Florida cardiologist claims he suffered brain damage from electroshock treatment in  a $27 million medical malpractice case – Dadi v. Sharma (2016)

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The following are links to the unsuccessful ECT malpractice lawsuit, Dadi v. Sharma, 2016.

“I had a very good memory before. I practiced medicine. I had thousands of patients. I lost it all,” he said. “The memory loss. The isolation I feel because of my inability to interact with others. The inability to drive. I think the procedure caused brain damage and I feel it. Every day. Every day.”

Shaul Dadi, Palm Beach Post


Anna is a childhood psychiatric drug and a teenage electroshock survivor. She founded Life After ECT to ensure people injured by electroconvulsive therapy have easy access to resources that can help them understand their injuries and find a path to recovery.