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Virginia PT License Exemptions
Military Spouse Exemption
This chapter shall not apply to the performance of the duties of any commissioned or contract physical therapist or physical therapist assistant while practicing in the United States Armed Services, United States Public Health Service or United States Veterans Administration as based on requirements under federal regulations for state licensure of health care providers.
Short Term Practice
A physical therapist or a physical therapist assistant licensed or certified and in good standing with the applicable regulatory agency in the state, District of Columbia, or Canada where the practitioner resides when the practitioner is in Virginia temporarily to practice for no longer than sixty (60) days:
Va. Code Ann. § 54.1-3476