Advanced Chiropractic Group Adds Impu...

Advanced Chiropractic Group Adds Impulse Adjusting to Services

There are 16 comments on the GlobeNewswire story from Jul 20, 2014, titled Advanced Chiropractic Group Adds Impulse Adjusting to Services. In it, GlobeNewswire reports that:

The wellness team at Advanced Chiropractic Group is pleased to announce the addition of impulse adjusting to its list of chiropractic services.

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Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#1 Jul 20, 2014
"The impulse adjusting instrument is among the latest advancements in neuromedical instruments. Dr. York said."

ha ha ha Another quack adding bogus and unfounded "therapy" to his "treatment" regime.

Since there is NO legitimate research that support using the "impulse" for any condition, the claim that its the "latest" is outright bull crap.

More chiropractic quackery on display. Idiots and scam artists.
Chiropractor from Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Jul 20, 2014
Ha HA yet another lie by wisdom.

See folks, it's so simple: wisdom, by his own admission, failed as a chiropractor. He's now bitter and jealous of successful chiropractors. End of story.
Oh, I was very busy last week--saw over 160 patients. I get great results with chiropractic. There's nothing like it. I get to help thousands of people a year and make a ton of money doing it--ALL cash, and my overhead is very low. In fact, ridiculously low. Just four treatment rooms. I have a great decompression table. Man do I get fantastic results with disc cases. The rest are adjusting tables. I do more adjusting than anything.
Chiropractic is the greatest profession EVER. Great income, low stress. Can't beat it.
Michael2327

Orlando, FL

#3 Nov 18, 2014
My son won't stop complaining about his back hurting. I thought he was just doing it to avoid school, but now I'm a little nervous. I think I should try to get him to a chiropractor. Is there anything else you would suggest I do for him? http://chandlerchiropracticcenter.com/service...
isdomWisdom

Williston Park, NY

#4 Nov 19, 2014
"Is there anything else you would suggest I do for him?"

Get him to a medical doctor who is board certified in physical medicine.

Why would you consider taking him to a chiropractor who likely engages in quackery?
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#5 Nov 19, 2014
Maybe 'wisdom 'the pimp' engaged in quackery before he lost his license to practice chiropractic. Now the pimp is unemployed--oh, but if you believe his $%%# he's the "head of neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital." he he he
I had a great day today--treated over 55 patients. Fantastic results. I have a busy all cash practice. I don't accept dime-on of insurance. Chiropractic is the best profession--EVER. It's a ton of fun. I can't wait to get ot my office each day.
Dr Sum Ting Wong DC

Gainesville, GA

#6 Nov 20, 2014
Permit me to introduce myself.....my name is Doctor Sum Ting Wong. My patients affectionately call me "Doctor Ting." I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the prestigious Life University, considered to be the Harvard of Chiropractic schools. All this despite my 2.5 GPA in Junior College.

I decided to become a Chiropractor at the age of 2 when I fell out of my play pen and sustained a debilitating back injury. Despite my mother kissing my boo boo and dangerous analgesics provided by my Allopathic Pediatrician, I received no relief until beginning 3 times-a-week chiropractic adjustments which continued until the age of ten.

I am happy to report that I still get adjusted 3 times-a-week, but now it's for persistent right shoulder pain which results from me carrying money bags to the bank every Friday. This also makes me walk with a limp, but it's worth it considering all the money that I make. All cash, by the way, because.....I don't need no stinkin' insurance!

My wife, Dr Bang Ding Ow, is also a Chiropractor. We met while students at the prestigious Life University, considered the Harvard of Chiropractic schools. She is a "Pediatric" Chiropractor who does not "treat" ADHD, autism, bed wetting, otitis media, or colic, but rather releases "nerve interference" thus allowing the body to heal itself.
Dr Sum Ting Wong DC

Gainesville, GA

#7 Nov 20, 2014
I can't wait to take my cash to the bank.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#8 Nov 20, 2014
I just wrapped up another fanastic day at my chiropractic clinic. It's great being a chiropractor.
I treated 64 patients today--lots of interesting cases. Lots of great results.
I have a 100% cash practice. I don't accept dime-one of ANY third party payment. Not a single dime.
Plus, if my patients don't get better, they don't pay. I wonder how many MD's work that way. Just wondering. Also, my patients know that if they don't have the ability to pay, I won't charge them. I can't see turning anyone away just because they're broke.
I can't wait to get to my office every day. Chiropractic is a ton of fun. I can't believe my luck that I found such a wonderful profession. And the pay ain't so bad either!!
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#9 Nov 21, 2014
"She is a "Pediatric" Chiropractor who does not "treat" ADHD, autism, bed wetting, otitis media, or colic, but rather releases "nerve interference" thus allowing the body to heal itself."

BINGO!

There are 2 types of chiropractors. The first; believes this bullshit and defrauds innocent and desperate people. the second; knows this is bullshit and continues to defraud people anyway.

Dr. Ting, you obviously know a ting or two about chiropractic.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#10 Nov 21, 2014
"ting" and 'wisdom" are officially bed partners. Sort of like "losers of a feather."
Both failed as chiropractors.
I got to get back to work now. I treated 37 patients this morning--about 20 to go.
I have a wildly successful ALL CASH practice. I help tons of people a year and make a fantastic living doing it. Chiropractic is best profession EVER!
Dr Sum Ting Wong DC

Bradenton, FL

#11 Nov 21, 2014
I am not a failure. I have perfected a technique which makes me a lot of cash money. It is called the "Wong Technique" and I teach it at seminars held at airport Holiday Inns throughout the Southeast. I make a lot of money from this also.

The technique involves simultaneously pressing on both eyeballs with the thumbs, exerting mild pressure on the temples with the index finger, and moving the jaw up and down about once every three seconds using the remaining fingers. This goes on for about 5 minutes, so that you can easily do this on 10 "practice partners" per hour. At $50 a crack, that's a cool $500 per hour, leaving me 10 minutes per hour to count my money.

This technique is useful in treating "deep wounds," irritable bowel syndrome, adrenal fatigue, and turning breech babies.

The science behind this is actually very simple. Pressing on the eyeball sends a wave of nerve impulses through the optic nerves.....this then speeds up the flow of cerebrospinal fluid throughout the brain. This increased wave action of the fluid cleanses the brain of toxins thus allowing a freer flow of "nerve energy" to the spinal cord. From there you know the rest.

What I really like about Chiropractic is the money.....and that people in the community know that I am a Doctor.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#12 Nov 22, 2014
Also, make sure you don't make an appointment with a Caribbean trained 'doctor'. Even the 'best' Caribbean "medical schools" are diploma mills. Heck, you don't even have to attend--send them the money and they'll send you the pigskin. Bottom line: You are taking your life in your own hands if you allow yourself to get treated by an island trained 'doctor.' I wouldn't let them treat a hangnail.
If you insist on getting treated by an island 'doctor' make sure your life insurance is paid in full and your affairs are in order. But don't tell your insurance company who your doctor is--they might think it was intentional or assisted suicide and not pay on your policy.
A pharmacy tech in a drug store who also works the photo department has had more medical training than a Caribbean trained 'doctor.' All, not some, but ALL Caribbean medical schools are shams.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#13 Nov 23, 2014
Says our resident chiropractor, "Even the 'best' Caribbean "medical schools" are diploma mills."

Never been there. But I know for sure that these medical doctors go on to pass the rigorous USMLE and do years of residency training and board certifications.

Chiropractors, not so much.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#14 Nov 23, 2014
The fraud and liar wisdom (the flying pimp) said this about Caribbean medical schools. "Never been there." No kidding. For that matter he was never enrolled in ANY medical school.
Thus a repeat:
Also, make sure you don't make an appointment with a Caribbean trained 'doctor'. Even the 'best' Caribbean "medical schools" are diploma mills. Heck, you don't even have to attend--send them the money and they'll send you the pigskin. Bottom line: You are taking your life in your own hands if you allow yourself to get treated by an island trained 'doctor.' I wouldn't let them treat a hangnail.
If you insist on getting treated by an island 'doctor' make sure your life insurance is paid in full and your affairs are in order. But don't tell your insurance company who your doctor is--they might think it was intentional or assisted suicide and not pay on your policy.
A pharmacy tech in a drug store who also works the photo department has had more medical training than a Caribbean trained 'doctor.' All, not some, but ALL Caribbean medical schools are shams.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#15 Nov 24, 2014
Says our resident chiroquack, "A pharmacy tech in a drug store who also works the photo department has had more medical training than a Caribbean trained 'doctor.' "

Funny, but at my hospital, some of the top physicians received their medical school didactic training at schools like Grenada and Ross. Then went on to residency training at top hospitals like Yale, NYU and Columbia.

Nuf said. Such an ignorant chiropractor.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#16 Nov 24, 2014
wisdom 'the flying pimp' just lied.
First, the pimp not an MD. That's clear. The pimp said, "At my hospital..." AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HA. Well, he's not an MD so he must be a patient in the mental ward. And second, no Caribbean "doctor" (and I use that term loosely) can be trusted. All are flunkies. If you notice the "island" medical school logo on their mail order diploma, run as if your life depended on it--cause it does. That, or make sure your life insurance was paid in full. I wouldn't trust an island doctor to clip a hangnail.

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