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Massachusetts Physical Therapy License Exemptions
Employment by Federal Government or Military
Any person employed as an athletic trainer or occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant or physical therapist or physical therapist assistant by the Government of the United States or any agency of it, if such person provides occupational therapy or physical therapy solely under the direction or control of the organization by which he is employed.
Short Term Practice
Any person performing athletic training services or occupational therapy services or physical therapy services in the commonwealth if these services are performed for no more than two (2) days in a calendar year in association with an athletic trainer or occupational therapist or physical therapist licensed under this section, if the person is licensed under the law of another state which has licensure requirements at least as stringent as the MA licensing requirements.
Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 112 § 23E