Texas Board of Orthotics and ProstheticsApply for a New License - Unique Qualifications Requirements

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A uniquely qualified person means a resident of the State of Texas who, through education, training and experience, is as qualified to perform prosthetic and/or orthotic care as those persons who obtain licensure pursuant to the Act, §605.252. The board will determine whether a person is uniquely qualified on a case-by-case basis based on the information supplied by the applicant and other information deemed relevant by the board.
The board presumes a person possessing unique qualifications will have engaged in extensive orthotic and/or prosthetic practice. Please see the rules 22 Texas Administrative Code §821.8 for additional information.
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Last updated December 15, 2014
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    Board of Examiners for  State Board of Examiners for Orthotics and Prosthetics

    Board of Examiners for  State Board of Examiners for Orthotics and Prosthetics