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FDA requires a prescription for this device for use within
the United States. Several types of doctors and practitioners
are authorized to write prescriptions, depending on where
they practice, including Medical Doctors, Chiropractors,
Dentists, Psychologists, Physical Therapists, Psychiatrists,
Naturopaths, Licensed Nurses, Acupuncturists, Osteopaths,
and Licensed Mental Health practitioners. not needed in NZ