My Experience as a Chiropractor and What I Have Learned

By Dr. John Reizer

Inman, SC – In December, 1986 I graduated from chiropractic college and shortly thereafter was licensed to practice as a chiropractic physician in the state of New Jersey. I can remember those early days of my professional career quite vividly as well as the frustration that constantly came along with being a member of a healthcare profession that was often looked down upon by traditional medical clinicians.

When I entered chiropractic college in the fall of 1983, I understood that the profession was a political fire-pit and frequently the very center of unwanted controversy. At the time however, I did not fully comprehend all the reasons the chiropractic profession had been under attack for so many years.

My education from that point forward would become twofold; one part dedicated to teaching me the art, science and philosophy of an incredible healthcare discipline and the other designed to teach me all the reasons chiropractic was constantly being placed in the cross hairs of a professional shooting squad administered by the medical profession and operated by its behind the scenes handler, the pharmaceutical industry.

I can recall the very first time a light bulb went off in my head and I made the all important discovery that something was definitely afoul within the healthcare industry. I remember sitting in a general physiology course, learning about various biological pathways that were present in the body and thinking, medical professionals cannot be this misinformed about health and wellness. 

I was regularly reading in physiology textbooks how the body operated, and yet the medical profession had thousands of procedures designed to interrupt and interfere with almost every normal body function. Why? The answer to my question was quite simple – Big Pharma!

It did not take me too long in my college years to realize that chiropractic principles and its philosophical perspective were in direct opposition to the medical paradigm of managing sickness indefinitely. Medicine was not interested in the health of the population. It was hellbent on never allowing a human being  the chance to have a proper expression of health. I now realized that big pharmaceutical companies were never going to commit to serious research that would lead to the eradication of a single disease process. There simply was no money in any specific cure but a huge cash cow existed for a profession that was willing to dedicate all its resources towards the indefinite management of a countless number of diseases.

And so this is what I have learned after 36 years of being a student and chiropractic healthcare practitioner; chiropractic works really well. It allows each patient the opportunity to experience the best individual expression of health possible.

It has been a most rewarding professional career for me because I have witnessed thousands of patients get healthy and stay healthy. There’s no amount of money in the world that I could have earned that would be as satisfying as watching a patient get healthy without being exposed to toxic drugs. CLICK HERE FOR A FULL EXPLANATION ABOUT THE SCIENCE OF CHIROPRACTIC

Conversely, I have also learned that pharmaceutical companies realized long ago that their wealth and future earnings were only able to come to fruition by selling the false allopathic paradigm that health can only be achieved by administering toxic vaccines and other synthetic drugs in an attempt to make the human body and its associated chemistry stronger. This does not work and it’s why we have so many more diseases today than ever before.

This is Why Alternative Health Care is Constantly Attacked

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews

Throughout the relatively short history of modern health care there have been continuous attempts to undermine the credibility of alternative healthcare professions. Very powerful organizations have carefully designed and implemented impressive strategies to make natural healthcare disciplines and their practitioners look like quacks and charlatans. Professionals are routinely hired by undisclosed, secret entities to give false interviews, write defamatory books, construct disingenuous websites and participate in broad scale efforts that target healthcare consumers and help create, for them, false perceptions about natural health care practices.

The funding of these activities, although difficult to trace for the average person, obviously originate from petrochemical corporations. Due to a number of legal factors, it is often quite cumbersome to point fingers at specific business entities, as well as others that might be involved with the inner workings of such conspiratorial activities. As one might suspect, the targets and casualties on the battlefield are always the same. Any healthcare professions, modalities, or treatment protocols that go against the grain of conventional medical theories are fair game.

Debunking agents are used on a regular basis to keep society firmly aligned with the parameters of acceptable thinking regarding many genres that make up our fabric of perceived reality. This is true in the health care arena as well. Any idea or concept that challenges the accepted thinking patterns of everyday people are quickly identified and dealt with in an expeditious manner by specialists that are paid to write and publish biased comments on websites and blogs. If, for example, a large minority of the population suddenly began to question the authenticity of something that was being reported by the mainstream media, trained debunkers are always ready to spring into action. These people, through the implementation of strategic campaigns, can quickly minimize the damage being caused by a controversial voice within the population base. Broad scale debunking can make sure that the majority of the population continues to perceive reality the way that the media originally intended.

Major petrochemical/pharmaceutical companies have a lot at stake in the very lucrative disease care industry. In order for these large multinational companies to remain profitable and powerful, society must continue to believe in certain erroneous concepts. As long as people continue to believe the maintenance of human health can be achieved through vaccines and that the suppression of symptoms in human physiology is the way to cure diseases, people will remain sick and pharmaceutical companies will continue to rake in astronomical profits.

Alternative healthcare professions often point out significant flaws that are absolutely inherent within the framework of traditional medicine’s illogical theories. Because of this fact, it has been a longstanding goal of established medicine’s controllers (Big Pharma) to retain the services of credible appearing scientists and other professionals that can write or convey damaging remarks about a particular alternative healthcare profession.

Very simply explained, when someone or something is intelligently challenging the credibility of a lucrative industry like traditional medicine, and they have damaging evidence that could blow the doors off the barn so to speak, and prove that many theoretical applications used within the medical profession are, in fact, the truest forms of quackery in existence, a major problem is created for the powers that be. The only way for Big Pharma to activate a campaign of damage control is to discredit the people and the professions that are posing the most legitimate threat, at a particular time, to established medical dogma. This is why alternative health care concepts are not embraced by science. This is why many alternative health care professions are publicly attacked and their objectives and benefits never see the light of day. What you will find out, if you take the time to study this subject matter, is that what is often promoted by the mainstream as science is actually quackery and what is often labeled by the same groups as quackery is true science.

Quite a few web addresses have been designed to make potential viewers wary of alternative healthcare services. It is easy to land on such disingenuous websites. All you have to do is find a search engine and type in an alternative healthcare practice methodology that is in opposition to traditional medicine and you will see such websites populate your computer screen. The sites all claim to be there to protect the general public from harmful alternative health care professions. Are you kidding me? Have you ever read the drug warnings that accompany prescription and non prescription drugs? Dangerous and extremely toxic drugs are what health care consumers need to be protected from, not natural health care professions and practitioners that are often licensed by state agencies to offer their beneficial services.

My advice to health care consumers that happen upon anti-alternative health care websites is to realize that this type of content is being purposely placed in the public domain by powerful organizations that have direct connections to the Medical Establishment. The ultimate goal of Big Pharma is to make healthcare consumers believe that alternative health care disciplines are all based on pseudo-scientific principles.

Remember to keep in mind that in most situations the differences between scientific and pseudo-scientific studies have to do with who or what entities are paying for the research being performed. If a given study is being funded by a petrochemical company, that has a biased interest in the research taking place, it is usually referred to by the mainstream thinkers as scientific. If, on the other hand, a particular study is being funded by a non biased organization, or has been privately funded by someone that wants the truth to be revealed about something they have deemed important, it is often viewed by the mainstream thinkers as pseudo science.

What do you think about this subject?

Obamacare: It’s Not The Only Thing That Needs To Be Fixed Regarding Healthcare

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Founder of NoFakeNews

One very hot topic that continues to be debated in the mainstream and alternative news is Obamacare. For most Americans it is an important goal to be able to secure affordable health insurance for family members. Serious health problems requiring a stay in a hospital for a few days or longer can create financial havoc for lots of people. Everything that a family has managed to save over the course of their lives can be wiped out from a single trip to an emergency room followed by a need for extended medical services.

President-Elect Donald Trump has pledged to repeal Obamacare and replace it with something better and more affordable for American families.

While I believe it is important to secure adequate protection against potentially devastating medical bills through the acquisition of affordable health insurance, I also believe it is important for healthcare consumers to understand what traditional healthcare objectives really offer members of society. In addition, it is important for people to become cognizant of what health insurance products allow healthcare consumers to have access to in the way of traditional healthcare services.

When I write about traditional healthcare services it is important to understand that the large majority of products I am referring to fall under the category of “suppression” based therapies. In other words, the therapies/treatments are designed to suppress the natural healing tendencies that are innately attached to human physiological systems. For example, a patient that has high blood pressure is commonly given a drug that blocks a portion of the nervous system that increases blood pressure in the individual. Regardless of whether or not the increase in blood pressure is physiologically beneficial to the patient (and in many cases the increase in blood pressure is very beneficial to the body as it prevents the person from having a loss of vital blood flow to important organs, tissues, and cells), the suppression based therapy is almost always administered to achieve the desired result, a lowered blood pressure reading.

Millions of people are walking around with artificially suppressed blood pressure readings due to their consumption of synthetic medicines that suppress the human nervous system. Artificially manufactured low blood pressure readings in patients do not always make them healthier. The standard practice of suppressing human physiology (allopathic medicine) is dangerous and certainly not a pathway to better health.

Another example of a suppression based therapy is the common practice of fever reduction. Traditional medicine offers healthcare consumers drugs that artificially eliminate fever. The ability of the body to successfully destroy bacteria and viruses naturally is routinely accomplished through its innate ability to create fever.

Billions of dollars are earned annually by pharmaceutical companies that own patents to fever reducing drugs. Although the suppression of fever in human physiology is admired and thought beneficial by most laypersons, it is, in actuality, a pharmacological induced process that allows a viral or bacterial microbe to thrive in a given human system and this scenario ultimately creates an impediment to the natural healing tendencies of the human immune system.

While it is true that traditional medical services can help save a person’s life in an emergency situation, it is also true that the same medical objectives can harm people and make them less healthy when the services being applied are being done so to manage patients over extended periods of time.

Many alternative healthcare professions are significantly more successful in keeping people healthy than traditional medicine because the practice objectives of these professions are based on expression based therapies.

Expression based therapies are designed to remove interferences within human beings that preclude the body’s physiology from functioning properly. In the end, expression based therapies allow a better expression of human physiology which improves the overall health of people. Unfortunately, most of these professions and their practice objectives are not covered by health insurance plans.

Although it’s important to have a system in place that offers all Americans a way to have access to affordable healthcare, it’s more important, in my opinion, to have a healthcare system in place that makes the population healthier. In the United States this is currently not a reality and the situation needs to change. We need to Make America Great Again but we also need to Make America Healthy Again.

What do you think about this subject?

Do Natural Cures Really Exist?

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews.net

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For the longest time, people have been exposed to marketing campaigns that glorify the natural healing capabilities of certain products. We’ve all heard and seen the impressive pitches through the mediums of radio and television. Creams, lotions, supplements, lasers, radio frequencies and other natural items have been pedaled by various individuals and small companies in an effort to garner the interests of health care consumers that are challenged by chronic health problems.

The average person views most alleged natural cures with an attitude of skepticism, and for good reason. There are a lot of disingenuous people in the world looking to make a quick buck off desperate and sick individuals. But before you make the mistake of writing off everyone and everything claiming to bring about natural cures, keep in mind that virtually every synthetic drug that has been manufactured by a pharmaceutical company has been copied from a natural product.

A particular synthetically copied compound is patentable, and therefore a potentially profitable product. Patented drugs, as we all know, are very profitable products. The designs of those drugs, however, originate from something that was created by nature, a non patentable commodity and something that is certainly not very profitable from the petrochemical industry’s perspective.

Because natural health care products are not very profitable for drug makers, their unique abilities to aid the human body in restoring its health have been greatly downplayed by the mainstream news outlets and respected medical journals that are, obviously, controlled by powerful companies having direct ties to the petrochemical industry. Keep in mind that we’re talking about big money here. The ‘$ick Care’ business is worth billions of dollars a year to some very powerful corporations. These powerful companies are not the least bit interested in eradicating extremely profitable diseases while simultaneously promoting naturally occurring compounds that could benefit the members of society.

The truth of the matter is that most diseases occurring today have been designed by very intelligent people in laboratories. Scientists are being paid by truly horrible corporations to screw up the physiological pathways of human beings.

When scientists intentionally create interferences within human physiology, people begin to encounter metabolic and physiological challenges. When the challenges begin showing up in large segments of the population, pharmaceutical companies release the names of diseases that have been previously thought up by marketing teams. The new diseases are promoted throughout the world by mainstream media outlets. Once a named disease has been identified and embraced by health care consumers, the petrochemical companies release an already patented synthetic drug that will manage, not cure, the various symptoms associated with a given physiological challenge.

The way the system works is actually quite ingenious. The malevolent corporations have been stepping up the pace of their assaults on the public every year. More physiological pathways are being interfered with than ever before. This is being accomplished when unknowing subjects use or consume products/foods that have been purposely attenuated by secondary companies that are owned or have close associations with petrochemical corporations.

Our foodstuffs have been genetically modified; laced with toxic ingredients; inundated with antibiotics and contaminated by other processes that will ultimately cause various forms of interference to human physiology. The result of people using so many of these products is the proliferation of new diseases and an increase in the production of toxic drugs by pharmaceutical companies that are then marketed to health care consumers worldwide.

In the meantime, natural cures, natural health professions and any modalities that don’t promote the agenda of placing synthetic poisons inside human beings are constantly attacked by representatives of the petrochemical industry and made to look unscientific and fraudulent.

In reality, there are many natural products in existence that don’t predispose individuals to the toxic and deadly consequences associated with taking synthetically manufactured drugs. The products I am writing about are able to, naturally, remove many interferences to certain physiological pathways that preclude the body from expressing a proper level of health. Once the interferences are removed, a more natural expression of health follows.

Because many natural products eliminate artificially created diseases and actually get sick people well, it’s highly unlikely we will ever see them, or anything that supports such a paradigm, promoted by the mainstream media or traditional, allopathic medicine.

The title of this article asks the question, “Do natural cures really exist?” The answer to that question is, yes! But don’t expect to see them advertised or reported on by the local, evening news.

Debunking the Debunkers!

By Dr. John Reizer

Editor at NoFakeNews.net

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Throughout the Medical Establishment’s long history of trying to damage the credibility of the chiropractic profession, debunking agents or so called “experts” have been hired by the “powers that be” to make chiropractic and its practitioners appear to look like quacks. The agents have given interviews, written books, constructed websites, and participated in other campaigns that directly reached healthcare consumers and helped to create false perceptions, for people, about chiropractic.

The funding of these campaigns has come from giant petrochemical corporations. It is very difficult to point fingers and name names because, obviously, paid shills are not going to admit to the fact that they’re on the payroll of a specific company, working to undermine or destroy chiropractic. It’s important to understand that chiropractic is not the only alternative healthcare profession that has been attacked.

Debunking agents are presently used everyday and in many different ways. Pretty much anything that challenges the accepted norms of what society perceives as being reality would be considered fair-game by these people.  For example, if a large minority of the population began to suddenly question the authenticity of something that was being reported by the government or the mainstream media, debunking agents, employed by the powers that be, are always ready to spring into action. These  individuals, through the implementation of strategic campaigns, can absolutely minimize the damage being caused by the controversial voice within the population base. The agents can make sure that the majority of the population continues to perceive reality the way that the government or media originally intended. For the purpose of this article, I’ll only discuss this topic as it pertains to healthcare and more specifically, chiropractic.

Giant petrochemical companies have a lot at stake in this very lucrative game. In order for these companies to remain profitable and powerful in the future, society must continue to believe in certain erroneous concepts. Petrochemical companies have many assets besides pharmaceutical companies. The drug industry is not their only concern, but it remains a very important part of their power base.

Alternative healthcare has always been a threat to the Medical Establishment. Because of this, it has been an important goal of traditional medicine to employ scientists and other professionals that could appear credible when attempting to write or convey damaging remarks about a particular modality or profession within the framework of alternative healthcare.

Quite a few websites have been designed to make potential viewers wary of chiropractic and other alternative healthcare services. It becomes easy to spot the disingenuous web addresses once you know what you’re looking for. The paid shills, writing for “Big Pharma,” usually copy and repeat the same misinformation on different web locations. Their posts are commonly read on many blogs where alternative health related concepts have been published and are threatening mainstream dogma.

The oldest trick in the book (and all the chiropractic debunkers use this tactic) is to claim traditional chiropractic (vertebral subluxation correction) has not undergone scientific, double blind studies and is therefore not a valid healthcare science.

To begin to understand how totally flawed double-blind studies are, when applied to the traditional chiropractic model, you have to first understand what these tests are actually trying to accomplish. Double blind studies have been designed to test the effectiveness of different drugs on patients. What the double blind studies are really testing is the effectiveness of a drug’s ability to cover up or block symptoms in the human body.

As I have previously explained in many of the books and articles I have authored; symptoms are not caused by a disease process but rather by the body’s immune system in an attempt to disable a disease process. An example of this is the body’s expression of a common fever. The fever that takes place during a bacterial or viral infection is attempting to destroy the microbe making the person ill. The double-blind study is, actually, measuring how effective a certain drug is in preventing the body from working as it should. If we used, for example, the fever scenario in a double-blind study, we would have to administer samples of medications to several patients that had fevers. Both the patients and the persons administering the drugs would be blind to which samples were the fever reducing drugs and which samples were sugar pills or placebos. The study would examine how effective certain samples were in reducing fever—the desired effect coming from the drug.

While double blind studies might be useful when it comes to measuring how well drugs are harming the overall health of an individual, they are a totally unreliable ruler when used to measure the effectiveness of a chiropractic adjustment being administered to a patient for the purpose of correcting a vertebral subluxation that is choking off the nervous system’s ability to express health in a human being!

Traditional straight chiropractic has nothing to do with addressing or blocking symptoms. Traditional chiropractic seeks to eliminate the cause of a serious problem by removing a major interference from the nervous system. This translates into a very beneficial result for the person involved however, the results would be impossible to measure through a double blind study. The double-blind study could never be applied to the traditional chiropractic model because these studies are only valuable when measuring changes in symptoms. Unfortunately, that’s what most of traditional medicine is about. It has the objective of covering up certain effects associated with health conditions and never addresses the causes.

By virtue of the double-blind study, science has already proven that medicine, and the drugs it utilizes, is most effective in blocking the body’s natural abilities to fight off diseases. This is why traditional medicine has never cured one single disease!

Once you eliminate the double blind study argument, the skeptics/shills writing the propaganda on various websites begin to point out that chiropractic should be classified as a pseudoscience because the profession’s practitioners have dangerous ideas about conventional medical theories. On this point I would definitely agree with the debunkers. Many chiropractic practitioners have routinely pointed out a lot of large holes in the Medical Establishment’s protocols for the management of various diseases. This is a dangerous scenario for the medical profession.

Some dangerous chiropractic ideas, according to the debunkers, that I can think of right off the top of my head are anti-vaccination and anti-fluoridation campaigns. Chiropractors have had lots to say about the dangers associated with vaccines and water fluoridation. Both of these practices are very controversial and can, in the opinions of many healthcare professionals worldwide, cause irreparable damage to the human immune system.

My advice to prospective patients that stumble upon anti-chiropractic websites, and other related literature, is to realize that this type of content is being purposely placed in the public domain, by the Medical Establishment, to make healthcare consumers believe that chiropractic and many forms of alternative healthcare are based on pseudo-scientific principles.

Chiropractic is a fully licensed form of healthcare in all fifty states. Government agencies wouldn’t license healthcare professionals if their professional objectives were based on unscientific principles!