The New, New York Physical Therapy Continuing Education Requirement

New York has the Statue of Liberty, Times Square and now a new physical therapy continuing education requirement. That's right, all New York physical therapists and physical therapist assistants must now complete 36 hours of continuing education during each three-year registration period (www.op.nysed.gov). All those hours, how will you ever fit them into your busy schedule!? Well, you're from ‘the city that never sleeps, so you tell me.

I'm only kidding! The new, New York physical therapy continuing education requirement is going to be fairly simple the first go-round. Considered the initial phase-in period, the number of required hours will be pro-rated based on a PTs / PTAs current registration expiration. To determine the number of physical therapy continuing education hours needed during the phase-in period, please visit this chart provided by the Office of Professions. But now are you ready for some satisfying information?

Because you're new to the CE game, here's a little about our trusted products: Our text-based courses offer a vast array of user-friendly material in both mail (hard copy home study) and online formats, while our new premium continuing education product, Seminars-On-Demand, uses demonstrative video, slides, graphs, charts, and other visual aids to create a virtual classroom setting. And if live continuing education events are your druthers, then Rehab Rally Conference & Expo 2011 was made just for you.

HomeCEU courses have been approved through the provider process of the New York State Education Department. This means you can complete your entire New York physical therapy continuing education requirement with HomeCEUConnection.com online continuing education courses or join us in Orland, FL, at Rehab Rally Conference & Expo 2011. Whatever your mood, there's something to fit your groove and we make the process incredibly easy!

To learn more about the fresh New York physical therapy continuing education requirement visit www.op.nysed.gov or call us, toll-free, at 1-800-554-2387. We can't wait to serve our ‘Big Apple’ audience – so contact us with any questions!

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