Chesapeake Chiropractor Suggests Activator Method to Relieve Pain When Other Treatments Fail
There are 8 comments on the GlobeNewswire story from Sep 23, 2012, titled Chesapeake Chiropractor Suggests Activator Method to Relieve Pain When Other Treatments Fail. In it, GlobeNewswire reports that:
Atlantic Chiropractic and Rehabilitation in Chesapeake, VA is raising awareness about the benefits of the Activator Method.
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#1 Sep 23, 2012
"Chesapeake Chiropractor Suggests Activator Method"
Of course he does, HE's A QUACK!
Lets be clear, there is NO evidence to support the use of the clicker "activator".
A full investigation needs to be done.
#2 Sep 23, 2012
are u wisdoom? ahahahahha
#3 Sep 24, 2012
I vote for Wisdom. I don't know why they allow chiropractors to exist.
#4 Sep 24, 2012
"WFT"--yet another garden variety, dime 'o dozen loser who is jealous of successful chiropractors.
My guess--WFT can say "should I leave room for cream?" in three languages.
Hey, how is that door-to-door magazine subscription job working out for you? ahhhhhhhhh ha ha ha ha
#5 Sep 24, 2012
"expose", only another activator using quack would respond the way you just did.
Hey, here's an idea, why don't you link us the supposed evidence you have for using the "activator".
Oh my. Did I just expose another chiroquacker as an idiot?
#6 Sep 25, 2012
My guess, and mind you, this is just a rough guess, I'll say it took the loser, wisdom, less than three weeks to fail in practice. Why? Oh, ever so simple: he's inept.
Right now there are thousands of successful chiropractors around the world helping millions of people out of pain and disabilities. Wisdom, obviously, had no skill.
See folks, the reason people go into chiropractic is because they themselves had a good experience with one--usually they had a condition no one else could help, and the chiropractor did.
We can only guess that the loser, wisdom, originally went into chiropractic because he himself had a condition no one else could help him with--but a chiropractor did. Fast forward, he became a chiropractor, but left school with no clinical skills which every chiropractor must have, and zero social skills. That's a recipe for failure--which is what happened to wisdom. It's hard to make a go in private practice if you're a jerk and a creep like wisdom.
Fast forward again--he now is angry and jealous of successful chiropractors, and continues to lie about being an MD in critical care. At most (and this is generous)he's an EMG technician. Nothing wrong with that, but technicians don't make decisions. Can you imagine wisdom making a medical decision for you?? For anyone? God help us all.
#7 Sep 25, 2012
So much for producing "evidence".
Love the name calling though. Indeed, you are a chiropractor.
Since: Sep 12
#9 Sep 25, 2012
Is this a tool name or something that uses for the treatment of chiropractic??
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