2009 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 61 - Professional and Occupational Licenses.
Article 12E - Naprapathic Practice
Section 61-12E-3 - Licensure required; exceptions; registration. (Repealed effective July 1, 2012.)

61-12E-3. Licensure required; exceptions; registration. (Repealed effective July 1, 2012.)

A.     A person shall not practice naprapathy in the state without a valid license issued by the superintendent based on recommendations from the board.   

B.     A person who is a naprapath practitioner employed by a federal government facility or agency in New Mexico is not required to be licensed pursuant to the Naprapathic Practice Act.   

C.     A person who is enrolled in a program approved by the superintendent to provide training for naprapaths or a person receiving continuing educational training to practice naprapathy is not required to be licensed or registered with the board.   

D.     A person teaching, advising or supervising students of naprapathy or teaching continuing education for naprapaths shall not practice naprapathy in New Mexico unless he is licensed by the board.   

E.     A person in the state to teach, advise or supervise naprapaths or students for less than one month may only practice naprapathy if he is registered with the board as a teacher, advisor or supervisor and if the practice occurs in the course of his duties as a teacher, advisor or supervisor.   

F.     Nothing in the Naprapathic Practice Act shall be construed to prevent a person qualified as a member of a recognized profession, the practice of which requires a license or is regulated pursuant to the laws of New Mexico, from rendering services within the scope of the person's license or a state rule adopted to regulate the profession; provided that the person does not represent himself to be a naprapath.   

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