A person engaging in the domestic application of any activity included in the definition of the practice of physical therapy, if the person does not represent to anyone receiving services or to the public that the person is a physical therapist or a physical therapist assistant.
A person using any procedure included in the practice of physical therapy if the procedure is within the scope of practice of the person and the person:
Is licensed under a health care licensing law of this state; and
Does not represent or imply that the person is a physical therapist or a physical therapist assistant.
A person who is enrolled in an accredited physical therapy education program that leads to a degree as a physical therapist or a physical therapist assistant and who is satisfying supervised clinical education requirements under the direct supervision of a physical therapist.
A person licensed in the practice of physical therapy in another jurisdiction who is, for a period not to exceed 60 days in each calendar year:
Providing consultation from the other jurisdiction by means of telecommunications to a physical therapist in this state;
Providing physical therapy services to an individual employed by or affiliated with a touring theater company, a performing arts company, an athletic team or an athletic organization; or
Performing physical therapy while teaching or participating in an educational conference in this state. [1959 c.461 §3; 1965 c.314 §3; 1975 c.111 §3; 1987 c.726 §6; 2007 c.403 §2; 2013 c.79 §1]