Canadian Chiropractic Board Exams

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Derek

Salt Lake City, UT

#1 Apr 5, 2011
I went to chiropractic college in the US. I'm wanting to return to Canada to practice and I can't seem to find any reviews/study guides to assist me in preparing for the exams. I feel like I'm heading into the exams blind. Does anyone have any suggestions.

Thanks
Wisdom

Greenport, NY

#2 Apr 5, 2011
Derek, what is your favorite chiropractic technique for finding and removing subluxations?
Aerial View

Buffalo Grove, IL

#3 Apr 5, 2011
Wisdom, yet again, is trying to get out of what he said about nurses. I won't let that happen. Thus a repeat.

Here, the dumb ass 'wisdom' is calling chiropractors stupid when in fact he himself called all nurses 'quacks'. So, yeah, let's take this dumb ass's word for everything.
In case you missed it, wisdom called all nurses 'quacks'. His exact words were this: "All nurses are quacks because they didn't need to take an entrance exam to get into nursing school."
How's that for depraved. And here the dumb ass is passing judgement on chiropractors. The fact that wisdom called all nurses 'quacks' renders him even more irrelevant and he has no credibility. But then, you already knew that.
I will remind everyone hundreds and hundreds of times that wisdom called all nurses quacks. He's tried to backtrack, but too late. What's done is done. We already read what wisdom said about nurses.
Wisdom

Greenport, NY

#4 Apr 6, 2011
Wow, I see chiropractic is filled with lunatics the same as it was when it was founded 115 years ago.

It is a simple question Derek, what is your favorite chiropractic technique for finding and removing "chiropractic subluxations".

I saw on another topix blog that "aerial" claimed that he is a chiropractors and that he is expertly trained in wound care.

Derek, where are chiropractors trained in wound care?
Aerial View

Buffalo Grove, IL

#5 Apr 7, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Wow, I see chiropractic is filled with lunatics the same as it was when it was founded 115 years ago.
It is a simple question Derek, what is your favorite chiropractic technique for finding and removing "chiropractic subluxations".
I saw on another topix blog that "aerial" claimed that he is a chiropractors and that he is expertly trained in wound care.
Derek, where are chiropractors trained in wound care?
Wisdom, yet again, is trying to get out of what he said about nurses. I won't let that happen. Thus a repeat.

Here, the dumb ass 'wisdom' is calling chiropractors stupid when in fact he himself called all nurses 'quacks'. So, yeah, let's take this dumb ass's word for everything.
In case you missed it, wisdom called all nurses 'quacks'. His exact words were this: "All nurses are quacks because they didn't need to take an entrance exam to get into nursing school."
How's that for depraved. And here the dumb ass is passing judgement on chiropractors. The fact that wisdom called all nurses 'quacks' renders him even more irrelevant and he has no credibility. But then, you already knew that.
I will remind everyone hundreds and hundreds of times that wisdom called all nurses quacks. He's tried to backtrack, but too late. What's done is done. We already read what wisdom said about nurses.
RRR

Bridgeport, CT

#7 May 17, 2011
Derek wrote:
I went to chiropractic college in the US. I'm wanting to return to Canada to practice and I can't seem to find any reviews/study guides to assist me in preparing for the exams. I feel like I'm heading into the exams blind. Does anyone have any suggestions.
Thanks
Derek
I too have the same problem that you are experiencing. I took the exams in Feb and failed miserably! If you have taken Part IV American the knowledge is the same, but the approach is COMPLETELY different!!! You have to EXPLAIN everything you do during the exam and talk to the patient through EVERYTHING that you do and why. I didn't do that my first time through and was murdered on it. They aren't testing you as much on you application of the knowledge, but more your patient interaction skills. You also have to test for artery stability/patentcy before any C spine adjusting. Hope this helps!
R
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#8 May 18, 2011
Why would achiroquacker have to test the c-spine for stability before an adjustment?

70% of all chiropractors treat their patients by lightly clicking them with the spring loaded instrument called activator. Besides being a totally bogus treatment, activator, is like flicking your finger on the side of your neck.

hey, at least there are no "side effects". Except of course, being misdiagnosed by the chiropractor. Minor little thing.
Aerial View

AOL

#9 May 18, 2011
Wisdom wrote:
Why would achiroquacker have to test the c-spine for stability before an adjustment?
70% of all chiropractors treat their patients by lightly clicking them with the spring loaded instrument called activator. Besides being a totally bogus treatment, activator, is like flicking your finger on the side of your neck.
hey, at least there are no "side effects". Except of course, being misdiagnosed by the chiropractor. Minor little thing.
Wisdom, yet again, is trying to get out of what he said about nurses. I won't let that happen. Thus a repeat.

Here, the dumb ass 'wisdom' is calling chiropractors stupid when in fact he himself called all nurses 'quacks'. So, yeah, let's take this dumb ass's word for everything.
In case you missed it, wisdom called all nurses 'quacks'. His exact words were this: "All nurses are quacks because they didn't need to take an entrance exam to get into nursing school."
How's that for depraved. And here the dumb ass is passing judgement on chiropractors. The fact that wisdom called all nurses 'quacks' renders him even more irrelevant and he has no credibility. But then, you already knew that.
I will remind everyone hundreds and hundreds of times that wisdom called all nurses quacks. He's tried to backtrack, but too late. What's done is done. We already read what wisdom said about nurses.
Bbs

Toronto, Canada

#10 Mar 27, 2012
Im a chiropractor from US and have been trying to pass Canadian board, and I failed part B...does anyone know of a tutor? I really need help to pass the exams.
Wisdom

Port Washington, NY

#11 Mar 28, 2012
Bbs, there are chiropractors here that claim they are doing surgery and prescribing drugs. They also claim to be qualified to treat asthmatics.

Would you please tell me where chiropractors are getting that kind of training. Because, quite frankly, the ubiquitous fraud in chiropractic has to be stamped out. And those outrageous claims need to be investigated.

By the way, Bbs, what is you favorite chiropractic technique for locating and removing disease causing subluxations? Do you think activator is better than nucca at "curing" stomach disorders? How about asthma? Bed wetting?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#12 Mar 28, 2012
BBS, the last one you should take any advice from is 'wisdom'. Even though he is not a chiropractor or MD, he boasts about being a failed chiropractor.
He's what is known as the resident liar and troll. No one respects him. You can tell he has mental and anger issues by his posts. Pathetic and frustrated doesn't begin to describe this loser.
Wisdom

Port Washington, NY

#13 Mar 28, 2012
Advice? he he

They were simple questions for the chiropractor. Do you always feel the need to defend your colleagues?

DC MD PhD Deal with it.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#14 Mar 28, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Advice? he he
They were simple questions for the chiropractor. Do you always feel the need to defend your colleagues?
DC MD PhD Deal with it.
he he Oh, don't worry, liar. I've dealt with it--by laughing my ass off at your lies. What a fraud.
Folks, wisdom is the same jerk who referred to all nurses (yes, nurses) as 'quacks'. Wisdom's EXACT words were: "Like chiropractors, all nurses are quacks since neither had to take an entrance exam to get into school." Wisdom's EXACT words.
Don't be fooled. Wisdom is not a chiropractor or an MD. He was outed as a fraud by a real, board certified neurologist. This neurologist said, "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. He knows about as much neurology as anyone who's read a single article from the National Enquirer." End of quote.
Says it all.
Ortho

Geneva, NY

#15 Mar 29, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Advice? he he
They were simple questions for the chiropractor. Do you always feel the need to defend your colleagues?
DC MD PhD Deal with it.
BAHAHA now Wisdom claims he is a combination of a DC MD and PhD. Seems he surely spends more time ranting than treating. By treating I mean self-medication from his mothers medicine cabinet.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#16 Mar 29, 2012
Wow, such "professionalism" from you chiropractors.

I see ortho also wants to engage in ad hominem attacks too. I think Bbs can answer the questions himself.

Why the hate ortho? More importantly, since you have evidenced that you know virtually nothing about chiropractic, why do you keep posting?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#17 Mar 29, 2012
Don't ask wisdom's advice about passing tests. He shows no sign of intelligence. But he does have anger issues. Look at the words he uses; morons, dumb ass, jailed, quacks, diaper... Need I continue? Oh, but he's an expert. he he
Chiropractor in Markham

Guatemala City, Guatemala

#18 May 1, 2012
There is a way to conduct healthy and mutually beneficial debates. Let maintain a professional atmosphere. As a newbie I want to feel comfortable sharing my opinions.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#19 May 1, 2012
Share away mr. chiropractor.

What is the most effective chiropractic technique to locate and remove "chiropractic subluxations"?

Many chiropractors claim they can treat autism and adhd. What technique do you think is most effective at treating adhd and autism? please link your evidence.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#20 May 1, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Share away mr. chiropractor.
What is the most effective chiropractic technique to locate and remove "chiropractic subluxations"?
Many chiropractors claim they can treat autism and adhd. What technique do you think is most effective at treating adhd and autism? please link your evidence.
he he Yeah. Take wisdom's advice. It's sound since he's never taken a state or national board in his life.
What a loser.

Since: May 12

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#21 May 2, 2012
Chiropractors are the only health professionals who are trained to detect and correct subluxations. But what is a subluxation?

A subluxation is when one of your 24 movable spinal bones get out of alignment and irritates a nerve. When this happens it interferes with the brains ability to communicate with the body. If you think of the pathway between the brain and the parts of the body as highway, then a subluxation would be the equivalent of having an accident on the highway. This would cause a lot of congestion and traffic to back up. In the same way, a subluxation would cause messages to be interfered with and get congested from the brain to the body and visa versa.

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