§ 25. Title and designation of licensed naprapaths. Every person to whom a valid existing license as a naprapath has been issued under
this Act shall be designated professionally a “naprapath”, and not otherwise, and
any licensed naprapath may, in connection with the practice of his profession, use
the title or designation of “naprapath”, and, if entitled by degree from a college
or university recognized by the Department, may use the title of “Doctor of Naprapathy”
or the abbreviation “D.N.”. When the name of the licensed naprapath is used professionally in oral, written,
or printed announcements, professional cards, or publications for the information
of the public and is preceded by the title “Doctor” or the abbreviation “Dr.”, the
explanatory designation of “naprapath”, “naprapathy”, “Doctor of Naprapathy”, or the
designation “D.N.” shall be added immediately following title and name. When the announcement, professional cards, or publication is in writing or in print,
the explanatory addition shall be in writing, type, or print not less than 1/2 the
size of that used in the name and title. No person other than the holder of a valid existing license under this Act shall
use the title and designation of “Doctor of Naprapathy”, “D.N.”, or “naprapath”, either
directly or indirectly, in connection with his or her profession or business.
A naprapath licensed under this Act shall not hold himself or herself out as a Doctor
of Chiropractic unless he or she is licensed as a Doctor of Chiropractic under the
Medical Practice Act of 1987 1 or any successor Act.
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