the pro-adjuster

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Going to the chiropractor can be scary for some people. The adjusting and manipulation of the spine cause some to stay away, but a new device may change that.

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L Baines

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#121
Nov 14, 2009
 
Isn't it nice when a liar and fraud like Wisdom posts? It makes us all feel better we're not him. Wisdom, the copy and paste pro, is a bigger scammer than what he makes chiropractors out to be. Fact: Wisdom has NO credentials. Fact: Wisdom has NO clinical experience in anything related to health care in ANY form. Fact: Wisdom is a fraud. Wisdom IS the Lying King.
Wisdom

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#122
Nov 15, 2009
 
Another "professional" response from chiropractor baines.

I'm sorry you were conned into purchasing the "pro adjuster". I see that there are many for sale from other chiropractors who were scammed.

Maybe you can sell it for scrap metal?
Adam

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#124
Nov 27, 2009
 
I have 2 pros and I gotta say, they are effective. I was trained hands-on and orthopedically based. I implemented the instruments, didn't change a thing about the practice, and the results were as good as hands-on for most cases. I do not follow Moe and have taken great links to disengage from all his "Mo"ronic promises and advice. I am so glad Sigma fired him!!! I will buy a 3rd instrument now for $8000 instead of $30000+. Oh well, it was worth it. I just us the instrument as a mechanical tool and get great results!!! I am so glad to be in a profession that makes so many people happy!!Also, the motto in our office is to tell the patients best care recommendations and give them what they want.

In Health,
Adam
Wisdom

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#125
Nov 28, 2009
 
Chiropractor "adam" said, " I just us the instrument as a mechanical tool and get great results!!!"

Ha ha yeah sure you do. No research, no valid studies, no nothing.

That electronic clicker is just another in a long list of bizarre chiropractic treatments.

Like "activator" before it. Another bizarre chiropractic invention to find and cure chiropractic subluxations. Entities, which exist only in the minds of chiropractors.

And this chiroquacker says he needs 3 of them? ha ha Yeah sure he does. Sounds like he 's trying to convince himself.

So many of these scam clickers can be found for sale for pennies on the dollar.

The chiropractic diaper needs to be emptied.
Diggs

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#126
Nov 28, 2009
 
Mr. Giglenutz, yes wisdom is a childish basher and name caller. Look he even refuses to address you by your name and instead makes fun of you. This just goes to prove if he is a MD or DO, just how foolish this people are, and just how anti anything not drugs they are.

He is part of the nutty head doctor and his crew of thugs that use the internet to scare people about chiro and any natural treatments, this is foolish as they know that 75% of all drugs come from a natural herb/substance, the only problem is they isolate it from nature and then mass produce it and make billions of dollars. Red yeast rice is an example, as acupuncturists in China have used it for thousands of years and then a drug company isolates it substance into the new statins and sells it as lipator. How foolish are people today? Now they try to make it illegal to buy red yeast rice, they are now doing the same with B6 and want to make illegal to use Vit B6 as a drug company is making a drug from it to tx kidney failure. But wait, I thought that Vit and natural medicine are quackery? Hmmmmm and so the story never ends until the people wake up from being mind controled with drugs and advertising

What is so funny is that these wisdom thugs are actually real life loosers and they get all red in the face because there is nothing they can do to stop patients from seeing a DC/ND/and Acupuncturist. These healers are gaining ground and taking market share away from wisdoms buddies, HAHA

Yes only a chiropractor can diagnosis pediactric subluxations, as no other person is trained to do this. Subluxations are serious pathologies. So do not listen to wisdom and make sure every child gets checked for these lesions that can lead to serious problems later in life.

Remember that only a chiropractor can decide if a vaccine may cause a subluxation and everyone who gets a vaccine should make a visit to their local PCP chiropractic physicians to get checked for subluxatons after getting any vaccine but more importantly before they do in order to discuss the risks of subluxations induced by vaccines.

I think that most MD or DO are not like wisdom, hey I even see a DO for care. Many MD/DO support DC/ND and acupuncturists, but wisdom is getting paid for his posts and he answers to his masters the nutty head doctor and the failure botty boy they are like the nut brothers ding and dong.

Hey wisdom how are the nutty brothers ding and dong doing anyways, has he posed as a fake DC patient recently and has the other one learned how to diff diagnosis yet? Hey I think Baines would hold a special class for botty boy, why don't you ask him very nicely? Come on say it "YESMAN" good little wizzy boy that is a very good doggy, now go fetch all of us some more really good fish stories from the Dumbtalkers site, yeah ask good old botty boy for some more fish stories while they sit around listening to IB Freakley. Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha

We own you wizzy but you are a good little pet poster good boy
L Baines

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#127
Nov 29, 2009
 
A fact: The vast majority of my patients have improved with chiropractic care. I mostly treat carpal tunnel syndrome. I use spinal manipulation, extremity adjusting and muscle work.
Now, according to that angry goof Wisdom, none of these methods work. So that means I have to call up all of my past patients, thousands of them, and tell them their pain is back and they never did improve. hahhahhahah See how bizarre Wisdom sounds? Now do you see what an idiot Wisdom is? Wisdom has NO credentials. None. Zippo! Wisdom IS a fraud.
Wisdom boy, now empty your jealous, lying diaper! hahahhahahahaah Oh, and get that hotdog push cart so you can make an honest living. We all know you're a scammer. Just don't empty your lying diaper over your push cart. ewwwwwwwwwwwwwww
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#128
Nov 29, 2009
 
"digger boy" said, "he even refuses to address you by your name and instead makes fun of you."

Only a chiropractor would think that "gigglenutz" is a real name.

Ha Ha Chiropractic critical thinking on display again.

baines, I know you're too stupid to accurately read my posts so I'll simplify it for you. NO chiropractic technique is good for anything.

General spinal manipulation is NOT technically a chiropractic technique. Massage and stretching is NOT a chiropractic technique. Though I realize many chiropractors employ those treatments.

You know as well as I do that chiropractic techniques, which are taught at EVERY chiropractic college in the world are techniques such as activator, sot, hio, nucca, dnft, perice etc etc. NONE have ever been proven effective for anything. Chiropractors do NOT get experience adjusting and treating babies as part of their clinical experiences. Thats a fact.

You are a lying chiropractor bent on defending the indefensible.

You are a chiropractor after all.

And mr. chiropractor, you know as well as anyone, or maybe you don't, that chiropractors overwhelmingly "treat" limited and and uncomplicated conditions. that means most will get better on their own. Most back pain resolves on its own. Or maybe you are just too stupid to realize that?

Well, yes you are, you are a chiropractor after all.

Now empty your chiropractic diapers.
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#129
Nov 29, 2009
 
Wisdom wrote:
"digger boy" said, "he even refuses to address you by your name and instead makes fun of you."
Only a chiropractor would think that "gigglenutz" is a real name.
Ha Ha Chiropractic critical thinking on display again.
baines, I know you're too stupid to accurately read my posts so I'll simplify it for you. NO chiropractic technique is good for anything.
General spinal manipulation is NOT technically a chiropractic technique. Massage and stretching is NOT a chiropractic technique. Though I realize many chiropractors employ those treatments.
You know as well as I do that chiropractic techniques, which are taught at EVERY chiropractic college in the world are techniques such as activator, sot, hio, nucca, dnft, perice etc etc. NONE have ever been proven effective for anything. Chiropractors do NOT get experience adjusting and treating babies as part of their clinical experiences. Thats a fact.
You are a lying chiropractor bent on defending the indefensible.
You are a chiropractor after all.
And mr. chiropractor, you know as well as anyone, or maybe you don't, that chiropractors overwhelmingly "treat" limited and and uncomplicated conditions. that means most will get better on their own. Most back pain resolves on its own. Or maybe you are just too stupid to realize that?
Well, yes you are, you are a chiropractor after all.
Now empty your chiropractic diapers.
Wisdom, the loser creep, posts again.
Wisdom is NOT an expert on chiropractic. Most chiropractic techniques DO work. What Wisdom says about chiropractic doesn't matter since he simply doesn't know. Simple as that. Wisdom simply does not know about chiropractic techniques. Wisdom does NOT know what he's talking about. And, oh, my practice keeps getting busier and busier. So it's nice to know that losers like Wisdom who try to discredit chiropractic with lies, outright lies, do not make a difference. Anyone and everyone can see Wisdom is an angry, frustrated fraud who can't make a living.
Wisdom is simply jealous and angry that I make a great living practicing chiropractic, the greatest profession on earth.
Chomp on that, Wisdom boy! I'm successful. You're not. Get over it.
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#130
Nov 29, 2009
 
baiens quacker claims, "Chomp on that, Wisdom boy! I'm successful. You're not."

Ha Ha Yeah, I'm sure you are.

Now empty that chiropractic diaper.
Wisdom

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#131
Nov 29, 2009
 
baines, I know you're too stupid to accurately read my posts so I'll simplify it for you. NO chiropractic technique is good for anything.

General spinal manipulation is NOT technically a chiropractic technique. Massage and stretching is NOT a chiropractic technique. Though I realize many chiropractors employ those treatments.

You know as well as I do that chiropractic techniques, which are taught at EVERY chiropractic college in the world are techniques such as activator, sot, hio, nucca, dnft, perice etc etc. NONE have ever been proven effective for anything. Chiropractors do NOT get experience adjusting and treating babies as part of their clinical experiences. Thats a fact.

You are a lying chiropractor bent on defending the indefensible.

You are a chiropractor after all.

And mr. chiropractor, you know as well as anyone, or maybe you don't, that chiropractors overwhelmingly "treat" limited and and uncomplicated conditions. that means most will get better on their own. Most back pain resolves on its own. Or maybe you are just too stupid to realize that?

Well, yes you are, you are a chiropractor after all.

Now empty your chiropractic diapers.
L Baines

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#132
Nov 29, 2009
 
Wisdom wrote:
baines, I know you're too stupid to accurately read my posts so I'll simplify it for you. NO chiropractic technique is good for anything.
General spinal manipulation is NOT technically a chiropractic technique. Massage and stretching is NOT a chiropractic technique. Though I realize many chiropractors employ those treatments.
You know as well as I do that chiropractic techniques, which are taught at EVERY chiropractic college in the world are techniques such as activator, sot, hio, nucca, dnft, perice etc etc. NONE have ever been proven effective for anything. Chiropractors do NOT get experience adjusting and treating babies as part of their clinical experiences. Thats a fact.
You are a lying chiropractor bent on defending the indefensible.
You are a chiropractor after all.
And mr. chiropractor, you know as well as anyone, or maybe you don't, that chiropractors overwhelmingly "treat" limited and and uncomplicated conditions. that means most will get better on their own. Most back pain resolves on its own. Or maybe you are just too stupid to realize that?
Well, yes you are, you are a chiropractor after all.
Now empty your chiropractic diapers.
HHAHHAAHAHAHAHAHAH. Wisdom, the clown, gets funnier and funnier with each post. Hahaahahahahhah! You see, lying is Wisdom's tonic! He loves the stuff that lying is made of.
Wisdom, next time I want new material. I want it to be vicious, anti-chiropractic, anti-chiropractic technique, etc. But please, make it original. Now, give it you best shot. I want more diaper talk. I want to see your nastiest, MOST vile, anti-chiropractic post yet. I'll bet, I'll just bet you can top yourself. Let's see what you can do. I need another laugh. C'mon, boy, you can do it. hahahhahahahahahhHAHAHAAHAHAHA H.

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#133
Nov 29, 2009
 
you two need to get a room.
L Baines

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#134
Nov 29, 2009
 
Earl Keese wrote:
you two need to get a room.
Very funny!
GUMP

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#135
Dec 1, 2009
 
Hey wizNUT

Did you know that a DC gets more hours that MD's?

Did you know that creeptalk is a loser site for people that like to site around picking their nose all day and scratching their heads, wondering what it must be like to be a REAL doctor.

Hey wizNUT go back to the creeptalk camp fire and bring us another big fish story. At least you provide some laughs for the REAL DC PCP's while they are on lunch break.

Hey Baines I think botty boy is getting a woody from wizNUT posting and spreading the new creeptalk agenda

Man is wizNUT creepy
Okiewes

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#136
Dec 1, 2009
 
For the last two years, I've been paying $1533/month for the ProAdjuster and then I made a second mistake and let Mo talk me into leasing his Guardian Protection System which is $495/month. These on top of my student loans of $135 K and credit card debt of $50K (due to chiropractic school while raising five kids) has led me to Ch.7. Still love chiropractic, just got burned along the way. Never again!!
Wisdom

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#137
Dec 2, 2009
 
"ok" you are not alone in having been scammed by the chiropractic enterprise.

I personally know many many chiropractors who have left the chiropractic scam.

It is virtually impossible for a chiropractor to make an honest living these days.

Over treating and scam chiropractic techniques are the norm.

Find an honest way to make a living.
screwedupnhdc

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#138
Dec 2, 2009
 
Okiewes wrote:
For the last two years, I've been paying $1533/month for the ProAdjuster and then I made a second mistake and let Mo talk me into leasing his Guardian Protection System which is $495/month. These on top of my student loans of $135 K and credit card debt of $50K (due to chiropractic school while raising five kids) has led me to Ch.7. Still love chiropractic, just got burned along the way. Never again!!
Your story sounds like mine except for the student loans.
Even that idiot Wisdom is partially right, THERE IS A LOT OF BULL SHIT IN CHIROPRACTIC. It's not because western medicine poisons us all with their pills powders and potions that we are right by default. That's what this little creep Pisciottano exploits and sell us over inflated, over hyped gizmos in the promises of making success. And the ICA and ACA that act like Moe is legit because He greases their pockets. What about the colleges that go to bed with this slimy crook cause he gives them a supposed million $. Shame on you Palmer, Logan etc. I would never have bought that piece of junk were not for those endorsements.

Yes Wisdom you are right, that chiropractic diaper needs to be emptied from the top.

With all that said, don't give up hope, think about the people that you have helped when nobody else did, probably saved more people than you think from ending their lives.

Yes Wisdom, SUBLUXATIONS do exist, they're overdiagnosed and overtreated and not necessarily corrected in the 10% of people that do get chiropractic care. The other 90% need to see a competent chiropractor at least for an evaluation.
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#139
Dec 2, 2009
 
Wisdom wrote:
"ok" you are not alone in having been scammed by the chiropractic enterprise.
I personally know many many chiropractors who have left the chiropractic scam.
It is virtually impossible for a chiropractor to make an honest living these days.
Over treating and scam chiropractic techniques are the norm.
Find an honest way to make a living.
Yet another jealous rant from the unqualified, no degreed, fraud again. Wisdom boy, now empty your lying diaper. It's way too full. Wisdom has NO clinical experience in chiropractic. Wisdom is simply a fraud.
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Dec 2, 2009
 
"screwed" claimed, "Yes Wisdom, SUBLUXATIONS do exist,....."

Really? Who told you that?

Sounds like you're still knee deep in chiropractic mud.

Chiropractors can't even agree on the definition of a "subluxation" never mind agree on which chiropractic technique should be used to "locate" the subluxation and "correct" it.

Fact is, the chiropractic subluxation is a figment of the chiropractic imagination. Period.

So, lets have a discussion as to the "efficacy" and legitimacy of YOUR chiropractic technique. What technique do you use to "locate" the subluxation. What diseases do you clam to cure?

Do you use the activator? Do you torque only atlas for every patient that comes into your office? Like many of your fellow quacks do.

I am well versed in most chiropractic treatments. Where did you get your chiropractic "education" and clinical "experience"?

I have also been to many chiropractic student clinics. I know the education and clinical experience chiropractors get. I know the chiropractic subluxation is complete hooey.

I know just how pathetic your education and clinical experience was. I know the clinical graduation requirements for chiropractors. Many chiropractic schools only require a chiropractic student to see a total of 10 -20 "out patients" with minor issues before they graduate.

Scary indeed.
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#141
Dec 2, 2009
 
chiropractor "baines" apparently did not notice what his colleague said above.

I'll repost it;

"THERE IS A LOT OF BULL SHIT IN CHIROPRACTIC."

No kidding?

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