Senate Bill 0166
DIGEST OF SB166 (Updated February 2, 2006 5:09 pm - DI 84)
Physical therapy. Prohibits a physical therapist from performing a manipulation of the spine. Allows a physical therapist to provide subsequent treatment to a patient who was previously referred to the physical therapist for the same condition if: (1) the referral was given not more than six months before the request for subsequent treatment; and (2) the physical therapist contacts the referring provider within three days. Allows a physical therapist to evaluate a patient without a referral, but requires the physical therapist to contact the patient's appropriate provider and obtain a referral before providing treatment. Specifies that a physical therapist may perform sharp debridement only on the order of a physician. Removes the authority that allows physical therapists to practice physical therapy upon the order or referral of a psychologist.
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Conference Committee Reports
- Filed: >0166-1, >0166-1(PDF), >0166-2, >0166-2(PDF), >0166-3, >0166-3(PDF), >0166-4, >0166-4(PDF)
- Passed: >0166-2, >0166-2(PDF), >0166-4, >0166-4(PDF)