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Needle work: Chiropractor first in state to be licensed in biomedical acupuncture - Lifestyle/Val...

There are 65 comments on the Northern Virginia Daily story from Jun 15, 2010, titled Needle work: Chiropractor first in state to be licensed in biomedical acupuncture - Lifestyle/Val.... In it, Northern Virginia Daily reports that:

Cindy Denick's lower-back, hip and leg pain was so severe, she was "ready to try anything" to remedy it -- which is how she came to be lying face down on a table at HealthSource Chiropractic & Progressive Rehab with long needles poking out of her lower back and legs.

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Buffalo Grove, IL

#62 Mar 30, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Chiropractors are not interested in only treating what manipulative therapy might help. They want to claim they can do anything and everything.
See the recent chiropractic claim that they can cure erectile dysfunction ......
http://www.maximizedliving.com/Home/Maximized...
Do you really think that they don't claim to be experts at acupuncture also?
Since when do chiropractors need actual clinical experience?
Wisdom just lied, as he always does.
And talk about frauds. Wisdom has no credentials to treat anyone for anything, yet bangs the "I'm the expert" bible. Frauds, who have no credentials, like to do that. Makes them feel better. Then, when they figure out no one here respects frauds, they start bashing other professions, like nurses. Wisdom, for example, wrote the following, "Nurses are quacks since they don't need to take an entrance exam to get into nursing school." And exact quote by the depraved creep, wisdom.
Nurses are highly trained professionals. But it doesn't surprise me that a depraved creep like wisdom would call them 'quacks'. Decency isn't part of his makeup.
Wisdom

Greenport, NY

#63 Mar 30, 2011
Your fellow quacks claim that they can cure erectile dysfunction.

And your reply is to lie about what someone said? And you really think you have some credibility? ha ha ha

Indeed you are a quacker.
carla

Albuquerque, NM

#64 May 8, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
And don't forget, that during their "training", chiropractors never examine, diagnose or treat patients with serious illnesses. And yet, when they "graduate" they claim to be able to treat serious illnesses such as bed wetting, cystic fibrosis, ADHD, Parkinsons etc etc with bizarre treatments like dnft, activator and yes, acupuncture. And chiropractors don't seem to think that's a problem. Which is even MORE of a problem.
It really is bizarre.
The chiropractic diaper must be emptied.
I'm a believer in the DNFT Treatment... I could not raise my coffee cup to my mouth with my right arm - due to the intense pain in my elbow - In one 45 minute appointment, it was gone! Yes the technique seems odd - a few strokes, a tap tap and a gentle tweek of my feet??? how is this going to work? The doctor said my colar bone was out of alignment - I tell you the pain was gone within a few hours and has never returned-it's been ten years.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#65 May 8, 2012
"I'm a believer in the DNFT Treatment..."

"Yes the technique seems odd - a few strokes, a tap tap and a gentle tweek of my feet???"

Sounds reasonable. ha ha ha

I assume it was a fully licensed chiropractor who did in this voodoo?

Let's be clear, there is absolutely NO evidence to support this kind of quackery.

Safe to say, quackery is alive and well in chiropractic.
Washtington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#66 May 9, 2012
carla wrote:
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I'm a believer in the DNFT Treatment... I could not raise my coffee cup to my mouth with my right arm - due to the intense pain in my elbow - In one 45 minute appointment, it was gone! Yes the technique seems odd - a few strokes, a tap tap and a gentle tweek of my feet??? how is this going to work? The doctor said my colar bone was out of alignment - I tell you the pain was gone within a few hours and has never returned-it's been ten years.
Carla,
Wisdom is known here as the 'resident liar'. Don't take his word for anything. He's a depraved troll. He also has never practiced, and has no professional degrees of any kind.

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