What is the best Medbridge promo code?

HUGE SALE: For the month of October only, get the lowest price possible on Medbridge. For the month of October, you can have a special promo code that brings that $275 price of a premium subscription down another $50, making it just $225 (same price as an education subscription, but with access to all of  premium-level patient engagement benefits like HEP builder and patient education resources).
This promo will be active from October 1st - 31st, 2022 and I will release it as soon as it becomes available!

The following is the typical best deal except for October 1-31, 2022: For the best deal or cheapest price on Medbridge CEUs (Over 40% off or $150 discount) use the promo code PLISKY. For PTs, if you use promotional code PLISKY you get your MedBridge CEUs for $225 (a $150 discount). This is 40% off the normal price. For students, you can get MedBridge for $100 (using promo code PLISKYstudent at checkout)

Coupon Code Good through 12/31/2022 ($150 off) — Updated 7/2/2022

MedBridge is by far the best online comprehensive continuing education solution I have used.

MedBridge Promo Code: PLISKY

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Why I use Medbridge online continuing education

They maximize the latest research in adult online learning to bring engaging courses that are separated into modules. After each module there are case-based questions to help promote comprehension of the material.

Features

One of our favorite features is the CE tracking tool. This comes in particularly handy when you have to submit documentation for your certifications. I have to submit PT license CEUs, NATA certification CEUs, and CSCS certification CEUs. To be able to have all of those tracked in one place is amazing. Plus, it helps a ton if you were ever audited.

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We use it for cramming. We have 4 boys who are involved with school and sports. So I would like to say that I get all of my CEUs in a steady stream over a two year period. Unfortunately, our CEUs come at the last minute.

Let’s be clear. I do get paid when you take my courses or when you use an affiliate link, but I would never recommend anything that I or my family don’t use. Last year, MedBridge made up 80% of my CUEs for NATABOC (particularly the NATABOC EBP courses) and 100% of my wife’s. That should speak for itself.

 

 ***Disclosure: I am a long-time presenter and affiliate for MedBridge. When you sign up using my promo code PLISKY or take one of the courses, I get a payment from MedBridge. I appreciate your support which also helps me continue creating high-quality free content and resources.***

 

FAQ

What disciplines does Medbridge have?

While I can only speak for physical therapy, athletic training  (ATC), and strength and conditioning professionals(CSCS), MedBridge also has nursing (RN, DNP, LPN, etc.), speech therapy(SLP), and occupational therapy (OT) CEU courses. 
MedBridge courses are accredited for the following disciplines: PT, PTA, OT, OTA, SLP, SLPA, RN, ATC, CSCS, long term care admins, and social workers.

Do I have to be a physical therapist to use the PLISKY promo code?

The great thing is that you can use the PLISKY promo code no matter what profession you are.

Here are the links for the best deals for all professions on Medbridge:

Physical Therapy — Receive $150 off (over 40% savings) using promo code PLISKY at checkout

Occupational Therapy — Receive $150 off using promo code PLISKY at checkout

Athletic Training — Receive 40% off using promo code PLISKY at checkout. NATABOC Category A CEUS

Speech Language Pathologist — Unlimited Access to Hundreds of SLP CEUs — Only $120/year 

Students — Get your MedBridge Subscription for only $100 using promo code PLISKYstudent at checkout

Steps to getting the best price on MedBridge using a promo code

  1. Click on the MedBridge Login Page
  2. Click Save Now Button
  3. Choose Plan (education or premium). Choose education if you only want CEUs, premium if you want the home exercise program builder as well
  4. Under Oder Summary, enter PLISKY in the Promo Code box
  5. Create your MedBridge login and save!

Also, check out my Comprehensive Guide to Online CEU for PT ATC 

This year is a CEU reporting period for my wife and me as PTs and ATCs. While most of my CEU was taken care of with research publications and presentations, Melody had to primarily complete hers online.

So as she completed her CEU, I had her identify her favorite and most valuable courses. Of course, she said that all of mine were the best :) but beyond that, here are her favorites for this year. If she had a rationale for why she liked it, it is included in quotes below.

*  = new or completely updated course

Lenny Macrina

"You gotta love his accent. Really strong evidenced-based courses with videos of hands-on techniques"

 Biomechanics of the Shoulder*

 The Shoulder: Traumatic and Post Operative Injuries*

 The Shoulder: Overuse Injuries in Athletes*

 

Stephen Graef 

"Excellent information to be aware of for mental health. Stephen is a very engaging speaker and so easy to listen to, and he gives very practical advice and information."

 Psychology of Injury

 Common Mental Health Concerns in Athletes  

 

Todd Arnold, MD

"Easy to understand Todd’s lectures. Practical and helpful with excellent information and great reminders for care."

 Infectious Disease for the Sports Therapist*

 Pharmacology in Sport Part 1: NSAIDs and Pain Medications*

 Pharmacology in Sport Part 2: Asthma, Antidepressants, and Skin Infection*

 Concussion in Sport Part 1: Pathophysiology, Recognition, & Management

 Concussion in Sport Part 2: Clinical Evaluation and Return to Play*

 Concussion in Sport: Practical Case Studies*

 

Phil Plisky 

Phil is a great guy, my husband, and also happens to know what he is talking about :)

"Return to sport testing is so important and too often overlooked. It needs to be second nature for all therapists and athletic trainers. Too many athletes are returning before they’re ready and more injuries are occurring. That’s not how we want job security. We want them returning at high function and performance without future injury and that is our success."

 Maximizing Arm Health and Recovery in Baseball Players (Recorded Webinar)*

 Secrets to Engineering Athletic Performance: From Youth to Professionals (Recorded Webinar)*

 Discharge and Return to Sport Part 1: Know When They Are Ready*

 Discharge and Return to Sport Part 2: Lower Body*

 Discharge and Return to Sport Part 3: Upper Body*

 Discharge and Return to Sport: Case Studies*

 Preparticipation Physical Evaluation: Musculoskeletal*

 Sports Performance and Injury Prevention*

 

Anne Mucha

"Excellent courses. I usually don’t consider classifying concussions and this was very clear on how beneficial that is. Easy to understand presenters. Good addition to my practice to screen using the VOMS."

Oculomotor Assessment in Concussion

Concussion Assessment: An Overview

 

Craig Phifer

“Craig's courses are excellent and should be viewed by every PT and AT. We should all practice this way.”

Enhancing Patient Engagement Throughout the Course of Care*

Building Therapeutic Alliance in the Patient Evaluation*

Understanding Therapeutic Alliance and Patient Expectations*

 

Kyle Kiesel

"This is an excellent course that describes the research regarding evaluating movement and using a regional interdependence approach"

Clinical Movement Dysfunction: An Evidence-Based Overview*

 

Kyle Kiesel and Phil Plisky 

"I’m totally on board with this being an integral part of our practice"

Strategies for Musculoskeletal Health Promotion*

Musculoskeletal Self-Screen: Getting and Keeping the Ideal Patient

 

Katie Whetstone 

"Practical review of emergency management strategies ensuring you are using the latest evidence in those situations... Good case and Q+A with Todd."

Emergency Management of Athletes With Spine and Visceral Injuries*

Emergency Management of Skeletal Injuries*

Emergency Management of Soft-Tissue Injuries*

Emergency Management of Cardiovascular Conditions*

Protective Sports Equipment and Proper Fitting *

Environmental Considerations for the Athlete*