Effective March 1, 2019, the Office of Professional and Occupational Regulation (OPOR) will no longer issue paper license verifications. License verifications are available, free of charge, on OPOR’s official database, database is updated in real time as changes occur.The Office of Professional and Occupational Regulation considers this information to be a secure, primary source for license verification.


Are You a Mandated Reporter?

Maine law requires that medical, mental health and social services personnel immediately report or cause a report to be made to the Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) when the provider knows or has reasonable cause to suspect that an incapacitated or dependent adult has been or is likely to be abused or neglected or that a suspicious incapacitated or dependent adult death has occurred.

Follow this link for more Mandated Reporter Information

Future correspondence from the Board of Examiners in Physical Therapy will be sent to you by email, so please be sure to keep your contact information current. Follow this link to verify your contact information.


NEW! You can now apply for a license online by using the following link:

Online application for a Physical Therapy License

How to apply for a license

Features of our online Licensing System

Credentialing Organizations - List of Accepted Credentialing Agencies for non-U.S. educated physical therapists

10 Day Notification Requirement


What's New
Dry Needling by a Licensed Physical Therapist

POLICY ON VETERANS PREFERENCE - Office of Professional and Financial Regulation - Policy on Veterans Preference - Adopted February 2017

Public Law Chapter 80 - Effective May 26, 2017 - An Act To Allow a Physical Therapist To Administer Certain Coagulation Tests in a Patient's Home


New Laws Take Effect September 19, 2019

Public Law Chapter 503, Part C (LD 1746) - Physical Therapy Board
Brief Synopsis: Repeals the character reference requirement for initial licensing

Public Law Chapter 503, Part A (LD 1746)
Brief Summary: Expands grounds for discipline to include failure to provide to a patient, upon written request, a copy of that patient's treatment records within a reasonable amount of time as may be determined by the applicable board.

Notice of Agency Proposed Rulemaking - Office of Professional and Occupational Regulation Chapter 10 Establishment of License Fees



Last Updated: November 14, 2019