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California Physical Therapy Inactive Status
Who can apply for inactive status?
Upon written request, the board may grant inactive status to a licensee if, at the time of application for inactive status, the license is current and not suspended, revoked, or otherwise punitively restricted by the board
What can I practice while on inactive status?
The licensee shall not engage in any activity for which a license is required.
Does inactive status need to be renewed?
An inactive license shall be renewed during the same time period in which an active license or certificate is renewed. Any continuing education requirements for renewing a license are waived.
How can I change inactive status to “active?
To restore an inactive license to an active status, the holder shall do both of the following:
16 CCR § 1399.98