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Final Order Rendered in TAAOM v TBCE
Thursday, February 12, 2015 10:48 PM

The 419th District Court on February 4, 2015, rendered it's final order in the lawsuit filed by the Texas Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (TAAOM).  In January the TAAOM filed for a Summary Judgement.  The court DENIED TAAOMs motion.  Also in January the TBCE also filed a traditional motion for summary judgement.  The court granted the TBCE's motion "in all respects except as to attorney's fees."

Legalities in Establishing a Multi-Disciplinary Practice
Written by Editor   
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 12:41 PM

Q: How can you add another provider type to your practice to provide additional services to patients and legally bill for those services under their license?

A: Multi-disciplinary practices are under scrutiny at the moment by CMS and State Boards. Prior to making commitments to adding other disciplines, practices are encouraged to obtain and review their state Medical Practice act and also their state Chiropractic Practice Act. This will help to create plans in determining what must/can/should/cannot be accomplished.

TMA'S Top Ten List
Written by Editor   
Saturday, October 04, 2014 05:43 PM

Says the Texas Medical Association:  

The fields of engagement — the Texas Legislature, U.S. Congress, courts, state and federal bureaucracies — are many. The issues are all-encompassing. But TMA’s approach is clear. “Our government must make it easier — not more difficult — for us to care for our patients,” Dr. King continues in his welcome message.

Here’s our Top 10 List:

Welcome to Legal News
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 12:05 PM

Welcome to our new news and information structure.  Here we will post news pertaining to lawsuits and legal decisions. 

It will take us a few days to populate this particular news section with news.  In the mean time be sure to check our Communications Archives for news from March 2014, and before.

Response to TAAOM v TBCE, Part III
Written by Franz Klein, DC   
Tuesday, April 08, 2014 05:15 PM

Please allow my presentation of this third response to my previous two responses submitted concerning the TAAOM lawsuit filed against the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners. I humbly submit the following additional facts and again my personal questions (Which remain unchanged).


Following are excerpts from the Federal Trade Commission in (The entire document is also attached):

In the Matter of


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