The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Science Based Medicine
A year ago, I wrote about Nicholas LeRoy, a chiropractor who calls himself a gynecologist and uses a potentially dangerous escharotic compound to treat cervical dysplasia (and also offers a lot of other questionable treatments and misinformation). I was not aware at the time that he had lost his license.
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation has taken disciplinary action against LeRoy three times:
In 2008, he was reprimanded and fined for violations of the medical practice act In 2010, he was reprimanded and fined for placing advertising without indicating that he was a chiropractor On Feb 24, 2016, his license was permanently revoked for conviction of armed robbery
Here is a screenshot listing those disciplinary actions.
The revocation is also reported here.
LeRoy maintains an active website with a tab topost was originally published on this site