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snuffleup

Durham, NC

#24 Jan 5, 2012
The really sad think (thing)...
snuffleup

Durham, NC

#25 Jan 5, 2012
"By the way, it is drugs that have OVER a 50% adverse rate, more like 95%."

I'm sure drugs taken as analgesics for LBP have lower rates than this as a group but medical first line therapy would be physical therapy which includes exercise and mobilization or manipualtion with nutrition if the MD is into integrative medicine. The PT using clinical prediction rules would get 10% better outcomes than wash or any other chiropractor.

Do you now see why your statement was naive washdc?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#26 Jan 5, 2012
snuffleup wrote:
Thank you Dr. Callahan. It's good to have another free thinking professional here.
He's clearly defensive. The really sad think is that chiropractors like him don't see that these problems aren't insurmountable, but the defensiveness prevents any progress and keeps chiropractic stuck in its current rut of mediocrity and nonacceptance by the scientific and mainstream medical communities.
I love it when losers like 'Cal' and 'Snufboy' get angry that I'm successful and they're not! I can just see the veins poppping out of their heads, "Ooooooo, I'll get that wabbit!" he he he
See, it's like this: When you're an 'all the way loser' like cal and snuf, well, you get frustrated. See, fellas like that can't understand why in the world they weren't able to succeed since they're so, so, sooooooooo much smarter than anyone else. he he he he
Hey, I guess being a loser is in your genes, guys. Maybe in your next life you'll find more success and then maybe your bellyaching can stop. Ciau, baby!!
snuffleup

Durham, NC

#27 Jan 5, 2012
Being a successful quack doesn't count wash.

Everyone please ignore him in the future. He seems to get some sick pleasure out of responses. I guess he's used to people ignoring him-probably because his opinions are worthless and he resorts to fallacy instead of valid arguments.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#28 Jan 5, 2012
snuffleup wrote:
Being a successful quack doesn't count wash.
Everyone please ignore him in the future. He seems to get some sick pleasure out of responses. I guess he's used to people ignoring him-probably because his opinions are worthless and he resorts to fallacy instead of valid arguments.
ahhhhhhh ha ha ha ha! Yeah! Please ignore me everyone, just like snufboy said HE would! I'm living rent free in this loser's mind.
The jealous loser only wishes he had my practice and my income. Just remember, each time snuf posts about me, that means he seething with jealously. Remember that!!
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#29 Jan 5, 2012
Wash boy hasn
't had an original thought for years. he's a chiropractor.

And really, who else but a chiropractor would claim to be "rich" in a blog?

No really, washboy, we believe you.
Dumb ass.
ha ha
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#30 Jan 6, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Wash boy hasn
't had an original thought for years. he's a chiropractor.
And really, who else but a chiropractor would claim to be "rich" in a blog?
No really, washboy, we believe you.
Dumb ass.
ha ha
ahhhhhhh ha ha ha ha! Yeah! Please ignore me everyone, just like snufboy said HE would! I'm living rent free in this loser's mind.
The jealous loser only wishes he had my practice and my income. Just remember, each time snuf posts about me, that means he seething with jealously. Remember that!!
drlivingstondc

Union City, TN

#31 Jan 23, 2012
Im a chiropractor. Been practicing 12 years now. I've treated on average 4500 patients a year. I've never claimed to cure cancer, deep wounds or ADHD as DrCallahan has stated. Nor do I know a chiropractor that has. I believe there are some out there that may make some claims, but they are very few and definitely not the standard. As I stated before I've been in practice for 12 years going on 13 years and never had one side effect in any of my patients that I know of. I swear to God, on my mothers grave and anything else you hold as holy. If you don't believe this then you have your own problems. I have helped 1000's of people. I've completely cured headaches that people have had for years, gotten people off pain medications that they had been taken for years. I have on average one person in here a day that had a back surgery that either didn't help or made them worse. I don't advertise and I don't typically brag about results. But for someone to make a claim that 50% of manipulations have adverse effects is purely a lie. Snuff cannot be a chiropractor or he never practiced. Don't judge a whole profession by a few bad apples. Get to know chiropractors that have successful practices without advertising or other scams. You just might be very impressed. I'll put my skills for removing back pain, helping disc problems, elimination sciatica and helping neck pain up against any medical provider. I'd put all the money have have that in a 50 patient study, my results would be not only better but way better they any other provider. And if you want research done on the successful outcomes of manipulation and don't believe chiropractors then go read up on some of the physical therapy profession new research coming out the past 3 years. They have done some really good research that has validated and proved the benefits of manipulation. Surely you know that PT's are getting the right to manipulate now in certain states and fighting for it in all states. Why? Because it works. Or is the physical therapy profession a bunch of quacks too?????
DrCallahan

Central Islip, NY

#32 Jan 24, 2012
Well, dr, your colleague, and mine unfortunately, washington chiro above, has claimed that as a chiropractor, he is an expert at wound care and has claimed that he can cure "deep wounds".

Read the blogs here and you will see many many chiropractors making outrageous claims, from reducing insulin dependecne in type 1 diabetics to helping treat parkinsons, bed wetting and sexual dysfunction.

You'll also note that the "subluxation causes disease theory" is still the foundation of chiropractic. As taught in the worlds largest chiropractic schools such as life, palmer and sherman.

Wisdom is correct. As much as we'd like chiropractic to be something different, "chiropractic" has already been defioned for us. We need to admit it and encourage the authorities and licensing boards to rid the field of quackery.

And while general manipulation has been shown to be effective for simple low back conditions, chiropractic techniques such as activator, nucca and AK, activator being used by more than half of all chiropractors, do not have any evidence to support their use. Its a shame but a fact.

So, dr, quackery runs deep in chiropractic across the U.S.

And bragging about how many people you've cured is so innappropriate here.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#33 Jan 24, 2012
DrLivingston,

First, "wisdom" and "drcal" are one and the same--the same loser. That's a fact.
Second, drcal/wisdom have zero credibility. No professional degrees. He is clealy not an expert on anything except lying.
Oh, and yes, I do treat deep wounds and all sorts of wounds, and VERY successfully. What the loser, cal/wis fail to mention is that I see wound patients AFTER they received medical care and did not heal after their initial medical care. Some of the wounds I see have not healed even months after medical care with dressing, medication, etc.
My success rate is huge. I use low level laser therapy from THOR laser. It has made a world of difference in my patient's lives.
Too bad the cal/wis doesn't know about low level laser therapy for wound care. But even if this loser did, he still would not be able to treat anyone since he doesn't have a professional license and no professional degrees. Wis/cal is a fraud and a con.
Cal/wis is a loser. Period. Oh, and a jealous and angry loser at that.
For everone else, here is a news clip on the type of laser I use to treat deep wounds. I also make a TON of money healing people. ALL CASH! And I don't accept a single penny if they don't get better (which is rare). First results, then and only then will I accept pay.
Here is the clip:
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#34 Jan 24, 2012
Like I said dr chiropractor, this colleague of yours claims to cure deep wounds.

You were correct in dismissing him as a quack. Particularly because, as you must know, CHIROPRACTORS GET NO ACTUAL CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN TREATING WOUNDS. And you also know that chiropractors couldn't tell the difference between arterial and venous ulcers. Between diabetic ulcers and venous stasis ulcers. Between a stage II pressure ulcer and excoriation.

That alone exposes your colleague as a quack. And you don't have the integrity to denounce and renounce him, because ....... you are a chiropractor.

And while its very common for chiropractors to justify their quackery by claiming they make "lots of money",(both of you quacks have now done it in your last posts) it really is evidence of pure stupidity. Because we all believe you .....ha ha.

I truly am glad that I left such stupidity in the past.

Oh and the "cash" claim. ha ha Yup, no WC, No PI, no insurance patients ... ha ha

Who exactly do you think you are posting too?

I know way more about chiropractic than you could ever dream of.

Time to empty the chiropractic diaper.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#35 Jan 24, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Like I said dr chiropractor, this colleague of yours claims to cure deep wounds.
You were correct in dismissing him as a quack. Particularly because, as you must know, CHIROPRACTORS GET NO ACTUAL CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN TREATING WOUNDS. And you also know that chiropractors couldn't tell the difference between arterial and venous ulcers. Between diabetic ulcers and venous stasis ulcers. Between a stage II pressure ulcer and excoriation.
That alone exposes your colleague as a quack. And you don't have the integrity to denounce and renounce him, because ....... you are a chiropractor.
And while its very common for chiropractors to justify their quackery by claiming they make "lots of money",(both of you quacks have now done it in your last posts) it really is evidence of pure stupidity. Because we all believe you .....ha ha.
I truly am glad that I left such stupidity in the past.
Oh and the "cash" claim. ha ha Yup, no WC, No PI, no insurance patients ... ha ha
Who exactly do you think you are posting too?
I know way more about chiropractic than you could ever dream of.
Time to empty the chiropractic diaper.
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HA! Wisdom Sandusky's ignorance is only bested by his lying. Wisdom is a fraud with no professional degrees.
He did NOT know about low level laser therapy for wounds. I had to teach him--and he still didn't learn.
Wisdom is a fake in the purest sense--someone who brags but has nothing to back it up.
The fraud and con, wisdom, simply looked up wounds and listed the type of wounds he found on wikipedia. Any moron can do that--which he just did.
Folks, wisdom does not have any professional credentials. One board certified neurologist said this about wisdom, and I quote, "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." Well said.
Let's not forget, wisdom is still fascinated with diapers. Look at his last post. Speaks volumes.
If you want a true chiropractic expert with REAL degrees, look no further than Dr. Scott Haldeman, DC, MD, Phd. He has real degrees. Wisdom faked his. It shows--BIG time.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#36 Jan 24, 2012
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA AH AH AH AH AH!!!
The fraud,'wisdom' wrote, "Oh and the "cash" claim. ha ha Yup, no WC, No PI, no insurance patients ... ha ha

Who exactly do you think you are posting too?"

I know who I'm talking to. A lying sac who knows nothing about chiropractic but everything about diapers! What a pervert.Wisdom treats us to his knowledge on diapers with almost each post. See, all self-proclaimed experts should know about diapers--so one day they can grow up to be a loser like wisdom.
he he he Thanks for the laugh, loser.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#37 Jan 25, 2012
Like I said dr chiropractor, this colleague of yours claims to cure deep wounds.

You were correct in dismissing him as a quack. Particularly because, as you must know, CHIROPRACTORS GET NO ACTUAL CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN TREATING WOUNDS. And you also know that chiropractors couldn't tell the difference between arterial and venous ulcers. Between diabetic ulcers and venous stasis ulcers. Between a stage II pressure ulcer and excoriation.

That alone exposes your colleague as a quack. And you don't have the integrity to denounce and renounce him, because ....... you are a chiropractor.

And while its very common for chiropractors to justify their quackery by claiming they make "lots of money",(both of you quacks have now done it in your last posts) it really is evidence of pure stupidity. Because we all believe you .....ha ha.

I truly am glad that I left such stupidity in the past.

Oh and the "cash" claim. ha ha Yup, no WC, No PI, no insurance patients ... ha ha

Who exactly do you think you are posting too?

I know way more about chiropractic than you could ever dream of.

Time to empty the chiropractic diaper.
Wisdom

Manhasset, NY

#38 Jan 25, 2012
That's the latest from chiropractic gurus. Get rich with a "cash only practice". Yup, who needs that damn insurance? ha ha

I've known so many chiropractors that have tried that baloney as a last resort to staying ion practice. Most have moved on to legit work.

Others continue to struggle in small dimly lit rooms, no receptionists and more devastatingly, NO patients. Just this month another chiropractor in my area folded up shop. 10 years of her life, wasted. And now buried under student loan debt. And she graduated form the top chiropractic school in the country. She's on to nursing school. Many of her colleagues are suffering the same fate.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#39 Jan 25, 2012
Hey, can't help it if wisdom is a loser. Read above. He now wants everyone to be a loser--just like him!
You should also note that wisdom just lied--as usual.
A chiropractor, like any licensed practitioner, can get wound care training after graduation. See, the lying sac, wisdom, would like you to believe that post graduate training does not exist in chiropractic. It does. There are dozens of post graduate certifications a chiropractor can get AFTER graduating chiropractic school. One of them is wound care training. I took it. I use the training to help hundreds of patients each year.
Following wisdom's misleading logic (I'm being generous here since they're outright lies) all MD's can do open heart surgery the minute they graduate from medical school. No further training needed. See how stupid that sounds? Hey, that's wisdom for ya. He just doesn't know.
I do not accept a single penny of insurance money. Haven't for years. My entire practice is cash. All of it. I do very, VERY well, as most chiropractors in my area do.
I cannot believe my luck that I'm a chiropractor. I get to help thousands of people a year and make a fantastic living.
Wisdom is simply a loser who couldn't make it in life. Too bad for him. POh, but he sure learned a thing or two about diapers. The perv.
Chuck

Santa Clara, CA

#40 Sep 15, 2012
First and foremost ALL chiropractors are QUACKS! I've dealt with themin the past and one's who sling their purported nutritional expertice upon you. Naturopathy and homeopathy are worthless, ancient practices that, in modern times, "work" for very naive people. Western medicine has its faults. Nothing is perfect as we're all only human. However most Western medical treatments are 100% successful. Many people wouldn't be alive today without meds to regulate hormones for cancer prevention, meds to control high cholestrol, meds to treat high blood pressure and life saving blood thinners. Tell me now, is there any so-called natural supplement that can cure any of those, or treat those above ailments? That's right the answer is NO! PS I experimented with the wonderful world of "natural cures" for my cholesterol and heart disease and renal failure I suffer from. NOTHING WORKED! What works for me: beta blocker (Bystolic), calcium channel blockers (EX-Forge and Amlodipine), blood thinners (Plavix) and statins for high cholesterol (Simvistatin). My cardiologist said that I'd be dead without these drugs and I believe him! Listen to your doctor! He/she is the one with the TRUE medical knowledge and years and years of education. Doctors and are TRUE scientists not some warehouse flunkies like chiropractors who pretend to be scientists.
Chuck

Santa Clara, CA

#41 Sep 15, 2012
KUDOS TO THE POSTER "WISDOM" FOR TELLING IT LIKE IT IS! HE'S A TRUE TRUTH SEEKER!
Exposing the losers

Buffalo Grove, IL

#42 Sep 15, 2012
Chuck wrote:
KUDOS TO THE POSTER "WISDOM" FOR TELLING IT LIKE IT IS! HE'S A TRUE TRUTH SEEKER!
"Chuck" sounds like another garden variety loser who worships other losers like wisdom.
Me? Glad you asked. Last week I treated 112 patients--all cash. There is nothing better than helping people out of pain and making a fabulous living do it. Chiropractic rocks!!
Sorry you're such a loser, Chuck. But hey, try playing the lottery--there you'll find a massive line of losers. You should feel right at home.

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