Call the police and/or district attorney. That is were this type of investigation needs to start. You can also contact the state medical licensing board and file a complaint. For recovery of damages, contact a civil litigation firm in your area. It is horrible there are professionals that act in this manner. Best of luck
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You, as the husband, do not have a direct case. Your wife does however have a case and you may have a case based on her case. I echo the other comments - you need to call the Attorney General's office about this guy. They will file a criminal case if appropriate but you need a civil attorney to represent you and your wife. The civil case might be (1) medical malpractice - lack of consent and/or (2) assault and battery and/or (3) purposeful intent causing emotional distress.
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