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Processes presented on this page apply to candidates who wish to re-register with the OPPQ.

The process varies depending on the length of time during which the candidate was not registered at the OPPQ. 

Re-registering as a member after less than 3 years

Candidates who have been deregistered from the OPPQ for less than 3 years and wish to re-register are invited to contact Admissions Services at to obtain a reregistration form and find out what fees they need to pay.

Re-registering as a member after more than 3 years

This section applies to candidates in the following situations:

  • You would like to register more than 3 years after the date on which you were eligible for a licence from OPPQ
  • It has been more than 3 years since you were listed on the membership roll
  • You would like to resume practice after not having practised physiotherapy for over 3 years (while remaining a member of the OPPQ)

Following the assessment of your application, refresher training (courses and/or internships) may be required.

For more information on the protection of trainees in the workplace:

Documents to provide

  • A cover letter stating your intent and motivation (please include your date of birth)
  • An updated résumé
  • A copy of a licence to practise the profession from outside Quebec, if any
  • A letter of good standing from the regulatory authority that issued the licence to practise, if any
  • A certified copy of all relevant degrees or diplomas
  • An attestation of relevant work, if any
  • An attestation for any activities taken to maintain your competencies during this time, if any


Once your documents are received, Admissions Services will contact you for payment of the $402.41 file review fee.

Submitting your application

Submit your application by sending it to Admissions Services:

Service de l’admission
Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec
7151, rue Jean-Talon Est, bureau 700
Anjou (Québec) H1M 3N8

Scheduling an appointment

Candidates can meet with OPPQ by appointment only.

To schedule a phone or a virtual appointment, please write to