this may interfere with proper function of your nervous system."
kayla, let's be honest. There is NO evidence for your claims. There is NO evidence that any chiropractic technique can help any condition. NONE. The most popular chiropractic treatments are the activator and gonstead. They are used by the majority of chiropractors nationwide. Feel free to post legitimate studies to support their use for specific conditions.
And before you continue arguing with me, remember, I was a chiropractor.
By the way, the nervous system does NOT run everything.(contrary to what these ignorant chiropractors claim) And you call ME naive?
Like wisdom just said about himself,'I was a chiropractor." The operative word is 'was'. He simply couldn't make it in practice. Who better to offer advice on chiropractic than a failed chiropractor.
Wisdom

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Feb 1, 2013
 
I mad it just fine mr. quack. The difference is that I only used ethical and well founded treatment methods. When the field of chiropractic refused to move forward and when I realized that bonafide quacks had a stranglehold on leadership positions in chiropractic, I decided medicine was for me. A few of my friends in chiropractic moved on to medicine/osteopathy. Some became nurses and PAs and some went into business.

No need for you to be nasty. Me thinks you doth protest a little too much.

Also, since you seem to be very ignorant. there is NO evidence that any chiropractic technique is good for any specific health related condition.

Of course, that statement says it all and if you were to admit it, you would be admitting overwhelming quackery exists in your field. And you can't do that, can you?
wisdom is callahan

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Wisdom wrote:
I mad it just fine mr. quack. The difference is that I only used ethical and well founded treatment methods. When the field of chiropractic refused to move forward and when I realized that bonafide quacks had a stranglehold on leadership positions in chiropractic, I decided medicine was for me. A few of my friends in chiropractic moved on to medicine/osteopathy. Some became nurses and PAs and some went into business.
No need for you to be nasty. Me thinks you doth protest a little too much.
Also, since you seem to be very ignorant. there is NO evidence that any chiropractic technique is good for any specific health related condition.
Of course, that statement says it all and if you were to admit it, you would be admitting overwhelming quackery exists in your field. And you can't do that, can you?
Whoa! Touchy, touchy! Did I state the truth and strike a nerve, eh fraud? he he he
Folks, I've never known a chiropractor, dentist or any other professional who was doing very well in practice, then 'giving it up because their professiona wasn't moving forward." Wisdom simply failed in practice. Simple as that. He can spit, cry, and throw all the tantrums he wants, but the fact remains, he failed in practice. Period.
And now, get this: in his first statement wisdom said he practice ethically with well founded treatment methods. Next breath,"there is no evidence chiropractic techniques good for any specific conditions." But he practiced 'ethically' even though he didn't believe what he was doing was ethical?
Folks, wisdom's deceit is stunning. Folks, wisdom's lies are even more stunning.
"I practiced ethically even though I knew chiropractic didn't work for anything." No matter how many times you read that it's still stunning.
No question that wisdom is not an MD. He made that up, too. I know some chiropractors who became MD's, but wisdom isn't one of them. He lied about being an MD.
Wisdom has zero credibility. He can't get his stories straight, and he contradicts himself in the same sentence.
What a fraud. What a liar.

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Jun 19, 2013
 
According to my doctor at Corrective Chiropractic and Wellness, it is absolutely safe for children to receive chiropractic care. Like dentistry, chiropractic care also has an important role in child’s overall health and wellness.
Wisdom

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Jun 20, 2013
 
Robin, please enlighten us. What chiropractic "technique" does your chiropractor use on children? and for what conditions? And where exactly, does your chiropractor think he received his training in childhood diseases and conditions?

He did get that training, didn't he?
Successful Chiropractor

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Robin, please enlighten us. What chiropractic "technique" does your chiropractor use on children? and for what conditions? And where exactly, does your chiropractor think he received his training in childhood diseases and conditions?
He did get that training, didn't he?
Robin,

Wisdom's opinions would carry much more weight had he not lost his license for advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses).
A while back, wisdom said during the "Mercedes 80's" when insurance reimbursement was (his words) "easy pickens" he advertised for new patients promising he would only accept whatever their insurance paid. That meant he absorbed deductables and copayments by performing worthless tests and inflating bills. Advertising NOOPE, like wisdom did, is a FELONY in ALL states and territories. All of them. Countless practitioners of all disciplines, lost thier licenses for doing so. They were also jailed and paid massive fines. Wisdom said he regularly employed the use of NOOPE during the "Mercedes 80's."
There is little difference between advertising NOOPE and armed robbery. Wisdom said, several times, that it advertsing NOOPE was legal. Of course he's lying--that or he's the biggest idiot on the planet. He's not very bright as you know, so not much is expected from him.
Anyway, since wisdom lost his license he's been very bitter and angry. Thus his jealousy of successful chiropractors and his cult like addiction to the biggest joke on the web, chirotalk. See, losers, such as wisdom, love company.
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Jun 24, 2013
 
Also, if anyone HAS taken their baby to the chiropractor, what does it involve and is there any discomfort to the baby? A friend suggested I take my baby to this Chiropractor in Malvern but i'd like to hear your experiences first: http://www.signaturewellbeing.com.au

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