Physical Therapy Licensure Compact, Adopted by the Texas Executive Council of PT & OT Examiners

The Texas Executive Council of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Examiners (Executive Council or ECPTOTE) provides administrative oversight over the Texas State Board of Physical Therapy (PT) Examiners and the Texas State Board of Occupational Therapy (OT) Examiners― the boards that license the state’s physical therapists and occupational therapists, respectively. Under Texas state law, the…

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License Defense for Professionals in Medical, Real Estate, Insurance and Other Fields

Our firm provides aggressive defense for Texas physicians, nurses, pharmacists, real estate agents and brokers, insurance agents, and other licensed professionals after someone files a complaint with the licensing board. Complaints can be filed by clients, customers, patients, colleagues, other agencies, or the board itself. No licensed professional, no matter how diligent, is immune from…

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Administrative Penalties by the Texas Medical Board

The Texas Medical Board (TMB) is the state agency tasked with “keeping Texas patients safe through the licensure and regulation of Texas physicians.” Through the Texas Occupations Code, the Board is given disciplinary authority over those it licenses. In instances where a licensee if found to have violated the Texas Medical Practice Act or a…

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Appearing Before the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC)

A complaint filed against you with the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC or the Commission) can put your professional real estate license at risk. A single complaint can put your career, livelihood, and reputation in jeopardy. The Commission investigates all complaints made against its licensees, including real estate agents, brokers, real estate inspectors, real estate…

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