"Practice of chiropractic" means a philosophy, science and healing art concerned with the restoration and preservation of health and wellness through the promotion of well-being, prevention of disease and promotion and support of the inherent or innate recuperative abilities of the body. The practice of chiropractic includes the reduction of chiropractic subluxation, and the examination, diagnosis, analysis, assessment, systems of adjustments, manipulation and treatment of the articulations and soft tissue of the body. It is within the lawful scope of the practice of chiropractic to diagnose, adjust, and treat the articulations of the spinal column and other joints, articulations, and soft tissue and to order and administer physical modalities and therapeutic, rehabilitative and strengthening exercises.
"Prescription" means a written direction of remedy for a disease, illness or injury and the instructions for using that remedy.
No person licensed to practice chiropractic shall sign any certificate required by law or the State Sanitary Code concerning reportable diseases, or birth, marriage or death certificates.
N.J.S. § 45:9-14.5