§ 115.03  EXEMPTIONS.
   (A)   The practice of massage therapy shall not include and is distinct from the practice of medicine, surgery, osteopathy, nursing, chiropractic, physical therapy or podiatry.  Requirements of this chapter shall have no application to and effect upon:
      (1)   Physicians, surgeons, chiropractors, osteopaths, physical therapists or podiatrists duly licensed to practice in this state, and registered or licensed practical nurses governed by the state nursing practices act;
      (2)   Athletic directors or trainers who are affiliated with an approved educational institution or professional sports team and whose work is limited to athletic team members; or
      (3)   Licensed cosmetologists, barbers or beauty culturists who do not give or hold themselves out to give massage treatments other than are customarily given in the establishments, solely for the purpose of beautification.
   (B)   No other persons not duly qualified and licensed as a massage therapist under this chapter, whether employed by physicians, chiropractors, osteopaths, podiatrists, or not, may render massage therapy as a professional or business endeavor or for or in exchange of any type of valuable consideration or remuneration.