Do you have itchy feet? Indulge your dream to be a travel PT. Is a nearby border cutting you off from local facilities? Expand your reach and work at multiple health care facilities. Are you looking to expand your homecare practice? Visit patients across nearby borders. Are you constantly moving due to being a military spouse? Learn how other PTs and PTAs are using their compact privileges.


Michelle C.

Compact Privileges in Arizona, Missouri, New Hampshire, Texas

“I choose compact states to do my travel positions so that I do not have to spend the hours gathering information/verifying licenses, and turning in applications. The turn around time for getting a compact license increases the job assignments that I can apply for.”

Michelle S.

Compact Privileges in Kentucy, North Carolina, Virginia

“As a travel physical therapist is it a way to make job transitions very easy and smooth, not to mention cost effective.”


April B.

Compact Privileges in Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Texas

“If you’re a telehealth provider working for a company or going into business for yourself, becoming a member of the compact is a no brainer! You can reach so many more clients without the red tape of each individual state licensing board.”

Brad D.

Compact Privileges in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Washington

“We wanted to be able to reach and provide collaborative services (PT/OT/SLP/Psych) to individuals across the United States through a virtual platform. Getting licensed in each state is a tedious process, especially as that list grew and more verifications were needed. It’s difficult to manage that and stay on top of all of the CE requirements, as they can vary between states. Utilizing the compact privilege process really takes the headache out of the process, organizes my privileges nicely, and gives me peace of mind that meeting my home state’s CE requirements will cover me in the other states as well. At the end of the day, I just want to be able to treat the patient’s I have and give them the care they need.”

Anthony P.

Compact Privileges in AR, AZ, CO, DE, GA, IA, KY, LA, MO, MD, MS, ND, NC, NE, NH, OH, OK, OR, TN, UT, VA, WA, WV

“Do it! It makes CEUs and renewals 100x easier. Also, it is far more cost effective. Doing the JP exams are not burdensome either. It has allowed me to work for a national company seeing patients all over the United States via telehealth.”


Drew B.

Compact Privilege in Washington

“Personally, I have utilized my compact privilege to provide sporadic back-up coverage to our site in Washington. Organizationally, we have utilized compact privileges to deliver remote physical therapy care to a large fleet of truck drivers working out of a variety of states mentioned above……In my opinion, this is a no brainer. If you are looking into licensure in other states, this would be my first ‘Go To’.”


Felicia A.

Compact privilege in Colorado

“Being a military wife and having moved to 5 different states within the 7 years of having my PTA license I was delighted to discover the compact privilege license was now available. It only cost me a fraction of the price and the process was simple and took no time at all to complete.”


The PT Compact offers physical therapists and physical therapist assistants a fast and effective way to start practicing in states across the U.S. Click now to purchase your privilege.