#1 Aug 1, 2013
" chiropractic permits the immune system to function more effectively-"
There is no evidence that this is so.
How about chiropractors do a little research and have some legitimate evidence before making such claims? And scamming innocent and desperate people.
Just a thought.
#2 Aug 1, 2013
I guess it takes a scammer to know a scammer. Wisdom said while he was in practice, as brief as that was, that he trolled for patients by placing newspaper ads with the promise of NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses). This means he would inflate their bills, perform useless test, and over schedule just to pad the bills and send those bills to their insurance companies to be paid. A felony in ALL states. Always has been a felony. Always. Then (you won't believe this one) wisdom said NOOPE was 'legal in the mercedes 80's when everyone was doing it." Uh, no con, NOOPE has ALWAYS been a felony. So you can shut your lying, deceiving trap now about scammers. You only need to look in the mirror to find one.
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