Chiropractic and diabetes - The connection between blood sugar and the spine

Apr 12, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NewsTarget.com

The possibility for chiropractic care to help people with diabetes is an up and coming area of research, and it is an important one.

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Wisdom

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Apr 14, 2012
 

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hundreds, if not thousands of chiropractors across this country are using this extremely limited one patient study to imply that they can help reduce the insulin needs in type 1 diabetics.

Lets be clear, there is NO evidence that "chiropractic" can reduce insulin needs in type 1 diabetics. It is SICK SICK SICK that these quacks include that "study" in their advertising for patients.

And let's also be clear that chiropractors get NO, and I mean NO, actual clinical experience in examining, diagnosing or treating type 1 diabetics. NONE NONE NONE. These sick quacks have NO right to imply that they are qualified to treat patients with diabetes.

They should be thrown in jail. this is a very sick and unethical thing that these quacks are doing.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

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Apr 14, 2012
 
Wisdom has no clue what he's talking about. He says he's a failed chiropractor. Oh, but let's take a failure's word for it. Hey, you can't say he didn't warn you. Wisdom stated quite clearly that he had no skills and no talent for business--thus he failed. But I guess his failing in practice makes him an expert--on losing.
PhysicalT

Frackville, PA

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Apr 17, 2012
 
Wisdom when things as simple as mental state alter hormonal release it begs questioning that there are natural complements to aid the body achieve balance and a greater state of wellness. Your pathetic, in a matter of minutes I see you post the same ole verbiage everyday. Get over yourself already.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

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Apr 18, 2012
 
Hey, where did that creep, wisdom, go? He hasn't posted any of his lies for four days! I hope he's ok. I need a good laugh from a clown every so often. He's had yet to be bested in the fraud/liar department. He still reigns king!
Let it be known, wisdom is no doctor! Not any type of doctor. He's like mars. People are still questioning whether or not intelligent life exists on either. Of the two, I'd put my money on mars! he he he
Wisdom

New Hyde Park, NY

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Apr 18, 2012
 
ha ha "mental state alter hormone release"?

Ummm you need to reread my first post. If you think you know a chiropractic treatment that has been legitimately shown to reduce insulin dependence in type 1 diabetics, please feel free to post.

Until then, any chiropractors who claims or implies that he can reduce the insulin needs in type 1 diabetics by "adjusting" the spine BELONGS IN JAIL. PERIOD, END OF STORY.

What a bunch of sickos you quacks are by preying upon desperate and innocent people. Dumb ass chiropractors and their defenders.

Not to mention that chiropractors do not get any actual clinical experience in examining, diagnosing or treating type 1 diabetics. just more evidence that chiropractors are outright morons.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

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Apr 18, 2012
 
Wisdom wrote:
ha ha "mental state alter hormone release"?
Ummm you need to reread my first post. If you think you know a chiropractic treatment that has been legitimately shown to reduce insulin dependence in type 1 diabetics, please feel free to post.
Until then, any chiropractors who claims or implies that he can reduce the insulin needs in type 1 diabetics by "adjusting" the spine BELONGS IN JAIL. PERIOD, END OF STORY.
What a bunch of sickos you quacks are by preying upon desperate and innocent people. Dumb ass chiropractors and their defenders.
Not to mention that chiropractors do not get any actual clinical experience in examining, diagnosing or treating type 1 diabetics. just more evidence that chiropractors are outright morons.
Wisdom, who is not an MD or chiropractor, thinks chiropractors care whether or not they can prescribe insulin. News flash: no one cares. It isn't a big honor to prescribe insulin. I have a huge practice and I never once prescribed insulin. Another news flash: Airline pilots and auto mechanics also can't prescribe insulin.
I'd rather go to an auto mechanic for health advice than some of the MD's I know. I happen to know one MD who graduated from a flunky caribbean medical school. It's easier to become an MD from a caribbean medical school than it is to pass your GED. Absolutely true. Any schmuck with forty grand a year can become an MD at any of the caribbean medical schools. All are corrupt and worthless.
But, hey, you wind up getting a license to practice medicine. Scary indeed. Most most of these caribbean docs wind up as physiatrists since they can't get a residency in the specialty they want. None do surgery--except for removing splinters. So when the fraud wisdom says 'see a physiatrist instead of a chiropractor' he's talking about a flunky caribbean grad. he he he
Wisdom

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Apr 19, 2012
 
The ignorant chiropractor above said, " It's easier to become an MD from a caribbean medical school than it is to pass your GED."

Look, I imagine it was very difficult for you to get your GED. But, if you think passing the U.S. medical boards is easy, then you indeed are one dumb jack ass. But a chiropractor bashing medicine is very typical, nothing new here.

I also understand that chiropractor think that clicking spines with an activator and putting blocks under people's hip is a challenging task, but I assure you mr. chiropractor, it is not only very simple but very stupid as well.

These chiropractors are implying that they can reduce the insulin needs of type 1 diabetics by "adjusting" spines. That is quackery Pure and simple.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

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Apr 19, 2012
 
Caribbean medical schools crank out the world's scummiest, ignorant doctors. Oh, but wisdom, for some reason, is proud of them. And no, it isn't hard to pass the exams to get licensed in the U.S. Any flunky with a Caribbean medical school education can take a 'cram course' and retain the necessary information for a few hours. For that matter, any guy off the street can take the same cram course and pass the exams.
I repeat: It is easier to become an MD at a Caribbean medical school than passing your GED. Any schmuck who can borrow forty grand a year automatically gets admitted. Period.
Oh, but not one would be given a decent residency. They all become physiatrists. I don't know any Caribbean flunkies who perform surgery other than removing splinters.
Wisdom

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Apr 19, 2012
 
There are so many top surgeons who graduated from Caribbean schools that it would make your head spin. But you are a chiropractor who clicks spines with an activator for a "living". That must be quite challenging .... he he

Quack!
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

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Apr 19, 2012
 
Wisdom just lied. The number of Caribbean trained MD's (if you can call them that) that have gone through real surgical residencies can be counted on one hand.
I repeat: It is easier to get an MD degree from a Caribbean medical school than it is to pass your GED. If you somehow get your hands on forty grand a year, you too can go to a Caribbean medical school, cram for the boards and get a license. God help the poor schmuck to actually visits one of these 'doctors'. I'd rather take my chances skydiving with a broken parachute.
Caribbeangraduat e

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Apr 20, 2012
 
Never gave chiropractors much thought, but you are truly ignorant when it comes to graduates of foreign and Caribbean medical schools. Caribbean medical school graduates head departments throughout the United States. A quick google search should have been done before you posted.
Washington Chiro

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Apr 20, 2012
 
Caribbeangraduate wrote:
Never gave chiropractors much thought, but you are truly ignorant when it comes to graduates of foreign and Caribbean medical schools. Caribbean medical school graduates head departments throughout the United States. A quick google search should have been done before you posted.
Yeah, I'd like to see the quality of those 'departments'. Alright, some departments in the ghettos will take third world doctors. Truth be told, just about everyone who went to one of these so called 'medical schools' in the Caribbean couldn't buy their way into a real medical school in the US. They weren't smart enough. These flunkies borrowed a boatload of money or had a sugar daddy plunk down forty grand a year to get that piece of paper that allowed them to cram for the boards, get a license, then played doctor with their limited intellectual capacity.
Who in their right mind would knowingly seek treatment from a 'doctor' who graduated from a Caribbean medical school when they can just as easily see one who graduated from a a real US medical school?
This is not medical bashing. This is stupid doctor bashing. Like everyone else, I see an MD when I have to. And when I do it's always a real one--someone who graduated from a college I can look up online, knowing real educators taught these physicians--not third world mercenaries.
Defend these flunky Caribbean doctors all you want. You know the truth about them as well as I do.
CODY

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Jun 6, 2012
 
Washington Chiro wrote:
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Yeah, I'd like to see the quality of those 'departments'. Alright, some departments in the ghettos will take third world doctors. Truth be told, just about everyone who went to one of these so called 'medical schools' in the Caribbean couldn't buy their way into a real medical school in the US. They weren't smart enough. These flunkies borrowed a boatload of money or had a sugar daddy plunk down forty grand a year to get that piece of paper that allowed them to cram for the boards, get a license, then played doctor with their limited intellectual capacity.
Who in their right mind would knowingly seek treatment from a 'doctor' who graduated from a Caribbean medical school when they can just as easily see one who graduated from a a real US medical school?
This is not medical bashing. This is stupid doctor bashing. Like everyone else, I see an MD when I have to. And when I do it's always a real one--someone who graduated from a college I can look up online, knowing real educators taught these physicians--not third world mercenaries.
Defend these flunky Caribbean doctors all you want. You know the truth about them as well as I do.
Hey "doc" Washboy....you really are a stunatz aren't you. It's Chiros that "play doctor".....stunatz!!!
You really are the grand wizard of idiots. Click-click, pop-pop, bang on backs, twist-twist....what BS....and soooooooooo.....specific.
Washington Chiro

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Jun 6, 2012
 
CODY wrote:
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Hey "doc" Washboy....you really are a stunatz aren't you. It's Chiros that "play doctor".....stunatz!!!
You really are the grand wizard of idiots. Click-click, pop-pop, bang on backs, twist-twist....what BS....and soooooooooo.....specific.
Excellent advice from an admitted loser (mrcody/wis) who said he failed in practice in less than two months! he he
CODY

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Washington Chiro wrote:
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Excellent advice from an admitted loser (mrcody/wis) who said he failed in practice in less than two months! he he
Like I said.....stunatz.
Washington Chiro

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Jun 6, 2012
 
CODY wrote:
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Like I said.....stunatz.
I treated 58 patients today.
Chiropractic is the GREATEST!
CODY

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Jun 7, 2012
 
Caribbeangraduate wrote:
Never gave chiropractors much thought, but you are truly ignorant when it comes to graduates of foreign and Caribbean medical schools. Caribbean medical school graduates head departments throughout the United States. A quick google search should have been done before you posted.
Carib Med Grad....if you just read a few of "Washington"...(aka "doc" Washboy)...is a Chiroquacker. Take anything and everything he writes with the smallest grain of salt. Ignorance is the least of this fraudulent chiros problem. He probably couldn't get into any med school. Chiropractors are the lost puppies of society with average intelligence at best. Any fool with a C average can get through Chiroquactic "school". It's a cult. Subluxations kill. Thats' their motto. Insanity. Enjoy your career...all the best to you.
Washington Chiro

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Jun 7, 2012
 
CODY wrote:
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Carib Med Grad....if you just read a few of "Washington"...(aka "doc" Washboy)...is a Chiroquacker. Take anything and everything he writes with the smallest grain of salt. Ignorance is the least of this fraudulent chiros problem. He probably couldn't get into any med school. Chiropractors are the lost puppies of society with average intelligence at best. Any fool with a C average can get through Chiroquactic "school". It's a cult. Subluxations kill. Thats' their motto. Insanity. Enjoy your career...all the best to you.
he he Hard to argue with a loser (cody) who said he swiftly failed in practice--oh so swiftly. And now he's passing out advice. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH
CODY

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Jun 7, 2012
 
Washington Chiro wrote:
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he he Hard to argue with a loser (cody) who said he swiftly failed in practice--oh so swiftly. And now he's passing out advice. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAH
Brain dead, brain washed...stunatz......and an anti-semite to boot. FYI...this is Cody....not Wisdom, Calahan or anyone else you think. You don't even have a clue. Get along now "Doc"...click - click. When you wake up and can answer a question let us all know. Simpleton.
Washington Chiro

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Jun 7, 2012
 
CODY wrote:
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Brain dead, brain washed...stunatz......and an anti-semite to boot. FYI...this is Cody....not Wisdom, Calahan or anyone else you think. You don't even have a clue. Get along now "Doc"...click - click. When you wake up and can answer a question let us all know. Simpleton.
Now boys and girls--here is a pop quiz. Answer the following with a simple a,b,c,d, or e.
Which is the fasted among the following list?
a. A cheetah
b. The Concord
c. Superman
d. The speed of light
e. How quickly cody/wis failed in practice

"e?" Excellent! Man, first guess out of the box and you nailed it! AHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

Ok, now for your bonus question:
Who's an angry, frustrated loser who is a known fraud and liar?
a. wisdom
b. callahan
c. cody
d. All of the above.

"d?" Damn!! Right again!! Man, you're good! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HA HA HA HA HA AH HA HA

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