For the purpose of this subchapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   MASSAGE. Any process consisting in kneading, rubbing, tapping or manipulating the skin of the body of a human being, either with the hand or by means of electrical instruments or apparatus, or other special apparatus, but shall not include massage by duly licensed physicians, nor massage of the face practiced by duly licensed beauty parlors or barbershops, nor massage administered by athletic trainers to bona fide athletic team members.
   MASSAGE ESTABLISHMENT. Any building, room, place or establishment other than a regularly licensed hospital where manipulated massage or manipulated exercise are practiced upon the human body by anyone not a duly licensed physician, whether with or without use of mechanical, therapeutic or bathing devices and shall include Turkish bathhouses. This term shall not include, however, beauty parlors or barbershops duly licensed under the statutes of the state, nor registered physical therapists who treat only patients recommended by a licensed physician and who operate only under the physician's direction.
('78 Code, § 10-30) (Ord. 327, passed 3-28-77)