The Wyoming Legislature created the Board of Physical Therapy in 1961 to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public by regulating the practice of physical therapy.
The Board is not the same as the Wyoming Physical Therapy Association. The Board, unlike the association, does not advocate on behalf of the licensee, but on behalf of the public consumer. While the Board and the Association may collaborate, their roles are different.
PUBLIC NOTICE FOR PROPOSED RULES
THE WYOMING STATE BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
Public notice is hereby given that the Wyoming State Board of Physical Therapy intends to act on the following proposed rules. These are rules necessary to administer the Physical Therapy Act. These rules and regulations are proposed by authority of the Board to regulate the qualifications and establish standards of performance for persons licensed as Physical Therapists and certified as Physical Therapist Assistants in Wyoming. These rules provide for enforcement and proper administration of the provisions of the Physical Therapy Act. These rules will replace chapters 6 and 7 of the previously filed rules and regulations of the Wyoming State Board of Physical Therapy. These proposed rules are available for review here:Chapter 6 - Clean
Chapter 7 - Stricken
Written comments should be submitted to the following address no later than October 7, 2015:
2001 Capitol Ave RM 104
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Or by email at email@example.com
A public hearing will be held by the Wyoming State Board of Physical Therapy if requested by twenty-five (25) persons, by a governmental subdivision, or by an association having not less than twenty-five (25) members. Requests for a hearing should be directed to the agency at the above address by the date specified above. Notice of the hearing will be provided to all persons making a timely request therefore.
Commenters may request a statement of principal reasons for overruling the consideration urged by the commenter. If requested, the statement will be issued either prior to or within thirty (30) days after agency action.