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32-2911 - Persons and acts not affected by chapter
32-2911. Persons and acts not affected by chapter
This chapter does not prevent:
1. The practice of any other method, system or science of healing by a person who is licensed pursuant to the laws of this state if that person is acting within the scope of that license.
2. The practice by licensees discharging their duties while members of the armed forces of the United States or other federal agencies.
3. A person from administering a lawful domestic or family remedy, health food or health food supplement to that person's immediate family members.
4. A person from administering over-the-counter homeopathic remedies in the course of providing medical assistance in an emergency.
5. The practice of any of the healing arts offered by this state's Indian tribes.
6. The practice of religion, treatment by prayer or the laying on of hands as a religious rite or ordinance.
7. Any act competently performed by a physician assistant that is within the scope of that person's duties.
8. A person who is licensed to practice homeopathic medicine in any state, district or territory of the United States from infrequently consulting with a person licensed under this chapter or acting pursuant to an invitation by a legitimate sponsor to visit this state to promote professional education through lectures, clinics or demonstrations if that person does not open an office, meet with patients or receive calls relating to the practice of homeopathic medicine outside of the sponsoring institution's facilities and programs.
9. The independent practice of acupuncture as a traditional Asian healing art.
10. The practice of providing treatment of the spiritual vital force in accordance with hahnemanian principles through the use of remedies that are diluted beyond the concentration of substances in drinking water and prepared in the manner described in the homeopathic pharmacopoeia of the United States.