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The monthly News Brief provides important updates and timely information to FSBPT members and stakeholders.

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February FSBPT News Brief - Volume 21, No 02

February 2019 Volume 21, Number 2 Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy In this News Brief: Regulatory Training for Members ... Read More

January FSBPT News Brief - Volume 21, No 01

January 2019 Volume 21, Number 01 Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy Happy 2019! In this News Brief: Call for Presentat... Read More

December FSBPT News Brief - Volume 20, No 12

In this News Brief: Help Us Get Ready for 2019 Visit FSBPT and the PT Compact at the APTA 2019 Combined Sections Meeting – Washingto... Read More

Dry Needling Competencies Report Now Available!

For several years, U.S. jurisdictions have sought information from the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) regarding the ability of... Read More

Draft Physical Therapy Licensure Compact Available for Review

FSBPT just posted the draft Physical Therapy Licensure Compact (PTLC) at We are soliciting comments with the following guidelines:... Read More

NPTE Eligibility Requirements Update

BACKGROUND At the FSBPT 2014 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, FSBPT shared a timeline for implementation of the new NPTE eligibility requirements. ... Read More

ProCert Continuing Competence Activity Certification Program Now in 20 Jurisdictions

Arkansas is the most recent state to accept ProCert certification of continuing education courses and conferences. Any ProCert certified activities wi... Read More

The Physicians Foundation reports on scope of practice

The Physicians Foundation is a nonprofit organization that seeks to advance the work of practicing physicians and help facilitate the delivery of heal... Read More

FSBPT can assist your state in moving towards continuing competence

FSBPT recognizes the challenges that jurisdiction boards face when pursuing changes to existing continuing education or continuing competence requirem... Read More