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  1. 1. THE ACADEMY OF AMBULATORY FOOT AND ANKLE SURGERY AAFAS CADAVER SEMINAR in Affiliation with THE OHIO COLLEGE OF PODIATRIC MEDICINE June 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 2012 24 CME Credits Our MissionOur Mission is that of an educational organization for providing continuing medical education courses to the global network ofmembers and non-members, including members of the medical community and the general public which improves the quality oflife for patients with foot and ankle disorders through innovative education, research, and service including techniques in mini-mally invasive ambulatory foot and ankle surgical procedures. The expected result of the overall program is to promote ethicalhigh quality treatment of patients by a group of morally motivated professionals. These courses will be presented by variouseducational methods including lectures, panel discussion, discussion groups, question-answer periods, laboratory participation,case review and presentation, demonstrations, audiovisual materials and other methods. Superb Didactic Lectures Aided by Power Point and Videotape Presentations and Hands-on-Cadaver Laboratory Instruction National and International Experts in Minimally Invasive Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery Course Description: This three day course allows the participating surgeon to experience a comprehensive and intense learning opportunity focusing on Minimally Invasive Foot & Ankle Surgical techniques. This course is designed for surgeons who have never performed minimally invasive foot and ankle surgery as well as more experienced foot and ankle surgeons who wish to learn other procedures and/ or improve their technique. Courses will be in:  Simultaneous translation  Labs in English & Spanish Course Objectives:  Provide the physician with specific information on the techniques employed for minimal invasive ambulatory foot and ankle surgical procedures in treating patients suffering from both forefoot, rearfoot and ankle pathology.  Provide the physician with comprehensive discussion of innovations of minimally invasive foot and ankle surgery, including differential diagnosis and treatment of the various con- ditions.  Provide the physician with a review of anatomy of the foot and ankle.  Provide the physician with a Hands-on Cadaver Lab session to perform and practice the procedures taught and discussed throughout the seminar lectures.  The Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a sponsor of continuing education in podiatric medicine.  The Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery is also a Member of NOCA.
  2. 2. THE ACADEMY OF AMBULATORY FOOT AND ANKLE SURGERY AAFAS CADAVER SEMINAR in Affiliation with THE OHIO COLLEGE OF PODIATRIC MEDICINE June 21, 22, & 23rd, 2012 AGENDA 24 CMEThursday Morning, June 21, 2012 Friday Morning, June 22, 20127:00 Registration 8:00-8:45 1st Metatarsal Osteotomy with Cheilectomy7:45-8:00 Opening Remarks/Welcome Dr. Victor Horsley Dr. Michael Fanous 8:45-9:30 Surgery for Sinus Tarsitis & Tarsal Tunnel8:00-8:15 Introduction of MIS Philosophy & Synopsis Syndrome of lectures Dr. Daniel Walters Dr. Edward Cohen 9:30-10:15 5th Metatarsal Base & Tarsal Surgery8:15-9:00 MIS Instrumentation Dr. Victor Horsley Dr. Borys Markewych 10:15-10:30 Break9:00-9:45 Pedal Anatomy 10:30-11:15 Subtalar Arthroreisis Dr. Stephanie J. Belovich, Chair Basic Sciences Dr. Michael Fanous Dept. Ohio College of Podiatic Medicine 11:15 -12:00 Percutaneous Posterior Calcaneal9:45-10:00 Break Exostectomy10:00-10:45 Basics of MIS Surgery of Toes & Metatarsals Dr. Edward Behmer Dr. Edward Cohen 12:00-12:45 Lunch10:45-11:30 Conservative Management of Lower Extremity Friday, Afternoon Session Pathology in the Vascular Compromised 12:45-1:45 Plantar Fasciotomy & Fibromatosis Surgery Geriatric Population Dr. Edward Cohen Dr. Samuel Liebson 1:45-2:30 Fore Foot Reconstruction11:30-12:15 P.M. Fox Arthrodesis for Hammer Toes Dr. Jeffrey Adler Dr. Jeffrey Adler 2:30-3:15 Bandaging12:15-1:15 P.M. Lunch Dr. Borys Markewych 3:15-3:30 BreakThursday, Afternoon Session 3:30-4:15 Hallux Malleus & Digital Pathology1:15-2:00 Modified Weil Lesser Metatarsal Osteotomy Dr. Victor Horsley Dr. Edward Behmer 4:15-6:15 Coding Update2:00-2:45 Tailor’s Bunion Dr. Michael Warshaw Dr. Sheldon Nadal2:45-3:30 Reverdin Isham Bunionectomy Saturday Morning, June 23, 2012 Dr. Borys Markewych3:30-3:45 Break 8:00-9:00 Saw Bones Lab3:45-4:30 Wilson Bunionectomy 9:00 -12:00 Cadaver Labs Begin Dr. Sheldon Nadal4:30-5:15 Z Bunionectomy Saturday Afternoon Session Dr. Edward Behmer5:15-5:45 Hallux Varus Correction & Making Strategic 12:00-1:00 Lunch Surgical Incision for MIS Dr. Stephen Weissman 1:00-5:00 Cadaver Lab5:45-6:30 Wound Care & Limb Salvage Dr. Michael Fanous List of LecturersMichael Fanous, DPM, Victorville, California Borys Markewych, DPM, Spokane, WashingtonEdward Cohen, DPM, Gulf Port, Mississippi Samuel Liebson, DPM, Cincinnati, OhioJeffrey Adler, DPM, New York, New York Sheldon Nadal, DPM, Toronto, CanadaEdward Behmer, DPM, Huntsville, Alabama Victor Horsley, DPM, Belleville, IllinoisMichael Warshaw, DPM, Ravenna, Ohio Stephen Weissman, DPM, Milwaukee, WisconsinDaniel Walters, DPM, Chicago, Illinois Stephanie J. Belovich, Ph.D., Chair, Basic Sciences Dept., Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine
  3. 3. To Register:Mail or Fax the completed registration form to The Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery/National Office with yourregistration payment method: Check, Visa, MasterCard or American Express.Please make checks payable to: The Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle SurgeryCancellations:The Academy requires a 14 business day notice of cancellation prior to the meeting.Cancellations after June 7th will forfeit 50% of their registration fee. The Academy has been approved by the Council of Podiatric Medical Education as a sponsor of continuing education in Podiatric Medicine.Seminar Fee:The course fee is $745.00 per physician, for Academy members both National and International, $945.00 per physician fornon-members. Life Members $275.00 (must be fully retired). For Seminar Registration - Contact Harriet Waloff at The Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery National Office. Telephone Numbers: 1 800 433-4892 or 215 569-3303 Seminar Hotel Accommodations Embassy Suites 5800 Rockside Wood Blvd. Independence, Ohio 44130 Call for Reservations: 216 986 9900 $98.00 per night with breakfast and transportation to and from airport. Please tell them you are with AAFAS———————————————————————————————————————————————————REGISTRATION FORM - - - PLEASE FILL IN THE BELOW INFORMATION:AAFAS MEMBER: $745.00 Life Member: $275.00 (must be fully retired) Non-AAFAS MEMBER: $945.00Payment Method: (Please check one)_____Check Enclosed _______ Visa _______ MasterCard ________ AMEXAccount Number:________________________________________________________Exp.________Signature: ______________________________________________________Make Checks payable to: The Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery 1601 Walnut Street Suite 1005 Philadelphia, PA 19102 Tel: 1- 800-433-4892 or 215-569-3303, or fax 215-569-3310Name: _____________________________________________________________________________Address:____________________________________________________________________________City: ______________________________State:_____ Zip Code:___________Country:_________Telephone No: ______________________ E-Mail Address:___________________________________
  4. 4. The Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery Returns to New Orleans, Louisiana JOIN US!! Mark your Calendar New Orleans Nov. 8-10th, 2012