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Acupuncture lawsuits rare but expert witnesses may help

Although acupuncture malpractice may be rare, experts can be deployed to help mitigate liability (for defendants) or make the liability case (for plaintiffs).

One such expert is Anthony Von der Muhll, L.Ac., DNBAO.

Anthony writes:

 

Anthony Von der Muhll, L.Ac., DNBAO, has served as an expert witness in civil litigation, and for the California Department of Consumer Affairs' Acupuncture Board in disciplinary cases. He is available for written opinions, depositions and testimony in civil litigation. Contact us for more information.


In addition to nine years of clinical practice, his expert witness credentials include his professorship at the Five Branches University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, where he has served as an Associate Professor and Clinic Instructor at all levels of training, including Clinic Safety and Orientation and Professional Ethics. He has co-taught Continuing Education classes for the California Acupuncture Board in “Recognition and Management of Serious Medical Conditions for Acupuncturists in Primary Care.” 

Experts can sway the jury one way or another in a malpractice case, so it's good to be able locate one specific to the case (medicine, chiropractic, acupuncture, etc.).

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