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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 112. Board of Physical Therapy

Chapter 20. Regulations Governing the Practice of Physical TherapyRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Section 25
Current name and address
Section 26
Criteria for delegation of informal fact-finding proceedings to an agency subordinate
Section 27
Section 30
General requirements
Section 40
Education requirements: graduates of approved programs
Section 50
Education requirements: graduates of schools not approved by an accrediting agency approved by the board
Section 60
Requirements for licensure by examination
Section 65
Requirements for licensure by endorsement
Section 70
Traineeship for unlicensed graduate scheduled to sit for the national examination
Section 80
Section 81
Requirements for direct access certification
Section 90
General responsibilities
Section 100
Supervisory responsibilities
Section 110
Section 120
Responsibilities to patients
Section 130
Biennial renewal of license
Section 131
Continued competency requirements for renewal of an active license
Section 135
Inactive license
Section 136
Reinstatement requirements
Section 140
Traineeship requirements
Section 150
Section 151
Section 160
Requirements for patient records
Section 170
Confidentiality and practitioner-patient communication
Section 180
Practitioner responsibility
Section 190
Sexual contact
Section 200
Advertising ethics
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