PHYSICAL THERAPY APPROVALS
Provider Name : TMR Seminars/ Total Motion Release Seminars
Course Approved Under The Name: Learn Spinal Manipulation/TMR Manipulation
FSBPT-PROCERT : Approved For 16 CE Hours till 06/2020. FSBPT-Procert covers : Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Approved only for ATs & PTs currently.
APPROVED (Directly): Illinois, Maryland, Texas, New York, Louisiana
APPROVED BY : Ohio PT Association for 15.75 hours (Approval # 19S1231)
APPROVED BY : TX PT Association for 16 hours (Approval # 70494TX)
LA PT BOARD : Approved
APPROVED BY : NV PT BOARD (NV PT BOARD OF EXAMINERS)
APPROVED BY : NJ PT BOARD (NJBPTE) APPROVAL # 1711-35
APPROVED BY : WV PT BOARD (Approval # TMRS-R19-10)
APPROVED BY : OKLAHOMA PT BOARD ( Approval # 201910327)
APPROVED (Indirectly via APTA(or its chapters), via another state’s approval, the state does require CEU’s or the state has no pre-approval prerequisites): Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Iowa : Does Not Pre-Approve courses. We meet Board Requirements. Click Here For More Info and Guidelines
No CEU Requirements – MA, MAINE
Colorado : We fall in Category -1 of the Board Requirements. Click Here To Read More
Washington : Does not pre-approve courses. Click Here For Board Website
COURSE IS APPROVED IN FLORIDA BY :
Course Tracking # : 20 – 658973
i) FLORIDA PT BOARD
ii) FLORIDA ATHLETIC TRAINING BOARD
BOC – We are an Approved BOC Provider. Our BOC Provider # – P3595.
Approvals are for 16 credits unless stated otherwise. Please direct any specific inquiries to our seminar coordinator, Sam, at email@example.com. You should always contact your State Board directly to be sure.