SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) A family member has been talking to me about this amazing chiropractor for the last couple years, and most of what I've been hearing has sounded very fishy. This past break while I was home visiting, I went in to watch a treatment. The chiropractor uses a "Toftness radiation detector" to supposedly detect variations in the patient's magnetic field. Then the chiropractor waves his hands over their body in a certain manner to correct this. He sometimes uses "cold laser" therapy on especially problematic areas. His entire practice is based around this, and he does no manual manipulation. He has a certificate on his wall from some craniology program, and this relative has told me he sometimes feels her head and has pressed around inside her mouth a few times. This obviously sounds like fraud. I've read the Toftness device he uses was banned by the FDA, and nothing he does sounds remotely like chiropractics, despite him billing insurance for such. I feel he should be reported, but I'm a little afraid of blowback from relatives and the community. The state doesn't allow anonymous reporting, and a copy of the report would be sent to the chiropractor and most of the investigation made open to the public eventually. Do physicians have a legal obligation to report this? Any suggestions on how to handle this?