Chiropractor offers hope, treats osteoporosis

Jul 3, 2012 Full story: SFGate 84

Chiropractor Lani Simpson holds a bovine jawbone at her home in Berkeley, Calif.

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Andre B

Atlanta, GA

#1 Jul 13, 2012
But there are still different debates about chiropractors so if you want to avail this kind of service, you need to weigh things first. http://www.fosamaxfemurfracturelawsuit.com
Cody

Cranford, NJ

#2 Jul 13, 2012
The article, although having good intentions is weak. "Chiropractor offers hope, treats osteoporosis"?.....just nothing new here. I would not suggest taking advise regarding osteoporosis from just a Chiropractor. It's a bit more complex and each patient is different regarding age and severity.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#3 Jul 13, 2012
Cody wrote:
The article, although having good intentions is weak. "Chiropractor offers hope, treats osteoporosis"?.....just nothing new here. I would not suggest taking advise regarding osteoporosis from just a Chiropractor. It's a bit more complex and each patient is different regarding age and severity.
I would suggest not taking any advice from 'cody'. He's a proven liar. But he does have a brand spank'in new pair of Ecco golf shoes---and he wears them to court when he rats against other chiropractors. This creep has no credibility. And I doubt he's a chirpractor--he knows nothing of chiropractic or chiropratic education.
Cody

Cranford, NJ

#4 Jul 13, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
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I would suggest not taking any advice from 'cody'. He's a proven liar. But he does have a brand spank'in new pair of Ecco golf shoes---and he wears them to court when he rats against other chiropractors. This creep has no credibility. And I doubt he's a chirpractor--he knows nothing of chiropractic or chiropratic education.
...You're still here "Doc" ....thought we were rid of you and your lies.....do you ever have anything to say of any substance...or is this how you talk to your patients and family members as well?.....Maybe you can squeeze some osteoporosis patients in for a cold laser treatment.....in between those deep, deep wound care miracles of yours.......fore!!
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#5 Jul 13, 2012
Cody wrote:
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...You're still here "Doc" ....thought we were rid of you and your lies.....do you ever have anything to say of any substance...or is this how you talk to your patients and family members as well?.....Maybe you can squeeze some osteoporosis patients in for a cold laser treatment.....in between those deep, deep wound care miracles of yours.......fore!!
he he he Here's the essence of cody's 'substance'..."I failed as a chiropractor so now I testify (rat) twice a month against other chiropractors out of my moral integrity."
Hey, but how can you doubt someone who says he golfs with Donald Trump every day while they share the same size ECCO golf shoes. he he he
Wisdom

New Hyde Park, NY

#7 Jul 14, 2012
When you have chiropractors claiming they can cure deep wounds, reduce insulin dependence in type 1 diabetics, eczema, bed wetting, sick goldfish, sick horses, add and adhd, And when every state board of chiropractic allows their chiropractors to use bizarre chiropractic treatments like ak, nucca, sot, network, gonstead, dnft, activator etc etc then YES, most chiropractors are idiots.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#8 Jul 14, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
When you have chiropractors claiming they can cure deep wounds, reduce insulin dependence in type 1 diabetics, eczema, bed wetting, sick goldfish, sick horses, add and adhd, And when every state board of chiropractic allows their chiropractors to use bizarre chiropractic treatments like ak, nucca, sot, network, gonstead, dnft, activator etc etc then YES, most chiropractors are idiots.
This is precisely why the loser, wisdom, failed as a chiropractor. He had zero ability to help anyone.
Funny, I'm a chiropractor and am able to help thousands of people a year. And yes, I treat deep wounds with outstanding results--with the exact same cold laser as this doctor used in a hospital.
I suppose this MD who used this cold laser on that patient is a quack too--even though the patient's wound healed. See what I mean? The con, wisdom, has no clue what he's talking about. Just a fraud--like I've been saying all along. I think I'll tell that wound patient in the video that he wasn't cured because the con wisdom said he wasn't. he he he
Wound patients are the most grateful patients I have. I have about a dozen I'm treating now. Marvelous results and all cash patients. There's nothing as fun as being a successful chiropractor.
Can't help it is this wisdom character is inept.
DrCallahan

Rockville Centre, NY

#9 Jul 15, 2012
Whatever an MD does has nothing to do with what you, as a chiropractor, are qualified to do. Simply put, chiropractors are NOT qualified to examine, treat or diagnose wounds. Not bed sores, not arteriole wounds, not diabetic wounds, not infected wounds, not venous stasis wounds, not excoriation wounds, NONE.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#10 Jul 15, 2012
DrCallahan wrote:
Whatever an MD does has nothing to do with what you, as a chiropractor, are qualified to do. Simply put, chiropractors are NOT qualified to examine, treat or diagnose wounds. Not bed sores, not arteriole wounds, not diabetic wounds, not infected wounds, not venous stasis wounds, not excoriation wounds, NONE.
The con, wisdom, is yet again posting as 'drcallhan'. His latest response shows he is out of his league debating me. Way, way out of his league.
Chiropractors are licensed and trained to use cold laser therapy to treat wounds. I know. I do. I got extensive post graduate training in cold laser use and wound care.
What wisdom/cal is not telling you (since he's not a chiropractor and didn't know) is that, like medical doctors, chiropractors can take post graduate courses AFTER chiropractic school. Wis/cal did not know this. There are dozens of certifications chiropractors can take AFTER chiropractic school.
Wis/cal would have you believe that MD's are fully trained in every specialty right after medical school--nothing else required. Do you see what a fraud he is?
I treat deep wounds with a cold laser. All of my patients were first seen by an MD with little to no results. All of them.
Here's a video of an MD treating a wound with a cold laser. This patient healed quickly. The wound closed within weeks after a year plus of not closing. I get the same results.

There is nothing better than being a chiropractor. I help tons and tons of people each year and make a great living. I couldn't be happier.
Wisdom

New Hyde Park, NY

#11 Jul 15, 2012
Yes mr. chiropractor ... you were trained to wave a laser over a wound? Something a monkey can do.

You are not, however, qualified to examine, diagnose or treat any type of wound whatsoever. I work with MDs, RNs, PAs, DOs, NPs every day who are "qualified" to treat wounds. Chiropractors are NOT qualified ..... even if you saw some pictures of wounds at the holiday Inn seminar. Wait, were those pictures included in the purchase of your "laser"?

You are such a chiropractor.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#12 Jul 15, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Yes mr. chiropractor ... you were trained to wave a laser over a wound? Something a monkey can do.
You are not, however, qualified to examine, diagnose or treat any type of wound whatsoever. I work with MDs, RNs, PAs, DOs, NPs every day who are "qualified" to treat wounds. Chiropractors are NOT qualified ..... even if you saw some pictures of wounds at the holiday Inn seminar. Wait, were those pictures included in the purchase of your "laser"?
You are such a chiropractor.
Wisdom just lied.
First, I am licensed to treat and diagnose wounds. My license specifically says so. So wisdom lied right there.
Yes, it is easy to wave a laser over a wound--so what? Does it have to be complicated for it to work? Wisdom is the definition of jagoff.
I get the most amazing results with cold laser therapy, exactly like the MD in this video:

I got hands-on, in the hospital experience, with wound care. Wisdom did not know these post graduate programs exist and are available to chiropractors--some expert.
Wisdom is clearly no MD and I doubt he was ever a chiropractor-- he knows so little about either one.
If he thinks he can debate me on chiropractic he's way, way out of his league.
Hey, mrwisdom, ask your daddy for five bucks and go to the mall and play some videos.
Wisdom

New Hyde Park, NY

#14 Jul 15, 2012
Ha ha. Exactly what state allows chiropractors to diagnose and treat wounds mr. Chiropractor? Because it ain't Illinois.
Wisdom

New Hyde Park, NY

#15 Jul 15, 2012
Since chiropractors are Not trained in wound care and MDs , PAs and NPs ARE the experts, it is incumbent upon the chiropractor to refer wound patients OUT.

Any chiropractor who holds himself out be be qualified in wound care, without the requisite education, experience and "ability" to treat those wounds should be thrown in jail.

I know Illinois chiropractor like to think that they can treat everything because their scope of practice is incredibly vague, but they are held to a standard which says they have to be qualified to treat a specific condition. That includes colds, ulcers, diabetes type 1, eczema, divertic, etc etc etc.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#16 Jul 15, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Since chiropractors are Not trained in wound care and MDs , PAs and NPs ARE the experts, it is incumbent upon the chiropractor to refer wound patients OUT.
Any chiropractor who holds himself out be be qualified in wound care, without the requisite education, experience and "ability" to treat those wounds should be thrown in jail.
I know Illinois chiropractor like to think that they can treat everything because their scope of practice is incredibly vague, but they are held to a standard which says they have to be qualified to treat a specific condition. That includes colds, ulcers, diabetes type 1, eczema, divertic, etc etc etc.
Wisdom just flat out lied again--as expected.
Yes, liar, I am licensed to treat wounds in my state. It says so.
Wisdom just lied. He never read the practice act--just made up stuff--er, rather, lied.
Oh, and I do--I treat a LOT of wounds. Turn me in for doing that, you cowardly liar. he he he
Jesson B

Atlanta, GA

#17 Jul 21, 2012
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Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#18 Jul 21, 2012
he he he The liar and fraud, wisdom, whom, by the way, is no MD and no chiropractor, said he would post his website. Well, as predicted, he folded. Can't take this con's word for anything.
Chiroseth

United States

#19 Jul 21, 2012
Stop with your wound care bullsh.t Washington. I graduated several years ago from the top chiropractic school. National. No training in treating wounds. What hospital did you get trained at? What tests did you take to validate your expertise? Is your certification recognized at the state or national level?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#20 Jul 21, 2012
Chiroseth wrote:
Stop with your wound care bullsh.t Washington. I graduated several years ago from the top chiropractic school. National. No training in treating wounds. What hospital did you get trained at? What tests did you take to validate your expertise? Is your certification recognized at the state or national level?
Nice try, fraud. You are clearly not a chiropractor. So you don't warrant an answer. But you do have anger issues. Seek treatment--pronto.
me

United States

#21 Jul 31, 2012
Wisdom good to see your still at it. I followed you for a while but haven't been on in the last year.
Wisdom

Great Neck, NY

#22 Jul 31, 2012
Its a fun little hobby exposing chiropractic fraud. As a former chiropractor now working in medicine, these quacks can't get away with their BS.

One day there will be an investigation into these quacks. The poor state of the economy and the desperation for healthcare dollars should hasten the inevitable investigation. Chiropractic will be asked to validate, with legitimate evidence, their bizarre treatments. And that will be the end of them.

Can't come soon enough.

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