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||Kyle Webb, PTA
||W. Va. Code R. § 30-20-19(g) et seq., §30-20-10, §30-20-14, etc.
||The Board has found probable cause that Mr. Webb engaged in conduct or behavior that violates W. Va Code § 30-20-19 (g) et. seq., in that he may have engaged in unprofessional conduct which placed the public at risk, obtained a license by misrepresentation or concealment of material facts, and intentionally violated a legislative rule of the Board.
Mr. Webb agreed to a summary suspension and waived a hearing on the issue. The Board received no further response as of the date of the hearing.
On February 21, 2019 a hearing was conducted in the case of WV Board of Physical Therapy vs. Kyle D. Webb, PTA. Mr. Webb did not appear at the hearing, request a continuance, or respond to the hearing notice in any way. Mr. Webb is being disciplined for obtaining a license or permit by fraud, misrepresentation, or concealment of material facts in violation of W. Va. Code §30-20-19(g)(1) in that he was not truthful on his renewal application. In addition, by coming to work impaired, Mr. Webb failed to adhere to the standards of ethical practice by practicing in a manner that was not moral or honorable in violation of W. Va. Code R. § 16-1-7.2, and practiced physical therapy while impaired in violation of W. Va. Code R. § 16-1-7.5.
||The Board summarily suspended Mr. Webbs license pursuant to W. Va. Code 30-1-8(e)(1). Hearing shall be set within 30 days.
It is ordered that Mr. Webb's license be revoked for a period of three years and he shall reimburse the Board for administrative costs in the investigation and disposition of this matter. All costs shall be paid to the Board within 60 days of the issuance of an invoice by the Board. Mr. Webb may reapply for a new license after the three-year revocation period and after administrative cost have been received by the Board. At the Board's discretion, a fitness for duty evaluation may be required as part of the application process, as well as having to obtain continuing education requirements that may be needed in the normal course of reinstating a license. If the board does not approve Mr. Webb’s application for a new license, he may request a hearing to seek reinstatement.