Some FM patients have been after Paul Whitcomb and the Fibromyalgia Relief Center in Lake Tahoe, for years claiming that his unique approach to FM was bogus. they were able to cite numerous instances in which he, while charging high prices, promised to deliver incredible results - and then turned his back on patients once those results didn't show up. I don't know much about this case but it appears at this time justice was done. This wasn't the FDA - it was a California Chiropractic Association that took away his license to treat. http://theiciexperience.blogspot.com/2009/08/this-is-huge-fibromyalgia-zealot-loses.html Apparently he felt that one particular vertebrae was out of place and he would adjust patients relentlessly - 14 times a week for 4,5 weeks to get it back in - and then he'd go on to do ancillary adjustments - apparently costing enormous amounts of money. The patient might feel better - several said they did feel better - but once they were off the treatments they relapsed.