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Dr. Alan Jenks Launches a New Platform Called iHealthology.com to Help People Stay Healthy

There are 8 comments on the AmericanBankingNews.com story from Dec 15, 2012, titled Dr. Alan Jenks Launches a New Platform Called iHealthology.com to Help People Stay Healthy. In it, AmericanBankingNews.com reports that:

Dr. Alan Jenks has treated thousands of patients as a Chiropractor and Applied Kinesiologist.

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Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Dec 15, 2012
".......... it is just our sick care system has made it almost impossible for the average person to say healthy for a lifetime," says Dr. Alan Jenks. Dr Alan has treated thousands of patients as a Chiropractor and Applied Kinesiologist ,,,,,"

Another full blown quack. As was the founder of "applied kinesiology", george goodhart,

Muscle testing to reveal nutritional deficiencies is classic quackery. No research, No evidence to support using "ak".

And the most bizarre is when these chiropractors engage in "surrogate testing". As exemplified when these quacks lay a child on the belly of their mothers and muscle test the mothers to find nutritional deficiencies in the child. Bizarre. Very bizarre. With no more than the occasional anecdotal story as their "evidence".

A full investigation is needed. As a former chiropractor who attended some of those "holiday inn" ak seminars, I can attest that this "ak" baloney is pure quackery.
wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Dec 15, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
".......... it is just our sick care system has made it almost impossible for the average person to say healthy for a lifetime," says Dr. Alan Jenks. Dr Alan has treated thousands of patients as a Chiropractor and Applied Kinesiologist ,,,,,"
Another full blown quack. As was the founder of "applied kinesiology", george goodhart,
Muscle testing to reveal nutritional deficiencies is classic quackery. No research, No evidence to support using "ak".
And the most bizarre is when these chiropractors engage in "surrogate testing". As exemplified when these quacks lay a child on the belly of their mothers and muscle test the mothers to find nutritional deficiencies in the child. Bizarre. Very bizarre. With no more than the occasional anecdotal story as their "evidence".
A full investigation is needed. As a former chiropractor who attended some of those "holiday inn" ak seminars, I can attest that this "ak" baloney is pure quackery.
Gee, is this even MORE sound advice from wisdom--the same loser who said (can't make it up this good),"advertising NOOPE during the "Mercedes 80's" was legal.
Folks, NOOPE means "No Out Of Pocket Expenses." Any MD or chiropractor who trolled for patients that way was committing a serious felony. Hundreds went to jail and lost their licenses. Wisdom said he condoned its use in advertising and said it was legal in many states. Uh, no loser, it wasn't. NOOPE was NEVER legal ANYWHERE at ANY time ANY Place in the US. Wisdom said it was and condoned its use. Could that be why he no longer practices chiropractic? Did he get caught advertising NOOPE? Sounds like it to me. Maybe that's why he's no longer a chiropractor. He certainly is no MD, let alone head of "neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital" as he likes to brag.
And now wisdom is dispensing more gems like this. Does this liar even know how delusional he is? NOOPE is just as legal as armed robbery. Get the picture? Wisdom will say anything to spread his lies. Good lord.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Dec 16, 2012
Guess we have here another surrogate testing chiroquacker. They come out of the dark when anyone exposes their bull crap.

Yes, chiropractors use "noope" even today. Its just an unspoken reality.

AK, another chiropractic scam.
wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#4 Dec 16, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Guess we have here another surrogate testing chiroquacker. They come out of the dark when anyone exposes their bull crap.
Yes, chiropractors use "noope" even today. Its just an unspoken reality.
AK, another chiropractic scam.
Boy, is this rich. Wisdom, who is not an MD or a chiropractic expert, said, "chiropractors use noope even today." That may be, but wisdom condones its use and said it was legal. In fact, wisdom used it himself, so he says, before he shuttered his doors after filing for bankruptcy.
Fact: Noope was NEVER legal anywhere at anytime.
Fact: Scores more MD's use Noope than chiropractors ever had--still do. Most MD's don't publicly advertise it in newspapers, but sneakily tell their patients (snicker, snicker) once they're in the office. Again, very illegal. MD's use of NOOPE is epidemic. All are committing serious felonies each time they tell a patient 'we'll accept whatever your insurance pays." All are felons. Wisdom condones its use. He said so himself.
What other advice is wisdom feeding you? Take wisdom's advice at your own risk.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Dec 16, 2012
Says the chiropractor above, "MD's use of NOOPE is epidemic. All are committing serious felonies ..."

ha ha ha ok mr. chiropractor. whatever you say. Why don't you let your state officials know about those "felony committing medical doctors".

Gee, did I just expose you as a lying fraud? This really is too easy.

Fact "ak" is a baseless chiropractic treatment. That much is clear.
wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#7 Dec 17, 2012
Worth repeating--wisdom is trying to divert your attention away from reality. I won't let that happen.

Boy, is this rich. Wisdom, who is not an MD or a chiropractic expert, said, "chiropractors use noope even today." That may be, but wisdom condones its use and said it was legal. In fact, wisdom used it himself, so he says, before he shuttered his doors after filing for bankruptcy.
Fact: Noope was NEVER legal anywhere at anytime.
Fact: Scores more MD's use Noope than chiropractors ever had--still do. Most MD's don't publicly advertise it in newspapers, but sneakily tell their patients (snicker, snicker) once they're in the office. Again, very illegal. MD's use of NOOPE is epidemic. All are committing serious felonies each time they tell a patient 'we'll accept whatever your insurance pays." All are felons. Wisdom condones its use. He said so himself.
What other advice is wisdom feeding you? Take wisdom's advice at your own risk.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Dec 17, 2012
"Fact "ak" is a baseless chiropractic treatment. That much is clear."

Seems you can't produce any evidence to the contrary, mr. chiropractor. Your off topic rant is classic chiropractic diversion. Funny that you think that you are fooling someone. Are your two patients fooled so easily?
wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#9 Dec 17, 2012
Again, worth repeating--wisdom is trying to divert your attention away from reality. I won't let that happen.

Boy, is this rich. Wisdom, who is not an MD or a chiropractic expert, said, "chiropractors use noope even today." That may be, but wisdom condones its use and said it was legal. In fact, wisdom used it himself, so he says, before he shuttered his doors after filing for bankruptcy.
Fact: Noope was NEVER legal anywhere at anytime.
Fact: Scores more MD's use Noope than chiropractors ever had--still do. Most MD's don't publicly advertise it in newspapers, but sneakily tell their patients (snicker, snicker) once they're in the office. Again, very illegal. MD's use of NOOPE is epidemic. All are committing serious felonies each time they tell a patient 'we'll accept whatever your insurance pays." All are felons. Wisdom condones its use. He said so himself.
What other advice is wisdom feeding you? Take wisdom's advice at your own risk.

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