Dr. Conrad Murray saw seven patients at his Houston clinic Monday, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Murray’s spokesperson, Miranda Sevcik, told RadarOnline.com, "Dr. Murray is glad to be back at work, seeing his patients again. He missed his practice terribly."
Dr. Murray could see as many as 15 patients tomorrow Miranda tells RadarOnline.com. Subsequently, he might return to his medical practice in Las Vegas.
Ed Chernoff, Murray's lawyer says, "Because of a deteriorating financial condition and prompting by many of his beloved patients, on November 20th, 2009 Dr. Conrad Murray resumed his cardiology practice in Houston Texas. Doctor Murray plans to attend to patients in both Las Vegas and Houston. His decision to first return to practice in Houston was made because of the greater need these low-income patients have for his services and the prohibitive cost of reopening his clinic in Las Vegas.”
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Dr. Murray is the target of a homicide investigation concerning the death of Michael Jackson. Jackson died of cardiac arrest. Dr. Murray hasn't been charged with any crime as of yet, and the Los Angeles District Attorney had no comment regarding the case.