Here at WebPT, we like to keep things fresh (see “Be Minty” in this blog post). As such, we decided our website could use a little sprucing up—to make it simpler, cleaner, faster, and more representative of the WebPT brand. When you visit WebPT.com next week, you’ll definitely notice the new design, but don’t let it throw you for a loop. Even though we’ve enhanced the visual appeal of our website, nothing about the WebPT application is changing. The login and contact us buttons still appear in the exact same spot—the top-right corner of the site. Once you log in to WebPT, you’ll see that the application in itself looks exactly the same.

Now, we know that many of you simply visit WebPT.com, click the login button, and get right down to business within the app. However, once we launch the new site, we encourage you to take a few minutes to explore it. We think it’s pretty darn cool—and we have a feeling you’ll think so, too. We’re particularly stoked about our revamped, easier-to-access blog. Of course, as the blog writers, we might be a teensy bit biased.

As always, please share any and all feedback or questions you have. Simply post them in the comments below or click the contact us icon.

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  • ICD-10 FAQs Image

    articleFeb 28, 2015 | 6 min. read

    ICD-10 FAQs

    We recently hosted a webinar focused on helping PTS, OTs, and SLPs prepare for the ICD-10 switch. We got a lot of questions—so many, in fact, that we decided to organize the most common ones into an easy-to-reference blog post. Read on to find the answers to all your burning ICD-10 queries. Don’t see your question? Post it in the comments section below, and we’ll find you an answer. Does ICD-10 affect CPT codes? According to this …

  • Heart and Sols: Revolutionizing Custom Orthotics Image

    articleMar 24, 2015 | 4 min. read

    Heart and Sols: Revolutionizing Custom Orthotics

    When I first learned how to play the piano, my favorite song was “Heart and Soul.” It’s undeniably catchy, and it was a tried-and-true standard for piano novices like myself. Every day, in an effort to get the song just right, I practiced, practiced, and practiced some more. And what did I glean from this exercise in repetition? Well, it wasn’t stellar piano-playing skills. However, I did learn that it doesn’t take much noise to push me …

  • ICD-10 Crash Course: Last-Minute Training for PTs, OTs, and SLPs Image

    webinarSep 2, 2015

    ICD-10 Crash Course: Last-Minute Training for PTs, OTs, and SLPs

    It’s officially here: the last month before all HIPAA-eligible professionals must switch to the ICD-10 code set. As the regret of procrastination washes over many of those professionals, they’re scrambling to ready themselves and their practices for the big switch. If you, like so many other rehab therapists, find yourself asking, “ICD-what?” then you’re in dire need of straightforward training—stat! Otherwise, you could leave your practice vulnerable to claim denials after October 1. Join us at 9:00 …

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    articleDec 30, 2015 | 5 min. read

    Top 10 Blog Posts for 2015

    Before we belt out our best renditions of “Auld Lang Syne,” light off fireworks, and make some new resolutions, let’s take a moment to look back at the top WebPT Blog posts of 2015. Grab a glass of sparkling cider, kick back, and relax—because you’re in for a treat. Here are the WebPT articles that rehab therapists read the most this year (based on page views). This list includes blog posts published between January 1 and December …

  • articleFeb 19, 2011 | 2 min. read

    WebPT Spring 2011 Update - New Features Added!

    WebPT is committed to maintaining and enhancing the features of our system. We consistently resolve bugs in the system, update new tests and clinical tools, and add functions to make the system work better for our members. As a result of all of the great member suggestions and ideas from our innovative development team, WebPT is prepared to release on March 5th what will be a series of great new features. This release of new features is …

  • articleSep 19, 2011 | 3 min. read

    No more hand-written home exercise instructions! The WebPT HEP is here.

    Even some of us non-physical therapists know that regular exercise is beneficial for many reasons. The Mayo Clinic listed the top 7 benefits of regular exercise as : Weight Control Combating Health Conditions and Diseases Improving Mood Boosting Energy Improving Sleep Improving Intimacy A Good Time We couldn’t agree more. And now, helping your patients get to a place of good health with a home exercise program (HEP) is easier than ever. The Launch of HEP WebPT …

  • articleMay 11, 2012 | 2 min. read

    Introducing the WebPT SLP Documentation Module

    In honor of Better Speech and Hearing Month , we’ve launched our new Speech Language Pathology Documentation Module developed with some seriously stellar input from our Speech-Language Pathologist Members. (Thanks, SLPs!)  This new module is available now for all Members. And it’s free.   Enhancements New entry fields in the Subjective section include: Cognition Oral-Motor Issues Vocal Quality Behavioral Issues Medical History: Cleft Palate, Tracheotomy, and Recurrent Pneumonia New entry fields in the Objective section include: P.O. …

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    articleMar 8, 2016 | 1 min. read

    Luck o' the Outcome: Which OMT Are You? [Quiz]

    Whether you’re Irish or simply Irish-at-heart (hey, even St. Patrick himself didn’t hail from the Emerald Isle), March 17 is reserved as a day to bust out your best jig; don every imaginable shade of green; and partake in some delicious food and drink—even if only for nostalgia’s sake. So, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we’ve decided to combine two—no, three—of our favorite things: OMTs, holidays, and quizzes. So, plant a smooch on the ol’ Blarney …

  • Thankful Nation: What Rehab Therapists Are Grateful for in 2017 Image

    articleNov 22, 2017 | 4 min. read

    Thankful Nation: What Rehab Therapists Are Grateful for in 2017

    It’s that time of year—time to gobble up some turkey, because it’s all about that baste (buh-dum-tss!). All jokes aside, Thanksgiving isn’t just about stuffing your face ’til your jeans are too tight. In fact, the best part of the holiday is time spent with family—whether it’s the family we choose or the one we’re stuck with. With that in mind, we turned to Rehab Nation, WebPT’s online community for all things rehab therapy-related, to find out …

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