Florida chiropractor sued by EEOC

Discussion in 'Leaks & Legal' started by Triumph, May 9, 2013.

  1. Triumph Member


    EEOC Sues Dynamic Medical Services for Religious Discrimination
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  2. Triumph Member

    Chiropractor...not a Dentist...

    scilon bonecracker
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  3. Anonymous Member

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  4. Triumph Member

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  5. Triumph Member
    His wife Christina owns the New Village Academy--clam school (Miami)

    whol smiff and his wifepod are associated with the other school in LA

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  6. Quentinanon Member

    I wonder if Dennis Nobbe has factually and truthfully billed insurance companies for treatment given his patients.

    I think Donna Shannon could say a great deal of how LRH Technology was used to raid and nearly bankrupt her veterinary practice in south Florida.
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  7. Triumph Member

    haz been spanked before for shady billing and bookkeeping
    by the Florida Dept of Health
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  8. wolfbane Member

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  9. Quentinanon Member

    "Mere WOG law"
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  10. Gottabrain Member

    Great news! Caek, anyone? :)

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  11. RightOn Member

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  12. Quentinanon Member

    I would like a slice with a generous helping of Marcabian psych drugs, plox.
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  13. I can save everyone the trouble of posting these releases. A standard release should suffice.

    Today a WISE affilaited dentist/Chiro/Vet was sued for forcing his staff into taking Scientology religious courses. Dr (insert name) has previously been reprimanded for overcharging patients/underpaying staff/insurance fraud.
    Dr (insert name) regularly gives lectures on how to build a successful practice to other scientologists and is a parton or higher of the IAS.
    He/She will contest the charges vigorously but will provide little or no evidence to the contrary as these are just "wogs"/degraded beings with their silly rules and regulations. He/She will consider bankruptcy to avoid obligations and financial penalties.

    Nevertheless thanks for posting this Triumph
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  14. Florida Dentist sued by EEOC

  15. Anonymous Member

    Mike Rinder linked to Tony's article, and specifically mentions the EEOC Complaint:
    The EEOC Press Release has now been cross-posted to Mike's blog:

    ESMB Thread:

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  17. The Internet Member

    What's the difference between medical chiropractic and ordinary chiropractic?
  18. Horseradish Member

    The auxiliary word 'medical' attached to the word 'chiropractic' lends an unwarranted air of authority to the main, and thus is most likely to be used by scilons, who prefer all that is tricksy and deceptive.
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  20. RightOn Member

    asshole was trying to adjust backs and brains
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  21. I had to have new signs made and I make some of the staff wear scrubs, I can also charge more.

  22. PMS My wife uses LRH study technique on righting this, now my incomes has tripled!:
    My wife, Chris, has been a practicing Scientology since childhood and supports a local school which is based on the study techniques of L. Ron Hubbard.
  23. Thanks Honey! "Every last one of the personnel who service us Solo Auditors are diligent, unreasonable and amazingly caring."

    Don't worry about the Feds suing us, they are no match for our OT Powers!

  24. Speaking of LRH Study Tech, maybe the MODS could change Dentist to Chiropractor in the thread title!
  25. andonanon Member

    Goofiness magnified 10x but uncertainties are gone.

    This will end well...I can FEEL it.
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    Yep. Unbridled Scientology goofiness is just what a "doctors" office needs. Distracts the punters while they are being fleeced.
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  27. Gottabrain Member

    Why chiropractors are not doctors and the whole thing is a scam (from a chiropractor who renounced it):
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  28. The Wrong Guy Member

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  29. The Internet Member

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  30. Anonymous Member

    Another clever BoingBoing comment:
    • knoxblox
      I think this is a symptom of an even bigger problem, where fair to middling businessmen in the U.S. think they’re even better psychologists.
      Trust-building exercises, HR gatekeepers, “shaping” employees (instead of seeking spots where they fit), etc.
      • OliveGreenapple
        Oh God Yes.
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  31. Florida Dentist

    David Wagner, DDS, uses communication skill gained through Scientology to turn the “dreaded” dental visit into a pleasant experience for his patients. His profile is one of 200 “Meet a Scientologist” videos on the Scientology website In a video featured on the new Scientology Video Channel at mod edit:cult link removed, dentist David Wagner of Clearwater, Florida, tells how communication skill gained through Scientology is vital in his practice. It is not enough to provide quality dental care—genuine interest and understanding are also important.
    “People don’t usually like to go to the dentist,” he says, “so I get to know them and treat them as friends. That makes their treatment go a lot easier.”
    Dentistry has been Wagner’s lifelong passion. When he earned his dental degree from Indiana University and completed an advanced training program at Sinai Hospital in Detroit, he accomplished a goal he set while in elementary school in Lafayette, Indiana, pursuing it with single-minded determination. He even chose a project on dentistry for his junior high school science fair project.
    Highly trained and highly motivated, Wagner, to his dismay found the business end of dentistry a struggle—he did not know how to establish and build a practice, let alone keep it viable.
    When he heard about a technology of administration developed by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, he signed up for some courses and immediately learned exactly what he needed to do to resolve the problems in his office. “That was quite a revelation to me,” says Wagner, whose whole life got a lot better with his newfound understanding of how to organize and manage his practice.
    While what he learned from his courses was practical know-how and not religion, Wagner was fascinated by the workability of Mr. Hubbard’s administrative technology and decided to look into what the Scientology religion might offer him. What he found surpassed his hopes and expectations.
    “Scientology has really changed my life,” Wagner says. “It answered questions I wondered and worried about—I was surprised how easily they resolved.”
    And it all came full circle back to his practice, as the more he learned in Scientology, the better he was able to deal with patients. “Scientology helped me to actually communicate with patients, and they seem to appreciate that most. When you really understand a person you almost feel like you’re walking in his shoes and it’s easier to treat him,” he says.
    Wagner, 61, and his wife Pat are parents and grandparents and also serve as staff members at the Church of Scientology Mission of Belleaire, Florida.
    View David Wagner’s video at Mod Edit:Cult link removed.
    The popular Meet a Scientologist” profiles on the Church of Scientology International Video Channel at now total 200 broadcast-quality documentary videos featuring Scientologists from diverse locations and walks of life. The personal stories are told by Scientologists who are educators, teenagers, skydivers, a golf instructor, a hip-hop dancer, IT manager, stunt pilot, mothers, fathers, dentists, photographers, actors, musicians, fashion designers, engineers, students, business owners and more.
    A digital pioneer and leader in the online religious community, in April 2008 the Church of Scientology became the first major religion to launch its own official YouTube Video Channel, which has now been viewed by millions of visitors.

    Church of Scientology Media Relations
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    (323) 960-3500 phone
    (323) 960-3508 fax
  32. The Wrong Guy Member

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  33. Anonymous Member

    Dave Wagner was also a course supervisor at the Belleair Mission in Florida, where Denise Miscavige Covington Licciardi Gentile and Laura Verneuille work, who are both Daveyboy's sisters. Wagner is originally from Michigan where he had a dental practice.

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  34. Triumph Member

    ABC News
    Florida Business Forced Scientology on Employees, Feds Assert
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  35. wolfbane Member

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  37. Anonymous Member

    Yup! Right at the front end! :(
  38. wolfbane Member

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  40. Anonymous Member

    Harpoon fired!
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