Chiropractor must pay $740K for patie...

Chiropractor must pay $740K for patient's stroke

There are 8 comments on the Lawyers Weekly USA story from Dec 10, 2012, titled Chiropractor must pay $740K for patient's stroke. In it, Lawyers Weekly USA reports that:

The Texas Supreme Court has reinstated a $740,000 judgment against a chiropractor whose patient suffered a stroke due to an "undetectable" physical condition.

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Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Dec 10, 2012
Since chiropractors get virtually NO actual clinical experience in examining, diagnosing or treating REAL patients who have sustained serious neurological injury ..... exactly why would anyone think that they are qualified to recognize or diagnose patients who have sustained those types of injuries?

And since virtually NO "chiropractic" technique/treatment is supported by legitimate research, exactly how does anyone think "chiropractic" treatments like the "popular" activator and nucca "adjustments" are good for anything?

Just asking.
wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#2 Dec 10, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Since chiropractors get virtually NO actual clinical experience in examining, diagnosing or treating REAL patients who have sustained serious neurological injury ..... exactly why would anyone think that they are qualified to recognize or diagnose patients who have sustained those types of injuries?
And since virtually NO "chiropractic" technique/treatment is supported by legitimate research, exactly how does anyone think "chiropractic" treatments like the "popular" activator and nucca "adjustments" are good for anything?
Just asking.
Can't hold a candle to these criminals: Thousands of MD's intentionally killing and maiming patients to get that ever so relaxing Caribbean cruise and lobster dinner with butter sauce. All of the doctors in these articles would do it again--so long as they got butter sauce on their lobster dinner and a drug company paid for it. Nevermind how many hundreds of thousands of innocent patients they kill or maim. To these doctors, it was worth it. Oh, so worth it.

Thousands upon thousands of documented articles on MDs, in this country alone, selling dangerous drugs for non medical use just to fund their Mercedes and Hawaiian cruise.
http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/12/15_d...

http://www.kktv.com/11forhealth/headlines/NJ_...

http://meshmedicaldevicenewsdesk.com/media-re...

http://www.newsytype.com/14448-drug-company-p...

http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2011-03-0...
The doctor above is not an isolated case. The problem is epidemic. Tens of thousands of MDs are over prescribing dangerous drugs to get that all important Hawaiian cruise so they can eat lobster and steak while their patients suffer and die. To them, its a fair trade off. Their patients die, they eat lobster.
Fake Cancer doctor (MD) selling herbs to cure cancer. This is not an isolated case.
http://blogs.wsj.com/health/2009/10/09/doctor...
She must be jailed instantly. People are dying because of her quackery.

The stories on MDs poisoning patients for profit never end.
http://www.thirdage.com/news/drug-overdose-ca...
http://articles.latimes.com/2012/jan/05/local...
http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/16203821/vegas...
The problem is epidemic. Thousands more articles online documenting thousands of MDs deliberately poisoning patients to get that relaxing Hawaiian cruise and lobster dinner.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Dec 11, 2012
You must be a chiropractor. Bashing medicine? Again? Can you say "irrelevant"?

Please tell us where you got your clinical experience in treating type 1 diabetics.

Gee, did I just expose you as a fraud.? again?
wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#4 Dec 11, 2012
Needs to be reported again.
Thousands upon thousands of MD's are intentionally killing and maiming hundreds of thousands of patients each year all in the name of getting that ever so relaxing Caribbean cruise and lobster dinner. And all would do it again--so long as they were getting paid to kill and maim patients, oh, and were treated to that Caribbean Island cruise with all the trimmings.

Thousands upon thousands of documented articles on MDs, in this country alone, selling dangerous drugs for non medical use just to fund their Mercedes and Hawaiian cruise.
http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/12/15_d...

http://www.kktv.com/11forhealth/headlines/NJ_...

http://meshmedicaldevicenewsdesk.com/media-re...

http://www.newsytype.com/14448-drug-company-p...

http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2011-03-0...
The doctor above is not an isolated case. The problem is epidemic. Tens of thousands of MDs are over prescribing dangerous drugs to get that all important Hawaiian cruise so they can eat lobster and steak while their patients suffer and die. To them, its a fair trade off. Their patients die, they eat lobster.
Fake Cancer doctor (MD) selling herbs to cure cancer. This is not an isolated case.
http://blogs.wsj.com/health/2009/10/09/doctor...
She must be jailed instantly. People are dying because of her quackery.

The stories on MDs poisoning patients for profit never end.
http://www.thirdage.com/news/drug-overdose-ca...
http://articles.latimes.com/2012/jan/05/local...
http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/16203821/vegas...
The problem is epidemic. Thousands more articles online documenting thousands of MDs deliberately poisoning patients to get that relaxing Hawaiian cruise and lobster dinner.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Dec 11, 2012
Since chiropractors get virtually NO actual clinical experience in examining, diagnosing or treating REAL patients who have sustained serious neurological injury ..... exactly why would anyone think that they are qualified to recognize or diagnose patients who have sustained those types of injuries?

And since virtually NO "chiropractic" technique/treatment is supported by legitimate research, exactly how does anyone think "chiropractic" treatments like the "popular" activator and nucca "adjustments" are good for anything?

Just asking.
wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#6 Dec 11, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Since chiropractors get virtually NO actual clinical experience in examining, diagnosing or treating REAL patients who have sustained serious neurological injury ..... exactly why would anyone think that they are qualified to recognize or diagnose patients who have sustained those types of injuries?
And since virtually NO "chiropractic" technique/treatment is supported by legitimate research, exactly how does anyone think "chiropractic" treatments like the "popular" activator and nucca "adjustments" are good for anything?
Just asking.
I doubt wisdom was ever a chiropractor. He knows nothing, absolutely nothing about chiropractic education and practice.
I am a practicing chiropractor. Fact: there is tons of scientific research supporting chiropractic. And tons of clinical results as I prove each day in practice.
If wisdom was a chiropractor (doubtful) then he sucked at it. He had no ability which would explain why he couldn't make it in practice. Just like an auto mechanic--if he can't fix your car, he's out of business.
Oh, and wisdom is no MD--much less 'head of neurosurgery' at a famous NY hospital. What a liar. Good lord.
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Dec 12, 2012
I said, "Since chiropractors get virtually NO actual clinical experience in examining, diagnosing or treating REAL patients who have sustained serious neurological injury ..... exactly why would anyone think that they are qualified to recognize or diagnose patients who have sustained those types of injuries?

And since virtually NO "chiropractic" technique/treatment is supported by legitimate research, exactly how does anyone think "chiropractic" treatments like the "popular" activator and nucca "adjustments" are good for anything?

Just asking."

The chiropractor above replied, "He knows nothing,....."

Good one mr. chiropractor, except for the fact that I was a chiropractor.

BAM!
wisdom failed in practice

Buffalo Grove, IL

#8 Dec 12, 2012
Wisdom knows zero about chiropractic or chiropractic technique. Nothing at all.
If he was a chiropractor (doubtful), then he sucked at it. And can we say dishonest?? Wisdom said (get this) "advertising NOOPE (No Out Of Pocket Expenses) was "legal in many states." Uh, no it wasn't, loser. No it wasn't. NOOPE was never legal anywhere at any time in any state.
Hundreds of MD's and chiropractors spent time in jail and lost thier licenses advertising NOOPE. Hundreds of them. NOOPE was never legal just like armed robbery was never legal. Oh, and wisdom is no MD. Oh sure, he said he bought a fake MD degree from the Caribbean--but try to get a license with it--let alone be "head of neurosurgery at a famous NY hospital" as wisdom claims he is.
If wisdom can feed you lies like this with a straight face, imagine what other lies he's telling you.
BAM!!!

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