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A former Emporia chiropractor has had his license suspended for false or fraudulent advertisements.


The Kansas Board of Healing Arts suspended Michael D Riley's license after he allegedly failed to properly identify himself and his profession in ads for his current practice at Renuva Centers in Joplin, Missouri. Riley also made false or misleading statements about his skill level, thus committing possible deception of the public.

The board suspended Riley's license for 90 days and fined him $7,500.

Riley operated Get Back to Health Chiropractic for several years locally before leaving the business in 2011. Board of Healing Arts records show he was fined $250 in 2006 for misleading advertisements about certain procedures. Since moving to Missouri, the Board of Healing Arts has fined Riley for similar activity in 2014 and 2017.

Riley received his degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in 2001.

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