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

#64 Aug 24, 2012
All of this can be verified simply by going the loser's water cooler, chirotalk. Wisdom is a liar. He knows it. I just exposed chirotalk as a cult.

Hey, just my opinion, but chirotalk is a cult website started by a failed chiropractor. Look at the site. The chiropractor who started chirotalk failed in practice. He is the main contributor to chirotalk. He is the editor of chirotalk. If you disagree with him he kicks you off. That's how fair and balanced chirotalk is. I'll repeat that: If you disagree with the administrator he will kick you off.
That's the feature that makes it a cult. I'll say it again. If you disagree with the admin he'll kick you off. That=cult. The admin only wants HIS content on chirotalk--and his clones. No one else.
Look up everything I'm saying. When wisdom lies, he tells the big lie--his lies sound so fantastic they HAVE to be true. But wisdom lies, nonetheless.
Just glance at chirotalk for fifteen seconds--you tell me who started 98% of the posts. You tell me whose content is on those posts--98% admin. Now, look at the fake posters. There are NO MD's or DO's that post there. Wisdom said there were but they are ALL fictitious handles.
If you want to feel better about yourself, then by all means visit chirotalk. You'll thank your lucky stars your not one of those losers.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#65 Aug 24, 2012
Glad you are reading chirotalk.

Too bad your response is filled with lies and distortions. Nothing new.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#66 Aug 24, 2012
All of this can be verified simply by going the loser's water cooler, chirotalk. Wisdom is a liar. He knows it. I just exposed chirotalk as a cult.

Hey, just my opinion, but chirotalk is a cult website started by a failed chiropractor. Look at the site. The chiropractor who started chirotalk failed in practice. He is the main contributor to chirotalk. He is the editor of chirotalk. If you disagree with him he kicks you off. That's how fair and balanced chirotalk is. I'll repeat that: If you disagree with the administrator he will kick you off.
That's the feature that makes it a cult. I'll say it again. If you disagree with the admin he'll kick you off. That=cult. The admin only wants HIS content on chirotalk--and his clones. No one else.
Look up everything I'm saying. When wisdom lies, he tells the big lie--his lies sound so fantastic they HAVE to be true. But wisdom lies, nonetheless.
Just glance at chirotalk for fifteen seconds--you tell me who started 98% of the posts. You tell me whose content is on those posts--98% admin. Now, look at the fake posters. There are NO MD's or DO's that post there. Wisdom said there were but they are ALL fictitious handles.
If you want to feel better about yourself, then by all means visit chirotalk. You'll thank your lucky stars your not one of those losers.
me

Haslet, TX

#67 Aug 25, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Glad you are reading chirotalk.

Too bad your response is filled with lies and distortions. Nothing new.
Wisdom
Washington is so immature. He assumes things. Like I'm angry and ignorant. He knows nothing about me. I ran a Bank for years and a 10MM business. I hope he treats his employees well. Anyway I'm doing much better. Was pain free for two days now just sore. I wanted to ask you a question about something my doc said but wasn't in the mood to listen to Mr. Know it all.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#68 Aug 25, 2012
I had a great day at the office today! On Saturdays I'm busy, usually not this busy. I ended up treating 27 people today--before 1:00!(started at 8:30).
Tons of spinal decompression and cold laser therapy. It is loads of fun in practic when everyone gets better! There is nothing like being a successful chiropractor. Great fun!
Cure Me PLEASE

Winnipeg, Canada

#69 Aug 27, 2012
I have genital warts. Can your magic laying of hands help? I'm reallt itchy and need some scratching. Do you have long nails?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#70 Aug 27, 2012
Cure Me PLEASE wrote:
I have genital warts. Can your magic laying of hands help? I'm reallt itchy and need some scratching. Do you have long nails?
No, but you have long teeth. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh ha ha ha!!!
Cure me PLEASE

Winnipeg, Canada

#71 Aug 27, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>
No, but you have long teeth. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh ha ha ha!!!
You know I don't. Thanks for the treatment though.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#72 Aug 28, 2012
Wondering why washboy won't claim he can cure warts? on other blogs he said he can cure deep wounds, eczema, add, adhd, spinal stenosis and , yes .. goldfish.

Very strange those quacks.

"me", glad you're feeling a bit better. Feel free to ask me anything. We can ignore that idiot washington chiro. He's probably too busy healing all those diabetic and amputation wounds. He truly is one delusional chiropractor.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#73 Aug 28, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Wondering why washboy won't claim he can cure warts? on other blogs he said he can cure deep wounds, eczema, add, adhd, spinal stenosis and , yes .. goldfish.
Very strange those quacks.
"me", glad you're feeling a bit better. Feel free to ask me anything. We can ignore that idiot washington chiro. He's probably too busy healing all those diabetic and amputation wounds. He truly is one delusional chiropractor.
Yes,'me', please do ask the fraud wisdom anything. If he gives you medical advice he'd be practicing medicine, not only without a license, but without a degree. Those types of promptly thrown in jail.
me

Haslet, TX

#74 Aug 29, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>Yes,'me', please do ask the fraud wisdom anything. If he gives you medical advice he'd be practicing medicine, not only without a license, but without a degree. Those types of promptly thrown in jail.
Grow up and you have no idea what I was going to. By the way how are you.
me

Haslet, TX

#75 Aug 29, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Wondering why washboy won't claim he can cure warts? on other blogs he said he can cure deep wounds, eczema, add, adhd, spinal stenosis and , yes .. goldfish.

Very strange those quacks.

"me", glad you're feeling a bit better. Feel free to ask me anything. We can ignore that idiot washington chiro. He's probably too busy healing all those diabetic and amputation wounds. He truly is one delusional chiropractor.
I asked my dr what my options were since the meds don't seem to be helping.
He told me I had several things wrong with my neck. One being spasms, two I have arthritis that they don't see this bad in someone my age.(and several other things wrong by the way a quack was given more that 6 months to help me he just made it worse.) they see it in 65 year olds. I'm no where close to 65. Of course he tip toed around the questions being that I lost my Dad due to failed back surgery and they overdosed him on heparin.( his wound never closed) and i didn't see a quack there proving he could help him) He said my neck was like someone with a bad knee. Well I also know about knee problems my son blew both in football.
I just agreed to his suggestions what I wanted to ask was how long can I continue doing this. At some point I'll more than likely have to have surgery right??
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#76 Aug 30, 2012
"me", I strongly suggest you see a board certified physiatrist. They are medical doctors who specialize in physical medicine. They are far more educated in physical medicine AND they have all the treatment options at their disposal. They are evidenced based (as oppose to most chiropractors). Don't be so quick to think surgery as your ultimate option.

This quack washington can't help but inject himself into the conversation. He can't let go the fact that I exposed him as a kook chiropractors for making such claims as treating deep wounds, curing add and adhd, eczema, trigeminal neuralgia etc etc. He's typical as chiropractors go.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#77 Aug 30, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
"me", I strongly suggest you see a board certified physiatrist. They are medical doctors who specialize in physical medicine. They are far more educated in physical medicine AND they have all the treatment options at their disposal. They are evidenced based (as oppose to most chiropractors). Don't be so quick to think surgery as your ultimate option.
This quack washington can't help but inject himself into the conversation. He can't let go the fact that I exposed him as a kook chiropractors for making such claims as treating deep wounds, curing add and adhd, eczema, trigeminal neuralgia etc etc. He's typical as chiropractors go.
Glad to see wisdom didn't offer any real medical advice. If he did he'd be promptly arrested arrested for practicing medicine without a license. See, it's hard to get a medical license if you had no MD degree--like the fraud wisdom who has none.
me

Haslet, TX

#78 Aug 30, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>Glad to see wisdom didn't offer any real medical advice. If he did he'd be promptly arrested arrested for practicing medicine without a license. See, it's hard to get a medical license if you had no MD degree--like the fraud wisdom who has none.
I asked for advice he have it. Go crack a neck it something.
CODY

Anderson, IN

#79 Aug 30, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>
Glad to see wisdom didn't offer any real medical advice. If he did he'd be promptly arrested arrested for practicing medicine without a license. See, it's hard to get a medical license if you had no MD degree--like the fraud wisdom who has none.
What's the matter Washboy...cats got your tongue all tied up.....for a Chirquacker that is so successful and so busy.....you are always on this site......and as always....you never have an intelligent thought to bring to the table, except your feeble attempts to discredit everyone that posts an intelligent comment. Do everyone a favor.....stop posting......go out for a jog or something.....and people come to see you for "help" in your office? It amazes me how gullible some people must be in your neck of the woods. Take a long hike "Doc".....the ultimate ChiroQuacker......fore.......
me

Haslet, TX

#80 Aug 30, 2012
CODY wrote:
<quoted text>What's the matter Washboy...cats got your tongue all tied up.....for a Chirquacker that is so successful and so busy.....you are always on this site......and as always....you never have an intelligent thought to bring to the table, except your feeble attempts to discredit everyone that posts an intelligent comment. Do everyone a favor.....stop posting......go out for a jog or something.....and people come to see you for "help" in your office? It amazes me how gullible some people must be in your neck of the woods. Take a long hike "Doc".....the ultimate ChiroQuacker......fore.......
AMEN
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#81 Aug 30, 2012
CODY wrote:
<quoted text>
What's the matter Washboy...cats got your tongue all tied up.....for a Chirquacker that is so successful and so busy.....you are always on this site......and as always....you never have an intelligent thought to bring to the table, except your feeble attempts to discredit everyone that posts an intelligent comment. Do everyone a favor.....stop posting......go out for a jog or something.....and people come to see you for "help" in your office? It amazes me how gullible some people must be in your neck of the woods. Take a long hike "Doc".....the ultimate ChiroQuacker......fore.......
Ok loser. I'll stop posting right now. In fact I won't even post what I'm writing now. he he he
Hey, how's Trump today? Is he still drooling over your Ecco (2 c's) golf shoes? he he he
Cody is the typical loser. Claims to be rich, then claims he rats on successful chiropractors for a living "out of his high moral integrity." Nothing funnier and more pathetic than a bible banger who talks about the good old days, the 'mercedes 80's', when insurance companies were ripe for picking--then gets all moral and biblical, trumpeting integrity when they reach middle age and re-evaluate their life.
Oh, ok. I'll stop posting. I'll do anything you say, your Royal Anus,er, I mean Highness. Sorry.
me

Haslet, TX

#82 Aug 30, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
"me", I strongly suggest you see a board certified physiatrist. They are medical doctors who specialize in physical medicine. They are far more educated in physical medicine AND they have all the treatment options at their disposal. They are evidenced based (as oppose to most chiropractors). Don't be so quick to think surgery as your ultimate option.

This quack washington can't help but inject himself into the conversation. He can't let go the fact that I exposed him as a kook chiropractors for making such claims as treating deep wounds, curing add and adhd, eczema, trigeminal neuralgia etc etc. He's typical as chiropractors go.
Wisdom this is my PM
http://reg.tmb.state.tx.us/OnLineVerif/Phys_R...
I love him. He never suggested surgery. He's the best. Great bedside manner.
Before him I was seeing
http://reg.tmb.state.tx.us/OnLineVerif/Phys_R...
He did injections once but I never seen him went I went it, his PA was very rude. Did nothing for my pain but gave me one trigger injection at a time.
When we lived in Beaumont I was going to a neurologist who helped my Dad before his death and he sent me to a PM who gave me one injection that Hurt so bad. I refused to go back. The
neurologist told me when I can't handle the pain any longer it's time for surgery.
Benjie

Burbank, CA

#83 Nov 23, 2012
Chiropractors are trained in examining the joints, bones, muscles, and tendons of the spine, head, neck, extremities, and other areas of the body with the purpose of noting misalignment, tenderness, asymmetry, defects or other problems. I don’t think the chiropractors are capable of reversing the effects of osteoporosis. The best way to prevent osteoporosis is proper diet and regular exercise. Some osteoporotic patients have widely-used bone drugs such as Fosamax but are reported to be associated with various negative effects on its users. The manufacturer of Fosamax, Merck & Co, is faced with numerous lawsuits filed by injured patients. For more information, you may refer at http://www.fosamaxinjurylawsuitcenter.com .

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