M-9, r. 13 - Regulation respecting the activities contemplated in section 31 of the Medical Act which may be engaged in by classes of persons other than physicians

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8.2. For the purposes of this Division, the term “common health problem” means a health problem that presents the following characteristics:
(1)  a relatively high incidence in the community;
(2)  clinical symptoms and signs usually affecting a single system;
(3)  an absence of deterioration in the general condition of the person;
(4)  usually a quick and favourable course.
O.C. 668-2007, s. 5.