What Is Causing the Autism Epidemic?

What Is Causing the Autism Epidemic?

There are 28 comments on the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal story from Jan 27, 2014, titled What Is Causing the Autism Epidemic?. In it, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal reports that:

One in 88 American children has been diagnosed as autistic. Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP examines recent research into the possible causes of this epidemic.

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Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Jan 27, 2014
Garbage and misi formation for sheeple
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Jan 27, 2014
I'm sorry, but since when did chiropractors start getting actual clinical experience in diagnosing, examining and treating people with autism?

Does anyone really have any idea about the actual "clinical" experience chiropractors receive? Well, I do, and its pathetic.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#3 Jan 27, 2014
What's this? The tool 'wisdom' is taking yet ANOTHER day off (5 years in a row and counting) from his 'critical care doctor job' that he got without an MD degree or license? WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA H.
Frauds are ever so easy to spot.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Jan 27, 2014
Only a chiropractor would think you have to take a "day off" to post a short response exposing chiropractic baloney.

Now get back to "curing" autism mr. chiropractor. You're wasting time here.

Since: Jan 07

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#5 Jan 27, 2014
Chiropractors are just trying to make money off of those with autism, like so many others do. Of course this article is self-serving the practice of the chiropractor and none of the things listed that are offered including nutrition for the natural treatment of neurological conditions, has been found to help those with autism or are or hve been tested.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#6 Jan 27, 2014
What's this? The tool 'wisdom' has yet ANOTHER day off from his 'critical care doctor job?" AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA AH AHA HA
The tool posts 10 hours a day online--you know, like all critical care doctors. he he he he
Massive fraud was exposed--yet again!
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#7 Jan 27, 2014
Mind drugs and the residue in the drinking and bathing waters (includes Statin drugs)
SPAM

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Jan 27, 2014
friend wrote:
Chiropractors are just trying to make money off of those with autism, like so many others do. Of course this article is self-serving the practice of the chiropractor and none of the things listed that are offered including nutrition for the natural treatment of neurological conditions, has been found to help those with autism or are or hve been tested.
SPAM
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#9 Jan 28, 2014
Man, this is good.
The tool 'wisdom' says all, not some, but all of chiropractic is quackery. Next breath--he said he practiced chiropractic for over 20 years and made a lot of money during the 'mercedes 80's' when it was easy to steal from insurance companies.
See, chiropractic became quackery the day the tool went bankrupt and was unable to further scam insurance companies,that, or he is the biggest liar of all time.
Knowing, at least in his little mind that chirorpactic was quackery, the tool still saw fit to treat patients and bill their insurance companies knowing he was practicing quackery. A con's con.
In order to get paid by insurance companies, you have to provide a treatment and diagnostic code. Which ones did he use? Oh, oh, I see. The tool put down, "I adjusted this patient's neck for no reason, now pay me."
Fast forward--the tool is now pretending to be an MD with no MD degree, training or license. Not one shred of proof--then again, he is a fraud who can't back up his mouth. Says a lot--offers no proof. That's called being an 'expert'.

Since: Jan 07

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#10 Jan 28, 2014
Most insurance companies wont cover a chiropractor for the things this article lists. That's why most who offer such things do code the services differently, or the parent just pays out of pocket. Hello. Chiropractors adding those services is relatively new over the last few years to generate more patients to their practice. Chiropractic authors have stated that fraud, abuse and quackery are more prevalent in chiropractic than in other health care professions. Unsubstantiated claims about the efficacy of chiropractic have continued to be made by individual chiropractors and chiropractic associations. The core concept of traditional chiropractic, vertebral subluxation, is not based on sound science. A critical evaluation found that research had not demonstrated that spinal manipulation, the main treatment method employed by chiropractors, was effective for any medical condition, with the possible exception of treatment for back pain.

Only Winnipeg would disagree with that, and tke his child to a chiropractor, and expects results.
friend a stooge

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Jan 28, 2014
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Jan 28, 2014
"A critical evaluation found that research had not demonstrated that spinal manipulation, the main treatment method employed by chiropractors, was effective for any medical condition, with the possible exception of treatment for back pain."

Spot on. You seem to understand chiropractic better than the chiropractors who post here. But isn't it amazing how these chiropractors continue to make unfounded and idiotic claims.

The chiropractic motto .... "never let the facts get in the way. never require legitimate evidence before making a claim".

What this quack from IL does not understand is that at one time, chiropractors could make a great living treating people with low back pain using mild spinal manipulation and physiotherapy. And make a good living we did. Now? Most chiropractors engage in the con game of making bizarre and unfounded claims using bizarre and unfounded "treatments" like "activator, nucca and gonstead".
Warrior Mom JENNY

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Jan 28, 2014
friend wrote:
Most insurance companies wont cover a chiropractor for the things this article lists. That's why most who offer such things do code the services differently, or the parent just pays out of pocket. Hello. Chiropractors adding those services is relatively new over the last few years to generate more patients to their practice. Chiropractic authors have stated that fraud, abuse and quackery are more prevalent in chiropractic than in other health care professions. Unsubstantiated claims about the efficacy of chiropractic have continued to be made by individual chiropractors and chiropractic associations. The core concept of traditional chiropractic, vertebral subluxation, is not based on sound science. A critical evaluation found that research had not demonstrated that spinal manipulation, the main treatment method employed by chiropractors, was effective for any medical condition, with the possible exception of treatment for back pain.
Only Winnipeg would disagree with that, and tke his child to a chiropractor, and expects results.
spam
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#14 Jan 28, 2014
Begging to be repeated--so I will.

Man, this is good.
The tool 'wisdom' says all, not some, but all of chiropractic is quackery. Next breath--he said he practiced chiropractic for over 20 years and made a lot of money during the 'mercedes 80's' when it was easy to steal from insurance companies.
See, chiropractic became quackery the day the tool went bankrupt and was unable to further scam insurance companies,that, or he is the biggest liar of all time.
Knowing, at least in his little mind that chirorpactic was quackery, the tool still saw fit to treat patients and bill their insurance companies knowing he was practicing quackery. A con's con.
In order to get paid by insurance companies, you have to provide a treatment and diagnostic code. Which ones did he use? Oh, oh, I see. The tool put down, "I adjusted this patient's neck for no reason, now pay me."
Fast forward--the tool is now pretending to be an MD with no MD degree, training or license. Not one shred of proof--then again, he is a fraud who can't back up his mouth. Says a lot--offers no proof. That's called being an 'expert'.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#15 Jan 28, 2014
No need to keep repeating yourself. So, you agree chiropractors are scammers. We get it.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#16 Jan 28, 2014
Once more wouldn't hurt. Enjoy.
Man, this is good.
The tool 'wisdom' says all, not some, but all of chiropractic is quackery. Next breath--he said he practiced chiropractic for over 20 years and made a lot of money during the 'mercedes 80's' when it was easy to steal from insurance companies.
See, chiropractic became quackery the day the tool went bankrupt and was unable to further scam insurance companies,that, or he is the biggest liar of all time.
Knowing, at least in his little mind that chirorpactic was quackery, the tool still saw fit to treat patients and bill their insurance companies knowing he was practicing quackery. A con's con.
In order to get paid by insurance companies, you have to provide a treatment and diagnostic code. Which ones did he use? Oh, oh, I see. The tool put down, "I adjusted this patient's neck for no reason, now pay me."
Fast forward--the tool is now pretending to be an MD with no MD degree, training or license. Not one shred of proof--then again, he is a fraud who can't back up his mouth. Says a lot--offers no proof. That's called being an 'expert'.
And you can bet the farm the tool called himself "Dr." for the 20 plus years he practiced chiropractic. He also had everyone else call him "Dr." And, of course, he sent in bills to the insurance companies as "Dr." Yet he said he did not believe, for one second, what he was doing was honest--yet he still billed and took (stole) money from the insurance companies. Good lord.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#17 Jan 28, 2014
What says it all is the name "Successful Chiropractor". Your attempt to attack another to deflect your own misdoings as a chiropractor is quite transparent.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 Jan 28, 2014
friend wrote:
No need to keep repeating yourself. So, you agree chiropractors are scammers. We get it.
Just like vaccine makers, real criminals, killers and maimers

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#19 Jan 28, 2014
Only in your twisted mind
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#20 Jan 29, 2014
Needs to be said--again, and again and again.

Once more wouldn't hurt. Enjoy.
Man, this is good.
The tool 'wisdom' says all, not some, but all of chiropractic is quackery. Next breath--he said he practiced chiropractic for over 20 years and made a lot of money during the 'mercedes 80's' when it was easy to steal from insurance companies.
See, chiropractic became quackery the day the tool went bankrupt and was unable to further scam insurance companies,that, or he is the biggest liar of all time.
Knowing, at least in his little mind that chirorpactic was quackery, the tool still saw fit to treat patients and bill their insurance companies knowing he was practicing quackery. A con's con.
In order to get paid by insurance companies, you have to provide a treatment and diagnostic code. Which ones did he use? Oh, oh, I see. The tool put down, "I adjusted this patient's neck for no reason, now pay me."
Fast forward--the tool is now pretending to be an MD with no MD degree, training or license. Not one shred of proof--then again, he is a fraud who can't back up his mouth. Says a lot--offers no proof. That's called being an 'expert'.
And you can bet the farm the tool called himself "Dr." for the 20 plus years he practiced chiropractic. He also had everyone else call him "Dr." And, of course, he sent in bills to the insurance companies as "Dr." Yet he said he did not believe, for one second, what he was doing was honest--yet he still billed and took (stole) money from the insurance companies. Good lord.

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