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Board’s imposition of harsher discipline than ALJ recommended was justified for chiropractor who taped mother’s abdomen and manipulated fetuses

The Court of Appeals of Kansas, in a June 11 decision, reinstated a decision by the state's Board of Healing Arts to revoke the license of a chiropractor who had pushed fetuses around her pregnant patients' abdomens, possibly causing one of the babies to be stillborn. In doing so, it rejected a lower court's re-evaluation of the evidence in the case.

The licensee in the case, chiropractor Kezia Shine, owned a clinic in Kansas that specialized in treating pregnant women. In 2015, the . . .

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