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Renewal Application Request

Podiatrists Now Renewing!

Applications for renewal were mailed at the beginning of December.

Please note that the renewal fee for the 2016 renewal period has been reduced to $5.

It is recommended that licensees submit renewal applications by January 1, 2016to allow processing time.

Any licensee whose license has not been renewed by the expiration is not authorized to practice after that date until the license has been renewed by the board. Submission of the renewal form and fee does not constitute renewal or grant the ability to practice after the expiration date.

To request a duplicate paper renewal notice, please click the button at the top of the page or contact the board office at podiatry@pr.mo.gov or via facsimile at (573) 751-1155 or by phone at (573) 751-0873. Paper renewals will be emailed, faxed or mailed to the licensee based on the request.

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