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New York Physical Therapy

Welcome to our New York 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. 

FAQs

Continuing Education

  • How many continuing education hours are required during a reporting period?
  • Can CE credits be carried over into the next reporting period?
  • Are there any specific courses that must be taken?
  • What types of activities can be used for the continuing education requirements?
  • What type of approval is needed for the courses?
  • What are the reporting requirements?
  • Waivers and audits 
Scope of Practice
    • How is physical therapy defined in New York?
    • What is specifically excluded from the practice?
    • Are there any special trainings or requirements?
Wound Care

Medications - Iontophoresis/Phonophoresis

Direct Access and Referrals

Assistants

Aides

Students

Limited Permits PTs

Limited Permits PTAs

Documentation 

Identification

Advertising

Infection Control

Unprofessional Conduct



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