News Service of Florida personnel Published 6:37 p.m. CT June 15, 2020|Upgraded 6:39 p.m. CT June 15, 2020 CLOSE The state has withdrawed the license of a Pensacola chiropractor after she pleaded no contest in 2015 to one count of arson after setting her chiropractic office on fire. Due to the fact that the fire involved Vicki Lee Dempsey's office, a Florida Department of Health administrative grievance said the criminal activity is” directly related to the practice of

chiropractic practice.”The Board of Chiropractic Medicine took up the case last month, with a final order submitted Friday.

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Chiropractor charged with arson for presumably triggering fire at Pensacola company After the fire, the state ordered Dempsey to undergo a psychiatric evaluation in October 2019 in which she was diagnosed with a kind of bipolar affective disorder.

The final order makes clear that the Board of Chiropractic Medicine could restore the license so long as Dempsey reapplies and fulfills all the requirements and gets a letter from a qualified expert saying she is capable of practicing securely.

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