Doctor who hogtied boy retires early after media hounding

Dr Neville Davis was found guilty of unprofessional conduct and reprimanded

The paediatrician who hogtied a seven-year-old patient with rope says he was chased by journalists and forced into early retirement because of the incident.

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Dr Neville Davis was found guilty of unprofessional conduct and reprimanded by the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal this month, in an apparent end to a legal saga that has dragged on for six years.

In October 2012, the seven-year-old boy’s mother was consulting Dr Davis over her child, who had ADHD and was being assessed for Asperger’s Disorder.

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