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Georgia Occupational Therapy Scope of Practice
Definition of Occupational Therapy
"Occupational therapy" includes but is not limited to the following:
Physical Agent Modalities
"Physical agent modalities" means treatment techniques which utilize heat, light, sound, cold, electricity, or mechanical devices and also means electrical therapeutic modalities which induce heat or electrical current beneath the skin, including but not limited to therapeutic ultrasound, galvanism, microwave, diathermy, and electro muscular stimulation, and also means hydrotherapy
Ga. Code Ann. § 43-28-3
Ga. Code Ann. § 43-28-8.1