Oren Cacholi, manager of PRAIUM Medical Solutions, was arrested following suspicions by Israel Police and the Health Ministry that he posed as a doctor and performed procedures on people despite not being licensed, the Health Ministry announced on Tuesday. He was arrested on charges of forgery and impersonation, among others.
Cacholi does not have any medical certifications, but is suspected of performing procedures on patients, including aesthetic procedures such as Botox injections, after presenting himself to patients as a diagnostician and specialist in a variety of chronic and acute conditions.
A variety of substances and injectables were found in Cacholi’s clinic, including hyaluronic acid, lidocaine and steroids. Many of the substances found are controlled and can only be held in licensed medical clinics.
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