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Michigan Physical Therapy Supervision and Delegation

In addition to our guides and sample policies we provide ongoing and comprehensive support for our members.       


PT Responsibilities 

    • What are that different levels of supervision?
    • Which services can only be performed by a licensed PT?
    • What are the responsibilities of the PT when delegating?
    • What is the ratio between the supervising PT and assistive personnel?


    • What tasks can an aide perform?
    • What tasks are aides expressly prohibited from performing?
    • What are the responsibilities of the PT/PTA when delegating to an aide?
    • What level of supervision is required?
    • What is the ratio between supervising PTs and aides?
    • How do aides need to be identified in a clinical setting?


    • Which services are PTAs allowed to perform?
    • Are there specific services that PTAs are prohibited from practicing?
    • What level of supervision is required?
    • When does the supervising PT need to reevaluate/reassess a patient?
    • Does the supervising PT need to co-sign documentation created by the PTA?
    • What is the ratio between supervising PTs and PTAs?
    • How do PTAs need to be identified in a clinical setting?

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