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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 Therapy Assistants-South Dakota (Occupation Licenses)
For more information, please visit the licensing agency web site.

Physical Therapist-Georgia (Occupation Licenses)
Applicant requirements graduate from an accredited program of study in physical therapy pass the NPTE and Georgia Jurisprudence exams Fees Application 75.00 Testing 350.00 NPTE and 35.00 Jurisprudence Renewal 65.00 Late 90.00 Examination Type Computerized When Arrange with testing center Where Prometric Testing Centers located throughout the state Repeats 3

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: Email: 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...

Physical Therapist Assistant License-Minnesota (Occupation Licenses)
...the Fall of 2007. License Fees Examination fee - 50 Application fee - 100 Annual license fee - 60 Temporary permit fee - 25 Period Annual, based on a calendar year. Determination 1 to 3 weeks. Other Information See MN Statutes 148.65 - .785 See MN Rules 5601.0100 - 5601.3200 See also the web site for the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy FSBPT , for more information regarding the national examination program

Physical Therapist-Kentucky (Occupation Licenses)
GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION Provides physical therapy services or be a consultant to patients with or without referral. Uses selected knowledge and skills to plan, organize, and direct programs for individuals whose ability and function is impaired or threatened. Performs screening and evaluation, tests in aid of diagnosis as well as physical treatment with emphasis on the skeletal system, neuromuscular and cardiopulmonary function. Therapists may specialize...

Physical Therapy Assistant-Maine (Occupation Licenses)
Contact the licensing agency for details.

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...

Physical Therapist-Connecticut (Occupation Licenses)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST NATURE OF WORK: Assess, plan, organize and participate in rehabilitative programs that improve mobility, relieve pain, increase strength and decrease or prevent deformity of patients suffering from disease or injury. May use means such as exercise, heat, baths, and massage. DURATION: Annual FEES: Initial Application: $225.00 Renewal: $50.00 PREREQUISITES: Approved physical therapy program, National Physical Therapy Examination or current certification by the American Registry of Physical Therapists. REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: Individual review of credentials by agency staff to determine if statutory requirements have been met. For renewal: Licensees must retain proof of completion of 20 hours of related continuing education every year. See agency website for more details

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...

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