• Podiatric Residency Education Summit East 2018 August 10 – 12, 2018

    Lecture topics covered by the Podiatric Residency Education Summit East 2018 include:
    Arthoereisis, Hallux Rigidus – Implant vs. Fusion, Hallux Valgus – Austin- Modifications / Fixation, Lapidus Bunionectomy, Onychomycosis in Diabetes: A Population of Significance, Organogenesis, Triple Arthrodesis and many others.

    After attending the Podiatric Residency Education Summit East 2018, you will be able to:
    • Identify and demonstrate the epidemiology and pathophysiology of lower extremity disease.
    • Demonstrate the basic established principles of care for skin and nail disease.
    • Identify different wound care techniques as well as their importance in managing chronic lower extremity wounds.
    • Recognize the various presentations of infections of the skin, nail, soft tissue and bone and demonstrate their appropriate management based on current literature.
    • Identify and demonstrate complex diabetic and non-diabetic foot and ankle deformities and be able to reposition and stabilize these deformities with various internal and external fixation techniques and technologies.
    • Evaluate and comprehend evidence-based outcome data for the treatment of disorders of the diabetic and non-diabetic lower limb.

    Location: 100 Frank W Burr Blvd., Teaneck, NJ 07666

    Target Audience: Podiatrists

    • Cost: $149
    • Credit hours: 13.25
    • CME credits awarded by: New York College of Podiatric Medicine
    • Format: Live Conference
  • Residency Education Summit Midwest 2018, Hilton Chicago, Oak Brook, IL Sept 28-30, 2018

    Lecture topics covered by the Podiatric Residency Education Summit Midwest 2018 incude:
    Hallux Vagus – Austin with Modifications, Triple Arthrodesis, Management of Acute and Neglected Lis Franc Fractures, Management of High-Risk Foot and Ankle Trauma, Toenail Onychomycosis & Diabetes and many more.

    After attending the Podiatric Residency Education Summit Midwest 2018 you will be able to:
    • Identify and demonstrate the epidemiology and pathophysiology of lower extremity disease.
    • Demonstrate the basic established principles of care for skin and nail disease.
    • Identify different wound care techniques as well as their importance in managing chronic lower extremity wounds.
    • Recognize the various presentations of infections of the skin, nail, soft tissue and bone and demonstrate their appropriate management based on current literature.
    • Identify and demonstrate complex diabetic and non-diabetic foot and ankle deformities and be able to reposition and stabilize these deformities with carious internal and external fixation techniques and technologies.
    • Evaluate and comprehend evidence-based outcome data for the treatment of disorders of the diabetic and non-diabetic lower limb.

    Location: 3500 Midwest Road, Oak Brook, IL 60523

    Target Audience: Podiatrists

    • Cost: $149
    • Credit hours: 15
    • CME credits awarded by: PRESENT e-Learning Systems
    • Format: Live Conference
  • Superbones Superwounds West 2018 Conference, Aria Resort, Las Vegas, NV – Oct 18-20, 2018

    Subjects covered by Superbones Superwounds West 2018 include:
    Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome Total Ankle Replacement, Role of Oxygen in Healing, Peripheral Arterial Disease, Acute vs Chronic Hallus Varus, Reconstructing the Charcot Foot, Latest Advances in Hammertoe Correction, Endovascular Management of the Ischemic Foot, Surgical Management of Diabetic Foot Infections and more.

    Upon completion of the Superbones Superwounds West 2018, you will be able to:
    • Identify and demonstrate the epidemiology and pathophysiology of lower extremity diseases focusing on nail, skin and disorders of bone and soft tissue.
    • Identify the etiopathogenesis and basic principles of wound care and their importance in managing chronic lower extremity wounds.
    • Understand the classification of infected wounds based on thorough examination and demonstrate appropriate management.
    • Recognize the presentations of complex diabetic and non-diabetic foot and ankle deformities along with their underlying pathogenesis and biomechanical perturbations.
    • Demonstrate the repositioning and stabilization of these deformities with various internal and external fixation techniques and technologies.
    • Evaluate and comprehend evidence-based outcome data for the treatment of disorders of the diabetic and non-diabetic lower limb.

    Location: 3730 So. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89158

    Target Audience: Podiatrists

    • Cost: $149
    • Credit hours: 16
    • CME credits awarded by: New York College of Podiatric Medicine
    • Format: Live Conference
  • Desert Foot 2018 Conference, Sheraton Grand Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ – Nov 7-10 , 2018

    Learning Objectives of Desert Foot 2018 Conference include:
    • Be able to identify and demonstrate the epidemiology and pathophysiology of lower extremity disease.
    • Demonstrate the basic principles of managing skin and nail disease.
    • Recall the underlying etiopathogenesis of diabetic foot ulcers and how this relates to appropriate management.
    • Recognize the presenting characteristics of infections of the skin, nail, soft tissue, and bone and demonstrate their appropriate management.
    • Understand current classification systems for diabetic foot ulcers and diabetic foot infections.
    • Identify the basic pathophysiologic mechanisms involved in chronic wounds and with such knowledge be able to determine and utilize appropriate interventions to affect final healing.
    • Recognize the ischemic and neuroischemic foot through clinical and diagnostic modalities and understand various treatment options for management.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of the evidence supporting multiple advanced wound technologies that can be used to expedite chronic wound healing.
    • Identify the role of surgical interventions in the management of High Risk lower extremity disorders.

    Location: 340 North 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004

    Target Audience:
    Podiatrists, VA, DOD, HIS and PHS Healthcare Professionals

    • Cost: $149
    • Credit hours: 16
    • CME credits awarded by: New York College of Podiatric Medicine and Professional Education Services Group
    • Format: Live Conference