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Washington Physical Therapy License Reinstatement
The credential status is expired if the practitioner does not renew on or before the expiration date. The practitioner must not practice until the credential is returned to active status.
Any renewal that is postmarked or presented to the department after midnight on the expiration date is late, and subject to a late renewal penalty fee. The late penalty fee will be waived if:
A credential is returned to active status by complying with the following:
Expired for one (1) renewal cycle or less:
Expired for more than one (1) renewal cycle but less than three (3) years:
Expired for over three (3) years: