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Texas PT Supervision and Delegation
On-site supervision--The physical therapist or physical therapist assistant is on the premises and readily available to respond.
Supervision--The delegation and continuing direction by a person or persons responsible for the practice of physical therapist, physical therapist assistant, or physical therapy aide as specified in the Physical Therapy Practice Act.
Which services can only be performed by a PT?
The PT’s professional responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
What are the responsibilities of the PT when delegating?
The PT holds primary responsibility for physical therapy care rendered under his supervision.
22 Tex. Admin. Code §321.1
22 Tex. Admin. Code §322.2