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Foreign Educated Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants

If you are a graduate of a foreign physical therapist (PT) or physical therapist assistant (PTA) education program and want to work in the United States but don’t know where to start, you are in the right place! Answer a series of questions and you will be directed to the information you need to become a PT or PTA in the United States.

Are you currently licensed?

YesNo

Do you need an additional license?

YesNo

Are you a US Citizen?

YesNo

Are you a currently living in the US?

YesNo

Do you know what kind of work permit/Visa you plan to use?

YesNo

Are you a US Citizen?

YesNo

Are you currently living in the US?

YesNo

Do you know what kind of work permit/Visa you plan to use?

YesNo
If you are not a United States citizen, but interested in working in the United States, there are a few options to legally enter and work in the country. There is no one path for every foreign national physical therapist or physical therapist assistant to enter the United States to work. Each individual will need to seek out information for his/her situation.

Please click here for important immigration and visa information.

Was your first degree in physical therapy from a CAPTE accredited program?

YesNo

Have you had an education credentials review completed?

YesNo

Has your education been deemed substantially equivalent?

YesNo

Our Recommendation

Based on your answers we recommend that you visit our webpage with information about the following: 

  • State Licensure Requirements
  • Transferring your National Physical Therapy Examination Score
  • State-specific Jurisprudence Requirement
  • Licensure by Endorsement

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Our Recommendation

Based on your answers we recommend that you visit our webpage with information about the following:

  • Immigration

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Our Recommendation

Based on your answers we recommend that you visit our webpage with information about the following:

  • State Licensure Requirements
  • National Physical Therapy Examination.

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Our Recommendation

Based on your answers we recommend that you visit our webpage with information about the following:

  • State Licensure Requirements
  • National Physical Therapy Examination
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language
  • Supervised Clinical Practice.

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Our Recommendation

Based on your answers we recommend that you visit our webpage with information about the following:

  • Duke University’s Foreign Educated Physical Therapy Online Course
  • Planned Learning and Assistance Network
  • Post-graduate Experience Criteria and Use
  • College Level Examination Program
  • The transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy Education Programs.

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Our Recommendation

Based on your answers we recommend that you visit our webpage with information about the following:

  • Education Credentials Review
  • Credentialing Agencies
  • The Coursework Tools.

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Our Recommendation

Based on your answers we recommend that you visit our webpage with information about the following:

  • Immigration
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