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Utah Physical Therapy Unlawful Conduct

"Unlawful conduct" means conduct, by any person, that is defined as unlawful under this title and includes:

Practicing or engaging in, representing oneself to be practicing or engaging in, or attempting to practice or engage in any profession requiring licensure under this title if the person is:

    • Not licensed to do so or not exempted from licensure under this title; or
    • Restricted from doing so by a suspended, revoked, restricted, temporary, probationary, or inactive license;
    • Impersonating another licensee or practicing a profession under a false or assumed name, except as permitted by law; or
    • For a licensee who has had a license under this title reinstated following disciplinary action, practicing the same profession using a different name than the name used before the disciplinary action, except as permitted by law and after notice to, and approval by, the division.

Knowingly employing any other person to practice or engage in or attempt to practice or engage in any profession licensed under this title if the employee is not licensed to do so under this title.

Knowingly permitting the person's authority to practice or engage in any profession licensed under this title to be used by another, except as permitted by law.

Obtaining a passing score on a licensure examination, applying for or obtaining a license, or otherwise dealing with the division or a licensing board through the use of fraud, forgery, or intentional deception, misrepresentation, misstatement, or omission.

Issuing, or aiding and abetting in the issuance of, an order or prescription for a drug or device to a person located in this state:

    • Without prescriptive authority conferred by a license issued under this title, or by an exemption to licensure under this title; or
    • With prescriptive authority conferred by an exception issued under this title or a multistate practice privilege recognized under this title, if the prescription was issued without first obtaining information, in the usual course of professional practice, that is sufficient to establish a diagnosis, to identify underlying conditions, and to identify contraindications to the proposed treatment.

Aiding or abetting any other person to violate any statute, rule, or order regulating a profession under this title.


Utah Code § 58-1-501

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