Chiropractor Breaks Baby's Neck, Allowed To Keep Practicing
An Australian chiropractor who broke a baby's neck during a repositioning is being allowed to keep practicing as long as he underwent additional education, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
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#1 Sep 30, 2013
" A 2007 study published in the journal Pediatrics found that performing spinal manipulations on children could lead to adverse side effects, like brain hemorrhaging and paraplegia, the Herald reported.
"the chiropractor in question had agreed to complete further education."
What an absolute joke. Chiropractors get virtually NO training in the examination, diagnosis and treatments of infants or newborns.
So why, would any person think that they are somehow qualified to "treat" them?
Investigate these quacks and shut them down.
#2 Sep 30, 2013
Wisdom has no clue what he's talking about. He's not an MD.
The above incident is less than 1 in ten million. In the meantime, prescription drugs and botched surgeries kill and maim over a half a million people a year--in this country alone.
Why don't those make the news more often?????
#3 Oct 1, 2013
Let's see, drugs have side effects sooo .......... now follow the chiropractic logic here ........ without any training in the examination, diagnosis or treatments of newborns and infants, chiropractors are qualified to do just that.
I see now.
Dumb ass chiropractor.
#4 Oct 1, 2013
Says wisdom, "Dumb ass chiropractor." Spoken like the board certified "head of the department" neurosurgeon he says he is. he he he
See my point? And this nut job is offering advice.
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