There is a recent site that lists chiropractic blogs, presumably to make non-chirotalk sites more googleable. Somehow they ended up scooping my blog up, which is not a chiro blog at all. They do not have a contact listed, so I wrote a big long blog post about how I didn't appreciate my blog being added to a long list of chiropractic blogs. I think I might go register a complaint at this red orbit link, as well.
Ever since Allstate sued Accident and Injury Chiropractic and myself, Mark Rayshell, for fraud, the Internet has been filled with websites displaying copies of the lawsuit and Allstate's allegations against us. If any type of web search is performed on any of the defendants, myself included, some of the top returned search results will inevitably be links to websites showing the original lawsuit. One such link that continually comes up is the Chiroweb page in which they had previously published a copy of the lawsuit.
Now that we have won the appeal against Allstate Ins Co many of the same people who were so proud to publish the original lawsuit have, at least, published something about the appeal and the results. What is interesting is that the web search of the defendants still returns with links to the original lawsuit but not to the articles about our having won the appeal.
I E-mailed Chiroweb about this and they simply answered that they have published an article about the appeal and provided the link:
Dr. Mitchell Simon and his staff are pleased to welcome you to our website. As an ultra-specialist in Chiropractic our objective is simple: to help relieve your pain and rejuvenate your spine, the center of all energy in your body. We truly believe that if you maintain a flexible spine by correcting spinal subluxations, you’ll lead a healthier life.
Aside from the fact the he describes himself as "very athletic", I don't see any other credentials that allow his to make this claim.
I'll Email the Massachusetts Chiropractic Board and see if they can clear up any confusion. I'll post their reply.
Last Edit: Jun 16, 2009 12:26:37 GMT -5 by storkmd1
"I didn't spend $120,000 for Evil Chiropractic School to be called MISTER, thank you very much."-----Dr. Evil
Post by freeyourmind on Jul 21, 2011 21:34:54 GMT -5
I think an ultraspecialist is right between a super specialist and a mega specialist... I think the super specialist shoots sound waves and the other one shoots x-rays... or was it spider webs. I can never remember.
Freeing your mind is easy once you swallow the blue pill.... or was it the red pill. Oh wait, we're not supposed to take pills.
nmsdc: Sold PI/WC-whore practice, moved to new state, impossible to restart without scamming people with virtually useless treatments for imaginary conditions like all other DCs in this region of chiro-burned healthcare consumers.
Jun 24, 2014 18:14:33 GMT -5
metasin: So I was looking for chiro forums and found this site. So this is where failed chiros come to cry?
Jun 24, 2014 19:58:35 GMT -5
CR Guest: I have a friend who is debating about investing with ML. Seems like ML spews a lot of BS, but appears to make money. Any past investors on here with good/bad experiences? Did you feel cheated? Were you happy?
Jun 25, 2014 9:02:32 GMT -5
Your Conscience: If scamming people doesn't bother you, ML sounds like a good fit.
Jun 25, 2014 15:16:40 GMT -5
Successful DC = cheating DC: Chiropractic should be outlawed. . .like yesterday. I write my legislators to do just that.
Jun 26, 2014 11:28:59 GMT -5
Successful DC = cheating DC: A nurse, a CNA, an EMT. . .all other healthcare workers make more money on average than a typical DC. Chiropractic is a joke! Look up student default rates of healthcare professions. It is an embarrassment & wake up call that chiropractic sucks!
Jun 26, 2014 13:56:16 GMT -5
Sotak: You guys have some issues that have to be fealty with.....
Jun 26, 2014 21:12:58 GMT -5
nock: If chiropractic is such a failure...then why do people feel get better? Its not like the medical industry is setting the world on fire. Diabetes has gone up over 40% and all the leading killers are preventable diseases.
Jun 30, 2014 11:50:50 GMT -5
whatamistake: Nock.... we're not debating that cracking your back feels good or in your words "gets people better". The issue comes back to quack philosophy behind it, and it doesnt matter what the medical industry is doing because they get paid for it and chiros dont.
Jun 30, 2014 12:41:32 GMT -5
nmsdc: Nock, those are irrelevant appeal logical fallacies. Chiropractic is legislated quackery. Chiropractic is pseudoscience. Subluxation is fictitious, like astrology.
Jun 30, 2014 20:16:55 GMT -5
austinholisticdr: As a Chiropractor I simply take the pressure of the nerves and allow the body to heal naturally from within, using my hands.
Jul 12, 2014 20:24:22 GMT -5
science: austinholisticdr..........prove it.
Jul 15, 2014 13:22:31 GMT -5
person: I have had a few concussions, car accidents, played football over a decade ago...and I can say that I was a skeptic of chiropractic until I was adjusted. I had never been to a chiropractor until I got the job as representing a clinic. I had cysts that...
Jul 15, 2014 13:46:54 GMT -5
person: ...doctors couldn't help me get rid of through surgeries and medicine. They always came back. After 7 or 8 adjustments, the cysts have literally gone away. No site of them, and some of these had been there for a solid year....
Jul 15, 2014 13:48:55 GMT -5
person: One cyst in particular was around my belly button and it was releasing puss very frequently. I went to a general doctor, urologist, and a couple of general surgeons and they seriously could not figure out the cause even after my $550 CT scan....
Jul 15, 2014 13:50:42 GMT -5
person: Take it or leave it, but I feel like a new and healthier person for the first time in forever. No stress, more energy, and no more pain. Not to mention the hit and run accident I was a victim of while on my bicycle (hit by a speeding truck)....
Jul 15, 2014 13:52:06 GMT -5
person: I went to Stanford Medical for my facial reconstructive surgery after sliding 20+ feet on my face with my body in a scorpion position and not once did they take an x-ray of my spine to see if there was any damage. Turns out there was a hell of a lot of it!
Jul 15, 2014 13:53:49 GMT -5
The good guy: The science behind the wobble cushion. It's sound science same as the physical therapies used in traditional medicine. It is part of what they call spinal hygiene. The more you move your spine the more it pumps fluid in it. I have read in many places the w
Jul 24, 2014 18:20:38 GMT -5
LogicalBeing: Movement is an essential component of what defines life and its quality and quantity is measured in chiropractic and simply improved. You don't need science to tell you that if you simply allow yourself to think. Adjustment has been done for over a 1000yr!
Jul 25, 2014 11:58:46 GMT -5
LogicalBeing: 3 yrs late but answering Copernicus DC... once you improve movement you do NOT need to stabilise it!!!! otherwise after every yoga session you'd be sitting in an iron cast suit !! only to cause more restrictions!!
Jul 25, 2014 12:02:44 GMT -5