The Alabama Board of Physical Therapy provides an impaired Practioners program for all licensees. If you are current licensee finding yourself with an addiction, there is help. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
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Official license verifications may be requested online. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.
License renewal period runs July 1st through October 1st. All Licenses expire at midnight October 1st. Ten hours of continuing education is required upon renewal.
The Alabama Board of Physical Therapy receives complaints against its licensees and will determine if the complaint falls within its jurisdiction; if so, an investigation will be conducted. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT FILING A COMPLAINT.
The mission of the Alabama Board of Physical Therapy is to actively promote and protect the health
of the citizens of Alabama through effective regulation of the profession of physical therapy.
Ensure that individuals practicing physical therapy meet sufficient standards of education,
training, competence, and ethics, as defined in the laws and rules governing the profession.
Define and advocate for standards of safe physical therapy practice, and ensure that
the laws and rules governing the practice accurately reflect current standards.
Provide information about the physical therapy licensees, the Board’s functions
and operations, and the laws governing the practice of physical therapy.
Investigate and discipline licensees whose practice fails to meet the minimum standards of professional practice.
Click here to renew your expired license or access other available services.
Click here to view the current status of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants licensed in Alabama.