Chiropractor offers hope, treats oste...

Chiropractor offers hope, treats osteoporosis

There are 84 comments on the SFGate story from Jul 3, 2012, titled Chiropractor offers hope, treats osteoporosis. In it, SFGate reports that:

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

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Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#23 Jul 31, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
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.
It's even more fun exposing wisdom as the fraud he is.
For years he said he wasn't an MD or chiropractor. Now, within weeks, he's not only an MD and chiropractor, but head of neurosurgery at a NY hospital.
Does Coney Island also have a contest for the biggest liar? If so, mrwisdom,'the super liar' would win!
me

Haslet, TX

#24 Jul 31, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>It's even more fun exposing wisdom as the fraud he is.
For years he said he wasn't an MD or chiropractor. Now, within weeks, he's not only an MD and chiropractor, but head of neurosurgery at a NY hospital.
Does Coney Island also have a contest for the biggest liar? If so, mrwisdom,'the super liar' would win!
like I said I have followed him for a while and he has always said he was in both. I never heard anything about NY hospital but like I said I haven't been on in a while.
Ruel

West Chicago, IL

#25 Aug 3, 2012
Various therapies, how different they may be, may still carry their own distinct risks like side effects. This treatment may be promising though especiall to people who would want to avoid side effects from medications. Some patients with osteoporosis for instance, have reportedly endured adverse effects from bisphosphonate medications. Related material from http://www.fosamax-lawsuit.net may have helpful information regarding legal claims emerging from bisphosphonates, Fosamax, and their side effects.
Cody

Cranbrook, Canada

#26 Aug 3, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>
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.
..Oh, now we all get it....the ones who speak the truth here..... that is about the BS of Chiropractic that is. WE all have the anger issues.....really?...Kind of odd that so many of us have anger issues but you deem yourself holier than thou and have it all together.....keep repeating your mantra....and you may start to believe it.....I suggest re-reading all of your moronic posts "Doc Washboy".....and then you'll see who is truly angry. Fore!!!!!!....
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#28 Aug 4, 2012
Cody wrote:
<quoted text>
..Oh, now we all get it....the ones who speak the truth here..... that is about the BS of Chiropractic that is. WE all have the anger issues.....really?...Kind of odd that so many of us have anger issues but you deem yourself holier than thou and have it all together.....keep repeating your mantra....and you may start to believe it.....I suggest re-reading all of your moronic posts "Doc Washboy".....and then you'll see who is truly angry. Fore!!!!!!....
he he I suggest everyone here buy a pair of ECCO golf shoes so you can have the same high status as mrcody. Oh, and maybe mrcody, the liar, will toss you a piece of his ever so delectable broiled salmon. And if you're real good, he'll introduce you to his best bud Donald Trump, whom cody says he golfs with every day.
he he he Liars are way too funny.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#29 Aug 4, 2012
You are correct "me". I was a chiropractor and now practice critical care medicine. I also have a PhD in neurophysiology. I am more than qualified to expose the overwhelming amount of fraud in chiropractic. I enjoy it.

You saw that this chiropractor "washboy" lied, again. As he usually does. Time to move on.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#30 Aug 4, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
You are correct "me". I was a chiropractor and now practice critical care medicine. I also have a PhD in neurophysiology. I am more than qualified to expose the overwhelming amount of fraud in chiropractic. I enjoy it.
You saw that this chiropractor "washboy" lied, again. As he usually does. Time to move on.
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHH HA HA HA! Wisdom, the liar, doesn't do himself justice." You are correct "me". I was a chiropractor and now practice critical care medicine. I also have a PhD in neurophysiology."
Let me add to that. Not only does the liar wisdom claim he's a chiropractor and MD, oh, and a phd in neurophiz, he has also claimed, at one time or another, that he has three other doctorates, two master degrees, and six or seven undergraduate degrees. Wisdom is yet another garden variety liar who forgets what he says. But I didn't!
Too, too funny.
To be clear, wisdom has never been anything but a liar--not an MD, not a DC, or phd. Just a liar.
Exposing liars like wisdom is so much fun. My pleasure.
Grace

New York, NY

#31 Aug 10, 2012
Osteoporosis is a debilitating disease that is not to be underestimated. It is best to consult an expert that specializes on bone health to be able to best approach osteoporosis. Some may prescribe medications like Fosamax. It is of utmost importance that a patient discusses his or her comprehensive medical history to avoid Fosamax adverse effects featured in this site http://www.fosamax-lawsuit.net/osteonecrosis-...
Wisdom

Puerto Rico

#32 Aug 11, 2012
You are correct Grace, a chiropractor is NOT the person to see for an evaluation of osteoporosis. Chiropractic training is severely lacking .... To say the least.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#33 Aug 11, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
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.
he he he Why would anyone take advice from a liar (wisdom) who says he's a failed chiropractor and who is not an MD? he he he
Wisdom

Florida, Puerto Rico

#34 Aug 12, 2012
Better question .... Why would any intelligent person see a chiropractor four osteoporosis?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#35 Aug 12, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Better question .... Why would any intelligent person see a chiropractor four osteoporosis?
The fraud wisdom is not an MD, but he says he bought a medical degree from a Caribbean diploma mill. Man, is that credible. he he he
proud

Haslet, TX

#36 Aug 19, 2012
Grace wrote:
Osteoporosis is a debilitating disease that is not to be underestimated. It is best to consult an expert that specializes on bone health to be able to best approach osteoporosis. Some may prescribe medications like Fosamax. It is of utmost importance that a patient discusses his or her comprehensive medical history to avoid Fosamax adverse effects featured in this site http://www.fosamax-lawsuit.net/osteonecrosis-...
amen
me

Haslet, TX

#37 Aug 19, 2012
I love that wisdom does not give up.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#38 Aug 19, 2012
I enjoy exposing chiropractic quackery. Thanks for your encouragement "me".
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#39 Aug 19, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
I enjoy exposing chiropractic quackery. Thanks for your encouragement "me".
What an idiot. The fraud wisdom doesn't know that 'me' is laughing at him. So typical of a delusional con like wisdom-whom, by the way has NO chiropractic or medical degrees. No evidence of either. None.
me

Haslet, TX

#40 Aug 19, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
I enjoy exposing chiropractic quackery. Thanks for your encouragement "me".
How smart are they. Wisdom you know otherwise.
me

Haslet, TX

#41 Aug 19, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>What an idiot. The fraud wisdom doesn't know that 'me' is laughing at him. So typical of a delusional con like wisdom-whom, by the way has NO chiropractic or medical degrees. No evidence of either. None.
Shouldn't you be at church or working. That's right you don't work on weekends because no one needs your help on weekends. What a fool you are. How long does it take to learn to crack someone's bones.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#42 Aug 19, 2012
me wrote:
<quoted text>
Shouldn't you be at church or working. That's right you don't work on weekends because no one needs your help on weekends. What a fool you are. How long does it take to learn to crack someone's bones.
What a coincidence that 'me' posts from the same town as the loser wisdom. My, my, my what a coincidence that 'me' agrees with the loser wisdom. My, my, my what a coincidence.
You losers are too funny. Hey,'me', I make more money in one hour than you make in a month. Hey, but I guess welfare recipients don't care much for working anyway. Leeches like you are such a burdon on society. Get a job. Get to know what's it's like to work. You'll feel better about yourself. Ciao, baby!!
me

Haslet, TX

#43 Aug 20, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>What a coincidence that 'me' posts from the same town as the loser wisdom. My, my, my what a coincidence that 'me' agrees with the loser wisdom. My, my, my what a coincidence.
You losers are too funny. Hey,'me', I make more money in one hour than you make in a month. Hey, but I guess welfare recipients don't care much for working anyway. Leeches like you are such a burdon on society. Get a job. Get to know what's it's like to work. You'll feel better about yourself. Ciao, baby!!
Your so childish for a "professional". I don't know him or where he lives. As a matter of fact I don't even know his real name. I just moved here. And I have you know I don't have to work my husband makes more than you will ever make. If you want to get personal about it. I agree with him from experience. Maybe if you did real work you would feel better about your self. I suffer from a neck injury and was forced by my physician to discontinue therapy from you quacks. Wisdoms don't you find that too funny we don't even know one another. But mr. Washington must have a crystal ball. Because he knows it all. If I was all knowing I would have a real job in the medical field helping people instead of telling them don't drink caffeine, slapping a tens unit on someones back and a ultrasound massage. All which someone could do for them selves. http://whatstheharm.net/chiropractic.html

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