URGENT! – Update to PTA Licensure

Posted on November 25, 2014 by Chapter Staff

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Originally Published in HAPTA’s e-Newsletter, What’s HAPTAnin’ – November 2014

Important Announcement for PTAs

Pursuant to Act 220 (SLH 2013) and effective December 1, 2014, all PTAs must be licensed by the Board of Physical Therapy in order to provide physical therapy services in the State of Hawaii.  Any physical therapy services provided after this date without a license shall be considered to be unlicensed activity, and may subject an individual to disciplinary action by the Regulated Industries Complaints Office of the State’s Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs.

The following are the requirements and procedure to obtain a PTA license form the Board:

1. PTA Licensing Requirements 

a. To qualify for licensure as a PTA, an applicant must:

– Submit an application to the Board (license applications are available on the Board’s website: http://ploneadmin.hawaii.gov/dcca/pvl/boards/physicaltherapy/

One thought on “URGENT! – Update to PTA Licensure

  • pola knight

    PTA licensure is effect Dec. 01, 2014…what happens to the PTA’s who’s licenses applications are still in process by the state after this date? We cannot practice / work. Can we apply for unemployment ? Is there any way to get an extension? I sent in my application in early November and it is still pending, now I am not able to work. Is there anything HAPTA can do for all the PTA’s who sent in their applications, but due to processing by the state, we are still pending out license?

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