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 Jurisprudence Assessment Module*;
  • 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

*Beginning June 1, 2017, individuals renewing their license will be required to take the PT Board's new Texas Jurisprudence Assessment Module (TX JAM). The TX JAM will replace the current Jurisprudence (JP) Exam. For more information, click here.

 
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