Local Chiropractors Discuss: Are Chir...

Local Chiropractors Discuss: Are Chiropractic X-Rays Safe?

There are 22 comments on the Waukesha story from Dec 23, 2013, titled Local Chiropractors Discuss: Are Chiropractic X-Rays Safe?. In it, Waukesha reports that:

Are Chiropractic X-Rays Safe? Patients occasionally ask whether chiropractic x-rays are safe, so we wanted to summarize the current FDA statements on x-ray safety and give you a couple credible resources where you can learn more.

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Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#1 Dec 23, 2013
Just another chiroquacker claiming to he's qualified to treat ADHD.

Does chiropractic stupidity ever end?
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Dec 24, 2013
And let's not forget the advice above was brought to you by the tool "wisdom," who stole plenty from insurance companies during the "mercedes 80's" by (his words) "performing generic manipulation for no specific conditions whatsoever" but still managed to bilk insurance companies by providing fake diagnostic codes. That's the kind of "expertise" he offers.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#3 Dec 24, 2013
I guess you think you can cure/treat adhd also?

I need a good laugh, what chiropractic technique do YOU think is most effective at treating adhd. And what level "chiropractic subluxation" do YOU think is the culprit?
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#4 Dec 24, 2013
Lookie! Lookie! The tool "wisdom" is still, yes STILL ducking the question--the coward. How did he manage to collect insurance money during the "mercedes 80" by performing generic manipulaton with NO condition in mind and no diagnostic code. I know--I think I have the answer--I can answer that--he BILKED them by LYING on the insurance forms.
I can just see the letters he wrote to the insurance companies. "Dear insurance company. You customer came to see me for no specific condition, and no reason whatsoever. He heard I did generic manipulation for no reason at all and I decided to schedule him for 20 visits. I hope you don't mind. See, I think chiropractic is good for nothing, and I'm the only honest chiropractor around. So even though I didn't treat your customer for any specific condition, pay me anyway. Please reward me for being honetst. Sincerely, The Tool known as "wisdom."
See what I mean? The above fraud BILKED insurance companies by lying to them. He belongs in jail.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#5 Dec 30, 2013
Never billed for treating add or adhd like you quacks do today.

Seems the chiropractor above doesn't understand what fraud is. typical!
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#6 Dec 30, 2013
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA! The above tool "wisdom", yes, the idiot who knows zero about chiropractic and zero about medicine, has yet ANOTHER day off from his 'critical care doctor job." AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA. Man, that fraud has it good. Get's paid to post lies online 10 hours a day. he he he
Thus, a repeat: Enjoy.
Lookie! Lookie! The tool "wisdom" is still, yes STILL ducking the question--the coward. How did he manage to collect insurance money during the "mercedes 80" by performing generic manipulaton with NO condition in mind and no diagnostic code. I know--I think I have the answer--I can answer that--he BILKED them by LYING on the insurance forms.
I can just see the letters he wrote to the insurance companies. "Dear insurance company. You customer came to see me for no specific condition, and no reason whatsoever. He heard I did generic manipulation for no reason at all and I decided to schedule him for 20 visits. I hope you don't mind. See, I think chiropractic is good for nothing, and I'm the only honest chiropractor around. So even though I didn't treat your customer for any specific condition, pay me anyway. Please reward me for being honetst. Sincerely, The Tool known as "wisdom."
See what I mean? The above fraud BILKED insurance companies by lying to them. He belongs in jail.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#7 Jan 1, 2014
Seems this quack doesn't even know that mild spinal manipulation can help chronic and acute strain/sprains.

I guess he just treats add, adhd, deep wounds, eczema, asthma, animals etc etc.
Indeed, he is a "modern day" chiropractor.

And yes, the 80's were a wonderful time to be a chiropractor. problem is, chiropractors chose to stay in the dark ages.

I moved on and so should you. best of luck. No hard feelings. just stop ripping off innocent and desperate people.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#8 Jan 1, 2014
The above tool "wisdom" is yet again, yes AGAIN ducking the question. Didn't see those diagnostic or treatment codes.Thus, a repeat. Enjoy.
Lookie! Lookie! The tool "wisdom" is still, yes STILL ducking the question--the coward. How did he manage to collect insurance money during the "mercedes 80" by performing generic manipulaton with NO condition in mind and no diagnostic code. I know--I think I have the answer--I can answer that--he BILKED them by LYING on the insurance forms.
I can just see the letters he wrote to the insurance companies. "Dear insurance company. You customer came to see me for no specific condition, and no reason whatsoever. He heard I did generic manipulation for no reason at all and I decided to schedule him for 20 visits. I hope you don't mind. See, I think chiropractic is good for nothing, and I'm the only honest chiropractor around. So even though I didn't treat your customer for any specific condition, pay me anyway. Please reward me for being honetst. Sincerely, The Tool known as "wisdom."
See what I mean? The above fraud BILKED insurance companies by lying to them. He belongs in jail.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#9 Jan 1, 2014
Only an ignorant chiropractor wouldn't know the billing codes for strain/sprains.

But, NO, x-rays done by chiropractors who look for fictitious "chiropractic subluxations" are dangerous and fraudulent.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#10 Jan 1, 2014
Sorrry tool (wisdom), your latest diversionary tactics are not quite clever enough. Not quite. Almost, but not quite. Still ducking the question. Thus, as promised, a repeat. Enjoy.

Lookie! Lookie! The tool "wisdom" is still, yes STILL ducking the question--the coward. How did he manage to collect insurance money during the "mercedes 80" by performing generic manipulaton with NO condition in mind and no diagnostic code. I know--I think I have the answer--I can answer that--he BILKED them by LYING on the insurance forms.
I can just see the letters he wrote to the insurance companies. "Dear insurance company. You customer came to see me for no specific condition, and no reason whatsoever. He heard I did generic manipulation for no reason at all and I decided to schedule him for 20 visits. I hope you don't mind. See, I think chiropractic is good for nothing, and I'm the only honest chiropractor around. So even though I didn't treat your customer for any specific condition, pay me anyway. Please reward me for being honetst. Sincerely, The Tool known as "wisdom."
See what I mean? The above fraud BILKED insurance companies by lying to them. He belongs in jail.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#11 Jan 2, 2014
As I recall;

neck pain = 723.1
manual therapy = 97140

Be careful though, most chiropractors scam insurance companies by using 97140 when they engage in bizarre and unfounded "treatments" like activator, nucca, gonstead, hio, thompson, logan basic, network etc etc. And that would be fraud, as committed by the majority of chiropractors.

There are many billing seminars you can attend. Just look around. And try to focus on the topic at hand ...... dangerous and unnecessary chiropractic x-rays. probably > 95% of them.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#12 Jan 2, 2014
Let's see here. The above tool (wisdom) said he only treated neck pain (ONLY neck pain) during the mercedes 80's and used only generic, non-specific adjustments. At first, it sounds like he was practicing straight, subluxation based chiropractic--upper cervical. But since the fraud said he only used "generic manipulation" whatever that is, it means he had ZERO skill as a chiropractor. None. No adjusting skills whatsoever. But I guess if you plug in the right codes, even if you're lying, the insurance companies will pay you. Don't know--I don't accept ANY form of insurance. I have no experience scamming them. You'll have to ask the above tool for scamming advice.
Nonetheless, since the tool can no longer scam insurance companies, as he did in the 'mercedes 80's' he was forced to fold his 'practice' and lie about being in 'critical care'. he he he. Not one person here believes that for one second. I mean, don't ALL real critical care doctors have 8-10 hours a day to post lies online?

Since: Jan 14

Delhi, India

#13 Jan 3, 2014
Xrays are very important for chiropractic safety.
Moroni Nephite

Salt Lake City, UT

#14 Jan 3, 2014
Wisdom wrote:
Never billed for treating add or adhd like you quacks do today.
Seems the chiropractor above doesn't understand what fraud is. typical!
If you will speak freely of Quacks and outlandish claims, please explain prescribing amphetamines for ADH, ADHD. In the beginning of the scam, amphetamines were to only have a paradoxical efficacy on children. Then, miraculously, it was decided the same could be said with adults. All of this without any measurement or proof, other than cooked "studies" sponsored by drug companies.

Wisdom, you are a bitter person. If the pharmaceutical industry and the medical racket can peddle their baloney, leave DCs alone.
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#15 Jan 3, 2014
"leave DCs alone"

No.

I am an expert on chiropractic matters and this is a "chiropractic" blog. If you want to debate the merits of pharmacology for those with add and adhd, I suggest you debate psychiatrists on their blogs. I'm sure you'd set them straight.

Continuing ..... the majority of chiropractors engage in fraud.

I'm guessing you don't know the first thing about chiropractic but you chose to give your uniformed opinion anyway?
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#16 Jan 3, 2014
"Moroni" wisdom is a failed chiropractor. Period. He ripped off insurance companies during what he calls "the mercedes 80's" then had to fold his tent when the insurance companies caught him. He knows nothing about chiropractic. Absolutely no one here has ANY respect for this loser.

Oh, and by the way, he's no "critical care doctor" as he lies about each day. If he is, he hasn't worked a day in years. He posts 8-10 hours online each day--you know, like all critical care doctors.
Who is the Quack

Newport Beach, CA

#17 Jan 3, 2014
Wisdom wrote:
"leave DCs alone"
No.
I am an expert on chiropractic matters and this is a "chiropractic" blog. If you want to debate the merits of pharmacology for those with add and adhd, I suggest you debate psychiatrists on their blogs. I'm sure you'd set them straight.
Continuing ..... the majority of chiropractors engage in fraud.
I'm guessing you don't know the first thing about chiropractic but you chose to give your uniformed opinion anyway?
You are an internet bufoon. I have no idea of your past, though you engage in sniping on chiropractic physicians. I have been a consumer of both and if one has results, without harm, it is at the very least just as valid as the other. ADH/ADHD cannot be measured. There is no proof of this, only a drug industry and a group of hack MDs backing it and profitting from it. There are a group of people, DCs, doing the same off their contentions. If you want to challenge their claims with insults on this forum, then let me call your hand on the medical end. I will do this because you claim to be a MD. I think you might have been a practicing DC at one time but I know you are currently a POS.
Moroni Nephite

Salt Lake City, UT

#18 Jan 3, 2014
Wisdom wrote:
"leave DCs alone"
No.
I am an expert on chiropractic matters and this is a "chiropractic" blog. If you want to debate the merits of pharmacology for those with add and adhd, I suggest you debate psychiatrists on their blogs. I'm sure you'd set them straight.
Continuing ..... the majority of chiropractors engage in fraud.
I'm guessing you don't know the first thing about chiropractic but you chose to give your uniformed opinion anyway?
I chose to give my "uniformed" (sic) opinion? You are an "expert" on chiropractic matters and this is a "chiropractic" blog?

In your grandiose delusions you are claiming to be an expert on a subject you were a failure, and possibly an insurance fraudster, at. In your narcissistic nastiness you deign to exclude me from "your" blog, claiming my opinion is uninformed. Let me elaborate on my "uninformed" opinion and state that even to a dunderhead such as I you are a classless douche bag. Have a wonderful week end of bitterness, Mr. "Wisdom."
Wisdom

Williston Park, NY

#21 Jan 4, 2014
"you are claiming to be an expert on a subject you were a failure, and possibly an insurance fraudster ..."

Nice try. I am an expert on chiropractic matters because I am well versed on most things "chiropractic". Period. Calling someone a fraudster without a shred of evidence is the epitome of illogical thinking. The ad hominem fallacy, look it up.

But it is so typical of defenders of chiropractic to know NOTHING about "chiropractic". You are no different.

Oh and when you call someone a "bufoon", you might want to spell it correctly, buffoon.
Moroni Nephite

Salt Lake City, UT

#22 Jan 4, 2014
You admitted to NOOPE and also blanket adjustments for insurance. As pointed out, you had to use an insurance coded diagnosis. You were a fraudster, unless you can explain how you did this without commiting fraud. Seems as if you were okay with the "racket" when you could fraudster it. Your business management and personality cannot bring in the cash, apparently.

It is no fallacy, you are very bitter concerning your failure. It is evident with your full time posting. If all are truly ignorant who defend chiropractic, then it must have taken a prize boob to have spent so many years of their life, not to speak of the funds involved, to have failed at the "quackery" and continue to carry a grudge. Excactly how long did it take for you to figure it was hogwash, when you could no longer milk insurance?

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