New York ‘Manipulative Therapy’ Specialist at the Center of the Journal’s Investigation Into Medicare Fraud


How does a physician pocket $2 million in Medicare claims in one year and become one of the best-paid family-medicine physicians in the Medicare system? By ordering sophisticated tests like polysomnography sleep analyses and nerve conduction probes that federal authorities have identified as ripe for abuse. How does a doctor of osteopathy with a certificate in family practice and “manipulative therapy” even know about such tests? “I read a lot of literature.” [WSJ]