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The Board of Physical Therapy Services serves to ensure that Minnesota citizens receive appropriate physical therapy services from competent physical therapists.
Public protection is accomplished through licensing and disciplining of physical therapists.
The Board exists to protect the public's interest through regulation of chiropractors in the state of Minnesota.
Regulation is accomplished through licensure examination and renewal, as well as by investigation of complaints.
Responsibilities include protecting the health of domestic animals of the state, regulating and inspecting many aspects of the livestock and poultry industries.
Licensing of cat and dog kennels and dealers and research establishments.
The board establishes standards for the practice of podiatry, now more properly called podiatric medicine.
Functions of the board include licensing doctors of podiatric medicine (DPM), issuing temporary permits to practice under supervision, processing complaints against licensees, and registering podiatric professional corporations.
Educates and regulates the lawful gambling industry to ensure the integrity of operations and provide for the lawful use of net profits.
Protecting the public by setting standards for quality optometric health care The board enforces rules dealing with drug distribution by drug manufacturers, wholesalers, pharmacies, physicians, dentists, and other practitioners.
The board issues all licenses dealing with pharmacists and pharmacies.
Promoting public interest in receiving quality optometric health care from competent licensed optometrists.
Protecting the public by ensuring that all licensed optometrists meet the educational and practical requirements specified in law.
The Perpich Center for Arts Education is a state agency.