The following individuals do not need to be licensed in order to practice naturopathy in Maryland:
A. An individual who is employed by the United States Government to practice naturopathic medicine while practicing within the scope of that employment;
B. A student who is enrolled in an approved naturopathic medical program while the student is participating in a course of study under the supervision of a licensed naturopathic doctor or a licensed professional in the field of study;
C. An individual who is licensed in another state to practice naturopathic medicine in the state for purposes of litigation may examine a patient, offer recommendations, and provide testimony; or
D. A naturopathic doctor licensed by and residing in another jurisdiction, if the naturopathic doctor is engaged in consultation with the naturopathic doctor in the state about a particular patient and does not direct patient care.