Perhaps you’re in school studying to become a Physiotherapist, or maybe you’re already working as a Physio; whether a student or working professional, the possibility of working temporarily or immigrating to another country appeals to many. In addition to courage and an adventurous spirit, you need information about the immigration and credentialing processes required to work in the country of your dreams. You also need to invest time in reading and studying information about becoming licensed in the US. This article presents introductory information about physical therapy credentialing processes in the United States.
The Foreign Credentialing Commission on Physical Therapy (FCCPT) is dedicated to supporting the efforts of foreign-educated Physios to come to the US to practice as a physical therapist, and is pleased to be asked to present information on the credentialing and licensure process. The FCCPT is the only credentialing agency whose evaluations are accepted in all 53 licensure jurisdictions in the United States. FCCPT is also the ONLY qualifying organization dedicated exclusively to the review and evaluation of physical therapy credentials for immigration and licensure.
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