Anti-vaccine chiropractors 6

Rob Hutchings is an anti-vaccine chiropractor, and member of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia, who was a frequenter on the anti-vaccination Australian Vaccination Network’s Facebook page. You’ve met him before, here:

Another of the CAA’s best and brightest is Rob Hutchings, based in Adelaide. He started commenting on the AVN Facebook page in 2010, using what he deemed was his prowess in all matters immunological to support the anti-vaccine organisation. At one point he mentioned anti-freeze (oh, yes he did). Also in 2010 Hutchings thought he would jump into the comments section of a Courier Mail article, to warn people of the dangers of vaccines. Take particular note of this remark by Hutchings:

     I am a doctor and I wrote a thesis on vaccination

Chiropractor deliberately pretending to be a doctor so as to provide anti-vaccine misinformation. Nice.

Chiropractor deliberately pretending to be a doctor so as to provide anti-vaccine misinformation. Nice.

He pretended to be a doctor. HE PRETENDED TO BE A DOCTOR.

Hutchings has left Adelaide and moved to Queensland. He is now working at Body Brilliant Chiropractic.

The Director of Body Brilliant is a member of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia, named Anthony Golle. He appears to be a media personality on the Gold Coast. He shouldn’t be.

Golle also likes to spread the lie that vaccines cause autism:

Body Brilliant 2 Golle autism vaccinesGolle appears to be an anti-fluoride misinformant:

Body Brilliant 1 fluorideAnd Golle uses testimonials despite testimonials being banned by the Chiropractic Board of Australia:

Body Brilliant 1 testimonialUntil next time…

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15 Responses to Anti-vaccine chiropractors 6

  1. tuxcomputers says:

    You have been a busy boy haven’t you… love your work.

  2. Ashleigh says:

    Disgusting. How do they get away with it?

  3. Andy says:

    I used to wield the “magic sponge” and segmented oranges at my son’s soccer matches and I’ve studied some stuff at college. So I’m a doctor too.

  4. @advodiaboli says:

    Rob Hutchings March 20, 2012 has a dig at skeptics:

    “Again to point out the wonderful skeptic viewpoint: I’ve never read the evidence, won’t bother to do so, and since it isn’t drugs and surgery it doesn’t exist”.

  5. mochuck says:

    Didn’t Dr Rob also falsely claim that he could sign the Vaccine Refuser form despite the fact that you have to be an immunisation provider to sign the form.

  6. Sue says:

    One thing I do agree with – I am a practitioner of ”toxic avoidance” – aka procrastination. (But I never claimed it improved health).

  7. Reasonable Chiro says:

    Hey, Hank. You might be aware that the Alfie that “Dr Rob” thanked for the Autism Schedule chart (above) is another chiropractor that is on the committee for continuing education for the CAA Victorian branch, Alfie Damalanta. He has put up antivaccination posts on his own Facebook page in the past.

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