Our Skilled Medical License Defense Attorney Provides Sound Counsel for Alternative Medicine Professionals Nationwide
Licensed medical professionals and alternative medicine providers who engage in health care methods of diagnosis, treatment or interventions that are not acknowledged, or do not fall within, the realm of conventional medicine must also abide by guidelines established by regulatory agencies. The Tew Law Firm provides legal representation for all complementary and alternative medicine branches, including:
Whole medical systems, including naturopathy, homeopathy, Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine
Biology-based practices, including those that use herbs, foods, vitamins, and other natural substances
If you are an alternative medicine provider in the United States and need assistance with a legal matter, contact The Tew Law Firm to speak with a practiced medical license defense attorney. We are located in Texas, but serve professionals throughout the country. Call today to schedule a FREE consultation!
Types of Alternative Medicine Violations
Administrative agencies and medical boards establish guidelines that they use to determine whether an alternative medicine provider’s conduct can be considered a violation. These regulations can also apply to conventional medical professionals who used such methods in the course of providing health care. Medical boards will consider:
Period review of treatment
Adequate medical records
Violations of medical board rules can result in administrative action that can pose consequences to your professional career and personal well-being. Cases of criminal allegations, complaints and unprofessional conduct also require strong, experienced and knowledgeable legal representation.
Discuss Your Case Today
No matter the nature of your case, the Tew Law Firm is prepared to evaluate your situation in order to determine the significance and expected consequences of the violation or action you face. It is important that you bring your case to the attention of the firm as soon as possible after you are notified of any pending investigation, hearing or formal action. If you would like to discuss the particularities of your case, fill out a free case evaluation form or contact our firm today.