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    Need Chiropractor....

    Can anyone recommend a good chiropractor in the Broomfield/Louisville/Boulder area? I spent alot of time on my bike this year and I'm paying for it now. I would like to find one thats routinely works on mountain bikers if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoHg View Post
    Can anyone recommend a good chiropractor in the Broomfield/Louisville/Boulder area? I spent alot of time on my bike this year and I'm paying for it now. I would like to find one thats routinely works on mountain bikers if possible.
    Dr. Eric Graves, in Westminster. He's an avid cyclist, will treat you right.

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    Alme, Zack G DC - Alme Chiropractic
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    Been friends with this guy since high school - he is a great guy!
    Don't know about MTB specific, but he has done work on professional athletes - the Colo Rapids, JUDO people, weightlifters and more.
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    The Joint by McGuckin's it's nice and quick and $20 a pop.
    You should also look into Rolfing. That did amazing stuff.

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    $20 a pop?
    Since when did Need have anything to do with this?

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    When I lived in that area I went to see Jeremy Rodgers at Colorado Sports Chiropractic Colorado Sports Chiropractic Center - Chiropractor In Louisville; CO; USA :: Home

    Jeremy is also an Athletic Trainer. He is a professional kayaker, and has also done expedition length adventure races, which entail a ton of mountain biking.

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    Quacks... all of them. Maybe try some daily stretching

    Go to a real Doctor if you are having issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icegeek View Post
    $20 a pop?
    Let me rephrase, $20 a bouquet of pops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJosiah View Post
    Quacks... all of them. Maybe try some daily stretching

    Go to a real Doctor if you are having issues.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chillmolly View Post
    When I lived in that area I went to see Jeremy Rodgers at Colorado Sports Chiropractic Colorado Sports Chiropractic Center - Chiropractor In Louisville; CO; USA :: Home
    Maureen Thom has dramatically improved my quality of life, and is in the same office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MK_ View Post
    The Joint by McGuckin's it's nice and quick and $20 a pop.
    You should also look into Rolfing. That did amazing stuff.

    _MK
    The Rolf Institute has student clinics where you can get the 10 series done in a classroom setting for very cheap. It was very useful, if a bit odd and clinical WRT the setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJosiah View Post
    Quacks... all of them. Maybe try some daily stretching

    Go to a real Doctor if you are having issues.
    By "real" doctor you mean western med doctor? Yeah, I like the sentiments of what you said - preventative. Are you a "real" doctor? Western medicine seem to be more reactionary in paradigm, yeah? Plus, as the famous quote goes, "Butchers! The whole lot of 'em"---McCoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK_ View Post
    Let me rephrase, $20 a bouquet of pops.

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    Seriously...is that per visit? 'Cause when I get worked on my musculoskeletal structure sounds like room full of drunken teens moshing on bubble wrap and would most likely qualify as several bouquet of pops!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_andy View Post
    Alme, Zack G DC - Alme Chiropractic
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    Been friends with this guy since high school - he is a great guy!
    Well he's probably retired by now then!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJosiah View Post
    Quacks... all of them. Maybe try some daily stretching

    Go to a real Doctor if you are having issues.
    The "Dr" has spoken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y View Post
    By "real" doctor you mean western med doctor? Yeah, I like the sentiments of what you said - preventative. Are you a "real" doctor? Western medicine seem to be more reactionary in paradigm, yeah? Plus, as the famous quote goes, "Butchers! The whole lot of 'em"---McCoy

    "If they're so good, why are they only "practicing" medicine?" -- I forgot who said this.

    Anyone can be a chiropractor, they have no over ruling requirements, testing, standards or board to answer too. Therefore there is no regulation on any treatment regimes.

    That and the boat loads of people who've had to get real medical work done BECAUSE of chiropractor treatments.

    Or even worse, the people who did not see a real doctor, who have nifty machines to look inside your body, that had treatable medical conditions that went untreated because they had some quack make "adjustments" only to find out down the line they now have permanent issues that could have been treated from the start.


    But hey, do whatever you will... no skin off my teeth...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJosiah View Post
    Anyone can be a chiropractor, they have no over ruling requirements, testing, standards or board to answer too. Therefore there is no regulation on any treatment regimes.
    I think the Department of Labor would disagree with you...

    Bureau of Labor Statistics Requirements For Chiropractic Care

    Chiropractors must be licensed, which requires 2 to 4 years of undergraduate education, the completion of a 4-year chiropractic college course, and passing scores on national and State examinations.

    Education and training. In 2009, 16 chiropractic programs in the United States were accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education. Applicants must have at least 90 semester hours of undergraduate study leading toward a bachelor's degree, including courses in English, the social sciences or humanities, organic and inorganic chemistry, biology, physics, and psychology. Many applicants have a bachelor's degree, which may eventually become the minimum entry requirement. Several chiropractic colleges offer prechiropractic study, as well as a bachelor's degree program. Recognition of prechiropractic education offered by chiropractic colleges varies among the States.

    Chiropractic programs require a minimum of 4,200 hours of combined classroom, laboratory, and clinical experience. During the first 2 years, most chiropractic programs emphasize classroom and laboratory work in sciences such as anatomy, physiology, public health, microbiology, pathology, and biochemistry. The last 2 years focus on courses in manipulation and spinal adjustment and provide clinical experience in physical and laboratory diagnosis, neurology, orthopedics, geriatrics, physiotherapy, and nutrition. Chiropractic programs and institutions grant the degree of Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.).

    Chiropractic colleges also offer postdoctoral training in orthopedics, neurology, sports injuries, nutrition, rehabilitation, radiology, industrial consulting, family practice, pediatrics, and applied chiropractic sciences. Once such training is complete, chiropractors may take specialty exams leading to “diplomate” status in a given specialty. Exams are administered by chiropractic specialty boards.

    Licensure. All States and the District of Columbia regulate the practice of chiropractic and grant licenses to chiropractors who meet the educational and examination requirements established by the State. Chiropractors can practice only in States where they are licensed. Some States have agreements permitting chiropractors licensed in one State to obtain a license in another without further examination, provided that their educational, examination, and practice credentials meet State specifications.

    Most State licensing boards require at least 2 years of undergraduate education, but an increasing number are requiring a 4-year bachelor's degree. All boards require the completion of a 4-year program at an accredited chiropractic college leading to the Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

    For licensure, most State boards recognize either all or part of the four-part test administered by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. State examinations may supplement the National Board tests, depending on State requirements. All States except New Jersey require the completion of a specified number of hours of continuing education each year in order to maintain licensure. Chiropractic associations and accredited chiropractic programs and institutions offer continuing education programs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJosiah View Post
    Anyone can be a doctor, just takes some extra schooling.

    That and the boat loads of people on un-needed/wrong meds because of Drs that don't know what they're doing so just prescribe antibiotics.

    Or even worse, the people who did not see a good chiropractor, that had treatable conditions that got operations instead b/c the real doctor said they needed it.
    FTFY.

    We have already established how much smarter you are than I, but again, what kind of a doctor are you?
    You're really starting to give the actual doctors on this board a bad name.

    NoHg wanted recommendations for good chiropractors, not some "doctor's" opinion whether it is a legitimate form of treatment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJosiah View Post
    Anyone can be a chiropractor, they have no over ruling requirements, testing, standards or board to answer too. Therefore there is no regulation on any treatment regimes.

    That and the boat loads of people who've had to get real medical work done BECAUSE of chiropractor treatments.

    Or even worse, the people who did not see a real doctor, who have nifty machines to look inside your body, that had treatable medical conditions that went untreated because they had some quack make "adjustments" only to find out down the line they now have permanent issues that could have been treated from the start.


    But hey, do whatever you will... no skin off my teeth...
    Thanks for your insight but I think I'll take my chances with a well referred Chiropractor.

    Now Teeth...Thats something I know about. I'm a little gunshy on doctors since 20 of them with 200 years of education and probably 275 years of experience had no idea why I started losing weight, had migraines, constant twitching muscles, debilitating brain fog, light sensitivity, tingling fingers and feet, seeing spots, ringing ears, painful heart palpitations, very low body temp, depression, falling white blood cell count, etc. All of them suggested medication for depression, 2 were sure I had Lukemia, 1 thought I had lupus, and 5 of them wanted to test me for MS and ALS.

    It was Dr. Google that saved me. I cracked and then broke a tooth with a mercury filling that was placed in the early 80's and it was slowly poisoning and killing me. Mercury does not reside in the bloodstream and stores mainly in the kidneys, liver, heart, putuitary, and crosses the blood-brain barrier so it's very difficult to test for without using a chelating drug first. I feel like I can give a detailed several hour lecture on this subject with all the research I've done. It's a horrible feeling to be sick and not know what the hell is wrong.

    Most doctors are trained to diagnose common illnesses with common symptoms and when someone comes in with a non-typical set of symptoms and the blood tests look fairly normal and they can't figure out whats wrong, they give some quack diagnosis like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and give them the current popular anti-depressant.

    Obviously doctors do alot of great things for people but it was amazing to me that not one of these doctors really focused in on all my symptoms. The answers were there right in front of them but none were willing to dig.

    This all happened about 3 years ago and I'm improving but still not right but at least I can remember my phone number and don't put my shoes in the refrigerator anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoHg View Post
    Thanks for your insight but I think I'll take my chances with a well referred Chiropractor.

    Now Teeth...Thats something I know about. I'm a little gunshy on doctors since 20 of them with 200 years of education and probably 275 years of experience had no idea why I started losing weight, had migraines, constant twitching muscles, debilitating brain fog, light sensitivity, tingling fingers and feet, seeing spots, ringing ears, painful heart palpitations, very low body temp, depression, falling white blood cell count, etc. All of them suggested medication for depression, 2 were sure I had Lukemia, 1 thought I had lupus, and 5 of them wanted to test me for MS and ALS.

    It was Dr. Google that saved me. I cracked and then broke a tooth with a mercury filling that was placed in the early 80's and it was slowly poisoning and killing me. Mercury does not reside in the bloodstream and stores mainly in the kidneys, liver, heart, putuitary, and crosses the blood-brain barrier so it's very difficult to test for without using a chelating drug first. I feel like I can give a detailed several hour lecture on this subject with all the research I've done. It's a horrible feeling to be sick and not know what the hell is wrong.

    Most doctors are trained to diagnose common illnesses with common symptoms and when someone comes in with a non-typical set of symptoms and the blood tests look fairly normal and they can't figure out whats wrong, they give some quack diagnosis like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and give them the current popular anti-depressant.

    Obviously doctors do alot of great things for people but it was amazing to me that not one of these doctors really focused in on all my symptoms. The answers were there right in front of them but none were willing to dig.

    This all happened about 3 years ago and I'm improving but still not right but at least I can remember my phone number and don't put my shoes in the refrigerator anymore.

    Whoa, dude! Good to hear you're getting better
    Your last sentence is priceless!

    Curious if you've looked into any alternative med cleansing/detox or things like dietary mods to intro some chemistry into your system to either displace or bind with the mercury and pull it out of your organs?
    I've noticed some detoxing effect from chiro sessions...back adjustments that promote all sorts of GI movement and neck tweaks that resulted in head-rushes and clarity in thinking. Is this (a part of) your goal for the chiro recommendation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chillmolly View Post
    When I lived in that area I went to see Jeremy Rodgers at Colorado Sports Chiropractic Colorado Sports Chiropractic Center - Chiropractor In Louisville; CO; USA :: Home

    Jeremy is also an Athletic Trainer. He is a professional kayaker, and has also done expedition length adventure races, which entail a ton of mountain biking.

    Marcia
    +1 he's my current. He's from Oklahoma thought so be careful The only caveat is that he doesn't take insurance but if I remember correctly he does offer lower rates and will "bill" your insurance so that the costs go against your deductible. I hope I explained that right.

    also Recommend David Boynton of North Boulder Chiropractic. David treats a bunch of the big named cyclists in Boulder and is a semi-active racer (or at least used to be) so he's pretty familiar with your needs.

    Two different approaches but both good peeps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y View Post
    Whoa, dude! Good to hear you're getting better
    Your last sentence is priceless!

    Curious if you've looked into any alternative med cleansing/detox or things like dietary mods to intro some chemistry into your system to either displace or bind with the mercury and pull it out of your organs?
    I've noticed some detoxing effect from chiro sessions...back adjustments that promote all sorts of GI movement and neck tweaks that resulted in head-rushes and clarity in thinking. Is this (a part of) your goal for the chiro recommendation?
    Yes. Absolutely. There's a couple of ways to attempt to remove the mercury. DMPS and DMSA which are powerful drugs than bind Heavy Metals but there can be serious side effects.

    The other is to detox in a more natural way through taking supplements, taking clay baths, using saunas and through diet which is what I chose. The only problem is it takes years and probably won't ever remove all the mercury.

    As far as diet, I could only eat raw natural foods with low sugar content and no starches. No grains other than a bit of wild rice and plain rice cakes. No bread or wheat at all which is not a good thing to put in your body anyway IMO. I ate lots of protein, low mold count nuts like almonds, eggs, red meat, veggies, hummus, etc. The only fruit I could eat was cranberries in small amounts. It was tough and my hunger for carbs was almost uncontrollable.

    Mercury kills good bacteria in your gut and the white blood cells that keep yeast in control. Once my white blood cell count dropped low enough, I developed an overgrowth of yeast and was pretty much shitting cotton balls some days. Then what happens is the villi (small hairlike particles that line the stomach that help absorb nutrients) get flattened out and I couldn't absorb nutrients (malabsorption) which is why i was losing weight. This also lead to something called Leaky Gut Syndrome when the damaged stomach lining develops small microscopic holes in the intestinal wall and yeast was leaking into my bloodstream and contributing to horrible brainfog. I felt drunk ALL the time. Once yeast gets into the organs, you're done. This is one thing that kills AIDS patients since their immune system stops working and the small number of white blood cells can't control the yeast. 90% of your immune system is in your stomach. The yeast in your gut thrives on sugar so thats why I couldn't have any at all. It makes you crave carbs and sugars to feed it. It's a vicious cycle that I had to stop.

    Garlic, Cilantro, flaxseeds and Apple Cider Vinegar were very helpful. I don't eat fish anymore since most has some mercury, but take fish oil tablets with high content of DHA and EPA.

    I took and still take a daily cocktail of amino acids and vitamins. Chlorella and Milk Thistle are good to take.

    My viewpoint on the importance on diet and environment now is pretty much the opposite of what it was before I got sick. I actually traced the start of some of my symptoms back to high school after I started getting my mercury fillings. I had 9 of them total. I don't have to take any medication any longer but I started taking lipitor at 25 (I'm 41 now) for elevated cholesterol but I was not overweight at all and no one in my family ever had high cholesterol so that was puzzling. I was also on a bet-blocker and a nasty diuretic triamterene/HCTZ (this drug is downright dangerous) for high blood pressure. Obviously, the mercury toxicity was starting to have an effect on my system years ago.

    Our bodies are amazingly resilient and have evolved to be able to tolerate toxicities from our food and our environment and we are able to excrete enough of these toxicities to be able to continue to function but there's no denying that it is taking an effect on our health and changing our DNA structure making each generation more susceptible to disease. When I broke the tooth and the mercury started leaking into my stomach, my body couldn't handle it and all hell broke loose.

    Mercury is a Hazardous Material outside your mouth and dentists have to use certain protocols to dispose of it. Many use a third party HazMat company to come clean out a special HazMat housing the dentist are required to keep onsite. I had such high mercury readings in my mouth it was illegal for me to spit into the toilet. This is a whole other topic for argument. I'd like to kick the jackhole who decided it would be good to use mercury to fill cavities right in the nuts with steel toe boots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoHg View Post
    Yes. Absolutely. There's a couple of ways to attempt to remove the mercury. DMPS and DMSA which are powerful drugs than bind Heavy Metals but there can be serious side effects.

    The other is to detox in a more natural way through taking supplements, taking clay baths, using saunas and through diet which is what I chose. The only problem is it takes years and probably won't ever remove all the mercury.

    As far as diet, I could only eat raw natural foods with low sugar content and no starches. No grains other than a bit of wild rice and plain rice cakes. No bread or wheat at all which is not a good thing to put in your body anyway IMO. I ate lots of protein, low mold count nuts like almonds, eggs, red meat, veggies, hummus, etc. The only fruit I could eat was cranberries in small amounts. It was tough and my hunger for carbs was almost uncontrollable.

    Mercury kills good bacteria in your gut and the white blood cells that keep yeast in control. Once my white blood cell count dropped low enough, I developed an overgrowth of yeast and was pretty much shitting cotton balls some days. Then what happens is the villi (small hairlike particles that line the stomach that help absorb nutrients) get flattened out and I couldn't absorb nutrients (malabsorption) which is why i was losing weight. This also lead to something called Leaky Gut Syndrome when the damaged stomach lining develops small microscopic holes in the intestinal wall and yeast was leaking into my bloodstream and contributing to horrible brainfog. I felt drunk ALL the time. Once yeast gets into the organs, you're done. This is one thing that kills AIDS patients since their immune system stops working and the small number of white blood cells can't control the yeast. 90% of your immune system is in your stomach. The yeast in your gut thrives on sugar so thats why I couldn't have any at all. It makes you crave carbs and sugars to feed it. It's a vicious cycle that I had to stop.

    Garlic, Cilantro, flaxseeds and Apple Cider Vinegar were very helpful. I don't eat fish anymore since most has some mercury, but take fish oil tablets with high content of DHA and EPA.

    I took and still take a daily cocktail of amino acids and vitamins. Chlorella and Milk Thistle are good to take.

    My viewpoint on the importance on diet and environment now is pretty much the opposite of what it was before I got sick. I actually traced the start of some of my symptoms back to high school after I started getting my mercury fillings. I had 9 of them total. I don't have to take any medication any longer but I started taking lipitor at 25 (I'm 41 now) for elevated cholesterol but I was not overweight at all and no one in my family ever had high cholesterol so that was puzzling. I was also on a bet-blocker and a nasty diuretic triamterene/HCTZ (this drug is downright dangerous) for high blood pressure. Obviously, the mercury toxicity was starting to have an effect on my system years ago.

    Our bodies are amazingly resilient and have evolved to be able to tolerate toxicities from our food and our environment and we are able to excrete enough of these toxicities to be able to continue to function but there's no denying that it is taking an effect on our health and changing our DNA structure making each generation more susceptible to disease. When I broke the tooth and the mercury started leaking into my stomach, my body couldn't handle it and all hell broke loose.

    Mercury is a Hazardous Material outside your mouth and dentists have to use certain protocols to dispose of it. Many use a third party HazMat company to come clean out a special HazMat housing the dentist are required to keep onsite. I had such high mercury readings in my mouth it was illegal for me to spit into the toilet. This is a whole other topic for argument. I'd like to kick the jackhole who decided it would be good to use mercury to fill cavities right in the nuts with steel toe boots.
    Nice read, thanx for typing! All this was gleaned from your Dr. Google dig? I've done similar digs w/ regards to diet and supplements which is why I fired out the questions. My goal was to alter the body/blood chemistry and tweaking my diet a bit on the basis of alkalizing the system to make the environment a bit hostile for harmful/nasty crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoHg View Post
    I was also on a bet-blocker and a nasty diuretic triamterene/HCTZ (this drug is downright dangerous) for high blood pressure.
    I know someone on that stuff, tell me moar
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y View Post
    My goal was to alter the body/blood chemistry and tweaking my diet a bit on the basis of alkalizing the system to make the environment a bit hostile for harmful/nasty crap.
    You have chronic urinary tract infections or something?
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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