Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

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Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by chiro3 » January 29, 2018, 9:01 am

Beginning in February,Dr.Den will be accepting evening appointments on Friday,the 23rd and day appointments on Saturday 24.This is to hopefully accommodate those customers that are not always available on Saturday.Dr Den drives over 600 KM to serve us,so appointments are desired.Call Stan 0875509925 for information and appointment.March will be our 5th anniversary of monthly visits,a giant cost saving and convenience for us all =D>

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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by DuiDui49 » January 29, 2018, 10:17 am

[googlemap][/googlemap]God morning UM readers !

I've asked before but no answer,so i try again.

Does he have this education,or similar,if so so i guess he had his education abroad.

Does he have any insurance if something goes "wrong"while doing his job?

  • Education

    Training requires a minimum of six years of college and a clinic internship before licensure. Areas of scientific study include anatomy, neurology, bacteriology, pathology, physiology, biochemistry, pediatrics, geriatrics, spinal biomechanics, orthopedics, X-ray, cardiology, nutrition, acupuncture, physiotherapy, gastrointestinal and genitourinary systems, and infectious diseases. Every chiropractic graduate must pass a national examination and then a provincial exam to be licensed by the province of Alberta.

    Doctors of Chiropractic are not only trained in problems dealing with the spine, but are formally educated in clinical examination and diagnosis of the entire human body. Doctors of Chiropractic have training comparable to medical or osteopathic doctors in the basic sciences, including anatomy, physiology, pathology, etc. A report by Meredith Gonyea, Ph.D., President of the Center for Studies in Health Policy, Inc., found that among all health care professions, "only D.C.s [Doctor of Chiropractic], M.D.s [Medical Doctors], and D.O.s [Doctors of Osteopathy] focus on health care interventions for the well being of the whole person." Dr. Gonyea concluded that "the D.C. can be considered a generalist in the provision of primary health care services and a specialist in the use of chiropractic treatment methods. The method of practice is similar to the M.D. or D.O. who provides generalist primary care services and is a specialist in internal medicine".

    Over the past century, chiropractic education has developed to the point where government studies in the US, Sweden and New Zealand consider it equivalent in the basic sciences to a medical education.

    Much of this development stems from the establishment of the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) in 1974, which the US Department of Education recognizes as the accrediting agency for chiropractic schools. The CCE, a nonprofit organization located in Scottsdale, Ariz., sets standards for schools' curriculum, faculty, facilities, patient care and research.

    Chiropractic college programs are rigorous and thorough. To attend, applicants must have a minimum two years undergraduate study at a university. Their chiropractic college education lasts four years, meaning they graduate with at least six years of full-time university-level education. In their fourth year, students must also do a clinical internship of approximately 1,000 hours.

    When that's done, graduates face one more trial. To practice in the US or Canada, they must pass comprehensive national and state or provincial licensing exams, similar to those for other professionals like lawyers and doctors.

    The chiropractic curriculum

    A typical four-year chiropractic college program may consist of the following:

    First year
    Chiropractic procedures
    Clinical applied chiropractic
    Functional anatomy and biomechanics
    Fundamentals of nutrition
    General anatomy
    Histology
    Human biomechanics
    Human physiology
    Introduction to physical examination skills
    Neuroscience
    Normal radiological anatomy
    Palpation
    Second year
    Chiropractic principles
    Chiropractic procedures
    Clinical applied chiropractic
    Clinical microbiology
    Clinical nutrition
    Clinical orthopedics and neurology
    Community health
    Differential diagnosis
    Imaging interpretation
    Jurisprudence
    Nutritional assessment
    Pathology
    Pharmacotoxicology
    Physics and clinical imaging
    Physiological therapeutics
    Practice management
    Research methods
    Third year
    Chiropractic principles
    Clinical application of manual procedures
    Clinical internship
    Clinical laboratory clerkship
    Clinical psychology
    Dermatology
    Differential diagnosis
    Geriatrics
    Imaging interpretation
    Integrated chiropractic clinical application
    Jurisprudence
    Obstetrics and gynecology
    Pediatrics
    Physiological therapeutics
    Practice management
    Radiological position and technique
    Fourth year
    Clinical internship of approximately 1,000 hours
    References:
    Chapman-Smith, D. The Chiropractic Profession. West Des Moines: NCMIC Group Inc., 2000
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Thanks for reading ang hopefully you guys who use this guy may help me to consider if i can feel "safe"in his hands.Why i ask is because i've had a surgery done on my lower back 15 years ago.Have a good day everyone :-)
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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by Faraday » January 30, 2018, 6:41 pm

I'd also appreciate some feedback as to Dr Den's effectiveness.

I've got chronic Hamstring Tendonitis, that is responding poorly.

Thanks in advance gentleman.

:D

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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by chiro3 » January 31, 2018, 1:19 pm

He is not an American certified chiropractor.He is a licensed Thai doctor of alternative medicine and treatment.He has been coming,monthly, to Udon Thani for 5 years.He has a clinic in Ubon Ratchatani.He does extensive work all over the country with various hospitals and Government agencies.

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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by DuiDui49 » February 1, 2018, 1:41 pm

chiro3 wrote:
January 31, 2018, 1:19 pm
He is not an American certified chiropractor.He is a licensed Thai doctor of alternative medicine and treatment.He has been coming,monthly, to Udon Thani for 5 years.He has a clinic in Ubon Ratchatani.He does extensive work all over the country with various hospitals and Government agencies.
Thanks for the post "chiro3".

Can i check his credentials and most importantly,does he have a insurance that cover me as a patient if he would do anything "wrong"when he does his "magic".I guess no one in 5 years have asked him these questions before.Does he speak English,can he read a MIR scan?I have many questions before i let anyone do anything with my lower back.Never the less,i want to find someone i can feel "safe/trust to try and help me with my back problems.

Thanks again "chiro3".Have a great day :-)
Best regards
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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by chiro3 » February 13, 2018, 4:24 pm

DuiDui49 wrote:
February 1, 2018, 1:41 pm
chiro3 wrote:
January 31, 2018, 1:19 pm
He is not an American certified chiropractor.He is a licensed Thai doctor of alternative medicine and treatment.He has been coming,monthly, to Udon Thani for 5 years.He has a clinic in Ubon Ratchatani.He does extensive work all over the country with various hospitals and Government agencies.
Thanks for the post "chiro3".

Can i check his credentials and most importantly,does he have a insurance that cover me as a patient if he would do anything "wrong"when he does his "magic".I guess no one in 5 years have asked him these questions before.Does he speak English,can he read a MIR scan?I have many questions before i let anyone do anything with my lower back.Never the less,i want to find someone i can feel "safe/trust to try and help me with my back problems.

Thanks again "chiro3".Have a great day :-)
You are welcome to come and observe on the 24th,ask him whatever.

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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by DuiDui49 » February 14, 2018, 10:28 am

Well i hoped that atleast ONE of you customers would during the 5 years he have been doing his work,asked my quesation(s).But i guess not.Thanks anyway for the answers.

Have a great day everyone :-)
Best regards
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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by chiro3 » February 17, 2018, 5:59 pm

DuiDui49 wrote:
February 14, 2018, 10:28 am
Well i hoped that atleast ONE of you customers would during the 5 years he have been doing his work,asked my quesation(s).But i guess not.Thanks anyway for the answers.

Have a great day everyone :-)
He is bringing all his credentials with Saturday if you want to see them.But,I think you are just trolling

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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by Faraday » February 17, 2018, 6:19 pm

Bit rude.

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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by DuiDui49 » February 17, 2018, 7:09 pm

I got a PM that explained everything i wanted to know,and that enough for me to make my own decision to NOT go.And i'm NOT trolling.
I have had 18 years of backpain and one surgery,then a relaps..So if someone can't read MRI and hardly speak any English..-No thank you.

Tanks to everyone for your posts.
Best regards
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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by chiro3 » February 20, 2018, 1:28 pm

My thought that you are a troll is based on the fact that you were invited to observe,which is even better than getting second hand information,and that your claim to abide in Koh Samui.If you live there,you should ask your questions about the Chiros in Bangkok.I don't know why you are asking about our Dr. Den that has been coming monthly for 5 years?No other practitioner would to travel that distance for such little reward.
I'm sorry for your 18 years of back pain,I am 79 and had suffered from continuous back pain since I was 19 and in the military.At that time surgery presented a 50/50 chance of permanent paralysis and Chiropractors were rumoured to be quacks.Not willing to take a chance on paralysis,I took a chance on ''the quack''.During treatment,I found incredible relief,but it didn't last !! Why?Because he was a quack?NO!Because the spine gets used to the ''new normal''of displacement and one gets used to pain over time.When the vertebraes are realigned,they have a tendency to go back to ''new normal''.So one has to be conscious of this fact and continue regular realignments until the spine gets used to ''old normal''.Whether or not you are ''set'' for life ,or even long terms of time,is dependent on the damage.Dr. Den comes once a month,he aligns the whole body,for many that removes an acute painful situation,for others like myself,the alignment lasts for the month.In my case,I used to take 5-10 train and taxi trips to Bangkok a year when my back went out and I was practically immobile and in the kind of pain that seemed almost unbearable.I can testify that in th 5 years Dr. Den has been coming monthly,I made only 1 single trip and that was 4 years ago !
My apologies ,if you are not a troll !It is hard for me to understand your continuous posting on this tropic if you are not interested.

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Re: Next Chiropractor visits extended 2 days,Feb 23 and 24

Post by DuiDui49 » February 20, 2018, 2:28 pm

I've just sent you a PM....My apologies ,if you are not a troll !It is hard for me to understand your continuous posting on this tropic if you are not interested.

Becuse you never aswered my simple questions..BTW,thank you for your apologies accepted sir.

Gave a great treament/day.
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