Practice Act & COMAR Regulations
Statute: The Annotated Code of Maryland Health Occupational Article, Title 10, can be viewed at http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/mgawebsite/Laws/Statutes.
Select Health Occupations (gho) from the Articles dropdown. Then begin with 10-101 from the Section dropdown and press the Search button. Regulations: The Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 10, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, can be viewed at www.dsd.state.md.us
. Click COMAR Online from the selection bar. Select #3 under the search options. Select Title 10. Page down to select Subtitle 46, Board of Occupational Therapy Practice, and then select the chapter you wish to view.
The Statute and Regulations for the Board of Occupational Therapy Practice, as of April 21, 2008, can be viewed by clicking the links listed below.
Table of Contents
Statute: The Annotated Code of Maryland Health Occupations Article, Title 10 - pages 1 - 20
10.46.01 General Regulations
10.46.02 Code of Ethics
10.46.03 Procedure for Board Hearings
10.46.04 Continuing Competency Requirement
10.46.05 Collection of Fees
10.46.06 Competency Requirements for Physical Agent Modalities
10.46.07 Sanctioning Guidelines
The Department of Legislative Services has completed its preliminary evaluation of the State Board of Occupational Therapy Practice. The result by the Department of Legislative Services recommending that the Board be waived from full evaluation and be extended for another 11 years. Waived July 11, 2015.
The Maryland Board of Occupational Therapy intends to develop regulations specific to dry needling in the near future. There will be an opportunity for public comment when the regulations are proposed. Once regulations are adopted, licensed occupational therapy practitioners will be authorized to utilize dry needling.
The following position statements have been approved by the Maryland Board of Occupational Therapy. They can be downloaded as Word documents.
If you have any comments on telerehabilitation, wound care or feeding and swallowing therapy in the practice of occupational therapy, please provide comment to firstname.lastname@example.org