March 19th, 2011 | by admin |
Shows, 51, who owns Leaphart Chiropractic in West Columbia, had been arrested Thursday on twin depends of second-degree conflict and battery involving an 18-year-old patient. Shows, who describes himself on his business?s website as a ?Christian chiropractor,? has operated his business in West Columbia given 2007. He also has used during 3 other Midlands locations given receiving his S.C. assent in 1985.
Friday morning, Shows seemed in Lexington County bond probity wearing an orange jumpsuit. His mom and 3 other supporters sat in a courtroom. They declined to comment.
Jon Ozmint, a former executive of a S.C. Department of Corrections, is Shows? salvation attorney. He also declined to comment. Shows and Ozmint both attend Shandon Baptist Church in Columbia.
During a bond hearing, Judge Scott Whipple systematic Shows to prevaricate treating ladylike patients alone in his hearing rooms. The decider told Shows that he should advise ladylike patients to pierce a third authority to their appointments who also can be in a room.
Shows initial was arrested on Tuesday on charges that he assaulted a 23-year-old lady and a 35-year-old lady in detached incidents, one in Dec and one surpassing this month.
After Metts announced Shows? arrest, a 18-year-old lady came forward. As a result, Shows was arrested a second time, on Thursday evening.
The 18-year-old told investigators that she went to a home on Nov. 23, 2010, given she had pain in her revoke back. The lady conspicuous she put on a home gown, and she reported that Shows impressed her in places and in a feeling that were not unwavering with famous or compulsory medical procedures.
She also told troops that Shows commented on her physique and told her she was attractive. The other twin women who surpassing filed complaints conflicting Shows described matching use in his hearing room.
Shows was arrested Thursday for a second time during his practice, where he was fortitude to yield patients. He had been out of jail for a tiny some-more than 24 hours.
Shows, who is creatively from Florence, graduated in 1985 from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. In Columbia, he ran Shows Chiropractic on Elmwood Avenue for 17 years, according to a journal on his business?s website. He also worked 3 years during a Forest Acres home and twin years in downtown Columbia, a website says.
The website for Leaphart Chiropractic includes churned monk references. Shows also has a personal Web page where he talks about Christianity and being a chiropractor.
?As a Christian Chiropractor, Dr. Shows is committed to aiding as many people as he can grasp health on a Earth, and perpetuation in God?s Heaven,? according to his journal on his business site.