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My Favorite Moments from Washington DC

Today’s blog post comes WebPT President and CTO Brad Jannenga
Brad in DC

Earlier this month, I packed my bags and headed off to Washington DC along with Courtney Klein Johnson and Chris Petroff, founders of social incubator and fellow Phoenix tech startup, SeedSpot. Why were we heading to our nation’s capitol? Aside from wanting to see the famed cherry blossoms bloom, we were invited to take part in Startup America’s Champions Take DC event. Packed with amazing dialogue, brilliant insights, and lots of awesome people, the experience was a lot of things—exciting, educational, inspirational—but most of all extremely humbling.

Here are my top four most awe-inspiring moments:

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WebPT Gets Pumped Up for the 2012 Olympics

Today’s blog post comes from copywriters Charlotte Bohnett and Erica Cohen.

The 2012 Summer Olympic Games kicked off in London this past weekend, and we’re pretty excited about the events. As physical therapists, many of you have treated Olympic athletes (maybe you’re even treating a future Olympian right now). So we want to hear from you: what’s your greatest Olympic moment?

Our very own Brian Kunich, PT, will be watching one of his former patients compete this summer with the US Women’s Soccer team. Here’s what he had to say about the experience:

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WebPT Employee Workout Playlist

Did you know that carefully selected music can enhance the endurance of exercisers by 15%? This statistic is one of the findings from a 2008 Brunel University research study. Being an active bunch, we asked all members of the WebPT team to submit their favorite workout songs and playlists. We had quite a few interesting songs submitted.

With a long list of options, we drew songs out of a hat. Drum-roll please! And here’s the winning workout playlist!

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WebPT Assisting Members Affected by the Spring 2011 Tornadoes

WebPT would like to take this time to express our deepest sympathies to those affected by the recent destructive weather in the Southeast portion of the U.S.  Below is a map of the areas hardest hit by the Spring 2011 Tornadoes. 

One of our very own WebPT team members commented on the destruction:

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