PHYSIO

TLD Specifications

.physio
Registration Time
real-time
Registration period
1-10 years
Renewal period
1-10 years
Allowed character length
1 - 63 characters
Allowed characters
a-z, 0-9, - MUST NOT contain two consecutive hyphens in the third and fourth character positions and MUST NOT start or end with a hyphen.
TLD supports
IPv6
DNSsec
IDN
WhoisPrivacy
Transfer locks possible
yes
Renewal on transfer
yes
Transfer time
5 days
Authcode length
8 - 32 characters
Handle updates
yes
Preconfigured DNS
no
Allowed Nameservers
1 - 13
Autorenew Grace Period
35 days
Deletion Timeframe
35 days after expiration date
Redemption Period
30 days
 
Mission and purpose of the TLD
The mission and purpose of the TLD is to benefit Internet users by ensuring increased trust,
convenience and utility. The TLD will serve the interests of members of the physiotherapy
and physical therapy profession (hereafter referred to as physiotherapy), as well as Internet
users more generally. The TLD will provide an Internet space for the profession through the
creation of an online identity for individuals, professional associations, affiliated persons
and entities in connection with the profession.
The TLD will provide an authentic resource for members of the public in relation to
physiotherapy, allowing for information and professional services to be accessed by end
users in a simple, trusted manner.
The TLD will create awareness and add legitimacy to the industry; instilling significant user
confidence and trust. It will provide members of the physiotherapy community with greater
networking, advocacy, education, fellowship and business enterprising opportunities, as
well as an opportunity to communicate with its customers directly and effectively. Further,
it is intended that the creation of an industry specific physiotherapy internet name space
will increase the service levels, relevance and accuracy of information that is available to the
broader community of internet users, thus contributing towards a more positive user
experience.

Eligibility requirements
To support the mission and purpose of the TLD, in order to register or renew a domain
name the applicant must satisfy either Criteria A, Criteria B or Criteria C as described in this
section. At the time of submitting an application to register or renew a domain name:
• The applicant must warrant that they meet the eligibility requirements;
• Where the domain name is a two letter Label that corresponds to a country code
described in the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 standard, the applicant warrants that it will not
misrepresent or falsely imply that the applicant or its business is affiliated with a
government or country code manager if such affiliation, sponsorship or endorsement
does not exist; and
• There will be no other prerequisite for an applicant to provide or demonstrate
eligibility.

Criteria A
Where a professional association that is a member of the World Confederation for Physical
Therapy exists in the country where the applicant resides the applicant must:
1. Be a natural person; and
2. Be entitled to be a member of the professional association of the country where
they reside or were educated.

Criteria B
In the case where a professional association exists but is not a member of the World
Confederation for Physical Therapy or where a professional association does not exist in the
country where the applicant resides the applicant must:
1. Be a natural person; and
2. Be completing, or have completed, a programme of study that affords eligibility to
practice physiotherapy in that country.

Criteria C
In the case of a company or organisation:
1. One of their primary purposes must be to support, promote, service or supply
persons identified in Criteria A or B, as an identified professional group, and
2. They may only register a domain name that is a close and substantial match to their
business name, product or service.
The list of professional associations that are members of the World Confederation for
Physical Therapy is available at the following link http://www.wcpt.org/members.
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