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    For 2022 Renewals - Begins March 14, 2022​

     If you no longer need/want your Maryland Physical Therapy License, simply do nothing, you will automatically become inactive if you fail to renew. If at any time you wish to become active again, you may Reinstate your license.
     Update your address during the renewal period. If you have incurred an address fine, your license cannot be issued until the $100 address fine has been paid.

    Licenses are renewed biennially on an odd-even basis via an on-line system:
    License numbers ending with an odd-number renew in odd-numbered years.
    License numbers ending with an even number renew in even-numbered years.
    Continuing Education renewal requirements (COMAR 10.38.05):
    Physical Therapist shall earn 3.0 CEUs equal to 30 contact hours
    Physical Therapist Assistant shall earn 2.0 CEUs equal to 20 contact hours
    Questions on Continuing Education? Click here to view Title 10; Chapter 8
    Questions? Contact Deputy Director of Administration Okehie @ Ogui.Okehie@maryland.gov

    After July 1, 2022, all expired licenses must be reinstated.  
    Please complete and submit The Reinstatement Application,  to reinstate your expired license.