A 52-year-old physician who lives in Hudson was indicted Tuesday on drug trafficking charges by a Summit County grand jury, prosecutors said.

Dr. Mahmud Kara — an internist who served as medical director of Affinity Whole Health, a Beachwood-based hormone replacement therapy company — faces two dozen charges, all felonies.

Agents with the State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Ohio State Medical Board conducted an undercover investigation of Kara. Prosecutors say he did not follow Ohio code when prescribing weight loss medications to patients over five years.

It was not clear Tuesday evening whether Kara was still involved with Affinity Whole Health, which aims to help aging men and women with common complaints like a lack of energy or trouble sleeping.

According to the indictment, Kara was trafficking in phentermine and phendimetrazine, drugs which can cause rapid or irregular heartbeat, delirium, panic, psychosis and heart failure.

Kara’s first court appearance has not been set.

State records online show no action against Kara by the Ohio Medical Board. Kara’s license, without renewal, will expire in October, the website says.