Indiana Licensing Overview for a Physical Therapist
Licensing for a physical therapist in Indiana is controlled by the Indiana Physical Therapy Committee .
General Guidelines for a Physical Therapist in Indiana
Specific requirements to perform physical therapist services can generally be used as a guideline, but make sure to check with your local governing rules and regulations.
Who’s allowed to perform these services?
General requirements for a physical therapist license?
• Completed application with $100 application fee.
• Two recent passport-type photographs of the applicant, approximately 2×2 inches in size, signed in black ink along the bottom with each application.
• An official (certified) transcript of grades from the school the applicant obtained his or her degree that shows the degree has been conferred. Transcripts must come directly from the degree granting institution. Graduates of a foreign program must submit an official translation if the transcript is not in English.
• A notarized copy of a marriage certificate or an official affidavit indicating any legal name change, if your name differs from that on any documents.
• Graduates of a foreign program must submit a credentials evaluation completed within the last six (6) months. If an applicant has an evaluation that is greater than six (6) months old, they may request a letter from the credential evaluation service to accompany their outdated evaluation which would indicate that if an evaluation were completed at present the outcome would not change. Approved credentialing services are available here.
• Social Security Number – your application cannot be processed without this information
• Criminal Background Check
What’s the state licensing site for a physical therapist?
What are some training programs available for a physical therapist?
How long is a license good for and when do I need to renew?
License expired every June 30 of even-numbered years..
What are fees associated with licensing?