The Physical Therapy Compact is an agreement between member states to improve access to physical therapy services for the public by increasing the mobility of eligible physical therapy providers to work in multiple states. The Physical Therapy Compact was officially enacted on April 25, 2017, when the tenth U.S. state enacted the Compact legislation.
The Physical Therapy Compact Commission is the governing body comprised of the member states established to implement the provisions of the PT Compact.
The PT Compact, a mechanism to allow licensed physical therapy practitioners to practice across state lines, is seeking input from the physical therapy profession to inform its growth strategy. We invite all licensed physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, as well as physical therapy students and educators to respond to the survey linked below.
The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete and will close on Sunday, August 15. Your data will be held as confidential and will only be used for research purposes. Data will be analyzed by the PT Compact's survey partner, McKinley Advisors, to protect confidentiality and anonymity of responses.
For more information, the PT Compact website can be accessed at www.ptcompact.org.