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Massachusetts Physical Therapy 

Welcome to our Massachusetts Physical Therapy FAQs.  We've combined the state laws, board rules, and position statements to create a clear guide on the rules that must be followed by PTs and PTAs.

Massachusetts Medicaid Coverage of Physical and Occupational Therapy 


Scope of Practice

Direct Access and Referrals

Supervision and Delegation




Temporary Permits

License Exemptions

Licensure by Endorsement

License Reinstatement 


Identification and Notifications


Board Fees

Fee Schedules

Massachusetts Medicaid and Workers Comp Fee Schedules 

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