Dr. David A. Warkentin

He lies to your face and he doesn’t hesitate in doing so.

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Published: 25 June 2019

Posted by: Cali

I used to visit the clinic of Dr. David Warkentin. He is a chiropractor and he seems like a great person at first. But he is a scammer. He is a really selfish and depraved human being. He manipulates his patients. I was a regular patient of Dr. David. I used to visit his clinic to get relief from my migraines and to get health-related advice. He was like my go-to guy for all things related to health. I didn’t know he’d be so much selfish and ignorant. I was discussing my health with him when he pointed out that I might have hypertension. I told him yes because I really had the problem of high blood pressure. He said that he can treat that without any problem. I was glad to find that out because my high blood pressure was a major complication for me. Finding out that he was going to treat one of my biggest complications was a great find for me. I was really happy at the time. I didn’t know he was lying, by the way. I thought he was telling me the truth. If I had known that he was lying, I wouldn’t have trusted him with my treatment. He didn’t need to lie to me too. I was already getting treated for my migraines and I was happy with his service. But he still did, which made me realize how greedy that guy really is. My visits to his clinic increased and so did my bills. He was charging me higher for the so-called ‘adjustments’ for hypertension. They were nothing more than some messages. For a while, I thought I was getting better. This fiasco went on for 4 months. I used to visit the guy’s place for getting treated for hypertension and he was taking the money for it gladly. Then, one day, I had to go to a physician for a regular checkup. There, I found out that my blood pressure hadn’t improved at all. When I told this fact to Dr. David, he told me that his treatment takes some time. But I was doubtful. Even if his treatment was slow, it should’ve shown some improvement but it didn’t. The guy told me that my physician’s machine must’ve broke and I must get a second opinion for it. Foolishly, I did what he told me and got a second opinion. The result was similar. It was clear to me that Dr. David was scamming me. When I told him about the results, he told me that his treatments take around 12-15 months to show some results and that I should be patient. He hadn’t said anything about 12 months or anything like that in the beginning. He was just scamming me. I did some online research and I found out that there isn’t any treatment for hypertension which a chiropractor can give. This guy is a cheat and you should stay away from him.

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