1. Commissioned physicians and surgeons, osteopaths and podiatrists of a United States
military branch of service, public health or veterans administration personnel in
the actual performance of their official duties.
2. Licensed physicians and surgeons, osteopaths, chiropractors or naturopaths while
lawfully practicing their professions.
3. A visiting podiatrist called into consultation from a state in which he is qualified
to practice podiatry.
4. A manufacturer of or dealer in shoes or corrective appliances for prevention, correction
or relief of foot ailments, if such manufacturer or dealer is not engaged in the practice
5. A student of an accredited podiatry school whose standards are recognized by the
American podiatry association who is engaged, in an official hospital-based or office-based
externship or clerkship training program approved by the podiatry school and the board,
in the actual performance of the student's duties.
6. A graduate of an accredited podiatry school whose standards are recognized by the
American podiatry association who is engaged, in an official hospital-based internship
or residency training program approved by the American podiatry association, in the
actual performance of such internship or residency duties.
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