After more than a decade of declining physical health, Mona Kitchener of Charlottetown is thrilled to be feeling good again after successful surgery in Moncton corrected her problems with walking, bladder control and memory.
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#1 Dec 3, 2012
This is a great example why you don't let a chiropractor diagnose serious medical conditions. Simply, they do not have the clinical experience that is required to do just that.
#2 Dec 3, 2012
he he he Look at the dope's post. Here, this loser, you know, wisdom, said, "I was a successful chiropractor during the "Mercedes 80's" when advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses) was legal." Oh really? News flash: Never in recorded human history has NOOPE EVER been legal. Anyone, chiropractor or MD who advertised NOOPE IS, yes IS a criminal.
But take wisdom's word for everything. He bashes chiropractic and chiropractic technique yet said he was successful using those same techniques.
Even the loser himself doesn't know how delusional he is. What a dope. And what a hypocrite, "I was a successful chiropractor during the "mercedes 80's." Yeah.
#3 Dec 4, 2012
Chiropractors advertising NOOPE? No kidding?
They also do bait and switch "spinal screening" scams outside of Walmarts. Finding those pesky "chiropractic subluxations" as ONLY chiropractors can do. And wouldn't you know it .... they find those "subluxations" in EVERY person. Geee, can you say fraud?
#4 Dec 4, 2012
Yes, I can say AND spell fraud--w-i-s-d-o-m.
No kidding--wisdom advertised NOOPE during the "Mercedes 80's." Ever since that gravy train left, he's been bitter. And now he rails against successful chiropractors.
News flash: Stealing from insurance companies by advertising NOOPE does not make you successful, no more than stealing money from a bank makes you successful.
Advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses) was NEVER legal. But wisdom said it was. Uh, no it wasn't scammer. No it wasn't. Not ever. Not anywhere.
But wisdom condoned its use and maintains he did nothing wrong. Oh, and now he's telling YOU how to live your life.
Wisdom clearly is no MD and he's no chiropractic expert. I'd like to find one chiropractic expert (who is not a scammer like wisdom) who said NOOPE was legal. If you do, you'll find him in jail. How wisdom avoided jail is a mystery--then again, who knows, maybe he didn't.
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