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Tree of Life Chiropractic Focuses on Healthy Families and Healthy Environment

There are 51 comments on the Patch.com story from Aug 30, 2012, titled Tree of Life Chiropractic Focuses on Healthy Families and Healthy Environment. In it, Patch.com reports that:

Thomas Edison said, "The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease." Dr.

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Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#1 Aug 30, 2012
Oh my goodness ..... throw this quack in jail.......from the article ....

"Chiropractic can aid numerous medical issues, including but not limited to: acid reflux, allergies, asthma, colic, ear infections, headaches, pregnancy related issues, children’s issues (ADD, autism, etc.), depression/anxiety, digestive issues, headaches/migraines, immune issues, weight issues and senior issues.

“Medication has its place,” Dr. Kelly said.“But it is not the answer. Through reducing subluxations, we can get your body to an optimal level to fight off infection on its own.”"

And this quack chiropractors says she can "help" all these conditions by using a mechanized "clicker" on your spine.( I wonder if she ever considered having some evidence before making these claims? just a thought.

Its was nice of this quack to acknowledge that "medicine has its place". How generous of her. Not that she would know anything about the practice and use of medicines.

Dumb ass quack. A full investigation needs to be done. Quacks like her need to be shut down.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Aug 30, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Oh my goodness ..... throw this quack in jail.......from the article ....
"Chiropractic can aid numerous medical issues, including but not limited to: acid reflux, allergies, asthma, colic, ear infections, headaches, pregnancy related issues, children’s issues (ADD, autism, etc.), depression/anxiety, digestive issues, headaches/migraines, immune issues, weight issues and senior issues.
“Medication has its place,” Dr. Kelly said.“But it is not the answer. Through reducing subluxations, we can get your body to an optimal level to fight off infection on its own.”"
And this quack chiropractors says she can "help" all these conditions by using a mechanized "clicker" on your spine.( I wonder if she ever considered having some evidence before making these claims? just a thought.
Its was nice of this quack to acknowledge that "medicine has its place". How generous of her. Not that she would know anything about the practice and use of medicines.
Dumb ass quack. A full investigation needs to be done. Quacks like her need to be shut down.
The above rant was brought to you by 'wisdom' who is known here as the world's biggest fraud. This con, wisdom, has NO MD or DC degree. He is not licensed to practice medicine or chiropractic anywhere-- yet (get this) says he's an expert. he he he he
So, so delusional. Oh, and ever so jealous of the chiropractor in this article. Wisdom brags he is a failed chiropractor. BRAGGED that he failed. His mother must be ever so proud.
CODY

Anderson, IN

#3 Aug 30, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Oh my goodness ..... throw this quack in jail.......from the article ....
"Chiropractic can aid numerous medical issues, including but not limited to: acid reflux, allergies, asthma, colic, ear infections, headaches, pregnancy related issues, children’s issues (ADD, autism, etc.), depression/anxiety, digestive issues, headaches/migraines, immune issues, weight issues and senior issues.
“Medication has its place,” Dr. Kelly said.“But it is not the answer. Through reducing subluxations, we can get your body to an optimal level to fight off infection on its own.”"
And this quack chiropractors says she can "help" all these conditions by using a mechanized "clicker" on your spine.( I wonder if she ever considered having some evidence before making these claims? just a thought.
Its was nice of this quack to acknowledge that "medicine has its place". How generous of her. Not that she would know anything about the practice and use of medicines.
Dumb ass quack. A full investigation needs to be done. Quacks like her need to be shut down.
Agree 100%.
CODY

Anderson, IN

#4 Aug 30, 2012
Washington Chiro wrote:
<quoted text>
The above rant was brought to you by 'wisdom' who is known here as the world's biggest fraud. This con, wisdom, has NO MD or DC degree. He is not licensed to practice medicine or chiropractic anywhere-- yet (get this) says he's an expert. he he he he
So, so delusional. Oh, and ever so jealous of the chiropractor in this article. Wisdom brags he is a failed chiropractor. BRAGGED that he failed. His mother must be ever so proud.
Delusional = "Doc Washboy Chiro-Quacker"......
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#5 Aug 30, 2012
Whenever a chiropractor claims he can treat things like add and depression, you can count on our resident quack to show up and call people names.

No surprise.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#6 Aug 30, 2012
CODY wrote:
<quoted text>
Delusional = "Doc Washboy Chiro-Quacker"......
Ecco golf shoes + fraud+failure=Cody
me

Haslet, TX

#7 Aug 30, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Oh my goodness ..... throw this quack in jail.......from the article ....

"Chiropractic can aid numerous medical issues, including but not limited to: acid reflux, allergies, asthma, colic, ear infections, headaches, pregnancy related issues, childrenÂ’s issues (ADD, autism, etc.), depression/anxiety, digestive issues, headaches/migraines, immune issues, weight issues and senior issues.

“Medication has its place,” Dr. Kelly said.“But it is not the answer. Through reducing subluxations, we can get your body to an optimal level to fight off infection on its own.”"

And this quack chiropractors says she can "help" all these conditions by using a mechanized "clicker" on your spine.( I wonder if she ever considered having some evidence before making these claims? just a thought.

Its was nice of this quack to acknowledge that "medicine has its place". How generous of her. Not that she would know anything about the practice and use of medicines.

Dumb ass quack. A full investigation needs to be done. Quacks like her need to be shut down.
Lol
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#9 Sep 3, 2012
straw man argument "open". What someone does for a living does not alter facts.

Fact; this chiropractor who made those outrageous claims has NO evidence to support them.
Cody

Anderson, IN

#10 Sep 5, 2012
Do they burn incense during their "treatments"?...Oh So Mellow....."Tree of Life".......it's names of Chiroquacker offices like this that give Chiro a bad rep.
It shouldn't... but it does......sorry but it sounds so corny......"Tree of Life".....oh so mellow.....maybe they give you a bone to smoke on the way out? 10 to one they went to that oh so prestigious BS factory....LIFE .....another great name for a "school"....really?
Exposing cody The Liar

Buffalo Grove, IL

#11 Sep 6, 2012
The loser cody said, "I can teach a monkey how to adjust."
Well maybe cody adjusted like a monkey. Thank god he quit practice. He must have been a horrendous chiropractor.
I've also heard similar ridiculous statements from frustrated dentists. "I can teach a monkey how to drill teeth."
If someone has zero respect for what they do, they not only should leave the profession, they're more than likely incompetent, like cody is.
Sure, there are easy adjustments such as thoractic moves. But the cervical moves require a lot of skill, which cody, by his own admission, doesn't have and never did. Again, thank god he got out. He's the last person in the world I'd want adjusting my neck.
Cody can say all he wants that he had a successful practice. I can tell you... he didn't. Who would resort to having to, yes, HAVING to rat on other chiropractors in court for just $200 an appearance, twice a month, if they had money.
Cody is my useful idiot. He did everyone a favor when he quit practice. At least being a rat is rather harmless. I'll say it again--thank god this loser with zero ability to adjust doesn't practice.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#12 Sep 6, 2012
This quack now posting under "exposing" (make up your mind dumb ass) said, "If someone has zero respect for what they do, they not only should leave the profession,......"

Hey mr. chiropractor ... when someone sees fraud being perpetuated in his field, he should expose them ... and cody does it well. And lets be frank, you were exposed as a fraud a long time ago.

Oh and I was paid at least $1500 for a 1/2 day as an expert chiropractic witness. You really are ignorant about your own field.

I can't help it if your "colleagues" are denying claims for $50. Those IME whores are your colleagues and your problem.
Exposing wisdomThe Liar

Buffalo Grove, IL

#13 Sep 6, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
This quack now posting under "exposing" (make up your mind dumb ass) said, "If someone has zero respect for what they do, they not only should leave the profession,......"
Hey mr. chiropractor ... when someone sees fraud being perpetuated in his field, he should expose them ... and cody does it well. And lets be frank, you were exposed as a fraud a long time ago.
Oh and I was paid at least $1500 for a 1/2 day as an expert chiropractic witness. You really are ignorant about your own field.
I can't help it if your "colleagues" are denying claims for $50. Those IME whores are your colleagues and your problem.
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA! If you're going to tell a lie, tell a BIG one!
The liar, wisdom just said,(just now, go ahead and read it), I was paid at least $1500 for a 1/2 day as an expert chiropractic witness."
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA. Wisdom is ABSOLUTELY lying. No question. NO chiropractor, EVER, ANYWHERE has EVER been paid more than $300 for a full day's testimony in court. Never. Look it up. Ask a lawyer who uses chiropractors, tell him you want $1500.00 for a half day, then quickly pull the phone away from your ear so his hysterical laughing doesn't break your eardrum! Fifteen hundred! For a half day. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HH HA HA HA HA. Man, is that funny.
Also, notice the mark of a liar. Wisdom, the liar, said,'at least'$1500 for a half day. "At least." Meaning his just pulled that figure out of his asss, er, head since he wasn't sure, but it sure sounded good.
Thanks for proving once again that you are the biggest liar here. Oh, and thanks for the laugh, liar. Too, too funny.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#14 Sep 7, 2012
What ever you say dumb ass. Because I'm sure "you" know.

Always got out by 2:00 pm.$1500 was the minimum.
Exposing wisdomThe Liar

Buffalo Grove, IL

#15 Sep 8, 2012
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA! If you're going to tell a big lie, you might as well stick with it.
Wisdom is BEGGING you to believe his outright lie that he got $1500.00 as an expert chiropractic witness for a half day's testimony in court.
There are two lies here. 1. Wisdom is not an expert on chiropractic. That's clear. 2. Simply call up ANY lawyer ANYWHERE in this country who uses chiropractors as experts. Then ask them how much their highest paid chiropractor gets to testify even for a full day. Top fee:$300.00.
Wisdom proves once again that he is the ultimate liar here. You can't believe anything he says. Simple as that.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#16 Sep 8, 2012
Ha ha. Just because you and your colleagues agree to be expert witnesses for hehe $300, don't blame me for not going along. Look, I left he field years go. I understand that you and the current crop of chiropractors will sell your souls and work for dog food.

I know chiropractors that are oing IMEs for $50. Chiropractors are whores. Face it, you can't even admit that the activator is bull crap. Integrity in chiropractic? Ha ha. I think not.
Cody

Anderson, IN

#17 Sep 8, 2012
Exposing wisdomThe Liar wrote:
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA! If you're going to tell a big lie, you might as well stick with it.
Wisdom is BEGGING you to believe his outright lie that he got $1500.00 as an expert chiropractic witness for a half day's testimony in court.
There are two lies here. 1. Wisdom is not an expert on chiropractic. That's clear. 2. Simply call up ANY lawyer ANYWHERE in this country who uses chiropractors as experts. Then ask them how much their highest paid chiropractor gets to testify even for a full day. Top fee:$300.00.
Wisdom proves once again that he is the ultimate liar here. You can't believe anything he says. Simple as that.
You really are not too bright, it is the MAJOR INSURANCE companies, under their MVA umbrella/policy....who hire Chiropractic expert witnesses....to fight against fraud such as useless MRI, EMG...and insane office visits for literally YEARS....for a simple fender bender....soft tissue injury....many of these MVA are staged. So wake up. NOT the lawyers. Where do you live"...in Mayberry? The lawyers do not sign my checks for $1,500 to $3,000 per day. If you want to have a meeting....I would gladly show you the copies. You really are a major stunatz. If you even bothered to look there are Chiros all over the country, with websites that include their IME fees, and fees for testimony. Better you stay out of this game Washboy.....you can barely move a bone....much less testify in a court of law with a jury present.
Exposing Cody The Liar

Buffalo Grove, IL

#18 Sep 8, 2012
Cody wrote:
<quoted text>
You really are not too bright, it is the MAJOR INSURANCE companies, under their MVA umbrella/policy....who hire Chiropractic expert witnesses....to fight against fraud such as useless MRI, EMG...and insane office visits for literally YEARS....for a simple fender bender....soft tissue injury....many of these MVA are staged. So wake up. NOT the lawyers. Where do you live"...in Mayberry? The lawyers do not sign my checks for $1,500 to $3,000 per day. If you want to have a meeting....I would gladly show you the copies. You really are a major stunatz. If you even bothered to look there are Chiros all over the country, with websites that include their IME fees, and fees for testimony. Better you stay out of this game Washboy.....you can barely move a bone....much less testify in a court of law with a jury present.
Nice try, liar, but insurance companies don't pay those kind of fees either. But I'm glad you changed the story to fit your lies. Oh, yeah, that's right, I almost forgot--it's insurance companies who pay me them thar big fees. Yeah, that's right. I almost forgot.
Be a doll and link me to those websites that prove insurance companies pay chiropractors $1500 to $3000 a day to testify.
It sure sounds like you're having a Woodstock hallucination. "Like yeah, man. I see it too." I won't be holding my breath for those links.
Go put on your ecco golf shoes and see if you can putt past the windmill, putz.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#19 Sep 8, 2012
Like I said washboy, its your problem that you would testify as an "expert" witness for ...$300 and IMEs for $50. That's called "whoring" where I come from.
What "doctor", in their right mind would prepare for and testify in a trial or hearing for $300? Look, I know chiropractors are desperate, but geez, have some integrity. Wait, did I just say "chiropractors and integrity" in the same sentence? Silly me.
Insurance companies and law firms paid me $1500 and up for a morning's testimony. I knew MDs getting more than $10,000 to testify. And, I know this will kill "washboy", but I was guaranteed payment even if they settled beforehand and I never testified.
Exposing wisdom The Liar

Buffalo Grove, IL

#20 Sep 9, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Like I said washboy, its your problem that you would testify as an "expert" witness for ...$300 and IMEs for $50. That's called "whoring" where I come from.
What "doctor", in their right mind would prepare for and testify in a trial or hearing for $300? Look, I know chiropractors are desperate, but geez, have some integrity. Wait, did I just say "chiropractors and integrity" in the same sentence? Silly me.
Insurance companies and law firms paid me $1500 and up for a morning's testimony. I knew MDs getting more than $10,000 to testify. And, I know this will kill "washboy", but I was guaranteed payment even if they settled beforehand and I never testified.
The big lie continues.
I asked for links proving chiropractors get a nickel more than $300 from either lawyers or insurance companies to testify in court. Wisdom and cody folded--as usual.
And talk about whoring. The very nature of a chiropractor testifying against another chiropractor is the definition of whoring. The only chiropractors who would do that are those who failed in practice and can't get any sum of money, no matter how paltry, any other way. The type of person who testifies against a colleague for money is a jealous whore who can't stand to see someone else make a success out of their life when they themselves failed so miserably.
If there was any doubt that wisdom and cody are the same nut job, you can put those doubts to rest--both tell the exact same lie in the exact same way from the same place.
I'd rather make money the honest way--in practice, and not accepting dime one from insurance companies. That's what I do. and wisdom? Cody? he he he Well, they know what they are--but they're harmless--you can't get far on $600 a month testifying.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#21 Sep 10, 2012
"Like I said washboy, its your problem that you would testify as an "expert" witness for ...$300 and IMEs for $50. That's called "whoring" where I come from.
What "doctor", in their right mind would prepare for and testify in a trial or hearing for $300? Look, I know chiropractors are desperate, but geez, have some integrity. Wait, did I just say "chiropractors and integrity" in the same sentence? Silly me.
Insurance companies and law firms paid me $1500 and up for a morning's testimony. I knew MDs getting more than $10,000 to testify. And, I know this will kill "washboy", but I was guaranteed payment even if they settled beforehand and I never testified."

Oh and get this mr. chiropractor ....... Those attorneys didn't have a website where they posted my fees.

You really are a stupid one aren't you?

Oh, and anyone who testifies against a colleague who is committing fraud is doing the ethical thing. I understand that most chiropractors don't get that.

Look, when one chiroquacker clicks spines with an activator and another only tweaks the top vertebrae to treat the same condition, I understand how they have no integrity or critical thinking ability.

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