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Virginia PT Inactive Status
A physical therapist or physical therapist assistant who holds a current, unrestricted license in Virginia shall, upon a request on the renewal application and submission of the required renewal fee of $70 for a physical therapist and $35 for a physical therapist assistant, be issued an inactive license.
A physical therapist or physical therapist assistant who holds an inactive license may reactivate his license by:
Completing of the number of continuing competency hours required for the period in which the license has been inactive, not to exceed four (4) years.
18 VAC 112-20-135