Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy

Board Office Updates

The State of Wyoming has adjusted its work policies to protect the health and safety of our staff and licensees. Effective immediately and until further notice, board staff will be working remotely.

Although the office will remain open, due to limited staffing we encourage you to e-mail board staff with inquiries. While we are constantly monitoring phone traffic, e-mail is the most efficient way to reach us:

JoAnn Reid - joann.reid@wyo.gov

Carla Fleming - carla.fleming@wyo.gov

If you need to speak with a staff member, please call the office and leave a voicemail message. We will return your call as quickly as possible.

We continue to accept and process applications as usual, though processing times may be slightly delayed.

Telehealth Guidance Statement

The Board held an emergency meeting on March 17, 2020, during which they voted to release a guidance statement regarding physical therapists and telehealth. The Board reviewed and extended the guidance statement at their meeting on May 8, 2020. You can view the statement by clicking here :

Governor Mark Gordon announced the launch of a state government webpage that will provide resources and information on the COVID-19 outbreak.

The webpage may be viewed at covid19.wyo.gov.

Public Records Requests

In regard to requests for public records, the designated public records person for the Board of Physical Therapy is JoAnn Reid. Her contact information is:

JoAnn Reid

Board of Physical Therapy

2001 Capitol Ave, Room 105

Cheyenne, WY 82002



Continuing Education

During the meeting held May 8, 2020, the Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy approved the following guidance regarding continuing competence units for the 2020 and 2021 renewal periods:

CCU COVID-19 Policy

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.

The Wyoming Board of Physical Therapy is staffed through the Professional Licensing Boards Office, a division of A&I.