Cure neck and back pain with acupuncture

May 15, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

On May 15, 2014, Manalapan health Examiner Stacey Chillemi interviewed acupuncturist Dr. Chang at the Chiropractic and Physical Therapy Center in Belleville, New Jersey discussing how acupuncture is an effective tool to curing neck and back pain .

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Wisdom

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May 16, 2014
 
As evidence that "chiropractic" does not follow any "best practices" models .......

Why would a quack chiropractor stick acupuncture needles into someone when they also claim that they can cure all ailments, including neck pain, by "gently tweaking" the top vertebrae (ie hio and nucca chiropractic techniques)?

A full investigation into the chiropractic enterprise needs to be done.
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

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May 16, 2014
 
The above imbecile, wisdom, who is not a chiropractor or MD, offers useless advice. She has zero credentials, meaning zero professional degrees.
How do I know she isn't a chirorpactor. Well, I'll tell you. She can't remember the chiropractic school she graduated (or didn't graduate) from.
A fraud like wisdom will say anything for attention.

I, on the other hand, have a thriving all cash practice. If patients don't get better, they don't pay. Rarely do I have a patient who doesn't pay.
I don't accept dime-one of insurance money. I do not accept any money from ANY third party payer.
Chiropractic is the best profession ever. Period. I get to help thousands of people a year with a vast variety of conditions--and get paid extremely well.
Wisdom

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May 16, 2014
 
Wow, quite the rant. Nothing to do with the "topix" at hand. I guess you are a chiropractor. I guess claiming that you make lots of money is the usual chiropractic response?

Tell me, mr. chirorpactor, there are chiropractors (licensed by state chiropractic boards) who claim they can heal you by lightly tweaking the top vertebrae. So why would other chiropractors fell the need to "first" stick needles into you to cure the same problem?

Could it be that there are NO best practices that chiropractors follow?
Chiropractor From Chicago

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May 16, 2014
 
Needs to be repeated. Enjoy! Oh, my pleasure!!

The above imbecile, wisdom, who is not a chiropractor or MD, offers useless advice. She has zero credentials, meaning zero professional degrees.
How do I know she isn't a chirorpactor. Well, I'll tell you. She can't remember the chiropractic school she graduated (or didn't graduate) from.
A fraud like wisdom will say anything for attention.

I, on the other hand, have a thriving all cash practice. If patients don't get better, they don't pay. Rarely do I have a patient who doesn't pay.
I don't accept dime-one of insurance money. I do not accept any money from ANY third party payer.
Chiropractic is the best profession ever. Period. I get to help thousands of people a year with a vast variety of conditions--and get paid extremely well.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

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May 17, 2014
 
I was a chiropractor. That's why is so easy to expose you frauds.
But you already knew this and yet you insist on playing your juvenile games. And you wonder why I left chiropractic and am now in medicine?

Now, try to focus ....

Tell me, mr. chirorpactor, there are chiropractors (licensed by state chiropractic boards) who claim they can heal you by lightly tweaking the top vertebrae. So why would other chiropractors fell the need to "first" stick needles into you to cure the same problem?

Could it be that there are NO best practices that chiropractors follow?
Chiropractor From Chicago

Buffalo Grove, IL

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May 17, 2014
 
You say you want me to repeat again? No problem. My pleasure! Oh, you're welcome!!

Needs to be repeated. Enjoy! Oh, my pleasure!!

The above imbecile, wisdom, who is not a chiropractor or MD, offers useless advice. She has zero credentials, meaning zero professional degrees.
How do I know she isn't a chirorpactor. Well, I'll tell you. She can't remember the chiropractic school she graduated (or didn't graduate) from.
A fraud like wisdom will say anything for attention.

I, on the other hand, have a thriving all cash practice. If patients don't get better, they don't pay. Rarely do I have a patient who doesn't pay.
I don't accept dime-one of insurance money. I do not accept any money from ANY third party payer.
Chiropractic is the best profession ever. Period. I get to help thousands of people a year with a vast variety of conditions--and get paid extremely well.

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