About CEUs

Need CEUs? Read below

We do not guarantee CEUs in all states because each has different requirements. Many states will accept CEUs approved by another APTA chapter. Our live webinar course has been approved in states listed below for CEUs for physical therapists. Please note that some states have different rules and may limit or not accept CEUs for Independent Study courses. It is the participant's responsibility to determine eligibility for CEUs prior to registration. We will provide you with information you may need to submit independently for CEUs if you choose to do so. 


(Pre) Menopause Matters LIVE WEBINAR course has been approved as follows:

  • The Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association (Approval #PTPR014728) for 16 CEUs including 5.25 credits of evaluative/differential diagnosis content. 

  • The Illinois Physical Therapy Association for 16 CEUs total (including 14 hr live/2 hr self-study) #882-7678. NOTE: Virtual live format courses are still eligible for "live" or "traditional" CE credits in the State of Illinois

  • The Maryland Physical Therapy Association for1.6 CE (16 contact hours)

  • The California Physical Therapy Association for 1.6 CE (16 contact hours) CPTA#20-165

Additionally, the following states (where we had originally scheduled live courses) accept CEs for the LIVE WEBINAR course:

  • Michigan -16 CEUs approved via reciprocal agreement (see MPTA FAQs here)

  • Utah - 16 CEUs approved via reciprocal agreement (see UPTA CEU requirements here)

  • Washington - no pre-approval required for submission of CEUs (see WPTA requirements here

Don't see you state listed? No worries!

Most but not all states grant reciprocal  CE/CEU credit to physical therapists for courses approved by another state association of the APTA. Specifically, many states accept credit for courses approved for CEUs by the “APTA and its components” (that means APTA and its specialty sections and state chapters)

PTs can check their state's CEU requirements here.


It is the individual participant's sole responsibility to determine this course's eligibility and submission requirements for CEU credit in their state. Other professionals need to check with their state organization as well to see if they can get CE credit for the course. We will assist you with documentation required for submission.Some states may require pre-approval, while others require no approval process at all for CEUs. If you still aren't sure, contact us.


Generally, states may require some or all of the following documents:

  1. Course Description

  2. Course Objectives

  3. Course Time Ordered Agenda

  4. Faculty CVs/Resumes

  5. Sample Course Evaluation Survey

  6. Certificate of Completion 

  7. Bibliography with up to 10 sources from the last 10 years (visit your Lecture manual reference pages)


If you need specific documentation to submit for CEUs in your state for this course, please contact us: admin@SnowdenLitos.com