DCA BreEZe

BreEZe: Are you experiencing technical difficulties with the new BreEZe Licensing and Enforcement System? Contact the BreEZe Help Desk at (916) 557-1208 or BreEZe@dca.ca.gov with questions related to:

  • Registration
  • Password Resets
  • Account Unlocks
  • Linking licenses to your accounts
  • BreEZe Error Messages

Contact the Board/Bureau directly at (916) 561-8200 for all other questions.

Alert Alert: ATTENTION NEW APPLICANTS AND RENEWING LICENSEES

AVOID UNNECESSARY DELAYS IN YOUR LICENSE ISSUANCE OR RENEWAL

The Physical Therapy Board is scheduled to transition to the new BreEZe online licensing and enforcement system in January 2016
The transition to the new system will require a temporary shutdown of all licensing processes for several business days, and could result in delays in processing initial license applications, license renewals, and changes such as name changes or changes of address.

License Renewals: Individuals holding a license from the Physical Therapy Board with December 2015 or January 2016 expiration dates who wish to renew their licenses are strongly encouraged to renew as early as possible.

New Licenses: Individuals seeking a new license from the Physical Therapy Board are strongly encouraged to apply before January 1, 2016 or after January 31, 2016 to help avoid delays in license issuance.

The new BreEZe system will, among other things, allow online license applications or renewals, allow payment online with a credit card in a secure environment, and allow individuals to track their applications.

Alert Alert: EXPERT CONSULTANT TRAINING

NEW: The Physical Therapy Board of California is accepting applications for expert consultants/practice monitorsClick Here

Expert Consultant Training Scheduled for:

February 9, 2016 (Sacramento)

Application deadline:  January 15, 2016 

The Physical Therapy Board of California is continually enhancing its enforcement program, and is seeking people interested in participating as expert consultants and/or practice monitors. An expert consultant reviews complaints from the public and submits a written report of their conclusion back to the Board.

In order to serve as an expert consultant, you must:

1. Hold a current and valid license to practice physical therapy in California
2. Have at least five years’ work experience in clinical practice
3. Have knowledge of State laws, rules and regulations, and standards regarding physical therapy

If you would like additional information, please email Elsa Ybarra or call (916) 561-8215.

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