COMMISSION ON THE HEALING ARTS
“The Healing Art means the art of prevention, detecting or attempting to detect the presence of any disease; of determining or attempting to determine the nature and state of any disease, if present; or preventing, relieving, correcting or curing of or attempting to prevent, relieve, correct or cure any disease; of safeguarding or attempting to safeguard the life of any woman or infant through pregnancy and parturition; and of doing or attempting to do any of the acts enumerated [herein]. The healing arts include, but are not limited to, optometry, nursing, chiropractic, dentistry, medicine and surgery, physician assistants, podiatry, psychology, osteopathic, pharmacy, physical therapy, acupuncture, speech language pathology, audiology, respiratory therapy, nutritionist/clinical dietician, cosmetology, and veterinary medicine.
“To Practice means to do or attempt to do, or to hold oneself out or to allow oneself to be held out as ready to do, any act  constituting a part of the healing art for a fee, gift, reward or in anticipation of any fee, gift, or reward whether tangible or intangible.”
10 GCA § 12101(b), (c) (P.L. 24-321) (Dec. 28, 1998).