(1) 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;
(2) The practice of orthotics, prosthetics, or pedorthics by:
(a) A student enrolled in a school of orthotics, prosthetics, or pedorthics;
(b) A resident continuing his or her clinical education in a residency accredited
by CAAHEP or NCOPE;
(c) A student in a qualified work experience program or internship in pedorthics;
(d) A physician licensed under KRS Chapter 311; or
(3) The measuring, fitting, or adjusting of an orthotic device by an employee or
authorized representative of an orthosis manufacturer registered with the federal
food and drug administration, when the employee or representative is directly supervised
by a licensed health care professional authorized by law to prescribe, measure, or
fit the device, and the measuring, fitting, or adjusting of the device occurs in the
office of the licensed health care professional or in a health care facility.
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