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Houston Spa Worker Accused of Practicing Medicine Without License

Wednesday, April 19, 2017   (1 Comments)
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In Houston, TX a cosmetologist has been charged with practicing medicine without a license. The Harris County District Attorney said the worker gave buttock injections that led to complications for at least two patients. 

"It's a very dangerous thing to do, operating medicine without a license and ... we don't know what she was injecting into their buttock," said Harris County Assistant District Attorney Nathan Moss.

ABC13 spoke with one of women, who said she became very sick after she gave her injections. The woman, who wanted to go by Jennifer to protect her identity, said she had a serious infection after receiving the procedures.

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Juane Chapman says...
Posted Monday, April 24, 2017
QUESTION #1, was the technician ,overseen by a M.D. or D.O.? Question #2, if she or he had medical supervision standard treatment protocols for treatment and appropriate training, certification , age and disposition. Is it within the scope per the medical director that the tech provide the injection under Texas law and or "Allied Healthcare technician?" Some states do allow ANY employee "with proper training, experience, and authorization by the Medical Director to perform txs.

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