October 27, 2016

Board Certified Cardiologist Responds to Chiropractic “Stroke”

By chirosushi In #GetAmericaAdjusted, Cause, Chiropractic Success, News

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Meet Dr. Jack Wolfson

“I attended the University of Illinois for my undergraduate degree and then, following in my father’s footsteps, spent four years at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine for my D.O. degree. A three year internal medicine residency then a three year cardiology fellowship followed at Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois while serving as Chief Fellow in my final year. I am board certified in cardiology and a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC).” – source

Here is his response to the recent news of Katie May and Chiropractic

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4 Comments
  1. Amy Burke, D.C. October 27, 2016

    Coroner’s report lists the cause of death as ‘accidental.’ it specifies the trauma of her fall/accident as primary. All of this points away from chiropractic as the cause. That said, if someone has had a major trauma, a visit to their md is a good idea. I appreciate your use of the malpractice info, it is an understandable fact that speaks to the safety of the chiropractic profession. Thanks for your post. Here’s what I wrote just after i read the story.
    https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/gentle-chiropractic-better-way-amy-burke

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  2. Ernie October 28, 2016

    Totally agree with Dr. Jack Wolfson, Chemotherapy and Radiation treatments are killing thousands of Cancer Patients each and every day. Chemo/Radiation are both Carcinogenic and will cause secondary Cancers. Our Canadian Health Care will fund Chemo/Radiation for big Pharma but not Natural Products. Now big Pharma is trying to take control of the weed industry worth billions. This step will ensure Big Pharma’s pharmaceuticals sales are not compromised. Corruption you bet.

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  3. […] Board Certified Cardiologist Responds to Chiropractic “Stroke” […]

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  4. Russ Tannenbaum, D.C. October 28, 2016

    I totally agree with Dr. Wolfson. In the hundred years of chiropractic in this country there been very few strokes actually been caused by a chiropractic manipulation. In my 34 years of practicing chiropractic have never seen one case of stroke in South Florida. A lot of this bad publicity is printed by those in the medical community the want to continue to discredit the chiropractic profession. Even though most studies now show that chiropractic is the best treatment for neck and lower back pain.

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