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Board Meeting​

The next special Board Meeting will take place on September 17, 2020 at 9:00 AM via Zoom.   If you would like a link to the meeting please contact Steve at stephen.curley@ky.gov. 
 

Complaint
Committee 2019

The 2019 Complaint Committee Meeting will take place in closed Executive Session on September 15, 2020  at 2:00 pm.

 

Complaint Committee 2020

The 2020 Complaint Committee Meeting will take place in closed Executive Session on September 15, 2020  at 2:30 pm.

 

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Compact Commission

Physical Therapy Compact Commission Rules (PDF 748 MB)

Physical Therapy Compact Commission Bylaws (PDF 480 MB)

Kentucky Board of Physical Therapy

 

What's New

Kentucky Governor Beshear's
Healthy at Work Initiative


June 11, 2020

Click Here (PDF-366KB) for a letter from the Chair of the Kentucky Board of Physical Therapy concerning physical therapy settings expanding "one patient per therapist" treatment during the COVID-19 outbreak.


April 27, 2020

Click here for the Governor’s latest guidance document for physical therapy settings.  Note: students who otherwise observe the same safety protocols listed in this guidance document as currently required of their supervising physical therapists may perform clinical rotations EXCEPT in congregate living settings (i.e., skilled care, long term care, residential facility, prisons, etc.).

April 24, 2020

A letter from the Chair of the Kentucky Board of Physical Therapy concerning physical therapy settings reopening during the COVID-19 outbreak. Click Here (PDF- 532KB)

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PTs and PTAs Not Credentialed in Kentucky – Register for Telehealth Practice during Kentucky’s State of Emergency

Please read the instructions on registering for the ability to practice telehealth in the Commonwealth of Kentucky during its state of emergency with an out-of-state license or certificate.  After reviewing the instructions, click here to apply.  Once you apply, you cannot start practice until you receive a confirmation email from the Board.

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ALERT

You are encouraged to be on alert for a scam that has been reportedly targeting Kentucky license holders. During the reported incident, the scammer calls the license holder and states the licensee is being investigated by the board or that there is a problem with their license. The message may request a return call to an out of state number. 
  
If you are contacted, please report the incident to local law enforcement and the Kentucky Board of Physical Therapy by calling 502-429-7140 or KYBPT@KY.GOV.
 
The Kentucky Board of Physical Therapy will never call and ask for your personal information, such as a social security number, related to an investigation.
 
 

 

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