Can You Offer Nutrition Advice in the State You Practice In?
If you are wondering if you can offer nutrition advice in the state you practice in, NutritionEd.org has created a reference guide.
Anyone can perform nutrition counseling on their own, and the APTA House of Delegates (HOD) recently passed a measure stating that PTs can and should provide nutritional counseling within their scope of training and education. But what about your state specifics?
What Does This Mean for You?
Check out one of our most popular blogs on this topic: Can PTs Give Nutrition Advice.
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