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Chiropractors accused of practicing medicine without a license are fighting back against a cease and desist order from the Colorado Medical Board. Although they are licensed chiropractors, neither Heather nor Brandon Credeur are licensed to practice medicine. The Medical Board, however, found the Credeurs told patients they could assume responsibility for prescribing medications for the treatment of endocrine misfunction...After the Medical Board filed their cease and desist order, one of the co-authors of this article revisited former patients who said they were pleased but surprised by the action: "We've been scammed, lied to and we've been deceived," said Cheri Carey. "I'll never get back the time, money; that will never come back [and] I think he'll get around it," Carey said about the cease and desist order. "It is not going to stop anything. He's been doing this since day one. He will find a way around it." To read the notice of charges click here.