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Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#1 May 8, 2010
" Network Spinal Analysis "

Oh jeez.
NYCC Student

United States

#2 May 9, 2010
Hey I stand by you on this BS.
Fraud Police

AOL

#3 May 10, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
" Network Spinal Analysis "
Oh jeez.
Yeah, I'll be posting these links thousands of times. Here and on other chiropractic related sites. Oh yes I will. Thousands and thousands of times. Wisdom enjoys these links when he can remember them. I posted them last week and gosh, wisdom had no idea of whom or what these links were about. So in an effort to refresh wisdom's fading memory, I'll be posting these two links thousands of times about the 'chiropractic expert' who got exposed. Um, doesn't wisdom say HE is the chiropractic expert? Hmmmmmm. Um, yup, he does. Maybe he is. Just ask him!
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/editorial/quack...
http://www.canlyme.com/quackwatch.html
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#4 May 11, 2010
You can post your irrelevant links all day long.

It only shows the depth of your chiropractic intellect. Keep it up.

But the article is about the growing cult of "network" chiropractic technique.

Ha Ha

Stay away from these quacks. You see NYCC, how would a potential patient know about these quacks if it weren't for me and "chirotalk"? Certainly not from any chiropractic organization, school or state or national boards.

You see NYCC, the chiropractic diaper remains full. Troubling that you don't see it. But then again, 4 years of indoctrination and being taught to "keep an open mind" has turned opened your mind so much that maybe some of your brain has fallen out. Hmmmm?

There's hope for you though.
Fraud Police

AOL

#5 May 11, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
You can post your irrelevant links all day long.
It only shows the depth of your chiropractic intellect. Keep it up.
But the article is about the growing cult of "network" chiropractic technique.
Ha Ha
Stay away from these quacks. You see NYCC, how would a potential patient know about these quacks if it weren't for me and "chirotalk"? Certainly not from any chiropractic organization, school or state or national boards.
You see NYCC, the chiropractic diaper remains full. Troubling that you don't see it. But then again, 4 years of indoctrination and being taught to "keep an open mind" has turned opened your mind so much that maybe some of your brain has fallen out. Hmmmm?
There's hope for you though.
Oh, thank you for permission to expose you as the liar and fraud you are. I'm off topic? Oh well. Wisdom is always off topic since all of his posts are lies.
But since wisdom (the liar and fake) keeps forgetting about these links, I thought I would do this loser a favor and refresh his memory. Like I said, I'll be posting these links thousands of times. Oh yes I will.
http://www.mnwelldir.org/docs/editorial/quack...
http://www.canlyme.com/quackwatch.html

Wisdom has no chiropractic experience. He is a fraud.
Jay

Windsor, CO

#6 Nov 2, 2010
I've been doing Network for a while and things just keep getting better and better.
Aerial View

AOL

#7 Nov 3, 2010
Wisdom, the perpetual liar about all things chiropractic, claims he is has a PhD in neurophysiology and sees scores of patients in hospitals every day. Doing what?? I have an acquaintance who cleans bed pans in hospitals, and another who is a phlebotomist. Both respectable and honest jobs. Nothing wrong with that. So I would assume that's what wisdom is doing. There's no other possible patient contact (diagnosing or treating) he could do, even if his PhD were legit. Sure, there are other tech level jobs in hospitals, but none as decision makers. No hospital in this country would entrust a screwball like wisdom to treat anyone for anyting (he's not licensed or trained). And certainly any US hospital would not entrust a nut like wisdom to make any decisions about patient care.
Conclusion: Wisdom has NO clinical experience in chiropractic. None in medicine. And his opinions about chiropractic are just that--warped opinions (like one MD said). Anything wisdom says about chiropractic is a figment of his imagination and not at all based in first hand experience. Wisdom is a fraud.
Aerial View

AOL

#8 Nov 3, 2010
Wisdom has yet to answer what exactly he does in a hospital. A PhD in neurophysiology (even if it's real) does NOT authorize anyone to make diagnostic or treatment recommendations on their own. They have to take orders from someone credible, a physician who is licensed. Anyone can administer an EMG--takes a few hours of training. A tech can do that. I would only trust a licensed neurologist to interpret the results.
And so it goes. Wisdom, by his own admission, cannot legally treat anyone for anything. Cannot diagnose anyone for anything. And must take orders and be a "yes man." Then again, we knew that.
Hey, nothing wrong with those jobs, but it certainly does not qualify anyone to be an expert on anything, especially chiropractic. Wisdom knows nothing about chiropractic and how it is praticed. He is clearly not an expert--just a fraud who claims he is. But I can see where he's frustrated---peering through the window and being jealous of chiropractors who CAN make treatment decisions on their own. I understand. Deal with it.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#9 Nov 3, 2010
Hey dumb ass, I don't do EMGs.

The quacker aerial used to post under "fraud". till he realized it was a Freudian slip.

NYCC, as a recent chiropractic graduate, I thank you for your support in recognizing another bull crap chiropractic technique.

Lets rid the chiropractic field of morons like aerial who claim they are experts at wound care.

Hey, "jay", seems you are just another dumb ass chiropractor. Stop defrauding innocent people with "network" quackery.
Aerial View

AOL

#10 Nov 3, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
Hey dumb ass, I don't do EMGs.
The quacker aerial used to post under "fraud". till he realized it was a Freudian slip.
NYCC, as a recent chiropractic graduate, I thank you for your support in recognizing another bull crap chiropractic technique.
Lets rid the chiropractic field of morons like aerial who claim they are experts at wound care.
Hey, "jay", seems you are just another dumb ass chiropractor. Stop defrauding innocent people with "network" quackery.
The liar and fraud, wisdom, has NO credibility since he has NO professional degrees. He creepily sneaks into chiropractic meetings for the free food and grabs a name tag, pretending he's trained in chiropractic. Wisdom uses his 15 years of college (PhD in neurophiz) to perform EMG's and change bed pans. Hey, it's honest work. Good job, fraud.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#11 Nov 3, 2010
Must be another busy day in "aerial's" mama's basement office.

Keep stalking my posts at all times mr. quacker. ha ha ha

Shouldn't you be practicing your "toggling" abilities? They sell practice toggling gadgets at sherman and life and palmer quack schools.

Oh, no comment on that fact?

Time to empty your chiropractic diaper.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#12 Nov 3, 2010
Aerial, did you know that the nurses that you just belittled have the ability to change wound vacs, apply medications to wounds, culture wounds, change wound dressings and more.

And that while you have claimed that as a chiropractor to be an "expert at treating deep wounds", the fact of the matter is that you could be thrown in jail for doing any of those things.

Oh, boy, proving once agin that you are a fraud and a con man.

Now get back to toggling practice.
Aerial View

AOL

#13 Nov 3, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
Must be another busy day in "aerial's" mama's basement office.
Keep stalking my posts at all times mr. quacker. ha ha ha
Shouldn't you be practicing your "toggling" abilities? They sell practice toggling gadgets at sherman and life and palmer quack schools.
Oh, no comment on that fact?
Time to empty your chiropractic diaper.
The fraud, wisdom, still hasn't provided ANY proof he's anything but a bed pan changer with NO other skills. That's how he sees so many patients. AHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA. The FRAUD!
Oh, I'm licensed. I treat patients with all sorts of problems. Can wisdom? Nooooooooooooooo! Why? Tell us why. Ok, here's why. Because he's a fraud with NO license, no clinical experience and would be promptly tossed in jail if he even tried to treat or diagnose. Wisdom is a con.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#14 Nov 4, 2010
aerial says, "I'm licensed"

ha ha sure you are. you also said you're an expert in wound care.

Just can't remember where it was that you were trained.

"Aerial, did you know that the nurses that you just belittled have the ability to change wound vacs, apply medications to wounds, culture wounds, change wound dressings and more.

And that while you have claimed that as a chiropractor to be an "expert at treating deep wounds", the fact of the matter is that you could be thrown in jail for doing any of those things.

Oh, boy, proving once agin that you are a fraud and a con man.

Now get back to toggling practice."

The second post on this thread is from a chiropractor who said about my post that "Hey I stand by you on this BS."

And aerial truly is "BS".
Aerial View

AOL

#15 Nov 4, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
aerial says, "I'm licensed"
ha ha sure you are. you also said you're an expert in wound care.
Just can't remember where it was that you were trained.
"Aerial, did you know that the nurses that you just belittled have the ability to change wound vacs, apply medications to wounds, culture wounds, change wound dressings and more.
And that while you have claimed that as a chiropractor to be an "expert at treating deep wounds", the fact of the matter is that you could be thrown in jail for doing any of those things.
Oh, boy, proving once agin that you are a fraud and a con man.
Now get back to toggling practice."
The second post on this thread is from a chiropractor who said about my post that "Hey I stand by you on this BS."
And aerial truly is "BS".
The above coming from a dumb ass who has never treated a patient for anything. Oh, but HE'S the expert! he he he
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#16 Nov 4, 2010
Well, there you go again .... making up more baloney about what you think I do. And of course I never claimed to treat "deep wounds", like you did.

What is not in dispute is your claim of being a "wound expert" yet not having the legal authority to do any real wound care.

Facts are killers ain't they mr. quacker?
Aerial View

AOL

#17 Nov 4, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
Well, there you go again .... making up more baloney about what you think I do. And of course I never claimed to treat "deep wounds", like you did.
What is not in dispute is your claim of being a "wound expert" yet not having the legal authority to do any real wound care.
Facts are killers ain't they mr. quacker?
What isn't in dispute is that wisdom IS a fraud. He's NEVER once treated a patient. How could he? He's not licensed to do so and does NOT have a professional degree. But I guess the standard for being an expert ain't what it used to be. I can remember when an expert had to have actual hands-on clinical experience or at the very least, have a DEGREE in their professed field of expertise. Yet wisdom leaped over any kind of credentials (who needs them anyway) and is now conning everyone with his chiropractic 'expertise' even though he has yet to treat a patient (can't--if he did he'd be tossed in jail). All his has is a PhD in neurophiz he bought online from a USA TODAY classified. Hey, got to give him credit for that. At least it's something.
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#18 Nov 7, 2010
What is not in dispute is your claim of being a "wound expert" yet not having the legal authority to do any real wound care. And you never got any wound care clinical experience.

Facts are killers ain't they mr. quacker?
Aerial View

AOL

#19 Nov 7, 2010
Wisdom wrote:
What is not in dispute is your claim of being a "wound expert" yet not having the legal authority to do any real wound care. And you never got any wound care clinical experience.
Facts are killers ain't they mr. quacker?
Wisdom just lied again. What a shock. In my state I have full legal authority to treat wounds with cold laser therapy. That's what I use after medical care was used (by an MD) and failed. My success rate is astounding. Thus, wisdom, who has NO clinical experience in anything remotely dealing with health care and has NO license to practice ANYTHING in health care, just lied. The truth stings, doesn't it, liar! he he OWNED!
Wisdom

Newark, NJ

#20 Nov 7, 2010
In your state, what ever state that mey be, you must be adequately trained before you treat a particular condition. That is a law in every state.

As you are quite ignorant, I'm not surprised you didn't know that.

Since you probably never even saw a wound, much less got adequate clinical training in wound care, you obviously are a quack and are not "adequately" trained..

Facts are fact dumb ass.

Another fact, NO chiropractic school in the country teaches wound care. And no chiropractic school in the country provides any clinical training in wound care ... simply because that is outside the scope of all of chiropractic.

There are quacks who claim that if you remove subluxations the body will heal better. Quackery personified.

Still can't remember where you got that clinical training in wound care? What a surprise.

But I do need a laugh ..... how long do you think it would take to learn how to hold a laser over a wound? he he he

Stop defrauding and misleading people.

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