Blaine, Washington chiropractor’s license is suspended for “unprofessional conduct”

The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) reports that they, along with the Chiropractic Quality Assurance Commission, have suspended the license of Nicolas Constantin (license CH00034646). Constantin is not allowed to practice as a chiropractor in Washington until a hearing. Constantin has his practice in Blaine which is in Whatcom County.

Documents filed by a health care investigator says that Constantin admits to having used black tar heroin. The DOH says

“[Constantin]poses a risk of immediate danger, as there is no way to protect patients from the likelihood that harm might be committed by an impaired practitioner.”

The reasons for the license suspension also include a charge of driving under the influence (DUI), a conviction of fourth-degree assault for hitting his wife, and a conviction for violating a no-contact order. A “no contact” order specifies that a person is not able to call, write or otherwise contact a third party. Constantin was convicted of violating a no-contact order with his wife.

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0 responses to “Blaine, Washington chiropractor’s license is suspended for “unprofessional conduct””

  1. john says:

    Police have arrested a Sacramento, California man who used his own home for illegal chiropractic services. Antonio Arellano, 76, has been arrested after he snapped the neck of a patient — leaving him brain dead.

  2. ..,there should be a constant checking for the capabilities of Chiropractor… they are growing in numbers but sadly not in quality..,.