One of those patients also filed a sexual battery charge against him, which will go to trial in Virginia Beach in May.
The board spent less than 15 minutes in a closed-session deliberation before announcing the revocation, which is the strongest action it can take and is rarely used.
Except for twice failing to register with the state, he has no criminal record since his release.
His case highlights what some say is a shortcoming in Virginia's approach to aging offenders.
The board had suspended his license in March, pending the formal hearing Friday.
One patient, described as Patient A in Board of Medicine records, testified Hedrick ran his hands across her buttocks, breasts and between her legs during her third chiropractic session with him.
Last week, our governor signed a new bill that prevents violent offenders from getting probation for committing domestic violence crimes. This new bill will certainly help our clients to get the justice they deserve!
Samaritan House Executive Director, Robin Gauthier, and Development Director, Tom Higgins, give an interview to the Hampton Roads Perspective show on February 2, 2017.
Patient A testified Hedrick’s hands went underneath her underwear and his fingers touched her skin at the top of her buttocks.
He also moved her head by grabbing a handful of her hair and pulling on it.
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