Fake doc made false cancer treatment claims: Court docs

The Montreal centre where Ken Montizambert allegedly practised without a license. (Ben Pelosse/QMI...

The Montreal centre where Ken Montizambert allegedly practised without a license. (Ben Pelosse/QMI Agency)

Michael Nguyen, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:54 AM ET

MONTREAL – Quebec's college of physicians says it's on the hunt for a fake doctor who claims to be the only one in Montreal who can do a prostate exam while a patient's pants are still on.

The college has charged Ken Montizambert, an osteopath and naturopath, with 12 charges of practising without a license and using a false title.

In a court motion this week, the college accused Montizambert of ordering blood tests and prescribing medication at the Tri-Med clinic in Montreal's west end.

The college also says the man has made false claims related to prostate cancer treatments.

It discovered the alleged scam following a complaint by Quebec's order of dentists.

The college says that during an undercover visit by investigator Jean Martin, the naturopath claimed to be a "specialist in neurology, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and memory."

Montizambert then charged the investigator $180 for a series of tests.


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