Allergy Sufferers Swear By New Laser Treatment

Jul 2, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: ThePittsburghChannel

Channel 4 Action News anchor Michelle Wright went to Murrysville to check out a new laser treatment that some patients say can zap away their allergy problems.

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Wisdom

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#24
Jul 23, 2012
 
Let me get this right,.... you posted the never used Oregon prerequisites as "evidence" that YOU were trained in wound care.
You are as dumb and as ignorant as chiropractors go.
Let's recap. Chiropractors (you) do not get actual clinical training in wound care.. NONE. NADA
You are quack for claiming that you are qualified to treat wounds or asthma.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#25
Jul 23, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
Let me get this right,.... you posted the never used Oregon prerequisites as "evidence" that YOU were trained in wound care.
You are as dumb and as ignorant as chiropractors go.
Let's recap. Chiropractors (you) do not get actual clinical training in wound care.. NONE. NADA
You are quack for claiming that you are qualified to treat wounds or asthma.
Wisdom lies right to your face! He has no trouble lying. Practice makes perfect.
"There are no post graduate chiropractic courses with hands-on hospital training."
http://licenseinfo.oregon.gov/index.cfm...
You can't believe ANYTHING this loser says.
Hawkise

Gulf Shores, AL

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#27
Nov 11, 2012
 
Except for one inconvenient fact
This screams fraud
the fact is "it Works"

It worked for my neighbor
It worked for my daughter

I am trying to determine the science of this. after 20 years of Navy Medicine and a BA in Computer Science I believe I am qualified to understand the big words.

From taking older kids to traditional Allergy treatments I believe the traditional methods are ineffective at best and if placed on the same level of effectiveness as this alternative treatment traditional methods would be considered Fraud.

I don't care if it tricks, changes, or spits fairy dust. It works. I bought into it cause
1. I knew traditional methods did not work
2. My neighbor showed tremendous improvement.

Wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#28
Nov 11, 2012
 
Hawkise wrote:
Except for one inconvenient fact
This screams fraud
the fact is "it Works"
It worked for my neighbor
It worked for my daughter
I am trying to determine the science of this. after 20 years of Navy Medicine and a BA in Computer Science I believe I am qualified to understand the big words.
From taking older kids to traditional Allergy treatments I believe the traditional methods are ineffective at best and if placed on the same level of effectiveness as this alternative treatment traditional methods would be considered Fraud.
I don't care if it tricks, changes, or spits fairy dust. It works. I bought into it cause
1. I knew traditional methods did not work
2. My neighbor showed tremendous improvement.
And your post screams as if you work for the laser company.
I know dozens of people who have tried this laser 'system' for their allergies. I know one practitioner who used to use it--no longer because he said it did NOT work. And I don't know ANYONE, except the laser company who sells this, to benefit from this so called 'allergy treatment.'
I would like nothing more than to say it works--but I have yet to see any proof it does.
Moreover, the California Chiropractic Board just enacted a new law stating that a laser has to be FDA approved and able to back up its claims if a chiropractor is to use it in his/her office--statute 302.5 laser use.
You can cite your qualifications all day long. If you or someone you know got allergy relief from this laser then, in my opinion, it is coincidence of biblical proportion. If it could do this, it would be front page news for a month.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

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#29
Nov 11, 2012
 
How funny is this? A chiropractor asking for proof.

This really is the funniest thing I've heard in months.

Since when do chiropractors need proof before making outrageous and unfounded claims?

Really, I'm gett'n a stitch laughing so hard.
Wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#30
Nov 11, 2012
 
Like I said, wisdom failed in practice because he's an idiot. And now he's jealous of me. he he he
I can buy and sell that clown with the money I have in my back pocket.
Wisdom

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#31
Nov 12, 2012
 
"How funny is this? A chiropractor asking for proof.

This really is the funniest thing I've heard in months."
Wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#32
Nov 12, 2012
 
Wisdom is a fraud and I now think he's the waiter he was talking about in a previous post who couldn't hack it in business. That sure does answer a lot of questions.
Chuckle

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#33
Dec 6, 2012
 
Wow. Hate board! Do you guys actually enjoy this?
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

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#34
Dec 7, 2012
 
Enjoy? No.

I consider it my responsibility to expose the rampant fraud in the chiropractic enterprise.

As a former chiropractor, I am qualified to do exactly that.
Wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#35
Dec 9, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
Enjoy? No.
I consider it my responsibility to expose the rampant fraud in the chiropractic enterprise.
As a former chiropractor, I am qualified to do exactly that.
It boils down to this: wisdom is bitter and angery since he failed in practice.
Oh sure, he may have bilked insurance insurance companies during the "mercedes 80's" by trolling for new patients advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses), which has always been VERY illegal in every state--always. But wisdom said NOOPE was legal--I guess to justify bilking insurance companies. But that gravy train has left--so now he's broke and bitter. No wonder he lies and rants against chiropractic. He failed at it.
So take wisdom's advice for what its worth--nothing. He's not a chiropractic expert and he's no MD. But he did say NOOPE was legal. That alone speaks volumes about him and his integrity--or lack thereof.
djalady

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#36
Jan 30, 2013
 
Aerial View wrote:
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While I would agree the laser allergy treatment most likely doesn't work, the comments by placebo demonstrate a complete lack of thought process. Without even examining why or the why not a treatment is or isn't effective, this comatose genius dismisses it out of hand. His ignorance and total lack of imagination is breathtaking. Repetition without thought. Isn't that what mindless parrots do?
I believe there is probably a lot about natural medicine you do not understand. Also, having an open mind to different processes and treatments has found many people cures for conditions where pharma company's products only mask symptoms with many side effects. Naive belief in big pharma products has killed many, many people.
Wisdom

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#37
Jan 30, 2013
 
ha ha ha ummmm, lady, this "aerial" is actually a chiropractor who has claimed that he is an expert at wound care because he can wave the "cold laser" over wounds. He has defended the idea that chiropractors can cure/heal disorders like add, adhd, type 1 diabetes,sexual dysfunction etc etc etc. He has also done his fair share of bashing medicine, just like you.

So besides the ignorant statements form you idiots like "pharma company's products only mask symptoms ....", you both have been exposed as morons.

By the way, many diseases have been cured by those "big bad drugs" that you both have bashed, Many other diseases and conditions that cause untold suffering have also been helped by those "big bad drugs".

Yes, there are side effects .... when you are dealing and are responsible for life threatening diseases, you are prescribing very strong medications with some very serious side effects. And we all know where those "holistic chiropractors run when they are truly sick ..... yup, right to their medical doctors. We don't hold it against you.
wisdom is callahan

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#38
Jan 31, 2013
 
Wisdom wrote:
ha ha ha ummmm, lady, this "aerial" is actually a chiropractor who has claimed that he is an expert at wound care because he can wave the "cold laser" over wounds. He has defended the idea that chiropractors can cure/heal disorders like add, adhd, type 1 diabetes,sexual dysfunction etc etc etc. He has also done his fair share of bashing medicine, just like you.
So besides the ignorant statements form you idiots like "pharma company's products only mask symptoms ....", you both have been exposed as morons.
By the way, many diseases have been cured by those "big bad drugs" that you both have bashed, Many other diseases and conditions that cause untold suffering have also been helped by those "big bad drugs".
Yes, there are side effects .... when you are dealing and are responsible for life threatening diseases, you are prescribing very strong medications with some very serious side effects. And we all know where those "holistic chiropractors run when they are truly sick ..... yup, right to their medical doctors. We don't hold it against you.
he he he Wisdom is not only dispensing 'sound' chiropractic advice but he's now dispensing 'sound' medical advice. His credentials? Oh, he's a failed chiropractor and he's not an MD. Both good qualifications for dispensing advice.
Oops, sorry, did I just expose wisdom as a fraud? Ooops.
Wisdom

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#39
Jan 31, 2013
 
Is that the same laser you think you cure wounds with that your fellow quacks are "curing" allergies with?

You think I gave "medical advice"? Not very good at reading are you mr. chiropractor?

By the way, since I work in critical care and you are always bashing medicine and claiming that "drugs are bad", please tell me which of the commonly used ICU drugs, like dopamine, dobutamine, epinephrine etc etc should be done away with. Please provide your evidence.

This should be rich.
wisdom is callahan

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#40
Jan 31, 2013
 
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHH HA HA HA AH HA.
"By the way, since I work in critical care..."AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHH HA HA HA Wisdom's latest lie.
First he claims he's the 'head of neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital', then he claims he works in critical care. Which one is it? Can't make up which lie you'll tell today?
Folks, for years wisdom denied he was a chiropractor or MD--then...wait for it...wait for it...voila! He's not only both, but he became the 'head of neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital' in less than two weeks after declaring he was not only a chiropractor, MD, phd, but also had no less than six other doctorates (he forgest what he says).
Simply amazing! We believe you, dumb ass. We believe you! ha ha ha
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

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#41
Feb 1, 2013
 
It was a simple question mr. chiropractor.

Is that the same laser you think you cure wounds with that your fellow quacks are "curing" allergies with?

The answer is YES! And chiropractors have NO evidence for using it.

Why is it so tough for chiropractors to be honest?
wisdom is callahan

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#42
Feb 1, 2013
 
Like I was saying.....
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHH HA HA HA AH HA.
"By the way, since I work in critical care..."AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHH HA HA HA Wisdom's latest lie.
First he claims he's the 'head of neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital', then he claims he works in critical care. Which one is it? Can't make up which lie you'll tell today?
Folks, for years wisdom denied he was a chiropractor or MD--then...wait for it...wait for it...voila! He's not only both, but he became the 'head of neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital' in less than two weeks after declaring he was not only a chiropractor, MD, phd, but also had no less than six other doctorates (he forgest what he says).
Simply amazing! We believe you, dumb ass. We believe you! ha ha ha
Wisdom

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#43
Feb 1, 2013
 
It was a simple question mr. chiropractor.

Is that the same laser you think you cure wounds with that your fellow quacks are "curing" allergies with?

The answer is YES! And chiropractors have NO evidence for using it.

Why is it so tough for chiropractors to be honest?
wisdom is callahan

Buffalo Grove, IL

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#44
Feb 1, 2013
 
Chiropractors and MD's have tons of evidence cold lasers work. Wisdom, not being an MD, but being a failed chiropractor who NEVER took contintuing education, wouldn't know that. We have to cut him some slack for being an ingoramus.

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