Brito, according to Florida Board of Medicine records, reached an agreement with the Florida Department of Health in 2006 after admitting to helping non-licensed individuals operate an insurance fraud scheme at some other location.
Board documents show that Brito reviewed medical files and signed examinations for "medical visits and treatments that did not occur." As part of the agreement, Brito was forced to pay $5,000 in fines, take risk management courses and perform 50 hours of community service.
His medical license was not revoked, according to the records.
Veda Coleman Wright, a spokeswoman for the Broward County Sheriff's Office, confirmed that the department, which responded to the call for help Friday afternoon at the spa, is in the beginning stages of an investigation regarding Kah's case.
"We're investigating her injury and how it occurred and if anyone is criminally at fault," Wright said.
For now, Kah's family is struggling with their new reality.
"We just want the whole world to know Rohie is a very sweet lady," said Oking Habib, Kah's nephew, "and those kids are without a mother."