Probably nothing. You should inquire with the board that licenses physical therapists. Unfortunately, most lawyers will not know the answer to this question. I know there are many attorneys with criminal records, but still practice law. Ask around the profession.
Also, if your DUI conviction was in Nevada, it was eligible for sealing 7 years after closure of the case. Contact us if you'd like a free consultation about sealing of records. Many people do this when they choose a new career path.
'Sealing records' in Nevada will remove it from your record, and you can legally deny that you were convicted. It does take several months to complete though, so the sooner you start, the better.
Clark County, Nevada practitioner.
Assuming your DUI was in Nevada, I would take the time to seal my record. The licensing boards are getting more difficult with issues of criminal matters. I would seal it and avoid the problem. In Nevada, once a case is sealed, its deemed never to have occurred. Good Luck.
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