The Minnesota Board of Medical Practice has disciplined an Edina doctor after it received complaints he inappropriately treated female patients seeking hormone remedies.
Dr. Lyle Lundblad can only work under supervision in a residency program, according to a Jan. 12 board order.
The complaints were filed with the board in 2010 and alleged that Lundblad “inaccurately documented laboratory test results and authorized inappropriately high doses of medications in treatment of the conditions,” according to the order. The patients also alleged that Lundblad didn’t respond in a timely manner to their requests to discuss the medications or treatments.
Lundblad was previously cited by the board in 1996 for failure to maintain accurate medical records. He satisfied the board’s requirement to undergo medical records training and submit to random record audits in 2000, according to the order.