Enuresis afflicts all age groups
The problem of enuresis is extremely humiliting to its sufferers.A The embarassment grows as the bed-wetter ages, too, what with having to miss sleep-overs, summer camp, field trips, etc.A Worse yet, the cause may be a medical issue that will lead to serious problems such as kidney disease, if not corrected early.A Can anyone really afford to ... (more)
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#1 Apr 14, 2012
"Chiropractic treatment has also been found to be of great value in dealing with childhood enuresis. Certainly, adults with the problem could be benefited by such treatment as well. This does not necessarily--as many would imagine--mean that the spine is pressing on a nerve, resulting in loss of bladder control. Misalignment of the spine, however, does often cause improper function of internal organs."
More chiropractic quackery. Does it ever end? Will these quacks ever be held accountable for preying upon innocent and desperate parents?
Never ever trust these quacks.
#2 Apr 14, 2012
The fraud, wisdom, who brags he failed as a chiropractor, spouts off again on something he knows absolutely nothing about. Period.
#3 Apr 14, 2012
ha ha ha Oh and I guess you're claiming that you can cure bed wetting too?
Since you use the "activator", please link some of those enuresis studies for me. Take your time mr. chiropractor
ha ha ha
#4 Apr 14, 2012
Oh, and what chiropractic and medical school did you attend? Can't answer! Thought so, fraud. he he he he
#5 Apr 14, 2012
The medical school I attended did not promote the bizarre claim that you can "heal" people by clicking them with an "activator, or by tweaking their top vertebrae can you cure their enuresis. No medical school does.
We medical doctors differ from chiropractors in that we happen to be evidenced based. Drug companies spend billions on research. Chiropractic has virtually NO research to support any of their bizarre, yet commonly used treatments such as activator, nucca, gonstead and ak.(I could name 200 more bizarre and unfounded treatments currently being used by chiroquacks across the country but only an honest chiropractor would be able to relate).
Chiropractic needs to be fully investigated.
#6 Apr 14, 2012
Wisdom is lying again. He never attended medicl school. It's obvious he has no grasp whatsoever of even the most rudimentary aspect of medicine--at least nothing more than the average third grader would know about Bactine and Bandaids. He knows nothing beyond that.
About two years ago a board certified MD neurologist wrote this about wisdom right here on these topix: "The poster wisdom knows about as much neurology as what one can glean from a single paragraph article in the National Enquirer. I don't know who he is, but I do know this--he can't be trusted." Un quote.
Says it all.
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