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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 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-Alaska (Occupation Licenses)
License Exam Fees Non-refundable Application fee 50 License 180 Biennial renewal 180 Temporary permit 50 Limited permit 50 Licensing Requirements Applicants must have graduated from an approved school of physical therapy, provide proof of a minimum of 60 hours of employment in physical therapy service within 24 months of application, and pass a national board exam. Sixty hour experience requirement waived if national exam passed with last 24 months.

Physical Therapists-Missouri (Occupation Licenses)
An applicant for licensure shall be at least 21 years of age, furnish evidence of qualifications by submitting evidence of completion of an approved program of physical therapy. Applicants shall pass a test administered by the board. Contact licensing agency for more information.

Physical Therapist-Hawaii (Occupation Licenses)
...prevent, correct, alleviate, and limit physical disability, bodily malfunction, pain from injury, disease, and any other physical or mental condition. REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSING Personal requirements 1 Be at least 18 years of age. 2 Be a U.S. citizen, a U.S. national, or an alien authorized to work in the U.S. Education requirements Graduate from an accredited physical therapy program from an approved college or university. EXAMINATIONS National Physical Therapist Exam NPTE of the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy FSBPT . APPLICATION AND FEES 50 for application, 285 for exam, 60 for exam administration, 60 for 2-year license, and 70 for biennial compliance resolution fund. License renewal every 2 years is 100. CROSSWALK TO RELATED CODES...

Block Models Rehabilitation Therapy (Competency Model )
Block Models - Rehabilitation Therapy Back to model pyramid Rehabilitation Therapy Understanding the purpose of therapy as a means to restore the function of a patient client diagnosed with an illness or disability through therapeutic measures and reeducation to participate in the activities of a normal life within the limitations of the person's physical disability or health status. Critical Work Functions Understand the elements of a treatment plan for cognitive, emotional, physical, or psychosocial adjustment or development Understand the benefits of a rehabilitation therapy program appropriate to the patient’s needs and selected activity s Understand the various types and benefits of rehabilitative therapies Describe the general principles of health maintenance and personal hygiene Technical Content Areas Legislation Americans with Disabilities...

PHYSICAL THERAPIST-Utah (Occupation Licenses)
A physical therapist plans and administers medically prescribed physical therapy treatment programs for patients to relieve pain, restore function, and prevent disability.

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-Michigan (Occupation Licenses)
The practice of physical therapy encompasses the evaluation of, education of, consultation with, or treatment of an individual by the employment of effective properties of physical measures and the use of therapeutic exercises and rehabilitative procedures with or without assistive devices, for the purpose of preventing, correcting, or alleviating a physical or mental disability. Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants must be licensed with the Department of Community Health.

Physical Therapy Assistant-Alaska (Occupation Licenses)
License Exam Fees Non-refundable application fee 50 License 130 Biennial renewal 130 Temporary permit 50 Limited permit 50 Licensing Requirements Applicants must have graduated from an approved school of physical therapy, provide proof of a minimum of 60 hours of employment in physical therapy service within 24 months of application, and pass a national physical therapy exam. Sixty hour experience requirement waived if national exam passed with last 24 months.

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