ILLINOIS — a chiropractor who has run many health centers in northern Illinois, has been accused of having paid an insurance company for medically inappropriate or excessive care for Twenty months in a national government jail. STEVEN PAUL, as a certified chiropractor and director of the company, requested x-rays, MRI scans, and neurologic testing tests from chiropractors of the clinics and medical practitioners, irrespective of the requirement.
For the needless care, Paul paid Illinois’s Blue Cross Blue Shield and compensated the company for never given physical rehabilitation services. Paul, 46 years old, a longtime Northbrook convict, had been convicted of a health fraud count. United States District Judge Ronald A. Guzman levied a federal court in Illinois prison term on Tuesday. Court Guzman cited the government’s “extraordinary cooperation” as the reason for the application, by the Court, of what he considered to be Paul’s deception scheme the least jail sentence he might allow
The prosecution was confirmed by John R. Lausch, Jr., U.S. Procurator for the Northern District of Illinois; Jeffrey S. Sallet, Illinois ‘ Special Officer for the Department of Inquiry; and James Vanderberg, Special Officer of the United States State Office of Illinois. Labor Agency, Inspector General Branch. Bradley and a co-accused chiropractor
MATTSON had six chiropractic health care centers in the north suburbs: Hawthorn medical, Woodfield medical and 2 Stratford physical, Algonquin physical, North Shorn physical, and Cumberland clinical. Physical and other therapeutic facilities in the north suburbs of Illinois.
Throughout the prosecution agreement, Paul and Mattson agreed that, without recognizing the actual necessity for the appointments, patients needed to undergo a fixed x-ray and prescription scheduling over a six-month duration… From 1999 to 2008, Paul revealed that he had received $3, 65 million for needless unsafe or non-existent clinical examination procedures and that his hospitals had earned $1, 33 million from the insurance company in dishonest payments.
An undercover FBI investigator visited the Hawthorn clinic for the care of a suspected back strain during the probe. A pierced nerve was treated by Mattson, and he initiated a pre-set recovery schedule that began two weeks’ regular appointments. While the medical practitioner and physical trainer believed that the agent had no pinched nerve but had strained muscle, Mattson made his decision. Mattson, of LakeWood, has been convicted of bribery and sentenced to six and a half years’ incarceration in 2012. The United States representative Renai S. Rodney serves the government
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