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Physical Therapist-Louisiana (Occupation Licenses)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST SOC CODE: 29-1123 Regulatory Authority: Louisiana Physical Therapy Board 104 Fairlane Drive Lafayette, Louisiana 70507 Phone: (337) 262-1043 or (888) 400-9110 Fax: (337) 262-1054 Web site: http://www.laptboard.org/ Email: lsbpte@laptboard.org Period of License: 1 Year Minimum Age: 21 Job Description: Assess, plan, organize, and participate in rehabilitative programs that improve mobility. Average Wage (May 2008) Source: Louisiana Workforce Commission, Occupational Employment Statistics Program http://www.laworks.net/Downloads/Downloads_LMI.asp#OccpWage Entry Hourly: $30.47 Experienced Hourly: $45.11 Job Description/Wage/Training & Education Data Source: Occupational Outlook Handbook 2008-2009 and http://online.onetcenter.org Training/Education: A minimum of a Bachelor's of Science in physical therapy that...

Physical Therapist-Iowa (Occupation Licenses)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST PT Licensing Authority Jan Scheffert Physical and Occupational Therapy Board Iowa Department of Public Health Lucas State Office Bldg 5th Fl 321 E 12th St Des Moines IA 50319-0075 Phone 515 281-4401 Fax 515 281-3121 E-mail jscheffert idph.state.ia.us Legal Authority Code of Iowa, Chapter 148A Iowa Administrative Code 645, 199-204 Job Description Physical therapists plan, implement, and evaluate physical therapy programs using the effective properties of physical agents including but not limited to mechanical devices, heat, cold, air, light, water, electricity, sound, therapeutic exercise and rehabilitative procedures. These devices are used to prevent, correct, minimize or alleviate a physical impairment. They review patients' medical records, evaluate patients, identify specific patient...

Physical Therapist Assistant-Iowa (Occupation Licenses)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT PTA Licensing Authority Jan Scheffert Physical and Occupational Therapy Board Iowa Department of Public Health Lucas State Office Bldg 5th Fl 321 E 12th St Des Moines IA 50319-0075 Phone 515 281-4401 Fax 515 281-3121 E-mail jscheffert idph.state.ia.us Legal Authority Code of Iowa, Chapter 148A.6 Iowa Administrative Code 645, Chapters 199-204 Job Description A physical therapist assistant PTA works under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist to implement treatment programs according to the plan of care. They train patients in exercises and activities of daily living, conducting treatments, using special equipment, administering modalities and other treatment procedures and reporting to the physical therapist on the patient's responses...

Physical Therapist Assistant-Rhode Island (Occupation Licenses)
Administers physical therapy treatments to patients, working under direction of and as assistant to physical therapist. Personal Requirements, Education Experience, Reciprocity, Examinations and Fees can be found at http www.health.ri.gov licenses healthcare index.php

Physical Therapists-Montana (Occupation Licenses)
...treatment. In addition, therapists record everything they do in patients' charts. In some offices, they enter patient information into a computer. LICENSE INFORMATIONMontana Certification"Physical Therapist" "Physical Therapist Assistant" Licensure is authorized by Montana Code Annotated 37-11-301 through 37-11-322. RequirementsPhysical therapists: 1. Minimum age of 18 years. 2. Graduation from a board-approved school of physical therapy. 3. Satisfactory completion of a national and state jurisprudence exam. 4. Three statements of good moral character. RenewalLicenses expire on April 1 of each year, and may be renewed upon payment of a fee, and completion of 20 hours of continuing education biennially.FeesOriginal license $25 Annual renewal $25 Penalty fee $50 There is a separate fee for the...

Physical Therapist Assistant PTA-Arkansas (Occupation Licenses)
Physical Therapist Assistants assist in the practice of physical therapy under the frequent, onsite supervision of a physical therapist. The physical therapist assistant may perform procedures as delegated by the licensed physical therapist assist the physical therapist in carrying out procedures and programs completely report to his supervisor the conditions, reactions, and responses related to his duties assemble, disassemble, and care for equipment and supplies transport patients record equipment and supplies and perform predetermined general office procedures. The physical therapist assistant cannot interpret physician orders or referrals, perform evaluation procedures, or assume responsibility for planning patient care. Requirements 1 Must be at least 18 years of age. 2 Must be of good moral character. 3 Must be a graduate of...

Physical Therapist-Rhode Island (Occupation Licenses)
After physician referral, plans, monitors and administers physical therapy for patients to restore bodily functions, relieve pain and prevent disability due to disease, injury or other disabilities. Personal Requirements, Education Experience, Reciprocity, Examinations and Fees can be found at http www.health.ri.gov licenses healthcare index.php

Physical Therapists Assistants-Montana (Occupation Licenses)
Physical therapy assistants help patients regain physical function after illness or injury. Physical therapy assistants must be supervised by a physical therapist. They help provide services that improve patients' mobility and reduce their pain. The goal is to limit or prevent permanent disabilities in patients who have been ill or injured. Their patients include people with low back pain, arthritis, heart disease, or broken bones. They also treat accident victims. Physical therapy assistants have a variety of tasks. Before working with patients, they confer with a physical therapist about the treatment plan for that patient. Under the direction of therapists, assistants provide many different types of treatment. They teach patients how to do exercises to strengthen muscles or improve mobility...

Physical Therapist, School-Louisiana (Occupation Licenses)
...Certificate does not authorize the holder to perform any services in the school systems of Louisiana other than those specifically stated on the certificate. Occupations listed under the School Ancillary Personnel Certificate as reported by the Louisiana Department of Education are as follows: Physical Therapist Provisional Certification is valid for two years. Eligibility requirements: a temporary license to practice physical therapy in compliance with R. S. 37:2402, as administered by the Louisiana State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. Renewal guidelines: non-renewable. Full Certificate is valid for five years. Eligibility requirements: a valid Louisiana license to practice physical therapy in compliance with R. S. 37:2402, as administered by the Louisiana State Board of Physical Therapy Examiners; and two...

Physical Therapist, Foreign Educated, License by Credentialing-Oregon (Occupation Licenses)
...requirements, and you hold a valid license in another State, you will apply to the Oregon Board through the endorsement application process. If you have never passed the NPTE or you have passed the NPTE but have never obtained a license in another State, you will apply to the Oregon Board through the examination application process. Prior to application all foreign-education Physical Therapists wanting to license in the State of Oregon must meet the established criteria and prerequisites. Any questions regarding the procedure or the prerequisites should be directed to the Physical Therapist Licensing Board. Any questions regarding credentialing should be directed to either the Foreign Credentialing Commission on Physical Therapy FCCPT or, the International Education Research Foundation IERF .

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