Legal notice: Courses that are eligible for CE credit for physical therapists (PTs) or physical therapists assistants (PTAs) are approved by the Florida Board of Physical Therapy Association.
In addition, CE approval for PTs will be sought and pre-approved in the state the onsite course is being held in only if pre-approval is required in that particular state. Some courses may not be eligible for CE credit. It is the participant’s responsibility to verify if their licensing agency accepts reciprocity with the Florida Board of Physical Therapy Association.
(Please note: Online only courses are approved by the Florida Board of Physical Therapy Association only.) Enrolled student must provide us with FL license number upon signing up in order for us to report to CE Broker and FL DOH. The Company is not currently a BOC, AOTA, or CME provider. A certificate will be issued at successful completion of the course.
If you have questions pertaining to your individual state requirements, you will need to go to your state board’s website and research regulations and requirements. It is the registrant and/or student’s responsibility to become knowledgeable about requirements within their own state. Course participants are responsible for submitting their own continuing education certificates and additional requirements independently per their own licensure and state board regulations.
We accept no liability for information provided or for rejection of continuing education credits by any governing authority.
The use of the term Certified Nutritional Physical Therapist (CNPT) includes the words Physical Therapy or Physical Therapists, which are protected terms in most states and countries. Earning this certificate does not grant a non-physical therapy licensed person the use of the Certified Nutritional Physical Therapists (CNPT) credential or any other form of PT, physical therapy, or physical therapist's title or expressed services. The CNPT credential can only be used by those actively licensed, registered, or chartered to be a physical therapist. Other healthcare professional may not use the credential or label themselves as a PT, physical therapist, or claim to be providing physical therapy with the credential. For more information regarding the protected title of PT, physical therapy, and physical therapist, please see the APTA Term Protection here: http://www.apta.org/TermProtection/
Accreditation of this course does not necessarily imply the FPTA supports the views of the presenter or the sponsors.