TBCE Disciplinary Actions: Dec. 2017
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Monday, February 26, 2018 07:14 AM

The Dec. 2017 issue of the TBCE’s Texas Chiropractic Board Report reports the following disciplinary actions:

  • A revocation of a chiropractic license for criminal conviction.  Another revocation for sexual misconduct.
  • One surrendered license for failing to report a criminal conviction. Another out-of-state licensee surrendered the Texas license.
  • One suspension for fraud.
  • One to pay $2000 and undergo an audit for billing for services not rendered.
  • Another to pay $1250 for out-of-scope advertising and expired license, with removal of all out-of-scope advertisements required.
  • A $1000 fine was levied for failure to comply with Board Order and failure to respond to board inquiries. Another $1000 fine and the requirement to pass jurisprudence exam for failure to furnish records and failure to respond.  A third $1000 fine and the requirement to take a CE billing course for submitting incorrect billing codes in patient billing was ordered.
  • A $500 fine for advertising outside scope of practice was ordered, a $250 fine for failure to notify of address change, and a $250 fine with a cease and desist order was issued for an unregistered facility and failure to respond.
  • One licensee was ordered to pass the jurisprudence exam for unsanitary conditions, another for failure to furnish records and failure to respond.
  • Two licensee were ordered to take x-ray quality and safety CE for lack of due diligence, a third also for failure to respond.
  • One cease and desist order for practicing without a license was issued.