Chiropractor's videos released ahead of hearing

Brandon Credeur Ordered To Provide Promotional Videos As Chiropractic Board Reviews His License

DENVER - The Call7 Investigators have learned chiropractor Brandon Credeur was ordered to turn over all of the videos he used to sell his business model to other chiropractors across the country.

It is the latest development aftera an on-going Call7 investigation.

Colorado Board of Chiropractic Examiners are investigating Credeur's Functional Endocrinology Center, including his treatment of patients, deceptive marketing practices and unethical advertising.

Brandon Credeur and his wife Heather came under scrutiny by the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) and the Attorney General's office after the Call7 Investigators exposed numerous patient complaints and questionable business practices.

The Call7 Investigators received more than 200 calls and emails from patients and viewers who say the Credeurs' claims of curing diabetes and thyroid disorders are misleading.

Patients also told Call7 Investigator Theresa Marchetta they paid thousands of dollars up-front for treatment, in addition to buying supplements Credeur profited from selling, that they said did not work.

Credeur's hearing will take place this summer.

His wife Heather also faces action against her license. Her hearing will take place next year.