Anti-vaccine chiropractors 22

The Chiropractic Board of Australia has had enough:

“We will not tolerate registered chiropractors giving misleading or unbalanced advice to patients, or providing advice or care that is not in the patient’s best interests,” chairman Phillip Donato said.

Dr Donato said chiropractors should only provide evidence-based treatment and anyone with concerns should report them. [Sydney Morning Herald August 9 2013]

Kim Lie Jom conducts his business at Complete Health Chiropractic, in Chatswood, NSW. Jom is a “proud member” of the Chiropractors’ Association Of Australia, and the Australian Spinal Research Foundation:

Complete health chiro Jom profileJom’s bio states:

He was fortunate to be exposed to chiropractic at a young age. During high school he had to make 4 selections for work experience, none of which came through. Subsequently his careers adviser suggested he observe a chiropractor. Well, as they say, the rest is history!

Indeed. You had one job, careers adviser. One job. Here is where chiropractic took the young Jom…

Mike Adams, mercury in flu shots, autism, and brain damage. Which Australian influenza vaccine contains mercury, again? I forgot:

Complete health Chiro 1 mercury in flu shots brain damage autismDoes vaccination play a role in the rise of epilepsy? No. It doesn’t:

Complete Health Chiro 2 vaccines epilepsyMike Adams, vaccines, and their link to high infant mortality. Except when they’re not, because this is a lie:

Complete health Chiro 3 vaccines and high infant mortalityAnd the original lie regarding the above lie:

Complete health chiro 4 infant mortalityMercola, and the lie about Gardasil deaths. Jom wants you to make an informed decision:

Complete health chiro 5 Mercola Gardasil deaths lies

Spreading “rumours” about the HPV vaccine and infertility lie. “Are you willing to take the risk?”. Tell me Pascal, are you feeling lucky, punk?

Complete health chiro 6 Gardasil polysorbate infertility liesVaccines cause autism, of course. How dare anyone say these things are safe. Oh, wait. It’s another lie:

Complete health chiro 7 vaccines cause autismCall the picture framers. Jom plugs the discredited anti-vaccination organisation, the Australian Vaccination Network. Well, he would: Jom is a member of the AVN. He states he, “saw the talk at our conference”. He saw an AVN talk at a conference:

It is a must hear and full of great information.

Complete health chiro 8 AVN webinar great infoRemember the excellent US documentary, The Vaccine War? Rubbish. If you want the real deal, see Tenpenny via Mike Adams:

Complete health Chiro 9 The Vaccine Wars was crap Tenpenny etc betterMike Adams, the H1N1 vaccine, and miscarriages. Another lie:

Complete Health Chiro 10 Nat News H1N1 vax miscarriages lieAnd, of course, anti-fluoridationist lies from Mike Adams:

Complete health chiro 11 fluorideHe’s all yours, CBA.

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4 Responses to Anti-vaccine chiropractors 22

  1. mochuck says:

    So 5th on the list of chosen careers?

    • wzrd1 says:

      More like a career by default, after being incapable of finding any other career.

      Those who can, do.
      Those who cannot teach.
      Those who cannot do either manage.
      Those who cannot manage govern.
      Those who cannot do any of the above preach idiotic fantasies and rake in speakers fees.

  2. Andy says:

    Where is the data to show “unequivocably” (that’s from the same dictionary as “polyscorbate”) that chiropractic is safe? Why is the government subsidising or paying for chiropractic that cannot be proven to be safe?

    Where is the “unequivocable” proof that ham sandwiches are safe? Or seat belts, or oxygen, or water, or Facebook, or the chairs in chiropractors’ waiting rooms?

    I do like that he asks where the proof of absolute safety is at the same time as admitting that such absolute proof is not possible.

    • Sue says:

      I LIKE ”unequivocably”! It’s a pleasing blend of ”unequivocal” and ”irrevocable” which expresses….well I’m not exactly sure, but I do like it. It’s like CAM for the English language.

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