PT Restore a License

Restore a License  

1.  If you are currently licensed as a PT or PTA in good standing in another state, district, or territory of the U.S. you must submit:

2.  If you are NOT currently licensed in another state, district or territory of the U.S. you must submit the following based on how long your Texas license has been expired.

Expired 1 - 5 years

  • a completed PT Restoration Form;
  • a passing score on the applicant Jurisprudence Exam;
  • verification of licensure from all states in which you have held a license;
  • the restoration fee; and one of the following:
    • PT
      • completion of an advanced degree in PT within the last five years;
      • 480 hours of Supervised Clinical Practice completed over a continuous 12 month period and 30 CCUs, * (SCP/CC);
      • a retake score report showing a passing score on the national examination.
    • PTA
      • completion of an advanced degree in PT within the last five years;
      • 320 hours of Supervised Clinical Practice completed over a continuous 12 month period and 20 CCUs,* (SCP/CC);
      • a retake score report showing a passing score on the national examination.

* Required CCU must be board-approved, include 2 CCUs of approved ethics/professional responsibility activities, and taken within the previous 24 months.

Expired 5 years or more

 

 
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