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The courses below are accepted by the Michigan Board of Physical Therapy.  They accept courses approved by another state's APTA chapter, and is an accredited provider by the TX Physical Therapy Association (Provider #2406033TX). 


  • All courses on, including those in text format, are considered Activity Code 1 in the Michigan PT General Rules.
  • Reading articles in the Resources section of does not count toward Activity Code 3.
  • Licensee must complete 1 PDR credit in the area of pain and symptom management. Topics that meet this requirement include (but are not limited to) behavior management, psychology of pain, pharmacology, behavior modification, stress management, clinical applications, and drug interventions as they relate to the practice of physical therapy.
  • All licensees will need training in the identification of victims of human trafficking for renewal. This is a one-time requirement that will not count as a PDR credit. offers courses to meet the training requirements on human trafficking.
  • Starting June 1, 2022, licensees must complete 1 hour of implicit bias training in interactive or synchronous courses for each year of the renewal cycle (2 hours). This excludes self-study courses on For more information, visit the LARA FAQs for Implicit Bias Training.

If you are an athletic trainer licensed in Michigan, please select BOC from the Associations menu. For more information, visit A Guide to Using the Library for PTs/PTAs and ATs.

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A Practical Workshop on Persistent Postural and Perceptual Dizziness
Presented by Janene Holmberg, PT, DPT, NCS
Recorded Webinar
Course: #4261Level: Advanced2 Hours
Chronic dizziness or Persistent postural-perceptual dizziness (PPPD or 3PD) is common “complication to healing” from definable inner disorders that can be both very disabling for the patient and challenging for clinicians. This course will review differential diagnosis, clinical presentation, and treatment techniques to better manage these complex patients. This course is directly related to the practice of physical therapy and is therefore appropriate for the PT/PTA.

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