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Complete Foot Care Course

  1. 1. Multi-disciplinary facultyAOFAS Complete Foot Care Course Team approach to total foot and ankle care • Didactic presentations • Breakout sessions September 28-29, 2012 Hyatt Fairfax at Fair Lakes • Fairfax, Virginia Course Chair: Steven K. Neufeld, MD
  2. 2. Faculty and Course Information FACULTY NURSES ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEONS Gabrielle Rosen, RN Steven K. Neufeld, MD, Course Chair Arlington, Virginia Arlington, Virginia Margaret Rowell, BSN, RN Carroll P Jones, III, MD, Co-Chair . Burlington, Vermont Charlotte, North Carolina ORTHOTISTS / PEDORTHISTS Matthew M. Buchanan, MD Dennis Janisse, CPed Arlington, Virginia Milwaukee, Wisconsin Rebecca A. Cerrato, MD Elliot Weintrob, CPO Baltimore, Maryland Arlington, Virginia Daniel J. Cuttica, DO PHYSICAL THERAPISTS Washington, DC Matt Bernier, PT Robert Dehne, MD Arlington, Virginia Austin, Texas Deborah Nawoczenski, PT, PhD Daniel C. Farber, MD Rochester, New York Baltimore, Maryland PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS Saul G. Trevino, MD Josie Hyams, PAC Burlington, Vermont Arlington, Virginia RADIOLOGIST Nate Shaefer, PAC Kevin M. Johnson, MD Arlington, Virginia Fairfax, Virginia ATHLETIC TRAINER, CERTIFIED Marcia Graddon, ATC Arlington, Virginia Faculty subject to change PURPOSE to each participant’s specific practice A comprehensive multi-disciplinary course and attendees will have the opportunity for health care professionals, this course to rotate through each session. Case enables participants to enhance their skills presentations will demonstrate treatment in the management of foot and ankle principles and facilitate open discussion. problems. Topics covered include: the evaluation and office treatment of common GOALS causes of forefoot, midfoot and hindfoot This course is designed to give attendees pain; the assessment of foot mechanics; the knowledge and skills to: the aging foot; the role of shoewear and • Demonstrate and apply diagnostic orthotic devices in treating disorders; foot skills, treatments and techniques in the and ankle injuries; and foot complications in non-operative care of foot and ankle diabetes mellitus. This course emphasizes disorders the non-operative management of foot and • Identify the roles of other disciplines ankle problems. in the treatment of foot and ankle problems COURSE DESCRIPTION • Maximize and enhance clinical skills in In general sessions, members of the faculty the management of patients with foot will discuss their roles in the integrated care and ankle disorders of a wide variety of common foot and ankle ailments. Breakout sessions will address • Identify and apply strategies to improve aspects of foot and ankle care relevant patient outcomes2
  3. 3. Course InformationWHO SHOULD ATTEND PROGRAMThis meeting is designed for physicians and The AOFAS attests that the personsother health care professionals involved in responsible for the development of thisfoot and ankle care including nurses, nurse educational activity did so independentlypractitioners, medical/physician assistants, and were not influenced by commercialorthopaedic technicians, physical therapists, supporters.athletic trainers, and orthotists/pedorthistsand prosthetists. DISCLOSURE The AOFAS requires all instructors, plannersSTATEMENT OF NEED and other individuals in a position to controlA need for this educational activity has or influence the content of an educationalbeen determined based on previous course activity to disclose all relevant financialevaluations and the AOFAS educational relationships or affiliations during the past 12curriculum. The content of this course was months with any commercial interest (anybased on current issues and topics provided entity producing, marketing, re-selling, orby AOFAS membership and leadership. distributing health care goods and services consumed by, or used on patients). AllCME CREDIT identified conflicts of interest must beThe AOFAS is accredited by the Accreditation resolved and the education content vettedCouncil for Continuing Medical Education by the AOFAS for fair balance, scientific(ACCME) to provide continuing medical objectivity and appropriateness. The AOFASeducation (CME) for physicians. also requires faculty to disclose when off-label/unapproved uses of a product areACCREDITATION: discussed in a CME activity. All financialPhysicians disclosures will be provided to meetingThe AOFAS designates this live activity for attendees in the final program materials.a maximum of 13.5 AMA PRA Category1 creditsTM. Physicians should only claim DISCLAIMERcredit commensurate with the extent of The methods, techniques and procedurestheir participation in the activity. Course demonstrated and views and opinionsparticipants are required to submit a expressed by speakers, presenters andcompleted evaluation form at the end of faculty during this continuing medicalthe course in order to receive CME credit. education program are their own, and do not represent those of the AOFAS nor doesPhysician Assistants presentation on the program represent orThe AAPS accepts Category 1 Credits from constitute endorsement or promotion byorganizations accredited by the ACCME. the AOFAS. The AOFAS expressly disclaims any warranties or guarantees, expressed orContact and continuing education hours implied, and shall not be liable for damagespending approval*: of any kind in connection with the material, Certified Athletic Trainers: Board of • methods, information, techniques, opinions, Certification (BOC) or procedures expressed, presented or• Nurses: National Association of demonstrated. Orthopaedic Nurses (NAON)• Orthotists/Pedorthists and Prosthetists: American Board of Certification (ABC)• Physical Therapists: Virginia Physical Therapy Association (VPTA)* lease check website for certification P updates at Daily Breakout Sessions 3
  4. 4. CME Mission EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM orthopaedic surgery fellows and MISSION residents in training, and allied healthcare professionals having an interest in the CME Purpose: The American Orthopaedic treatment of foot and ankle disorders. Foot Ankle Society (AOFAS) is a non- profit professional organization committed Types of activities provided: The types of to improving the medical and surgical care activities that comprise the AOFAS CME of disorders of the foot and ankle. The program include comprehensive annual overall goal of the AOFAS CME program scientific meetings containing seminars, is to provide orthopaedic foot and ankle symposia, papers, courses, clinical surgeons with the highest quality learning and practice management workshops, opportunities that are designed to advance technology tips, and electronic posters as physician competence, enhance practice well as regional courses on clinical topics. performance, promote patient safety, and improve patient outcomes in the population Expected results of the program: The served. The AOFAS CME programs are expected results of the AOFAS CME designed to respond to, and be reflective of, program are to provide orthopaedic foot continuous assessment of needs as derived and ankle surgeons and other healthcare from scientific advances in the field of professionals with educational programs orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery and the that address gaps in professional practice, needs and desires of AOFAS members. The enhance the participant’s competence AOFAS further seeks to provide orthopaedic and practice performance, improve patient foot and ankle surgeons as well as allied outcomes, as well as contribute to lifelong healthcare providers with educational learning among practicing orthopaedic foot programs and materials of the highest and ankle surgeons. Specific expected quality, to constantly improve the content results include: and value of these educational activities and to promote research in all aspects of • Increase member and non-member orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery and competence in treating disorders of the related sciences in the promotion of quality foot and ankle healthcare. • Promote the highest possible standards in clinical orthopaedic foot and ankle Content areas: AOFAS CME content surgery practice identifies and addresses the treatment of • Provide the target audience with all clinical issues related to foot and ankle a forum for the exchange of ideas congenital and acquired disorders, and is and methodologies in the field of designed to meet the educational needs of orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery and AOFAS members, orthopaedic surgeons, related medical and basic sciences fellows and residents, and healthcare providers engaged in the practice of treating • Increase the body of knowledge existing disorders of the foot and ankle. Additionally, in the field of orthopaedic foot and ankle the AOFAS CME program provides content surgery for topics such as effective management of • Provide educational opportunities to an orthopaedic foot and ankle practice and members in all aspects of orthopaedic other areas deemed relevant by the needs foot and ankle surgery of the membership. • Provide an ongoing assessment of the impact of the AOFAS CME program Target audience: The goal of the AOFAS and make modifications to existing CME program is to provide educational activities and develop new activities as activities that support orthopaedic foot appropriate and ankle surgeons, general orthopaedic surgeons, physicians in related specialties,4
  5. 5. Housing and TravelHousing To / From Union Station / Washington, DC:Hyatt Fairfax at Fair Lakes Venturing in and out of the city is easy and12777 Fair Lakes Circle affords travelers several options.Fairfax, VA 22033 Take Vienna / Metro (15 minutes fromPhone: 703-818-1234 the hotel) via the hotel’s transportationFax: 703-653-6109 department. For points west of the WhiteReservations: 888-421-1442 House, exit at Farragut West. Change atA block of guest rooms is being held at the Metro Center to take the Red Line tothe reduced rate of $106 single or double Union Station (Amtrak). Union Station isoccupancy (plus current tax of 9%) until approximately a 45-minute taxi ride fromAugust 30, 2012 or until the block is sold out, the hotel.whichever comes first. NearbyReservations: Washington Dulles International Airport• Phone: 888-421-1442. Identify yourself (11.64 miles) as an AOFAS Complete Foot Care Course Washington, DC (23 miles) group member. Reagan Washington National Airport• nline: Go to O (24 miles) and Baltimore, Maryland (60 miles) click on hotel link. Richmond, Virginia (103 miles)Transportation TravelTo / From Washington Dulles International AMERICAN AIRLINES is the preferredAirport / Ronald Reagan Washington carrier for AOFAS meetings and offers aNational Airport: 5% DISCOUNT OFF ANY FARE to DullesGuests departing from either airport can International, Reagan National or Baltimore/hail a taxi just outside the airport terminal to Washington International Airport for thistake them to the hotel. For departing guests, course.please allow the Concierge to call one of the Take advantage of the savings!following taxi companies for you: This discount is available on reservationsRed Top Taxi – 703-934-4444 using any one of the following methods:(approx. $30 one way) • Online at www.aa.comSuper Shuttle – 800-258-3826 Enter Promotional Code 7792BG in theWashington Flyer – 703-661-8230 designated field • Attendees in North America: CallTo / From Vienna (Orange Line) Metro American Airlines Meeting Services atStations / Area Shopping Malls / Local 800-433-1790Business Parks: Enter Promotional Code 7792BG inAs a courtesy to guests, there is the designated fieldcomplimentary transportation to localbusiness parks within a 2-mile radius, • Attendees outside North America:Vienna metro station, and area shopping Contact American’s Oneworld Alliancemalls. Reservations are required and Partners directly and referencetransportation is subject to availability. Promotional Code 7792BGPlease call the Hyatt Front Desk to make For • personal, professional service, contactyour reservation at 703-818-1234. Tomi Gaudio, the preferred travel account manager for the AOFAS: Phone: 847-348-3600 ext 6 or 877-366-0366 (Toll Free) E-mail: Please identify yourself as an AOFAS meeting attendee. Take advantage of a 5% discount from American Airlines 5
  6. 6. Program Information THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 , 8:50 am 4:00 – 7:00 pm Metatarsalgia / MTP Instability / Neuromas Registration Steven K. Neufeld, MD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 9:05 am 7:00 am Hallux Rigidus and Sesamoiditis Daniel C. Farber, MD Registration 9:20 am 7:00 am Hallux Valgus Continental Breakfast / Exhibits Daniel J. Cuttica, DO 7:30 am 9:30 am Introduction and Course Objectives Panel: Conservative Treatment for Steven K. Neufeld, MD, Program Chair the Forefoot Daniel C. Farber, MD Symposium 1 – The Basics Daniel J. Cuttica, DO 7:40 – 8:40 am Steven K. Neufeld, MD Moderator: Robert Dehne, MD Saul G. Trevino, MD 7:40 am 9:40 am Clinical Evaluation of the Foot Break / Visit Exhibits Robert Dehne, MD Symposium III – Pes Cavus / Pes Planus 7:55 am 10:05 – 10:50 am Radiographic Evaluation of the Foot Moderator: Saul G. Trevino, MD Kevin M. Johnson, MD 10:05 am 8:05 am Pes Cavus: Diagnosis and Management Foot Biomechanics and Gait Analysis Rebecca A. Cerrato, MD Deborah Nawoczenski, PT, PhD 10:20 am 8:20 am Pes Planus: Diagnosis and Management General Pedorthic Principles Carroll P Jones, III, MD . Dennis Janisse, CPed 10:35 am 8:30 am Pedorthic Footwear Options and the Questions and Panel Discussion Management of Pes Cavus / Pes Planus Robert Dehne, MD Rebecca A. Cerrato, MD Dennis Janisse, CPed Carroll P Jones, III, MD . Deborah Nawoczenski, PT, PhD Saul G. Trevino, MD Kevin M. Johnson, MD Symposium IV – Foot and Ankle Trauma Symposium II – The Forefoot 10:50 am – 12:00 pm 8:40 – 9:40 am Moderator: Daniel C. Farber, MD Moderator: Daniel C. Farber, MD 10:50 am 8:40 am Common Midfoot and Forefoot Fractures Lesser Toe Deformities Matthew M. Buchanan, MD Saul G. Trevino, MD6
  7. 7. Program Information11:05 am Group C – Rotation starts with: Calcaneus and Talus Fractures Breakout #3 from 1:00 – 1:45 pm Steven K. Neufeld, MD Breakout #1 from 2:00 – 2:45 pm Breakout #2 from 3:00 – 3:45 pm11:20 am Ankle Fractures #1 natomy, Examination and Radiology A Carroll P Jones, III, MD . of the Foot Robert Dehne, MD, Moderator11:35 am a) Foot and Ankle Examination Rehabilitation After Foot and Ankle Trauma Robert Dehne, MD Matt Bernier, PT Saul G. Trevino, MD Matt Bernier, PT11:50am Daniel J. Cuttica, DO Trauma Case Presentations Deborah Nawoczenski, PT, PhD Moderator: Daniel C. Farber, MD Matthew M. Buchanan, MD b) Imaging: The Basics and Commonly Steven K. Neufeld, MD Missed Fractures (including Carroll P Jones, III, MD . radiology for Nurses and Physical Therapists)12:05 – 1:00 pm Kevin M. Johnson, MD Lunch / Visit Exhibits Josie Hyams, PAC Nate Shaefer, PAC1:00 – 3:45 pm Breakout Sessions #2 nderstanding Footwear: Athletic U Custom. Understanding Prosthetics #1 – 1:00 – 1:45 pm Matthew M. Buchanan, MD, Moderator #2 – 2:00 – 2:45 pm a) Orthotics and Braces #3 – 3:00 – 3:45 pm Dennis Janisse, CPed Elliot Weintrob, CPORefreshments in hallway in-between b) Athletic Taping and Bracesrooms available at time of room switch Marcia Graddon, ATC Daniel C. Farber, MDFaculty will give their breakoutpresentations / demonstrations #3 The Efficient Office3 times each afternoon. Attendees will Steven K. Neufeld, MD, Moderatorbe assigned to a group (A, B, or C) andeach group will rotate through the a) Basic Foot and Ankle CPT Coding3 breakout sessions. and Billing Steven K. Neufeld, MDGroup A – Rotation starts with: b) Happy Patients = Happy PracticeBreakout #1 from 1:00 – 1:45 pm Gabrielle Rosen, RNBreakout #2 from 2:00 – 2:45 pm Rebecca A. Cerrato, MDBreakout #3 from 3:00 – 3:45 pm 3:45 – 3:55 pm Group B – Rotation starts with: Complete Evaluation and return to Breakout #2 from 1:00 – 1:45 pm Registration DeskBreakout #3 from 2:00 – 2:45 pmBreakout #1 from 3:00 – 3:45 pm 4:00 – 5:30 pm Welcome Reception with Exhibitors 7
  8. 8. Program Information SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29 , Symposium VI – Arthritis 7:00 am 9:05 – 10:15 am Registration Moderator: Daniel J. Cuttica, DO 7:00 am 9:05 am Continental Breakfast / Exhibits The Aging Foot Saul G. Trevino, MD 7:25 am Announcements 9:30 am Steven K. Neufeld, MD Rheumatoid Arthritis: The Disease and Management Symposium V – Diabetes Rebecca A. Cerrato, MD 7:30 – 9:05 am 9:45 am Moderator: Matthew M. Buchanan, MD Ankle Arthritis: Fusion vs Ankle Replacement 7:30 am Steven K. Neufeld, MD The Diabetic Patient and the Problem Robert Dehne, MD 10:00 am Pedorthic / Bracewear: Options for the 7:45 am Arthritic Foot and Ankle Charcot Arthropathy Moderator: Daniel J. Cuttica, DO Carroll P Jones, III, MD . Rebecca A. Cerrato, MD Saul G. Trevino, MD 8:00 am Diabetic Ulcers 10:15 am Robert Dehne, MD Break / Visit Exhibitors 8:15 am Symposium VII – Sports Injuries Wound Care for the Diabetic Patient Margaret Rowell, BSN, RN 10:40 am – 12:00 pm Moderator: Rebecca A. Cerrato, MD 8:35 am Nail and Skin Care for the Insensate Foot 10:40 am Nate Shaefer, PAC Plantar Heel Pain Carroll P Jones, III, MD . 8:45 am Pedorthic / Bracewear: Treatment for 10:55 am the Diabetic Patient – Case-based Achilles Tendonosis: Insertional Achilles Discussion Tendonitis Moderator: Matthew M. Buchanan, MD Matthew M. Buchannan, MD Robert Dehne, MD Carroll P Jones, III, MD . 11:10 am Nate Shaefer, PA C Achilles Repair Margaret Rowell, BSN, RN Daniel J. Cuttica, DO8
  9. 9. Program Information11:25 am #1 Gait Mechanics and Systems Peroneal Tendon Tears Deborah Nawoczenski, PT, PhD, Steven K. Neufeld, MD Moderator a) Foot Mechanics and Gait Analysis11:35 am Deborah Nawoczenski, PT, PhD Physical Therapy for Tendon Injuries Marcia Graddon, ATC in Athletes Matt Bernier, PT b) edorthics/Orthotics in a Managed P Care World (including the11:45 am Comprehensive Shoe Bill) Pedorthic / Bracewear: Options for the Dennis Janisse, CPed Sports Injuries of the Foot and Ankle Elliott Weintrob, CPO 12:00 – 1:00 pm #2 nderstanding Wound Care and Vital U Lunch/ Visit Exhibits Wound Care Products Margaret Rowell, BSN, RN, Moderator1:00 – 3:45 pm a) Total Contact Casting Breakout Sessions Demonstration; Wound Vacs Margaret Rowell, BSN, RN #1 – 1:00 – 1:45 pm Gabrielle Rosen, RN #2 – 2:00 – 2:45 pm Rebecca A. Cerrato, MD #3 – 3:00 – 3:45 pm Nate Shaefer, PAC b) asic Wounds and Their Treatments BRefreshments in hallway in-between Steven K. Neufeld, MDrooms available at time of room switch Daniel J. Cuttica, DO Faculty will give their breakout #3 reatment Protocols for the Common Tpresentations / demonstrations Injury and Condition3 times each afternoon. Attendees Saul G. Trevino, MD, Moderatorshould continue with the groupassignment (A, B, or C) from the previous a) Physical Therapy Protocols withday. Each group will rotate through the Modalities3 breakout sessions. Matt Bernier, PT b) ommon Foot and Ankle Injuries CGroup A – Rotation starts with: • Sprains That Won’t HealBreakout #1 from 1:00 – 1:45 pm Daniel C.Farber, MDBreakout #2 from 2:00 – 2:45 pm • The Adult FootBreakout #3 from 3:00 – 3:45 pm Carroll P Jones, III, MD . • The Pediatric FootGroup B – Rotation starts with: Robert Dehne, MDBreakout #2 from 1:00 – 1:45 pm • The Athletic FootBreakout #3 from 2:00 – 2:45 pm Matthew M. Buchanan, MDBreakout #1 from 3:00 – 3:45 pm 3:45 – 3:55 pm Group C – Rotation starts with: Complete Evaluation and return toBreakout #3 from 1:00 – 1:45 pm Registration DeskBreakout #1 from 2:00 – 2:45 pmBreakout #2 from 3:00 – 3:45 pm 4:00 pm Course Adjourns Program subject to change Advance Registration ends September 7 9
  10. 10. Course and Registration Information PROGRAM FORMAT The AOFAS may photograph you as you The program will be held at the Hyatt Fairfax participate in this course and related at Fair Lakes. The educational sessions will activities. These photos may be used by be held as follows: the AOFAS in future promotional materials. If you do not consent to being • Friday, September 28 from photographed, please send an e-mail to 7:30 am – 5:30 pm (including the by September 7 . Welcome Reception) • Saturday, September 29 from CANCELLATION / REFUNDS 7:25 am – 4:00 pm Requests to cancel registration and obtain General Sessions, including case a refund must be received in writing at presentations demonstrating treatment the AOFAS Executive Office by the key principles, will take place in the mornings, deadlines shown below. and the afternoon breakout sessions will Mail: 6300 North River Road, Suite 510 run from 1:00 pm on Friday and Saturday. Rosemont, IL 60018 Each breakout session will address Fax: 847-692-3315 aspects of foot and ankle care relevant to E-mail: participants’ specific practice; attendees will have the opportunity to rotate through each KEY REGISTRATION DEADLINES session. August 31, 2012 Deadline for 100% Cancellation Refund Registration fee includes continental breakfasts, breaks, lunch, and the Welcome September 14, 2012 Reception on Friday evening. On-site Deadline for 50% Cancellation Refund registration begins Thursday, September 27 (Less $100 processing fee) from 4:00 to 7:00 pm at the Hyatt Fairfax The AOFAS reserves the right to cancel the at Fair Lakes. Additional information will be course 30 days prior to the course date. included in your registration confirmation Should this occur, course registrants will letter sent via e-mail within one week of the be notified by e-mail or mail at the address meeting. indicated on the registration form. Persons who registered at least 30 days prior to COURSE POLICIES the date of course cancellation will also be Course sessions, food functions and contacted by telephone. Registration fees exhibits are for course participants only. will be refunded in full. However, costs The AOFAS regrets that spouses, families incurred by the registrants, such as airline or and unregistered staff are not permitted hotel penalties, are the responsibility of the in these areas. If you have not received registrant. your registration confirmation within one week of your departure for the course, please contact the AOFAS Executive Office at or call 800-235-4855 or 847-698-4654 (outside US). The AOFAS will not be responsible for expenses incurred by an individual who is not confirmed and for whom space is not available at the course. Recording of the sessions is prohibited.10
  11. 11. Registration Form September 28-29, 2012AOFAS Complete Foot Care Course Fairfax, VirginiaIf you are not an AOFAS or AAOS member, resident, fellow, non-member physician, or allied healthprofessional, please contact the AOFAS Executive Office at or 847-698-4654to determine your registration category.PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY. Photocopy form for additional registrants.Full Name: ________________________________________________ Degree ______________First Name/Nickname (for badge): ____________________________________________________Company / Facility Name ___________________________________________________________Office Address ____________________________________________________________________ (NOTE: This address will be provided to attendees and exhibitors)City ___________________________________________State/Province_____________________ZIP/Postal Code _________________________________Country __________________________Office Phone ___________________________________Fax ______________________________E-mail (required for confirmation) ____________________________________________________ADA Compliance: Indicate below any on-site needs (i.e. dietary, audio/visual devices, etc.) orsend a separate e-mail to by September 7 to receive service(s) requested.__________________________________________________________________________________REGISTRATION FEES (US Dollars)One day registration is not available. All registrants must pay the full registration fee whichincludes course materials, admission to the sessions, exhibits, and indicated meals. On or before Sept 7 After Sept 7AOFAS Member $515 $575AAOS Member $550 $625Non-member Attendee $575 $675 Payment required at time ofInternational Attendee $375 $425 registration. Allow 2-3 days forResident and Fellow $350 $375 (fax verification to 847-692-3315) processing and e-mail receipt.Allied Health Professional* $350 $375 * Mark your Allied Health Professional title: Credit card payments: r Athletic Trainer (ATC) r Orthotist Online: r Medical Assistant (MA) r Pedorthist (CPed) completefoot r Nurse (RN) r Physical Therapist (PT) r Nurse Practitioner (NP) r Physician Assistant (PA) Login required. Please do NOT r Orthopaedic Technician r Prosthetist create a new record if you are an AOFAS Member or haveTOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED $ ______________ attended an AOFAS meetingPAYMENT (Please review Cancellation/Refunds policy) within the past six years. Check enclosed (US funds payable to AOFAS) Fax: 847-692-3315 Credit Card: VISA® MasterCard® AmEx® Phone: 800-235-4855 orNumber | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | 847-698-4654 (outside US) Exp. | | | | | Security # | | | | | m m y y Check or credit card payments: Mail: American OrthopaedicCardholder Name (please print) Foot Ankle Society__________________________________________________ 22271 Network PlCardholder Signature Chicago, IL 60673-1222__________________________________________________Credit card billing address if different than office address__________________________________________________________________________________
  12. 12. 6300 N. River Road, Suite 510 • Rosemont, IL 60018COMPLETE FOOT CARE COURSESeptember 28-29, 2012Hyatt Fairfax at Fair LakesFairfax, VirginiaCourse Chair: Steven K. Neufeld, MDWho Should Attend?• Nurses• Nurse practitioners• Medical/physician assistants• Orthopaedic technicians• Physical therapists• Athletic trainers• Orthotists/pedorthists• Prosthetists Save when you register by September 7