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License suspension backed for central Pa. chiropractor accused of aiming ‘misleading’ advertising at Mennonites, Amish

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A Commonwealth Court panel has refused to void a state licensing suspension and $10,000 fine imposed on an Ephrata-based chiropractor accused of placing a misleading advertisement in a newspaper aimed at the Mennonite community.

The ad that got chiropractor Lawrence Charles Bennett in a bind dealt with health benefits he claimed to have been achieving by using Asyra, a “galvanic skin measurement device” that faces considerable skepticism in the mainstream medical community.

Despite Bennett’s claims that he did nothing wrong or misleading, the State Board of Chiropractic hit him with a three-year license suspension in February 2018.

 

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