La Quinta clinic hosting food drive f...

La Quinta clinic hosting food drive for Coachella Valley Rescue Mission

There are 12 comments on the Desert Sun story from Nov 1, 2010, titled La Quinta clinic hosting food drive for Coachella Valley Rescue Mission. In it, Desert Sun reports that:

La Quinta chiropractor and Indian Wells Rotary Club member Naota Hashimoto is still hosting a food drive to support the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission.

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Since: Jan 11

Yucca Valley, CA

#1 Jan 14, 2011
Ive lost 35 pounds on the hormone diet and Im still losing. If you have been battling a heavy weight, I suggest you give this guy a call. Hes been great!
Aerial View

AOL

#2 Jan 14, 2011
Ron Sieg wrote:
Ive lost 35 pounds on the hormone diet and Im still losing. If you have been battling a heavy weight, I suggest you give this guy a call. Hes been great!
It's no secret that ALL so called "diets' to lose weight don't work. I think all of them are scams. All diet centers and programs do one thing: hold your hand while you pay money for THEIR products. Weight loss is a decision. You can cut calories any way and it would work if you had your own willpower.
I used to promote weight loss in my practice until I realized it was a waste of time. Anyone who loses weight with a weight loss program would have lost weight anyway--regardless of the program. Weight loss is simply the amount of calories you eat minus the claories you burn.
There's a chiropractic management firm that regularly solicits chiropractors to buy into their 'wildly successful' weight loss system 'guaranteed' to attract thousands of new patients. And for only $8,000 plus they'll whisper in your ear and tell you the secret. I can't think of a bigger scam.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#3 Jan 14, 2011
"Aerial" said, "There's a chiropractic management firm that regularly solicits chiropractors to buy into their .......... I can't think of a bigger scam."

I can. Its chiropractors who claim to be able to locate and "fix" chiropractic subluxations. Its chiropractors who claim that these fictitious "lesions". Its chiropractors who use bogus and unfounded treatments like ak, activator, pro adjuster, nucca, sot, hio, gonstead, dnft, and network.

The scammers are 99.99% of all chiropractors.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#4 Jan 14, 2011
Addendum to sentence above, "Its chiropractors who claim that these fictitious "lesions" ... cause illness and disease."
Aerial View

AOL

#5 Jan 14, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Addendum to sentence above, "Its chiropractors who claim that these fictitious "lesions" ... cause illness and disease."
Good one, fraud. NOw tell us all again which hospital lets you treat 'hundreds and hundreds' of critically ill patients each week with just the aid of a mail order neurophiz degree. AHH HA HA HA HA HA HA What a con.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#6 Jan 14, 2011
And you are ...?
Aerial View

AOL

#7 Jan 14, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
"Aerial" said, "There's a chiropractic management firm that regularly solicits chiropractors to buy into their .......... I can't think of a bigger scam."
I can. Its chiropractors who claim to be able to locate and "fix" chiropractic subluxations. Its chiropractors who claim that these fictitious "lesions". Its chiropractors who use bogus and unfounded treatments like ak, activator, pro adjuster, nucca, sot, hio, gonstead, dnft, and network.
The scammers are 99.99% of all chiropractors.
Yes, thanks for correcting me. In fact I can think of a bigger scam than weight loss, wisdom.
Wisdom has implored everyone here--BEGGED everyone to believe him when he lied and said he's the chiropractic expert. This same liar said, "Don't question me. I treat hundreds and hundreds of critically ill patients each week."
Oh, don't worry, fraud. We're not questioning you. Most hospitals in fact do allow frauds with only a mail order neurophiz degree to treat critically ill people. What was I thinking when I called you a fraud? My bad.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#8 Jan 15, 2011
Now why do you think people question quack treatments like nucca and activator and dnft? Oh I don't know, maybe because its pure bull crap?

Ya think?
Aerial View

AOL

#9 Jan 15, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Now why do you think people question quack treatments like nucca and activator and dnft? Oh I don't know, maybe because its pure bull crap?
Ya think?
Yes, thanks for correcting me. In fact I can think of a bigger scam than weight loss, wisdom.
Wisdom has implored everyone here--BEGGED everyone to believe him when he lied and said he's the chiropractic expert. This same liar said, "Don't question me. I treat hundreds and hundreds of critically ill patients each week."
Oh, don't worry, fraud. We're not questioning you. Most hospitals in fact do allow frauds with only a mail order neurophiz degree to treat critically ill people. What was I thinking when I called you a fraud? My bad.
Next post. Another installment of "Dear Dumb Ass," wisdom's new advice column. It's a forum that allows everyone to ask the Dumb Ass, wisdom, a question. Of course, if you want real answers to real questions, you'll have to ask someone who has a real medical degree and license.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#10 Jan 15, 2011
Don't just take my word. Check everything that I've said.

"aerial" on the other hand. Claims he's a chiropractor but has no idea about cult like chiropractic schools such as sherman, life and palmer. "aerial" has no idea about the actual clinical experience that chiropractic students get. He claims that chiropractors are just as qualified as medical doctors to be primary care physicians. He just doesn't know that chiropractors get NO clinical experience examining, diagnosing or treating truly sick patients. Prostate problems, the common cold, HIV, COPD, asthma, etc etc Aerial doesn't even know that it would be necessary to actually GET experience seeing sick patients FIRST, and then claiming that you are "qualified.

Just because I treat critically ill patients, doesn't mean I'm not the expert at exposing chiropractic quacks. It's my pleasure. Aerial, you can stop bashing medicine. Its very unbecoming. What semester in chiropractic school did you learn to bash medicine and those who work in medicine? I know that life chiropractic students learn to bash medicine in their first semester orientation.

I'll debate anyone anytime regarding the chiropractic enterprise.

Anyone familiar with the bizarre chiropractic treatment known as HIO?
Aerial View

AOL

#11 Jan 15, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Don't just take my word. Check everything that I've said.
"aerial" on the other hand. Claims he's a chiropractor but has no idea about cult like chiropractic schools such as sherman, life and palmer. "aerial" has no idea about the actual clinical experience that chiropractic students get. He claims that chiropractors are just as qualified as medical doctors to be primary care physicians. He just doesn't know that chiropractors get NO clinical experience examining, diagnosing or treating truly sick patients. Prostate problems, the common cold, HIV, COPD, asthma, etc etc Aerial doesn't even know that it would be necessary to actually GET experience seeing sick patients FIRST, and then claiming that you are "qualified.
Just because I treat critically ill patients, doesn't mean I'm not the expert at exposing chiropractic quacks. It's my pleasure. Aerial, you can stop bashing medicine. Its very unbecoming. What semester in chiropractic school did you learn to bash medicine and those who work in medicine? I know that life chiropractic students learn to bash medicine in their first semester orientation.
I'll debate anyone anytime regarding the chiropractic enterprise.
Anyone familiar with the bizarre chiropractic treatment known as HIO?
I repeat yet again. Wisdom is a fraud who spews lies about chiropractic. Even he knows that. Ask him which techniques HE was trained in. None. Ask him what professional degrees he has. None. Ask him what professional licenses he has. None? Yup.
As one MD here said about wisdom, and I quote, "The poster wisdom does not represent us. He's an embarrassment to the medical community. He's just an angry flake with a warped perspective of chiropractic." And the MD who said that was a board certified neurologist! Golly, that must hurt!! Poor, pathetic wisdom.

But yes, thanks for correcting me. In fact I can think of a bigger scam than weight loss, wisdom.
Wisdom has implored everyone here--BEGGED everyone to believe him when he lied and said he's the chiropractic expert. This same liar said, "Don't question me. I treat hundreds and hundreds of critically ill patients each week."
Oh, don't worry, fraud. We're not questioning you. Most hospitals in fact do allow frauds with only a mail order neurophiz degree to treat critically ill people. What was I thinking when I called you a fraud? My bad.
Aerial View

AOL

#12 Jan 16, 2011
Did you ever notice that wisdom is all mouth? He doesn't have the background to back up anything he says. No professional degees, license, clinical experience, nothing. He's never learned nor used any of the chiropractic technique he loves to bash. What a clown. How can one loser be so angry of successful chiropractors? Unless.......... he he he he

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