A person who, whether expressly or by implication, describes himself as an osteopath, osteopathic practitioner, osteopathic physician, osteopathist, osteotherapist, or any other kind of osteopath, is guilty of an offence unless he is a registered osteopath1. A person who, without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with any requirement imposed by the professional conduct committee, the health committee or an appeal tribunal hearing an appeal2, under rules empowering the committee to require persons to attend and give evidence or to produce documents
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