Business Beat: Arnel Family Chiroprac...

Business Beat: Arnel Family Chiropractic - Come In For The 20th Anniversary Special

There are 13 comments on the Orange Live story from Mar 27, 2014, titled Business Beat: Arnel Family Chiropractic - Come In For The 20th Anniversary Special. In it, Orange Live reports that:

Dr. Arnel is the founder of Arnel Family Chiropractic, a family practice located at 233 Boston Post Road in a 2-story stucco house diagonally across the street from the Duchess restaurant.

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Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Mar 28, 2014
"Believe it or not, chiropractors are now adjusting newborn babies (at the parents’ request) because the birthing process can be traumatic. Croup, colic, ear infections and other baby illnesses can occur from the pulling and twisting of the baby’s head and neck while being born."

OH we believe it alright. These chiroquackers know NO bounds when making their ridiculous claims.

Here's an idea mr. chiropractor ..... how about a little evidence before scamming more innocent and desperate people.
Placebo

Bradenton, FL

#2 Mar 28, 2014
Life graduate "Board Certified in Radiology."

This appears to be the usual misrepresentation of the facts. Just like when Chiropractors say they did an "Internship" which the average person assumes is one year of hospital training after medical school. For a chiropractor it is wearing a white coat in the student clinic.

How about when they say they did " three years of training" to become a Pediatric Chiropractor........300 hours of classroom at an airport Holiday Inn spread out over three years.

How about the stethoscope around the neck? For what?
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#3 Mar 31, 2014
Both "placebo and wisdom' agree that 100,000 deaths per year in the US caused by "properly prescribed drugs" is not a large figure. To them it's the cost of doing business. Nothing personal. Says the creeps, "Hey, none of those 100,000 were among my family, so hey, what the hey, what's the big deal? They're just numbers anyway."
Didn't Hitler have his followers do drug experiments on innocent people? Isn't that known as a Holocaust when hundreds of thousands of people are tortured and murdered? Isn't the outcome the same? Just asking.
http://www.alternet.org/story/147318/100,000_...

These 100,000 innocent patients trusted their doctors and trusted the drug companies to do the right thing. These 100,000 innocent people (mind you, 100,000 EACH Year) took drugs that were "well researched and had tons and tons of evidence and science behind them," yet they still died. Both wisdom and placebo should console the grieving families after the funerals. "There, there now. Your daughter died from well researched drugs. Feel better now?" And..."Thank goodness a chiropractor didn't use that clicker on her. She may have been alive today."
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Mar 31, 2014
Placebo, funny how this self proclaimed chiropractor has no idea what you are talking about.

He probably advertises that he is "board certified", knowing that every chiropractor has to pass the "national boards" to be considered for a license. A far different meaning than "board certified" in a medical specialty.

And lookie lookie, here's another chiropractor bashing the pharmaceutical industry hoping to justify chiropractic. Shocked!

But here's her chance, name just one "chiropractic" technique/treatment that has legitimate evidence to support its use for a specific condition........

waiting .......

Oh what people don't know about the chiropractic industry.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Mar 31, 2014
Its also funny that this quack bashes the pharmaceutical industry and in other columns he claims that chiropractor are experts in pharmacology and that they "prescribe" drugs just like MDs.

Talk about a dumb ass chiropractor.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#6 Mar 31, 2014
Typical jealous response from the idiot wisdom.
No imbecile, I do not care to prescribe drugs. I am way too busy getting people well with chiropractic. I average over 180 patients per week. Oh, and all cash. There is no better profession than chiropractic. I never have to worry about reading a funeral announcement in the paper generated by a patient who died from a "properly prescribed drug." Read below.

http://www.alternet.org/story/147318/100,000_...

Like I was saying......

Both "placebo and wisdom' agree that 100,000 deaths per year in the US caused by "properly prescribed drugs" is not a large figure. To them it's the cost of doing business. Nothing personal. Says the creeps, "Hey, none of those 100,000 were among my family, so hey, what the hey, what's the big deal? They're just numbers anyway."
Didn't Hitler have his followers do drug experiments on innocent people? Isn't that known as a Holocaust when hundreds of thousands of people are tortured and murdered? Isn't the outcome the same? Just asking.

These 100,000 innocent patients trusted their doctors and trusted the drug companies to do the right thing. These 100,000 innocent people (mind you, 100,000 EACH Year) took drugs that were "well researched and had tons and tons of evidence and science behind them," yet they still died. Both wisdom and placebo should console the grieving families after the funerals. "There, there now. Your daughter died from well researched drugs. Feel better now?" And..."Thank goodness a chiropractor didn't use that clicker on her. She may have been alive today."
Dr Callahan

Central Islip, NY

#7 Mar 31, 2014
I too noticed the hypocrisy from the chiropractor from Chicago. On the one hand he thinks that chiropractors can prescribe, even though NO chiropractor does, then he rales against medcial doctors for doing what he wishes chiropractors can do.

And then claiming he's "successful". Just how unprofessional can one be?
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#8 Apr 1, 2014
he he he The imbecile 'wisdom' has lost the argument, yet again, so she is now resorting to desperate measures by posting as her alter-ego imbecile, callahan.
Both imbeciles lie without batting an eye. Fact: Chiropractors in NM do prescribe drugs. A five second google search will verify that. But the imbecile, like always, lies directly in your face.
I choose not to prescribe. I am way, way too busy getting people well with chiropractic. I see close to 200 patients a week. All cash. Chiropractic is the best profession ever.
By the way, 100,000 funerals a year, in this country alone, are generated by "properly prescribed, well researched, evidence based drugs."
http://www.alternet.org/story/147318/100,000_...

Let's have 'wis-cal' do chaplain work to soothe the grieving families after the funerals. "No worries. Your daughter died from well researched drugs. Thank goodness chiropractic wasn't used on her. She would have been alive today--and you wouldn't have wanted that."
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#9 Apr 2, 2014
" Chiropractors in NM do prescribe drugs. "

Was the daughter killed from a chiropractor prescription?

Wait, there's not one chiropractor from NM who is registered through the state licensing authorities.

Gee mr. chiropractor, you lied again.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Apr 2, 2014
Not one chiropractor registered in the The New Mexico Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP).

My my my. The lying chiropractor at it again.

Problem with you lying chiropractors? The internet.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#11 Apr 2, 2014
Wisdom just lied again. A ten second google search shows that NM chiropractdors are registered and do prescribe. Than again, we expect nothing else other lies from wisdom. Everything she has ever said, without exception, is a flat out bald face lie. Everything.

Good link: http://www.alternet.org/story/147318/100,000_...

Over 100,000 innocent Americans die each year from 'well researched, properly prescribed drugs." According to the article, that's a low estimate.
The liar wisdom, who is not an MD, sees nothing wrong with it. Then again, wisdom is an EKG tech in a medicaid hospital. I guess that should count for something. Keeps her off the welfare rolls for the time being.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Apr 2, 2014
Time to give it up. But here's your chance NAME ONE CHIROPRACTOR in NM who is prescribing pharmaceuticals.

Just one mr. dumb ass. just one.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

#13 Apr 2, 2014
Wisdom just lied again. NM chiropractors do prescribe drugs. But, as always, she lied to your face--even though a ten second google search can prove what I just said. Yup--wisdom just lied again. What else is new?
But hey, she's no MD. In fact she's an EKG tech in a medicaid hospital. Nothing wrong with that--keeps her off the welfare rolls, at least for a little while.

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