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Ohio Out-of-State Therapists
Can I practice in state if I am licensed in another state?
Nothing shall prevent or restrict the activities or services of any person who holds a current, unrestricted license to practice physical therapy in another state when that person, pursuant to contract or employment with an athletic team located in the state in which the person holds the license, provides physical therapy to any of the following while the team is traveling to or from or participating in a sporting event in this state:
In providing physical therapy the person shall not do either of the following:
What is the process for getting reciprocity in Ohio?
The physical therapy section may issue a license by endorsement to an applicant who is currently licensed as a physical therapist or physical therapist assistant under the laws of another state, provided the requirements for registration or licensure under the appropriate category in that state, including minimal education and passing score on the national physical therapy examination (NPTE) were reasonably equal to the requirements in force in this state on the date of the applicant's initial licensure in the other state.
An applicant who has been out of the practice of physical therapy for a period of five or more years shall:
Out of practice is defined as being actively engaged in the practice of physical therapy for fewer than five (500) hundred hours over the five (5) year period prior to the date the applicant submits the endorsement application.
Ohio Rev. Code § 4755.48
Ohio Admin. Code § 4755-23-04