Can chiropractor legally prescribe me...
Wisdom

New Hyde Park, NY

#417 Apr 14, 2012
I've denounced every school in the country. They are ALL quack factories. National less so.

And wether you believe I am an MD or not is your problem. And quite frankly, I have shown that I am quite knowledgeable about chiropractic. You have shown that you haven't a clue as to any chiropractic treatment except some mild generic manipulation references. As if that represents chiropractic.

Funny but wash boy, a "proud chiropractor" who claims he's "rich" never quite mentioned his quack school. To me, it doesn't matter as its a fact that no matter where he graduated from, the chiropractic school was a quack factory and he is also a bonafide quack. he has defended every bizarre chiropractic claim made here on "topix". From reducing insulin needs in type 1 diabetics (a sick sick claim) to eczema healing, curing bed wetting and helping parkinsons.

I get a kick out of a clown here using the term "ortho" as if that lends some crediblity to his posts. he he And yet has no knowledge about the bizarre chiropractic treatments like activator and nucca (used by tens of thousands of chiroquacks, by the way).

Exposing chiroquackery really is too easy. Ho hum.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#418 Apr 14, 2012
Wisdom denouncing chiropractic schools is like Hitler denouncing Israel. Both are purveyors of propaganda and the big lie.
If you want the opinion of a true chiropractic expert, ask someone who succeeded in practice, not someone like wisdom who brags he failed as a chiropractor. Wisdom 'the super fraud' knows nothing of chiropractic. Period.
Jeffrey P Riker DC

Delmar, NY

#419 Apr 18, 2012
If you were told there is no "nerve damage" then I am assuming you had a NCV/EMG examination. Please be aware that damage to the nerve roots may not show up for 4-6 weeks post injury, so if you are still having pain, numbness, tingling etc it might be appropriate to have another EMG performed and get an MRI
BostonGeorge wrote:
Hello,
Over the summer i hurt my neck bad. Bruised 2nd and 3rd vertebrae. Tests showed no nerve damage. But it has been about 2 or 3 months. My neck is throbbing all the time now. Definitely feels like nerve damage, bulging disks, ect.....
I see a psychiatrist and I my next appointment I am going to see if he can precribe something for my pain. Possibly neurontin, soma, flexerol.
Can chiropractor prescribe medication? Thank You
Jeffrey P Riker DC

Delmar, NY

#420 Apr 18, 2012
Wisdom, perhaps you should enlighten us with your vast and deep knowledge of the appropriate applications of electrodiagnostics in the modern day chiropractic office and the indications and contraindications to such examination. Perhaps you could give a brief synopsis on the different presentations one would expect to see on EMG examination of a chronic versus acute or sub acute radiculopathy for example, what sort of changes in the MUAP characteristics would one expect to see???
Wisdom wrote:
I've denounced every school in the country. They are ALL quack factories. National less so.
And wether you believe I am an MD or not is your problem. And quite frankly, I have shown that I am quite knowledgeable about chiropractic. You have shown that you haven't a clue as to any chiropractic treatment except some mild generic manipulation references. As if that represents chiropractic.
Funny but wash boy, a "proud chiropractor" who claims he's "rich" never quite mentioned his quack school. To me, it doesn't matter as its a fact that no matter where he graduated from, the chiropractic school was a quack factory and he is also a bonafide quack. he has defended every bizarre chiropractic claim made here on "topix". From reducing insulin needs in type 1 diabetics (a sick sick claim) to eczema healing, curing bed wetting and helping parkinsons.
I get a kick out of a clown here using the term "ortho" as if that lends some crediblity to his posts. he he And yet has no knowledge about the bizarre chiropractic treatments like activator and nucca (used by tens of thousands of chiroquacks, by the way).
Exposing chiroquackery really is too easy. Ho hum.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#421 Apr 18, 2012
It's way, way too easy to prove wisdom is and has always been a liar and fraud.
For a long time this con, wisdom, who says he's a failed chiropractor, has been imploring everyone to take his lying word that, "if a chiropractor recommended Tylenol even once, anywhere in the US, he'd instantly be thrown in jail."
Oh, ok, liar. What about this:
http://www.window.state.tx.us/tpr/tprchiro/tb...
In half the states (and now almost all since this link is somewhat dated) chiropractors can prescribe/and or recommend Tylonol and a lot of other OTC drugs, and in many states prescription drugs. But why?? It's no great honor to do so. I sure don't. I have a huge practice and I never prescribed any medication, although I can. I choose not to. Most chiropractors I know choose not to. We don't need to. Furthermore, we knew that drugs are not part of our scope BEFORE we went to chiropractic school. Even though a lot of chiropractors CAN prescribe, most choose not to.
Oh, but wisdom thinks it's a great honor to prescribe drugs. Even though wisdom is not a doctor of any kind, he insanely jealous of chiropractors.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#422 Apr 18, 2012
Ahhhh mr. riker. As an expert on chiropractic matters, let me expose the fact that most "emgs, ncv's and ssep's" performed IN chiropractic offices are unjustified, unnecessary and medically inappropriate. Most of these "neurological tests are performed by itinerant "testing" companies clearly in violation of the "Stark laws". A patient presenting with new onset radicular pain which an exam indicates an acute radiculopathy, without any symptoms requiring immediate surgical or medical intervention, should NOT be subjected to EMG or other nerve tests, invasive or not.

Most itinerant testing companies which perform tests in chiropractic offices do so in return for some type of remuneration on a per test basis. And that is illegal. Not to mention highly unethical.

Before I return to the topic of this thread, let me remind the chiropractors here how very pathetic their clinical experience in chiropractic school really is. From claiming to be experts in cardiology to intestinal disorders, chiropractors have evidenced that they are clearly ignorant of what it takes to be qualified in a particular field.

Remember, I was a chiropractor. I am THE expert.

But I need a good laugh from mr. riker. It looks like you are from NY. Please tell us all which pharmaceuticals NY chiropractors are legally allowed to prescribe. Your colleague here mr. wash boy has repeatedly claimed that he and chiropractors all over the place are allowed to "prescribe". Lets see if you are man enough to denounce your lying quack colleague.
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#423 Apr 18, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Ahhhh mr. riker. As an expert on chiropractic matters, let me expose the fact that most "emgs, ncv's and ssep's" performed IN chiropractic offices are unjustified, unnecessary and medically inappropriate. Most of these "neurological tests are performed by itinerant "testing" companies clearly in violation of the "Stark laws". A patient presenting with new onset radicular pain which an exam indicates an acute radiculopathy, without any symptoms requiring immediate surgical or medical intervention, should NOT be subjected to EMG or other nerve tests, invasive or not.
Most itinerant testing companies which perform tests in chiropractic offices do so in return for some type of remuneration on a per test basis. And that is illegal. Not to mention highly unethical.
Before I return to the topic of this thread, let me remind the chiropractors here how very pathetic their clinical experience in chiropractic school really is. From claiming to be experts in cardiology to intestinal disorders, chiropractors have evidenced that they are clearly ignorant of what it takes to be qualified in a particular field.
Remember, I was a chiropractor. I am THE expert.
But I need a good laugh from mr. riker. It looks like you are from NY. Please tell us all which pharmaceuticals NY chiropractors are legally allowed to prescribe. Your colleague here mr. wash boy has repeatedly claimed that he and chiropractors all over the place are allowed to "prescribe". Lets see if you are man enough to denounce your lying quack colleague.
he he he What else did you expect from the liar, wisdom, who was caught in his own lie. "Any chiropractor in this country would be jailed for even recommending a single Tylenol.
Yeah? http://www.window.state.tx.us/tpr/tprchiro/tb...
Again, wisdom, who is not a chiropractor or MD, was just caught in another one of his hundreds of lies.
Wisdom lies with each post. I just proved it. Wisdom is a con and a fraud.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#424 Apr 19, 2012
Why don't we let the NY chiropractor riker tell us which drugs he thinks he can prescribe, shall we?

I need a good laugh.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#425 Apr 19, 2012
ha ha By the way, some chiropractors can "recommend" tylenol or ibuprofen, not "prescribe" tylenol or ibuprofen. But I guess that concept is a little difficult for you to grasp.

My grandmother "recommended" tylenol, she did not give me a "prescription" for tylenol.

Hey, but if you think recommending tylenol is the equivalent of "prescribing" pharmaceuticals, its a free country. Only the rest of us understand just how stupid you are.

But lets let ny chiropractor riker respond to my post, shall we?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#426 Apr 19, 2012
Wisdom just lied. But that's a given.
Most chiropractors choose not to prescribe even though in many states they can.
http://www.window.state.tx.us/tpr/tprchiro/tb...
Oops, sorry. Did I just expose wisdom as a fraud and liar? Oops, sorry. Too easy.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#427 Apr 19, 2012
Oh yeah, you "exposed" me alright.

From your link, chiropractors in TX can, and I quote ""Recommend" Ibuprofen, Tylenol or Other Over-the-Counter Medication" .... just like my grandmother did.

he he

I can see that an ignorant chiropractor like yourself thinks that's the same as having narcotic and antibiotic prescription rights ..... but it ain't. Sorry to break the news to you.

Dumb ass.

But lets let ny chiropractor riker respond to my post, shall we? Or is he just another "hit and run" chiropractor?
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#428 Apr 19, 2012
Yup, I just exposed wisdom, the liar, as a liar!
Wisdom's lie: "If ANY chiropractor in the US even so much as recommended a single Tylenol, they would be sent to jail."
http://www.window.state.tx.us/tpr/tprchiro/tb...

Conclusion: Wisdom is a liar. Always has been. Always will be.
chiro is for everyone

Grosse Pointe, MI

#429 May 22, 2012
i think its interesting that the pittsburgh penguins would allow the face of the nhl and their franchise (sidney crosby) receive treatment from a chiropractor since they are such "frauds". he had concussion symptoms for a LONG time and really didn't make any progress with the treatment he was receiving. he saw dr. ted carrick and he helped his eventual return to the ice.... coincidence?
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/13/sports/hock...
http://articles.boston.com/2011-11-27/sports/...
you know that crosby got all available treatment and when it all failed he and his organization were finally desperate enough to "try anything" which lead him to chiropractic. sometimes you get desperate enough to try new things... crosby did and he is now playing the game again after not being sure he would ever return.
must be a coincidence... a quack couldn't have helped him
chiro is for everyone

Grosse Pointe, MI

#430 May 22, 2012
http://espn.go.com/nhl/story/_/id/7459581/sid...

just a little timeline of how long sid was suffering.

say what you want.... crosby probably wouldn't be playing if not for his experiences with chiropractic.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#431 May 22, 2012
"say what you want.... crosby probably wouldn't be playing if not for his experiences with chiropractic."

ha ha ha carrick, one of chiropractic's well known scam artists did nothing for crosby. He tried to imply that he could help. In the end, carrick did nothing for the hockey player. NOTHING.

chiropractor carrick was exposed as a lying quack on "chirotalk" a long time ago. Among other things, carrick claimed that he was doing hospital "rounds" but when asked where he thought he was doing hospital rounds he could not answer. Its all laid out at "chirotalk".

Carrick got his "PhD" at an on line institution .... "walden u."

carrick is as much a scamming quack as the chiropractor on another topix blog who claims he "adjusts" goldfish.

One should never forget that I am well versed in chiropractic goings on. Your baloney don't fly here.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#432 May 22, 2012
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#433 May 22, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Losers like wisdom are so, so predictable. Show me a successful chiropractor who COULD make it, and I'll show you a jealous loser (wisdom, who admits he was a miserable failure).
Wisdom would be lucky if Carrick let him pour his coffee in the morning.
Advice for wisdom: Learn to say, "Should I leave room for cream?" Then maybe he wouldn't be such a fraud.
Wisdom

Roslyn, NY

#434 May 22, 2012
ha ha yup, you told me. Indeed, you are a chiropractor.

I'm guessing carrick charged you thousands to learn his "secrets"? ha ha
Washington Chiro

Buffalo Grove, IL

#435 May 22, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
ha ha yup, you told me. Indeed, you are a chiropractor.
I'm guessing carrick charged you thousands to learn his "secrets"? ha ha
Wisdom has quite the anger issues. Comes from years of frustration. Poor schmuck.
JAW

Columbia, SC

#436 Jun 26, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Mr. quacker, the 90 hour "course" is a fact.
And what a very strange list of compounds. Injecting water? Injecting caffeine?
Just more evidence that the chiropractic diaper is full. Where the heck do you quackers come up with such nonsense?
"aerial" did you go to your 90 hour course yet? Are you now qualified to prescribe estradiol? ha ha
You certainly are one dumb ass chiropractor!
Well, I will tell you this.. I have been a chiropractor for 12 years and I sold my practice to go back to medical school in 2007. If you think that medical physicians are getting more than 90 hours of pharmacology training, you are kidding yourself. The 90 hour rule came about because it is equivalent to what MD's and DO's get in their training. Check that fact..I've been through medical school, at a top school...so I would say that gives me some authority on this issue.

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