Chiropractor Arrested For Throwing Urine On Code Enforcement Officer

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(Photo: WTSP) SHARE 45 CONNECT 6 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Sarasota, Florida — The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office arrested a local chiropractor for allegedly throwing urine on a code enforcement officer. Authorities say Craig Siegel owns a Siesta Key rental property that has been the subject of an ongoing rental scam investigation. Siegel reportedly modified the building in 2013, but did so without the proper permits, causing Sarasota County Code Enforcement to order him to dismantle the new construction. The home has just five bedrooms, but Siegel is allegedly still advertising it as a 12-bedroom property. Detectives discovered 19 victims nationwide who paid Siegel more than $53,000 to rent the 12-bedroom home and asked for refunds after learning the property was not what he portrayed. They were either forced to stay at the property without adequate accommodations, or they sacrificed the money they spent and had to pay to stay elsewhere. Siegel reportedly told the victims to sue him, claiming he did not have money to return. However, detectives obtained financial records showing Siegel paid $172,500 to a Fidelity Investment Plan last year. When a code inspector with whom Siegel has had frequent dealings arrived at Siegel’s Sandy Cove Avenue home on official county business on Monday, Siegel allegedly threw a bucket of urine on the man. Siegel is charged with Criminal Mischief and Battery on a Code Inspector in connection with this morning’s incident.
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New chiropractor specializes in Active Release Technique – Business – The Rolla Daily News – Rolla, MO – Rolla, MO


(AP) The former owner of a Kansas City chiropractic clinic has admitted fraudulently billing Medicare for nearly $3 million worth of nerve-blocking injections. The U.S. Attorney’s office says 59-year-old chiropractor Michael Kelly Miller pleaded guilty Tuesday in Kansas City to one count of health care fraud. Prosecutors said Miller now lives in Temple Terrace, Fla., and operates a clinic there. Miller admitted billing Medicare for the injections between February 2009 and December 2011 and receiving nearly $880,000 in reimbursements. The injections were intended to treat the pain of neuropathy, even though Medicare had no guidelines at the time on whether the therapy was medically appropriate. Miller’s plea agreement calls for restitution of at least the $880,000 he received from Medicare, plus 15 to 21 months in federal prison. Urban Putt’s 14-hole course, restaurant & 2 bars open Monday in the Mission. Take a tour! Olga Soboleva/Vanguard Propertie
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Chiropractor pleads guilty to Medicare fraud – SFGate

29, 2014 @ 10:00 am Social News A new chiropractor, who moved to the area from Colorado, will be opening an office in Benton Square next month. Jeff C. Stripling, D.C., is now accepting patients for his new practice called Missouri Spine and Sport, which will be located on the salon level of Benton Square, 400 E. Sixth St., Rolla. Stripling said a grand opening is planned for Monday, May 5, the first day he will see patients. Stripling earned his doctor of chiropractic (D.C.) degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Quad Cities, Iowa. He operated a clinic in Denver, Colo., for three years but decided to move to Rolla to be closer to family and practice in a small town. Stripling said his clinic here will chiropractors north york specialize in Active Release Techniques (ART) that focuses on getting patients out of pain and having them stay out of pain. Along with north york chiropractic chiropractic care and soft tissue work with ART, Stripling said he will provide individualized exercises to make sure pain does not return. He said the soft tissue therapy techniques will hold adjustments longer. While the clinic will be called Missouri Spine and Sport, Stripling said his patients dont have to be athletes, but that he can offer pain relief for the athletes in each of us. In his practice in Denver, Striping said a lot of his clients were athletes. The clinic staff will include himself and Keri Bornschlegel, office manager. Hours will be from 8 a.m.
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