Is hypnotherapy the unlicensed practice of medicine or psychology? Is life coaching legally safe?
A blogger is suing the North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition for First Amendment violations of his free speech right, after he was investigated and charges with unlicensed practice of dietetics.
Turf battles are common in health care, as evidence by continuing legal battles over scope of practice.
The American Medical Association (AMA) published an article on licensing of complementary and alternative medicine practitioners in Virtual Mentor.
An ‘intuitive healer’ who did not have a chiropractic or acupuncture license is in legal trouble for performing spinal manipulation and other techniques on a patient.
Does the corporate practice of medicine bar apply to other allied health professionals, such as physical therapists, and prohibit a layperson or general corporation from directly hiring these health care practitioners?
Is colonic irrigation the unlicensed practice of medicine, or a legally sanctioned non-licensed healing art?
Telemedicine and other online health services pose novel legal issues, but these tele-health practices are the wave of the future.
If you open a practice as a lay hypnotherapist, are you violating any laws?
Arizona has introduced legislation to allow non-licensed practitioners of homeopathy and nutrition to offer health care services.