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Chiropractor 'grateful' to be cleared of charges


Clackamas chiropractor Dr. Kim Jameson said the order issued last week by the state Board of Chiropractic Examiners to clear her of all charges except for a minor record-keeping error, was a step in the right direction.

by: FILE PHOTO - JamesonThe board exonerated Jameson of charges the state body leveled against her more than two years ago and publicized on its state website beginning in January 2012. The charges ranged from fraud to unprofessional conduct.

“I’m grateful that my name has finally been cleared,” Jameson said. “That’s what I’ve wanted for the past two years.”

The order appears to copy a proposed order issued by an administrative law judge in April. The board adopted findings by the judge that the board’s own chief witness in the case committed perjury in her testimony against Jameson.

Jameson and her attorney, Conrad E. Yunker, say they will take some time to study the board’s 44-page order and compare it word-for-word to the judge’s 46-page proposed order.

The board had labeled the judge’s proposed order “confidential.” Jameson and her attorney filed a complaint earlier this month in Marion County Circuit Court asking that the proposed order be unsealed and made public. They pointed out it was unfair for the charges against Jameson to be publicized while the document

clearing her name would be kept secret.