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    Osteopathic "oops"

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    STRONG MEDICINE: Randall J. Smith, 50, an osteopath in Oregon City, Ore.,
    admits he told a 47-year-old patient that he could heal her pelvic pain
    with special massages, which progressed from there. "He told her that
    his medical treatment involved having sex with him," said Oregon senior
    assistant attorney general Rodney Hopkinson. "We had a good case that
    the sex occurred many times" over a period of over a year. Since the
    "treatments" were consensual, prosecutors could not charge Smith with a
    sex crime; instead, they charged him with billing fraud, since he
    charged the Oregon Health Plan for the sex sessions. Per his plea
    agreement, Smith must serve 60 days in jail and 18 months of probation,
    pay $1100 in fines, and perform 200 hours of community service. He also
    lost his medical license. (Portland Oregonian) ...Sadly, he was the
    only doctor left in town willing to make housecalls.
    Yikes!
    Saba University School of Medicine, Class of 2009
    Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

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    Another suit

    She should be prosecuted for being a moron. Just a thought. G
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    Putting that OMM to work, I see!

    Aloha,

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    I doubt if it worked

    This is a joke for a year, hmm what about the pain.

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    My thought

    My first thought was "I wonder if Oregon's Dept. of Authorization authorized this guy's degree?"
    Saba University School of Medicine, Class of 2009
    Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

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    pain

    I think he knew what he was doing, he probably knew it will work (not for the pain)

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