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    Re: Woman Survives Internal Decapitation

    "michaelmazid" wrote:
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    Dr. Gary Ghiselli, a chiropractor at the Denver Spine Center, said Malloy's will to survive is what saved her.
    A chiropractor? What? Did she need a massage? Thats all chiropractors are good for anyway....
    I would have to disagree. Chiropractors are good for a variety of injuries. I had severe whip lash when I was younger, they took care of that. I had a bunch of knee injuries, they took care of it. I'm assuming she went to the chiropractor because she had a back/neck injury, which is what chiropractors mostly work on. I don't see why its so out of the ordinary to you that she went to a chiropractor. They are doctors who mostly specialize on back/neck injuries. Doesn't it make sense to go to one if you have those kind of injuries?

    Anyways, I didn't mean to get off topic. I hope this lady recovers fully. I wish her the best of luck!
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    Re: Woman Survives Internal Decapitation

    "vikes_4_life_42" wrote:
    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    "davike" wrote:
    Dr. Gary Ghiselli, a chiropractor at the Denver Spine Center, said Malloy's will to survive is what saved her.
    A chiropractor? What? Did she need a massage? Thats all chiropractors are good for anyway....
    I would have to disagree. Chiropractors are good for a variety of injuries. I had severe whip lash when I was younger, they took care of that. I had a bunch of knee injuries, they took care of it. I'm assuming she went to the chiropractor because she had a back/neck injury, which is what chiropractors mostly work on. I don't see why its so out of the ordinary to you that she went to a chiropractor. They are doctors who mostly specialize on back/neck injuries. Doesn't it make sense to go to one if you have those kind of injuries?

    Anyways, I didn't mean to get off topic. I hope this lady recovers fully. I wish her the best of luck!
    Last year me and a sister rolled our car....I had more serious injuries then whiplash and I went to a chiropractor and it helped allot. Chiropractors are very good, they try to get the body to heal naturally.

    Thanks Josdin00 for the sig!

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    Re: Woman Survives Internal Decapitation

    "davike" wrote:
    "vikes_4_life_42" wrote:
    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    "davike" wrote:
    Dr. Gary Ghiselli, a chiropractor at the Denver Spine Center, said Malloy's will to survive is what saved her.
    A chiropractor? What? Did she need a massage? Thats all chiropractors are good for anyway....
    I would have to disagree. Chiropractors are good for a variety of injuries. I had severe whip lash when I was younger, they took care of that. I had a bunch of knee injuries, they took care of it. I'm assuming she went to the chiropractor because she had a back/neck injury, which is what chiropractors mostly work on. I don't see why its so out of the ordinary to you that she went to a chiropractor. They are doctors who mostly specialize on back/neck injuries. Doesn't it make sense to go to one if you have those kind of injuries?

    Anyways, I didn't mean to get off topic. I hope this lady recovers fully. I wish her the best of luck!
    Last year me and a sister rolled our car....I had more serious injuries then whiplash and I went to a chiropractor and it helped allot. Chiropractors are very good, they try to get the body to heal naturally.
    Chiropractors are great.
    I got to one every six months to put my back into alighnment.
    You just need to find the right one, because some are just total crap.

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    Re: Woman Survives Internal Decapitation

    wow, i wish her the best and hope she recovers fully

    Thanks josdin00

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    Re: Woman Survives Internal Decapitation

    wow is right that would really suck!

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    Re: Woman Survives Internal Decapitation

    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    "davike" wrote:
    Dr. Gary Ghiselli, a chiropractor at the Denver Spine Center, said Malloy's will to survive is what saved her.
    A chiropractor? What? Did she need a massage? Thats all chiropractors are good for anyway....
    Hey I just noticed this, but why is this quote in my name?

    Thanks Josdin00 for the sig!

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    Re: Woman Survives Internal Decapitation

    Personally, I don't trust chiropractors.
    I went to one when a nail was driven through my foot and she didn't help me at all.
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