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Physical Therapist-Nebraska (Occupation Licenses)
Occupational Description The practice of physical therapy includes the use of exercises and other treatments to  Restore physical function;  Promote fitness and health; and  Reduce the risk of injuries. Physical therapy is the care and services provided by or under the direction of a physical therapist. Physical Therapist Assistants assist physical therapists in the practice of physical therapy. Licensure Requirements The applicant must have reached the...

Physical Therapist-Nevada (Occupation Licenses)
Applicants must 1 Have completed a curriculum of physical therapy approved by the Board official transcripts required . 2 Pass the national examination. 3 Submit fingerprints, photo, original transcripts and references with application. Notes Application signature must be notarized. A minimum of 1.5 continuing education units are required for physical therapist license renewal. Fees may be subject to change. Fees are application and initial license-- 300 national examination-- 370...

Physical Therapist-Washington (Occupation Licenses)
Individuals must have graduated from a nationally accredited, board certified school, must have a passing score on the National Physical Therapy examiniation, must provide a complete work history from receipt of physical therapy degree. Individuals must list states where credentials were granted and were applied for, provide information on physical and mental health, lack of impairment due to chemical dependency, any felony convictions or loss or limitations of privileges, any disciplinary actions and a professional liability claims history. Individuals must...

PHYSICAL THERAPIST-Wyoming (Occupation Licenses)
...1123 Entry Salary $31.27/hr Average Salary $36.63/hr Job Description Physical Therapists help people overcome or adjust to physical disabilities caused by injury, illness or birth defects. Therapists work in the areas of neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics, geriatrics, sports medicine, pain management and cardiology. Requirements 1.The Board shall license only those applicants who are graduates of physical therapy approved by the American Physical Therapy Association. A bachelors degree or the comparable certification at a minimum in Physical Therapy is required. 2.Be of good moral character. 3.Pass the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE). 4.Be a graduate of an approved program prior to taking the NPTE. Restrictions Conviction of a felony. Habitual use of alcohol or...

PHYSICAL THERAPIST-Tennessee (Occupation Licenses)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST A physical therapist treats any injury, condition, or disease by the use of physical, chemical, or mechanical agents; uses heat, light, water, electricity, massage, sound therapeutic exercises, and mobilization, including active and passive movement, rehabilitation procedures, treatment planning, instruction modification and consultative services in establishment of physical therapy programs for patients, under written or oral referral of a licensed doctor of medicine, chiropractic, dentistry, podiatry or osteopathy, except for the initial evaluation which may be conducted without such referral. REQUIREMENTS: Be at least 18 years of age, of good moral character, and satisfy the education and examination requirements. EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Approved physical therapy (four year) academic program...

Physical Therapist-Oklahoma (Occupation Licenses)
JOB DESCRIPTION A physical therapist is a professional health-care practitioner who plans, monitors, and administers physical therapy for patients to restore bodily functions, relieve pain, and prevent disability due to disease, injury, or other disabilities. After physician referral, the therapist reviews and evaluates a patient's medical records and often consults with the patient's physician in determining treatment. A variety of methods are used by the therapist in treatment such as exercise, massage, or the application of...

Physical Therapist-West Virginia (Occupation Licenses)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST Performs physical therapy which includes the therapeutic treatment of any person by the use of massage, mechanical stimulation, heat, cold, light, air, water, electricity, sound and exercise, including the mobilization of the joints and training in functional activities, for the purpose of correcting or alleviating any physical or mental condition or preventing the development of any physical or mental disability, and the...

PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT-Massachusetts (Occupation Licenses)
Must be a graduate of a 2-year program in physical therapy approved by the APTA American Physical Therapy Association . Exam required. No continuing education required. Fees required. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Registration of Allied Health Professions 239 Causeway Street Boston, MA 02114 617 727-3071 Please note This agency was originally housed at 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA. Please call the number above before mailing any materials

Physical Therapist-Arizona (Occupation Licenses)
Major Requirements for License By Examination 1 Official transcript or letter, along with signature of registrar of university or college where applicant completed all requirements of an accredited educational program that includes official seal of university or college 2 Verification of passing a national examination in physical therapy as evidenced by an original notice of examination results 3 Verification of passing a jurisprudence examination as evidenced by an original notice of examination results 4 Statement if applicant has ever been licensed as a physical therapist in any other jurisdiction of the United States or foreign country 5 Foreign educated applicant, see Board of Physical Therapy Web site...

PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT-Tennessee (Occupation Licenses)
PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT A physical therapy assistant assists in treatment of any injury, condition, or disease by the use of physical, chemical or mechanical agents; uses heat, light, water, electricity, massage, sound, therapeutic exercises, and mobilization to treat patients, under the supervision of a Tennessee licensed physical therapist. Activities do not require professional or advanced training in the anatomical, biological, psychological...

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