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Massachusetts Physical Therapy License Reinstatement

A license which has lapsed may be reinstated upon fulfilling the following conditions:

  • Payment of any past due license fee, a late fee and the current license fee;
  • Presentation of evidence satisfactory to the Board of having completed all required continuing education credits;
  • Acknowledgement of practice during the period the license was expired; and
  • Completion of any other Board requirements.

If not practicing during the period the license was expired:

  • Payment of the application fee, a late fee and the current license fee;
  • Presentation of evidence satisfactory to the Board of having completed any required continuing education credits;
  • Acknowledgement of non-practice during the period the license was expired; and
  • Completion of any other Board requirements.

If practicing in another state during the period the Massachusetts license was expired:

  • Payment of the application fee, a late fee and the current license fee;
  • Official record of standing or certified statement indicating the license is in good standing in the state of current licensure if licensure is required; and
  • Presentation of evidence satisfactory to the Board of having completed any required continuing education credits.

The Board may refer cases of unlicensed practice to appropriate law enforcement authorities for prosecution.

Citations

259 CMR 2.05


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