Patient Information

Helpful Resources

Improving the quality of life for our patients is our way of life. We strive to help you enjoy a happy, healthy lifestyle by providing exceptional and compassionate care from the first time you contact us to your last visit to our office.

The following resources are designed to provide helpful, important information for patients under our care and those considering orthopedic care.

Accepted Insurances

The enclosed list are some of the major insurance plans that Webster Orthopedics is "In Network" with. Please call 1-800-943-8099 to verify contracted plans and schedule an appointment.

Patient Forms

To save time, you may print the forms, complete them at home, and bring them with you to your appointment. View the available forms here

Patient Portal

Our  Webster Orthopedics Patient Portal simplifies communication with our staff, saving you time and hassle. Webster Ortho's new Patient Portal allows you to:

•View your medical records
•View current appointments
•Request a new appointment
•Send a secure message to our office staff

Registration only takes minutes, please link though to the Webster Orthopedics Patient Portal to sign in today!

Patient Education

3D Video Animations

Learn about a specific orthopedic condition and various orthopedic surgical procedures through 3D video animation. The procedures found here are just some of those used by surgeons at Webster Orthopedics. These animations are meant to provide a general, educational overview.

Consult your physician with questions at the time of your appointment.

Informational Patient Handouts
  • Cold Therapy Instructions »
  • Splint & Cast Instructions »
  • WELLNESS

    Our physicians and staff work together to treat injuries and help patients get back to their favorite activities. But it’s up to you to maintain good health for a happy, active life.

    Two keys to your health are regular exercise and proper nutrition. Combined with a well-balanced diet, frequent cardiovascular exercise and/or weight training is good for your heart, makes you feel better, and can help you prevent bone, muscle, and joint injuries. Walking, biking, and swimming are good forms of exercise that people of all ages can participate in.

    If you are recovering from an injury or have any other health conditions, make sure to speak with your doctor about taking a safe approach to exercise.

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