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Documentation is the backbone of health care. Home health PT documentation helps physical therapists keep track of all the vital information they need to know about their patients, document goals, log exercises and advice relevant to each case, and track progress.
Most states require physical therapy continuing education courses regularly to earn CEUs toward maintaining active licensure. Only Maine, Massachusetts and South Dakota do not require PT CEUs to renew licenses.
The Physical Therapy Compact was designed to enable therapists to carry their same license to other states without starting the licensure process from scratch.
The stars at night are big and bright — if you know what follows that, the Lone Star State may be the next logical stop for your travel healthcare career.