Wyoming Board of Registration in Podiatry

General Instructions

Licenses expire on July 1 every year. Notices for renewal are mailed to each person at their last address of record approximately sixty (60) days prior to the expiration date. Renewal applications must be POST MARKED on or prior to the expiration date in order for a license to remain current. Any renewal application postmarked after the appropriate date will be returned and the license will expire. 

When the renewal application is approved, the license is renewed for one (1) calendar year, again expiring on July 1. The licensee will receive a confirmation letter and two (2) new pocket ID cards.  One pocket card should be place with the wall certificate to indicate the new expiration date.  The other can be carried by the podiatrist.

The Wyoming Board of Registration in Podiatry is staffed through the Professional Licensing Board Office, a division of A&I.

Renewal Application  

When you click the link, a new window will open.  You must print or download the form from the file menu to fill the application out.

Change of Address

If you have had a change of business and/or residence address, email address or phone number within the last year, please provide us with that information using the "Address/Name Change Form" on the Application/Forms page to ensure that you will receive the renewal notice. Failure to receive a notice from the Board does not excuse you from the requirement for timely and proper renewal. 

Continuing Education

Continuing Education is required for renewal on even numbered years. Specific information can be found in Chapter 7, Section 2 of the Rules and Regulations.  

Failure to Renew

The Board's governing statutes do not provide for a late renewal. If you do not renew your license by the expiration date, you are no longer legally eligible to provide services as a Podiatrist in the State of Wyoming and you must cease and desist those activities.


Any license not renewed within three (3) months of the expiration date shall be considered inactive by the Board.   An applicant wishing to return to practice must complete the Relicensure application.