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(225 ILCS 84/15)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2020)
This Act shall not be construed to prohibit:
(1) a physician licensed in this State from engaging
in the practice for which he or she is licensed;
(2) a person licensed in this State under any other
Act from engaging in the practice for which he or she is licensed;
(3) the practice of orthotics, prosthetics, or
pedorthics by a person who is employed by the federal government or any bureau, division, or agency of the federal government while in the discharge of the employee's official duties;
(4) the practice of orthotics, prosthetics, or
pedorthics by (i) a student enrolled in a school of orthotics, prosthetics, or pedorthics, (ii) a resident continuing his or her clinical education in a residency accredited by the National Commission on Orthotic and Prosthetic Education, or (iii) a student in a qualified work experience program or internship in pedorthics;
(5) the practice of orthotics, prosthetics, or
pedorthics by one who is an orthotist, prosthetist, or pedorthist licensed under the laws of another state or territory of the United States or another country and has applied in writing to the Department, in a form and substance satisfactory to the Department, for a license as orthotist, prosthetist, or pedorthist and who is qualified to receive the license under Section 40 until (i) the expiration of 6 months after the filing of the written application, (ii) the withdrawal of the application, or (iii) the denial of the application by the Department;
(6) a person licensed by this State as a physical
therapist, occupational therapist, or advanced practice registered nurse from engaging in his or her profession; or
(7) a physician licensed under the Podiatric Medical
Practice Act of 1987 from engaging in his or her profession.
(Source: P.A. 100-513, eff. 1-1-18