§ 14.263  EXCEPTIONS.
   A or therapist license is not required for the following and places:
   (1)    duly licensed as a doctor by this state to practice medicine, surgery, osteopathy, chiropractic, physical therapy or podiatry, provided the is administered in the regular course of the medical business as it prepares the patient for a medical procedure or complements a medical procedure previously performed on the patient and not provided as part of a separate and distinct business. Any duly licensed doctor that offers any form of without a direct link to a medical procedure must obtain a license;
   (2)    duly licensed by this state as beauty culturists or barbers, provided such do not hold themselves out as giving treatments and provided the by beauty culturists is limited to the head, hand, neck and feet and the by barbers is limited to the head and neck;
   (3)    working solely under the direction and control of a duly licensed doctor by this state to practice medicine, surgery, osteopathy, chiropractic, physical therapy, podiatry, dentistry or a medical professional licensed under M.S. Chapters 147 and 148, as they may be amended from time to time, provided the is administered on the premises of the medical business;
   (4)   Places duly licensed or operating as a hospital, nursing home, hospice, sanitarium or group home established for the hospitalization or care of human beings provided the is administered only to the residents or patients of the facility as part of their care and not provided as a part of a separate service;
   (5)   Students of an who are performing services in the course of a clinical component of an of study, provided that the students are performing the services at the location of the and provided the students are identified to the public as students of therapy;
   (6)   Students of an may perform services at a location other than the , provided the has formed a partnership with the location. Students must be under direct supervision of the faculty of the institution. The student must be identified to the public as students of therapy. Students may only perform such services for no more than 12 calendar days a year, and no more than two consecutive days; and
   (7)   Students of an who are performing services in the course of a clinical component of an of study at clinics or other facilities located outside the , and without direct faculty supervision, must have earned at least 400 hours of certified therapeutic training at an prior to performing the therapy outside the institution. This work may be performed only as a specific class or internship. Students may work no more than 20 hours a week. Students must be identified to the public as a student of therapy. A letter from the with proof of certified training hours, authenticated through a certified copy of a transcript from the issuing the training, a description of the course and the expected hours to be worked must be submitted to the with a letter of sponsorship from the clinic or licensed facility explaining the schedule the student will be working prior to the student beginning any service.
(1958 Code, § 150.25)  (Ord. 112, passed 9-16-1947; Ord. 137, passed 12-7-1948; Ord. 148, passed 8-15-1950; repealed and new Division added by Ord. 171, passed 12-4-1951; Ord. 75-3, passed 1-13-1975, renumbered to § 150.23; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; Ord. 99-23, passed 9-7-1999; Ord. 2012-6, passed 2-6-2012; Ord. 2012-16, passed 8-6-2012)