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Originally Posted by real mccoy accountancy ko . . ahm an PT kay masahesta man na sila hehe! cge lng... kamo nlng bahala asa ninyo ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by real mccoy View Post
    accountancy ko . . ahm an PT kay masahesta man na sila hehe!
    cge lng... kamo nlng bahala asa ninyo dad-a inyo mama or papa simbako ma stroke, fracture, .... etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by real mccoy View Post
    accountancy ko . . ahm an PT kay masahesta man na sila hehe!
    Salamat. Pagkwenta sa ug swertres didto basin mudaog ka.

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    Sa US dili na sila mo hire ug fresh graduates unless naa kay Masters or Doctorate degree sa PT


    Why pamper life's complexities when the leather runs smooth on the passenger seat?

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    im just playing around guys . . . it dont mean anything. peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by real mccoy View Post
    im just playing around guys . . . it dont mean anything. peace
    I understand. No big thingy. In this country, any profession is ridiculed including PT's, Nurses, Law enforcers, Teachers, etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EZRA View Post
    Sa US dili na sila mo hire ug fresh graduates unless naa kay Masters or Doctorate degree sa PT
    Actually sir ang atong curriculum is already a master's degree level mao salamat sa Ginoo pwede pata... mao nga ang issue na is from 2015 onwards because as some had mentioned (here) doctorate level..

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    "5. Can I practice without a DPT?
    Absolutely! The right to practice physical therapy is granted by states through licensure. Licensure requires graduation from an accredited professional PT education program, passing the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE), and meeting state/jurisdiction licensure requirements. Graduates possessing a professional baccalaureate, masters, certificate, or doctoral degree are currently licensed in the workforce. However, students who graduate from a Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE)-accredited program after January 2015 and are eligible to sit for the licensure examination will hold the DPT degree.

    please correct me if im wrong...
    kaning last sentence, sa ako lng sabot ani, kato ra ning mga graduates after 2015 na gikan sa school na CAPTE-accredited program nya mo take ug exam, DPT na ilang degree... sakto ba?


    from apta pdf,..( idk where did i get it ky gireset nko ang computer but i manage to find it in a mail).. but if i open the files in the website, mo Log-in pka..) btw, i posted the link on this on page 2 or 3..

    "Last Updated: 08/22/12

    EDUCATIONAL DEGREE QUALIFICATION FOR PHYSICAL THERAPISTS HOD P06-12-15-04 [Amended HOD P06-
    03-22-18; Initial HOD 06-60-00-03] [Position]
    Consistent with current Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) criteria, the American
    Physical Therapy Association shall consider attainment of a postbaccalaureate degree as the minimum professional
    education qualification for physical therapists who graduate from a program accredited by CAPTE from 2003 to December
    31, 2017. Effective January 1, 2018, the American Physical Therapy Association shall consider attainment of a Doctor of
    Physical Therapy degree as the minimum professional education qualification for physical therapists who graduate from a
    program accredited by the CAPTE in 2018 or thereafter.

    Relationship to Vision 2020: Doctor of Physical Therapy; (Academic/Clinical Education Affairs Department, ext 3203)"

    ^^or this is from the old meeting?
    Kinsay APTA member dre?

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    Akong Tita kay PT sa states and required jud na DPT for graduates who graduate on 2015 onwards BUT if you got your degree before January 2015 they can consider depending sa imo accreditation result sa FCCPT as they may recommend additional schooling to make up the deficiencies on your evaluation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremiahjay View Post
    Actually sir ang atong curriculum is already a master's degree level mao salamat sa Ginoo pwede pata... mao nga ang issue na is from 2015 onwards because as some had mentioned (here) doctorate level..
    Mao ba? if that's the case, maayo!! .. at least dili alkanse ang katung mga ga intern ug ang padung na mo graduate. nd if they're adding classes to their curriculum para ma DPT direcho inig graduate, that's really good. Nagstorya man gud mi sa akong sister bahin ani, she has a Doctorate's degree sa PT which she acquired just recently after working sa States for 25 years... mao iyang gi mention nga mao lagi, di na kuno mo hire ug fresh graduate ug walay Masters or Doctorate's degree.

    Ako dili PT ako ra naglahi sa akong mga igsuon ..2 brothers and my Sister puros PT. Hasta akong mama PT. My family used to have an out-patient clinic down in Florida sa una pero my Mom sold it kay padung na siya retire ato...karun retired na intawn akong mama.


    Why pamper life's complexities when the leather runs smooth on the passenger seat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prodinterios View Post
    @Kristiano
    Akong Tita kay PT sa states and required jud na DPT for graduates who graduate on 2015 onwards BUT if you got your degree before January 2015 they can consider depending sa imo accreditation result sa FCCPT as they may recommend additional schooling to make up the deficiencies on your evaluation.
    i see.. Thank you kau sir!!
    Paeta. Mahal pa ang tuition krn. magmasters pka pra lng makatungtung sa US.. Gasto na pd.. Skwelahan ry nadato...hehe

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