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Prison Sentence Handed Down in Scheme to Claiming to Reduce Falls: A chiropractor has been sentenced to approximately four years in prison and is to repay over $2.2 million for a scheme in which is sold orthotic boots to nursing home residents as a part of a so-called “Fall Prevention Program”. The Missouri man claimed that the boots would reduce falls by 20%, but the heavy boots were often found to be a cause of falls and ulcers in residents’ ankles. Each of the 600 pairs of boots sold over a five-year period cost Medicare between $2,400 and $2,600. For more information, visit

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