Garry Gordon, MD Gets Involved in Clinical Practice
I took over that practice and grew it into the large practice, which I sold to Dr. Greenspan in 1976 and took over from him in 1985 again when he had run it into the ground and it was deeply in debt. I
built that practice up sufficiently over the next several years that we had to move into new quarters at 17,000 square feet with over forty employees and a fixed overhead of over ten thousand dollars a
day with two hyper-baric chambers, forty plus chairs for intravenous chelation, hydrogen peroxide and other oxidative therapies as well as tread mill cardiology, a fully equipped laboratory while
providing full service of all diagnostic tests available at that time as well as a completely equipped physical therapy department with state of the art micro electric, current pulse magnetic and other
That practice gave me the experience to know that we can safely stack
multiple non-toxic therapies on top of each other and do what in some cases what amounts to nearly miraculous healing. For example, a patient with Parkinson's after several days in (unclear) facility gets
up and walks down the hall for the first time in eight years without his walker and even nerve deafness restored to full hearing and other nearly miraculous healing occurring as a result of working with
the body, doing detoxification and we did offer ozonated colonics and other things with over sixty different rooms in that 17,000 square foot facility.
Unfortunately, the facility had a fatal flaw. A roof leak. Every time a major storm came, it left much of the facility under half an inch of water, which threatened (we believed) the health
of our employees and our equipment. Based on legal advice, we withheld rent when nothing else would prevail upon the landlord to fix the leaky roof. And as it turns out, in the State of California when
it's commercial property, you have to pay the rent even if you are continuously under one foot of water. You do not have the same protection that you do with residential leases. Thus, amazingly enough, the
judge evicted our entire practice from the facility.
In retrospect, we can look back and
state that perhaps the good Lord was looking after us and that was what was intended to happen even though it was clearly inconvenient for our huge practice of patients, many of them had advanced cancer
that were only responsive to the alternative therapies we were providing, but at the same if we had continued in that activity in that state, we would have had to spend a great deal of time and effort
fighting with the medical society and or the Medical Board of Examiners. We had already had a legal fight with both those entities in which I had sued both of those entities and at the Appellate Court
pretrial settlement conference, had successfully prevailed in both of those legal actions.
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