Tracy Prewitt successfully represented a physician before the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure against allegations of performing either excessive or unnecessary gynecologic exams. The complaint claimed that over thirty patients complained of the physician’s practices. Many of these same patients had filed civil suits as well. The defense contended that the allegations were all categorically false, motivated by a desire for monetary gain and fomented by a local, competing practitioner and plaintiff attorney. After hearing from each complaining witness during an 18 day-long hearing, the Hearing Officer found that none of the complaining witnesses were credible. No adverse action was taken against the physician’s medical license by the KBML.