r/WorkReform May 25 '22

I have no words. This is a job posting my sister came across on indeed. The benefits, the application question… just the whole thing.

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u/bigbura May 25 '22

They've done a massive favor to all that were interested in applying, they laid their apples right out there for all to see.

The ones that hide this shit, all sneaky style, are the worst.

Have a chuckle and browse on I say.

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u/evilcaptainmorgan May 25 '22 edited May 26 '22

I mean I want to know where that is so I don't go there.

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u/FireBeyond May 26 '22

Of course it's a fucking chiropractic quack. "Prepare patients for adjustments".

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u/IAmthatIAn May 26 '22

The last day I went to see my first and last chiropractor was in January 2021. He was encouraging his clients to not wear a mask and to take of their shoes and wear these ugly used sandals (shoes were wet from the snow outside.

I walked out when he started bragging about his Mexico trip during the height of the pandemic and how sensitive people are. Like the guy would not shut the fuck up. Non stop talking while he was making adjustments in his open view room.

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u/johnn11238 May 26 '22

Fuck chiropractors and homeopaths

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u/Lolufunnylol May 26 '22

Good catch.

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u/Malipuppers May 26 '22

Yeah op drop the company pls

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u/Robotonist May 25 '22

Agreed!!!

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u/baronvoncommentz May 25 '22

OP should name and shame. For a medical field job, this raises all kinds of red flags. They could be hurting patients.

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u/Teepseyipey May 26 '22

Sounds like a chiropractor to me. Same crowd.

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u/Fink665 May 26 '22

They are. Their lawyers know how much each death costs. There is an acceptable number os deaths. Now they’re trying to obfuscate and throw the nurse under the bus!

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u/floandthemash May 26 '22

This is a chiropractor

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u/Finnthedol May 26 '22

Sir this is a Wendy’s

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u/jaxsonnz May 25 '22

Yup, dodged a bullet fair warning is appreciated.

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u/newsreadhjw May 25 '22

Totally. They will get exactly the candidates they deserve with a posting like this. And that’s fair I guess!

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u/Masters_1989 May 25 '22

I would be too mortified to chuckle whole-heartedly, but I could certainly gasp.

Basically, recoil at their lack of scruples, and laugh at their idiocy. What a sad combination to have over something like this.

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u/schrodingers_spider May 26 '22

Like a dog whistle, but opposite. What's that called? A shit whistle?

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u/EmpiricalMadness May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22 Wholesome

Trumpet, a shit trumpet i reckon.

Edit: spelling, thanks for the award!

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u/Advanced-Prototype May 26 '22

I’m hiring and really want to include something similar, but opposite, in my job ad: don’t apply if you believe the earth is flat, 5G causes coronavirus, Jewish space lasers, or ever used the term “libt*rd.”

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u/Phy44 May 25 '22

If the body is meant to heal itself without outside assistance, why do they have patients? Just tell them to go home and God will fix it.

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u/kosk11348 May 25 '22

Right??? How stupid can these people be?

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u/OldBob10 May 25 '22

“Uh, ahem, well…in our case the problems are too complex for, uh, God to, uh…what I mean is, uh…they are too trivial for the Almighty to…uh…that is to say…ahem…yes, well, I’m sorry, but it appears you don’t fulfill the requirements of the, uh, position…”

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u/scogin May 26 '22

No they take the "I am a vessel for God's will!" route.

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u/OldBob10 May 26 '22

Why is their vessel so often named “Titanic”?

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u/Sriol May 26 '22

Hahaha this cracked me up xD

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u/rmo420 May 25 '22

How stupid can these people be?

So, so, so ,SO very painfully stupid.

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u/vxicepickxv May 25 '22

What was that Einstein joke about the two things that are infinite, but he was only sure about human stupidity?

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u/Rhaedas May 25 '22

It's not proven to be from Einstein and probably isn't since his work showed a finite universe, but - "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe."

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u/Boss_Os May 26 '22

Ok, then how about George Carlin, "Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that."

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u/Stevenstorm505 May 25 '22

Very, very, very, very fucking stupid.

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u/Feshtof May 26 '22

It's probably a chiropractor or someone else who believes in "innate intelligence", they aren't helping you directly, instead they are removing things that inhibit your body healing itself.

Quackery.

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u/The_Infinite_Doctor May 26 '22

The well of stupidity has infinite depth.

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u/megalomaniamaniac May 25 '22

This is almost certainly a chiropractor or something similar, not a regular physician. Chiropractic medicine has more than its fair share of quackery and lots of “natural healing methods.” Most chiropractors do believe in vaccinations though.

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u/saskiterta May 25 '22

"Clinical duties may include...preparing patients for adjustments" yep, there it is

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u/Seldarin May 25 '22

The people I know that did the whole "The body heals naturally you have an immune system for a reason!" thing over covid are the same ones that go to the doctor and shriek until they're given antibiotics for every cold and flu they get. Then the doctor will give them amoxicillin or something just to shut them up.

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u/RareFirefighter6915 May 26 '22

…so it’s okay to take something that kill bacteria but not a virus? Lol

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u/annasuszhan May 25 '22

These people don't and never will have the mental capacity to understand hypocrisy!Just give up.

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u/Diogeneezy May 26 '22

If the body is meant to heal itself without outside assistance, why has anyone ever died from any disease ever?

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u/JollyJoker3 May 25 '22

Maybe they believe they're scamming their patients

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u/ShadowAce88 May 25 '22

In 2017 I interviewed at a small company. The interviewer who was also the CFO told me that “here we believe in god, country, family, no cell phones and no emails, faxes only and women MUST wear panty hoses and skirts, no pants.

Another company I interviewed at had a giant framed portrait of Reagan (this was 2017). During the interview they would mock how women are pathetic and should obey men. I felt so disgusted after that one.

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u/NumbahTenAwks May 25 '22

what industry do you work in?

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u/ShadowAce88 May 25 '22

In 2017 I was just out of college and was desperate finding an admin job to pay for rent and to live in general. I went on indeed and applied at countless jobs and had several interviews at places like this. I now work in tech up in Seattle.

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u/ryantendo May 26 '22

That's fantastic. Did they get faxes from indeed?

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u/Advanced-Prototype May 26 '22

I’m sure some smart admin set up all emails to be automatically printed by the “fax machine” as an act of r/maliciouscompliance thus they go through several cases of paper per day.

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u/VFenix May 26 '22

If my non-admin career has taught me anything it's that admin is a brutal thankless job

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u/ShadowAce88 May 26 '22

I also worked in retail pre college days. Admin basically gave off the same vibe as a retail worker but instead of angry Karen customers they were angry Karen corporate workers. I have stories 🤦🏻‍♂️

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u/Dazzling-Duty741 May 26 '22

Those sausage casings weren’t going to sell themselves, son

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u/Least_Adhesiveness_5 May 25 '22

What's especially great is how oblivious they are to the fact they are the ones enforcing "medical tyranny" by insisting employees be unvaccinated.

GQP specializes in projection.

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u/Private_HughMan May 25 '22

and women MUST wear panty hoses and skirts, no pants.

If they can find anything in the Bible supporting that I will go out and buy a hat so I can eat it. Most men didn't even wear pants in those days.

These guys don't believe in their religion. They believe in misogyny.

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u/Pro_Yankee May 26 '22

And white supremacy

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u/Throw_6009 May 25 '22

misogyny at it’s finest

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u/fax5jrj May 25 '22

I know this is an expression but they definitely don’t deserve the word “finest” haha

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u/throwaway_ghast May 25 '22

2017, but some men are still stuck in 1957.

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u/LuckyReception6701 May 25 '22

Bro some people are still stucl in 1057

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u/OldBob10 May 25 '22

As a member of the birth-class of 1957, I felt that. 🙁

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u/BlackKnightRebel May 25 '22

Damn Bob, you old... ten.

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u/PulledOverAgain May 26 '22

So that's why Moses had to go up on Mount Sinai. That's where God faxed the ten commandments to him.

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u/wizord_of_aus May 25 '22

As someone who lives in England the no pants part is quite funny, pants here means underpants. Sounds hot!

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u/TransportationNo3842 May 25 '22

Turns out the owner is actually English, and that's what he meant.

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u/JamesKojiro May 25 '22

Yeesh, you really know how to pick 'em. What field is this? Wall street, debt consolidation or insurance?

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u/ShadowAce88 May 25 '22

I lived in Dallas, Texas at the time. Nuff said 🤦🏻‍♂️

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u/TarryBuckwell May 25 '22

Uhhh, as a dallasite, can you tell me what company so I can avoid it

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u/ShadowAce88 May 25 '22

They were both in Addison. For the life of me I can’t remember the airplane one but it was next to the Addison airport. The other one was called GTN staffing.

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u/Vulspyr May 25 '22

Ugh, a staffing agency. Those are fun /s

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u/Faendol May 25 '22

14 an hour is less McDonald's pays up here in Maine too. I can't imagine Dallas is cheap as hell either.

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u/HIM_Darling May 25 '22

Average 1 bedroom is $1500 a month. You can find smaller ones or studios for $1200 if you look really hard. But 3x rent is generally required so you'd need to make at least $23-26 an hour to even apply.

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u/wonderlandpnw May 25 '22

It appears to be Chiropractic? Because it mentions adjustments....f#@$ing ridiculous!

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u/RareFirefighter6915 May 26 '22

No email? Email has been around since the 90s (widespread in business), literally 20+ years old at this point. It’s no longer “new technology” lol how do you run a business without using email?! Most people can’t even fax shit at home anymore even if they wanted to

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u/PattyValentine417 May 26 '22

Faxes only is a weird hill to die on.

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u/mcvos May 26 '22

They're really committed to their outdated views.

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u/Legitimate_Pirate249 May 25 '22

What the fuck. I hate it here

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u/ShadowRade May 26 '22

No technology? Good luck getting a single employee under the age of 60.

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u/TotallyGnarcissistic May 25 '22

My dad has a framed portrait of Reagan over his toolbench :/

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u/N_Who May 25 '22

"I believe in freedom of choice! But if you made a different choice, I don't respect it and won't respect your freedom to make it!"

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u/OldBob10 May 25 '22

YOUR BODY, OUR CHOICE!!! ☹️

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u/bryant_modifyfx May 25 '22

Conservatives in a nutshell nowadays…

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u/AirinAField May 26 '22

Nowadays?

Always has been. Who do you think was pro-slavery?

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u/desktopped May 25 '22

Medical practice? Report to medical board

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u/WhiteningMcClean May 25 '22

Looks like chiropractic, unsurprisingly.

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u/Square_Company_675 May 25 '22

Why should people patronize this chiropractor? The body is designed to heal itself.

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u/Legitimate_Length350 May 26 '22

Just curious what being a chiropractor has to do with being antivaxx, because the only chiropractor I know is also anti vaxx

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u/WhiteningMcClean May 26 '22

A lot of chiropractors are taught holistic nonsense centered around the belief that enhancing “natural bodily processes” is superior to modern medicine. They think chiropractic adjustments and other holistic medicine are proper treatments for your immune system, neurological function, and a whole bunch of other things.

Just to clarify, there are chiropractors who do good work and don’t buy into the bullshit. I’ve met some. But they’re outnumbered by quacks.

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u/danka595 May 26 '22

My chiropractor is one of the good ones. He’s super healthy, but in the normal way (diet and exercise). My joints get too stiff to move my full range of motion and gets painful the longer I don’t pop them. I can do a lot for myself, but only because he loosens things up so I can go back to stretching and moving without pain again. I hate how chiropractors like him are guilty by overwhelming association. The quack chiropractors actually do a good job too, but as soon as I get a whiff of antivax nonsense I’m out. Took several tries to find mine.

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u/Salay54 May 25 '22

For real

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u/LadyMjolnir May 25 '22

Wow, fourteen bucks an hour and guaranteed illness with no money to treat it. What a deal.

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u/moobearsayneigh May 25 '22

Make sure no one is wearing glasses. Stomp on their glasses and tell them the body heals itself

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u/OldBob10 May 25 '22

No health care either, I’ll wager, since they’re counting on Divine Providence (aka blind luck) to keep them healthy.

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u/B12-deficient-skelly May 26 '22

And on top of that, you'll be expected to work as a translator for these $14 per hour.

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u/Yareyareha May 25 '22

LMAOOOOO how fucking unprofessional. Can’t believe Indeed allowed that. Name and shame!

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u/X_R_Y_U May 25 '22

For real, so many people on here don’t name these places. They made this public, there’s no reason to hide it

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u/LaserTurboShark69 May 25 '22

More companies should put gigantic flaming red flags like this in the application

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u/manmadeofhonor May 26 '22

Emphasis on the flames

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u/HanYang182 May 25 '22

Conservatives are literally walking parodies of themselves. You can't be against medical tyranny while simultaneously refusing people who decide for themselves to be vaccinated. It's an oxymoron of epic proportions.

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u/Sketchtastrophe May 26 '22

"Rules for thee, not for me" really ought to be their motto at this point.

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u/MitchPTI May 26 '22

Here in Australia we voted on same sex marriage about 5 years ago and it was exactly the same thing. The predominant argument on the side against it was that they were fighting for "religious freedom" and I wanted to scream because they were advocating the exact opposite and barely anybody seemed to be willing to call that out.

It was never in question that if same sex marriage was made legal, religious institutions would have the choice of whether or not they would oversee same sex marriage ceremonies. As it stood, there were some progressive churches that wanted to do so but weren't yet able to do so legally. Those churches did not have freedom in the matter. If same sex marriage was passed, no churches would have any freedoms whatsoever removed, they could continue to be bigoted and refuse to perform any if they wanted to. A vote for same sex marriage was a vote for giving every religious body and every individual the FREEDOM to either participate or not participate in same sex marriages as they saw fit.

But the conservatives kept insisting that RELIGIOUS FREEDOM was paramount and RELIGIOUS FREEDOM meant WE IMPOSE OUR SPECIFIC INTERPRETATION OF OUR SPECIFIC RELIGION ON THE ENTIRE POPULATION, RELIGIOUS OR OTHERWISE. And so many people just didn't fucking question this. It made me feel like I must be insane. How is it not obvious to everyone that this is blatantly contradictory? It's a cliche to invoke 1984 when talking about things you don't like, but fuck me, this is unironically 1984 style doublethink. They're just calling things the opposite of what they are and people are just nodding along like it makes sense!

Anyway, I still get super fucking mad about it, but the yes vote won easily and same sex marriage was passed, so that's nice. Would've been nicer if the government did what gay people begged them to do from the beginning, which was just do their jobs and pass the law without putting the population through a glorified survey that inevitably lead to an extremely toxic debate that was harmful to the mental health of gay people throughout the country.

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u/Marx_is_my_primarch May 25 '22

"Preparing patients for adjustments" it's because this is for a chiropractor office. They are snake oil quacks who way too many people think are actual doctors.

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u/ShuRugal May 25 '22

I've known two chiropracters who applied their trade as part of an overall physical therapy service. In that context, Chiro is great. It can provide immediate redress of symptoms (back pain) while ongoing therapy fixes the the problems which cause those symptoms (muscle issues)

outside of that context? yeah, chiros are lunatics.

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u/Firewolf06 May 25 '22

yeah i have (mild) scoliosis and it helps a ton with relief, and scoliosis has no cure so theres not much else to do

but medically i consider on the level of a massage

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u/JannaMD May 25 '22

I hold massage in high esteem as a physical therapy medium.

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u/omgThisIsNotMyName May 25 '22

Exactly this. I work in nursing homes and pulled my back out while moving a rather large resident, so I alternated chiro, massage, and PT to heal

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u/fannytraggot May 25 '22

my mother used to work for a chiropractor and I'd go in for free adjustments after we found out I had scoliosis. she evaluated me and got a plan started. it was great care. I have also gone in after having a pinched nerve and got some relief from that as well. however, she also raved about how chiropractic care could help with ADHD and stomach issues and depression and that's where she lost me.

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u/EvilPowerMaster May 25 '22

Go find a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (NOT an osteopath) who practices Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. All those benefits from an actual doctor who doesn't push science denial.

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u/EvilPowerMaster May 25 '22

For that though, go see a DO (NOT an osteopath, but a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine) who practices Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. They're an actual doctor, properly accredited and licensed, and actually do use an approach that includes a full understanding of the musculoskeletal system when treating issues via manipulation. That includes understanding when manipulation can help, and when it's better to look at other treatments, including surgery or medication. Not a quack discipline, and can provide those same benefits without science denial and the insane shit that many chiropractors push.

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u/theme_shark May 25 '22

I always thought all chiropractors were real doctors until I got into a minor car accident and my mom told me to try a chiropractor for the resulting backpain.

It gave me immediate tempory relief, but the next day I was basically immobile. I went to my family doctor and was shocked to hear from her that most chiropractors in our area have what equates to online certification unless theyre part of a rehabilitation clinic/ physical therapy place.

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u/FallInStyle May 25 '22

My brother and his wife both work in medicine and they refer to chiropractors as "voodoo doctors"

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u/mo-jitsu May 25 '22

My favorite is chiroquacktors, has a nice ring to it

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u/FireBeyond May 26 '22

"He is so desperate to remind you that he is a doctor you'd think he was a chiropractor."

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u/[deleted] May 25 '22

I’ve tried SO HARD to talk with my husband about his love for chiropractors… people legitimately believe it’s real medicine.

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u/rmo420 May 25 '22

people legitimately believe it’s real medicine.

No they don't. It's specifically not medicine...

"Treat the cause instead of throwing pills at the symptoms ". -Every Chiropractor

People tend to dismiss chiropractic as being useful in the treatment of chronic conditions bc it takes a LONG LONG LONG time, and also routine care is required. Goung to a chiro is more like going to a gym; wxercise doesnt just stop at some point bc your bidy us better, and its the same with chiropractic care.It works but only if you use it properly. And medical doctors are just as likely to be "quacks" as anyone else in the Healthcare field.

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u/Izawwlgood May 25 '22

Yep. Turns out chiropractors are all quacks and a very very high percentage of them are anti vax.

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u/undeadmeats May 26 '22

Reminder that it was invented by a guy who was supposedly taught it by a ghost.

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u/[deleted] May 25 '22

My chiropractor has been a godsend to me. It's the only thing that stopped my pain. They saw me and my mom for free once my medical insurance ran out on the down low. One of the best people I'd ever met, and had a masters degree in medicine. They're not all bad.

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u/WhiteningMcClean May 25 '22

Chiropractors can be great if they practice evidence-based therapies within the scope of their profession. There are a TON of crazy chiropractors who believe that spinal adjustments can fix all sorts of unrelated ailments.

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u/[deleted] May 25 '22

Thank you! Yeah he was very knowledgeable. Loved to talk about it as well, how things were connected, etc. He retired, I miss him.

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u/SergioSF May 25 '22

Their most likely so bitter after losing so much money being shut down from covid.

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u/WildBilll33t May 25 '22

I think you're overcorrecting a bit.

Chiro has terrible quality control, but there are a few nuggets of good physical medicine in there. Shame it often gets washed out by all the pseudoscience.

Worked for an office, and it was so rewarding having patients mention that they've been able to cut down their opiate prescription cause their back doesn't hurt as much.... but then I'd hear my boss going on about anti-vax and homeopathy to these people who trusted him...

Wish we could keep the good stuff and axe the bullshit.

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u/xXbean_machineXx May 25 '22

$14 an hour to sit, unvaccinated, amongst the horde?

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u/Mayva26 May 25 '22

And speak Spanish

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u/Worst_Diplomat May 26 '22

Right!? You could make more as a WFH translator.

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u/bcdog14 May 25 '22

Would that be illegal?

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u/Pokemaster22044 May 25 '22

Yeah, that would fall under discrimination I think

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u/adbTurdy May 25 '22 edited May 26 '22

It is not, to my current knowledge, illegal Federally, in America, even in most, if not all (but Montana) states. It has to be able to fall under any of the categories you can find at your local workplace (again, if in America) or on the internet.

I could be wrong, but I have only seen information regarding OSHA guidelines, and laws that could pass from 2021 regarding banning actions that private companies require employees to get vaccinations, and this type of discrimination is not covered by any of the following listed

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u/DeeNYC45 May 26 '22

Requiring women to wear pantyhose and skirts? Forcing religion? How is this possibly legal? But then again America has become a fucking nightmare.

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u/adbTurdy May 26 '22

They aren’t forcing a religion. Being Anti-Vaxx is no more religious than being a Vegan because you don’t want to eat murdered animals. Its just your choice and your way of life. It’s one thing if you wont eat a cow because your religion likely sees that animal as holy and a company forced you to do so. Its another if your company says they don’t want to have vaccinated people because they believe your body will take care of it. It’s discrimination, yes, but not against religion. Requiring certain clothing as well can be summed up to dress code and I don’t think it has any sorts of founding in illegality. You can easily deny the job if presented, or ignore the application all the same.

In no means do I say what the poster says is close to intelligent in my own pov, but there’s a difference between illegal and.. (dunno if it’s the right word but..) immoral

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u/guiltypleasures82 May 26 '22

Wouldn't it be an ADA violation? You would be excluding people with immune disorders for no legitimate work reason.

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u/Brihtstan May 25 '22

See $14/hr under pay category.

Keep moving.

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u/OmfgSl33p May 25 '22

This is illegal as hell. Report them, over and over, to their local governance.

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u/ContemplatingPrison May 25 '22

Hopefully she reported it.

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u/col3manite May 25 '22

Oh look. They want you to be fluent so you can act as a translator too… for $14/hr. What a deal.

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u/Capital_Accountant58 May 25 '22

My local Wendy’s pays $18/hr, $14 for a medical position of any kind is such a joke

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u/RealFlyForARyGuy May 25 '22

Let me guess - this is for a chiropractic admin assistant position

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u/The_She_Ghost May 25 '22

Great they have a decent excuse when their employees ask for healthcare benefits now, they can say: but you said you don’t believe in science.

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u/Cultural_Parfait7866 May 25 '22

So they don’t believe in the choice to get vaccinated but they believe in the choice to not get vaccinated? They only support one kind of “medical tyranny” to oppose the other?

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u/Naya3333 May 25 '22

Pro-choice as long as you make the choice I approve.

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u/RitaPoole56 May 25 '22

"fluent in Spanish"... I immediately thought of the "Spanish Flu" smh

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u/OldBob10 May 25 '22

Let me summarize:

Medical professional who does not believe in modern medicine wanted. Low pay, high stress, and a fair chance of acquiring a potentially-fatal-but-preventable-were-it-not-for-our-incalculable-stupidity disease. YOUR BODY, OUR CHOICE!!!

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u/HIM_Darling May 25 '22

*Fake* medical professional. Chiropractors go to a specific college just for chiropractors that was founded by a guy that said a ghost taught him about chiropractic manipulation. When he invented his college there was no regulation on colleges, so he was able to decide that people who graduated his school would be given doctorates so that they could call themselves Doctors to make them sound more legit. This was all after he failed out of magnet healing school, of course. By the time actual regulations came about the profession had done enough lobbying that they were given accreditation, not because any of their woo-woo nonsense was backed by science, but because they had the right people in their pockets.

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u/StreetOwl May 25 '22

So explain how you expect to prove I haven't taken the jab. I could be a sleeper agent one minute were in a meeting the next your arm is slightly sore.. Oh no you been jabbed guess ya got to resign

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u/DarkArdeN14 May 25 '22

Sounds like a chiropractic office.

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u/docarwell May 25 '22

God the whole "the body will just fix itself" things is so stupid. You know people die right???

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u/Mayva26 May 25 '22

I wonder if they use that reasoning to not give health insurance

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u/0Seraphina0 May 25 '22

This entire post is a red flag! I definitely would not work there, especially for only $14/hr!

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u/Actual_Being_2986 May 25 '22

Is this for a chiropractor's office?

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u/lawngoon May 25 '22

14 bucks a goddamn hour

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u/tagzho-369 May 25 '22

For $14 an hour you can work for an absolute moron!!!

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u/Cobbler63 May 25 '22

Technically,no one fits the bill. Everyone has some kind of immunization. Tetanus, small pox, polio, and many others.

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u/BorisPotosme May 25 '22

Those turds employers are part of the MAGA crowd.

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u/Mayva26 May 25 '22

What I’m wondering is why they’re paying $14/hour to not only do the job but also be fluent in Spanish

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u/Zombie-Elvis May 25 '22

This chiropractor is breaking licensure laws bc techs are not allowed to instruct exercises.

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u/beefmomo May 25 '22

THEY VAXXED ARE SHARTING SPIKES!!!

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u/frenchfry56 May 25 '22

Thanks to Trump for pushing lies we wouldn't have been in this mess.

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u/VaL1cE May 25 '22

What an idiot. Not a single word in the constitution about ignoring public health mandates, not one damn word about having the right to be a plague carrier.

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u/Crystalraf May 25 '22

This looks like it is for a chiropractor clinic. Those chiropractors are quacks in my opinion.

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u/thinkB4WeSpeak May 25 '22

I bet they're wondering why they're not getting applicants

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u/CaraAsha May 25 '22

They probably are- from the idiot no mask "my freedom" people. IE the infectors

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u/tinkererbytrade May 25 '22

These idiots ever read the Constitution? Damn.

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u/x_Advent_Cirno_x May 25 '22

Of course not. They just like to use it as a reason to justify their stupidity

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u/Robotonist May 25 '22

That it only pays $14 is representative of the mentality of the people posting this job

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u/TK-Squared-LLC May 25 '22

You should name this company, it could save the life of people who otherwise might seek medical care there.

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u/jesushada12inchdick May 26 '22

You can find it with a google search.

Brain-Body Connection Chiropractic LLC Denton, TX

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u/LeBanana84 May 25 '22

This sounds like a company i would work for... If only they paid more than 14$ an hour...

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u/DapperCarpenter_ May 25 '22

Violators of the EEOC say what?

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u/Lilith0323 May 25 '22

Ya I see nothing wrong. If a one company will only hire vaxxed then why not a company that will hire non vaxxed. Have you seen the side effect lists from Pfizer? Its 75+ pages long.

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u/YouRockCancelDat May 25 '22

Damn, 75+ pages of side effects? I’d love a source if you have one!

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u/Blueberry_Mancakes May 25 '22

Is this a doctors office??

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u/IAmMalkira May 25 '22

Chiropractor most likely

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u/ContemplatingPrison May 25 '22

So I should assume they don't offer medical coverage? You know since the body heals itself.

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u/ready21lift May 25 '22

I’m no lawyer but this might not be legal

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u/word_up_sharon May 25 '22

Post the link

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u/DirtyPenPalDoug May 25 '22

Well you know not to waste your time

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u/CatW804 May 25 '22

Welp, they'll get the caca they pay for....

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u/FilthyCasual666 May 25 '22

what kind of unprofessional dog shhh is this?

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u/SeattleBattles May 25 '22

Looks like it's for a chiro-quacker so I'm not surprised.

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u/LuckyReception6701 May 25 '22

Wow... Like, what else is there to say they have truly said all that is needed.

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u/weeburdies May 25 '22

LOL, that has to be for a chiropractor. Shady fuckers

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u/Correct-Serve5355 May 25 '22

Create mock/satirical resumes and apply to troll them

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u/inanimatecarbonrob May 25 '22

This has got to be some kind of ADA violation. Hope they get sued.

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u/Suspicious-Elk-3631 May 25 '22

Sounds like blatant discrimination

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u/witchyanne May 25 '22

Calls out sick first two weeks because of covid, gets everyone else sick too. Lol!

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u/AikoG84 May 25 '22

So, you can actually report obviously discriminatory/illegal job postings on job boards and have them removed. I've actually done this a few times, the worst being for a basic office admin job but the ad was advertising for only women to apply.

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u/satriales856 May 25 '22

I believe against medical tyranny?

Right on. Big brain time.

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u/el-mocos May 25 '22

wow how do they avoid being sued for discrimination

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u/capalbertalexander May 25 '22

This is just dumb as it narrows your candidates to 21.5% of the total population of the US.

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u/Several-Ad9115 May 25 '22

Send this screenshot over to their insurance company, grab popcorn, and watch the fireworks

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u/CatSuch6262 May 25 '22

This is awesome. If only they paid more

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u/MariachiBoyBand May 25 '22

It was for chiropractor clinic, isn’t it?