PLEASE NOTE: Restricted PT's have successfully completed their University Physical Therapy Program and the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy written examination. Restricted PT's are licensed to practice as Physical Therapists in Saskatchewan.
SCPT Membership Listings are updated regularly. If you are unable to locate a Member please contact the SCPT.
PLEASE NOTE: Physical Therapists who have completed specialized training in educational programs recognized by SCPT Council, are authorized to perform specialized procedures in one or more of the following areas:
- Dry Needling
- Invasive Pelvic Floor Retraining and Treatment of Urogenital and Rectal Dysfunction
Please click on each procedure for a link to the associated practice guideline which outlines specific training requirements.
If you have a question regarding your therapists' education, training, and qualifications related to any of these specialized procedures (or to any area of physical therapy practice), we encourage you to discuss this with your physical therapist.
Also, please feel free to contact our Executive Director and Registrar, if you have any questions or concerns or require further assistance.
If you are a SCPT member and are interested in applying to have an additional course included on our list of council recognized courses for the practice of specialized procedures please click HERE to access our application for specialized procedure educational course approval form.