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Illinois Physical Therapy License Exemptions
Graduate Education Programs
The practice of physical therapy as part of an educational program by a physical therapist licensed in another state or country for a period not to exceed six (6) months.
Short Term Practice or Emergency
The practice of physical therapy for a period not exceeding six (6) months by a person who is in this State on a temporary basis to assist in a case of medical emergency or to engage in a special physical therapy project, and who meets the qualifications for a physical therapist and is licensed in another state as a physical therapist.
225 ILCS 90/2