October 15, 2008.
An Appeal from the Florida Department of Health, Board of Chiropractic Medicine.
W.J. Barnes, for appellant.
Wings S. Benton and Patricia A. Nelson, for appellee.
Before RAMIREZ and ROTHENBERG, JJ., and SCHWARTZ, Senior Judge.
There is no basis in the evidence or law to support the determinations below that the appellant, a chiropractor, violated § 460.413(1)(d), Fla. Stat. See Rosenberg v. Dep't of Prof'l Reg., Bd. of Chiropractic Exam'rs, 488 So.2d 153 (Fla. 3d DCA 1986); Sherman v. Dep't of Prof'l Reg., 452 So.2d 1128 (Fla. 4th DCA 1984) (Anstead, C.J., concurring specially); see also Pub. Health Trust of Dade Co. v. Lopez, 531 So.2d 946 (Fla. 1988); Hotel Rest. Comm'n v. Sunny Seas No. One, Inc., 104 So.2d 570 (Fla. 1958). Accordingly, the order imposing discipline upon appellant is reversed for dismissal of the proceeding below.
"The following acts constitute grounds for denial of ci license or disciplinary action, as specified in s. 456.072(2): . . . (d) False, deceptive, or misleading advertising,"