On-line Brochure - The Podiatry Institute

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On-line Brochure - The Podiatry Institute

FOREFOOT

HALLUX VALGUS

AND RELATED

DISORDERS

OF THE 1ST RAY

MID-FOOT,

REARFOOT

AND ANKLE

SURGERY

TRAUMA

MEDICINE

HANDS-ON

WORKSHOPS

PICA RISK

MANAGEMENT

SESSION

Over

KS

DISTINGUISHED FACULTY AND SPEAKERS

SEMINAR CHAIRMAN

John A. Ruch, DPM Tucker, Georgia

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS

Gage M. Caudell, DPM Fort Wayne, Indiana

Richard H. Mann, DPM Boynton Beach, Florida

Douglas H. Richie, Jr., DPM Seal Beach, California

Naohiro Shibuya, DPM Temple, Texas

KANSAS PODIATRIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, CO-SPONSOR

CURRENT CONCEPTS IN THE MANAGEMENT

OF FOOT & ANKLE DISORDERS

OverlandPark

THE PODIATRY INSTITUTE FACULTY

William D. Fishco, DPM Anthem, Arizona

Donald R. Green, DPM San Diego, California

George S. Gumann, Jr. DPM Columbus, Georgia

Michael C. McGlamry, DPM Cumming, Georgia

Aprajita Nakra, DPM Gilbert, Arizona

Scott R. Roman, DPM Covington, Georgia

Thomas F. Smith, DPM Augusta, Georgia

Joe T. Southerland, DPM Arlington, Texas

Mitzi L. Williams, DPM Oakland, California

Each speaker is required to disclose the exis tence of any financial and/or other rela tionship(s) (e.g., employee, con sul tant, speaker’s bureau, grant recipient, research support) he/she might have with a) the

manu facturer(s) of any com mer cial product(s) to be dis cussed during his/her pre sen ta tion and/or b) the commercial contributor(s) of the activity.

CORPORATE

SPONSORS

Special thanks to our

2013 Corporate Sponsors

for their out standing

support of The Podiatry

Institute and the continued

devel opment of excellence

in post-graduate continu ing

educa tion. Please support

these companies that

support your profession.

PLATINUM

Amerx Health

Care Corp

Langer

Biomechanics

PICA Group

Stryker Foot & Ankle

GOLD

Bako Pathology

Services

BME

(BioMedical

Enterprises, Inc.)

Hyperion Medical

Metasurg

Realm Labs

SILVER

Bioventus

Blaine Labs

ConMed Linvatec

Delta Surgical

Instruments

Dynasplint Systems

Solana Surgical

Strata Pathology

Services

The Tetra

Corporation

BRONZE

Metric Medical

The Podiatry Institute cannot be held

liable for events beyond its control, such

as acts of God, government regulations,

disasters or weather-related hazards,

civil unrest, or any other emergency,

making it inad visable or impossible to

hold the conference. The Podiatry

Institute will make every effort to inform

the participants as soon as possible to

enable the participants to cancel hotel

and flight arrange ments. The entire

contents of this brochure are copy righted

by The Podiatry Institute with all rights

reserved. Repro duction or use, without

permission, of written or graphic content

in any manner is prohibited. ©2013

Photo courtesy of © Overland Park CVB


THE PODIATRY INSTITUTE

®

2675 North Decatur Road

Suite 309

Decatur, GA 30033-6132

A NONPROFIT TEACHING FOUNDATION

Nonprofit

Organization

U.S. Postage

PAI D

Atlanta, GA

Permit #1954

OverlandPark

THE PODIATRY INSTITUTE

®

AUG 23-25

OVERLAND PARK MARRIOTT

OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS

KANSAS PODIATRIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, CO-SPONSOR

CURRENT CONCEPTS IN THE MANAGEMENT

OF FOOT & ANKLE DISORDERS

This is a PICA approved

risk management seminar.

UP CONTINUING EDUCATION

TO 20.0 CONTACT HOURS

Photo courtesy of © Kansas City CVA


Photos courtesy of © Kansas City CVA (Kansas City Zoo tiger) and © Overland Park CVB

OVERLAND PARK AREA ATTRACTIONS

FAMILY FUN

Build-a-Bear Workshop An interactive entertainment

retail store where “guest bear builders” choose, stuff,

stitch, fluff, name, dress and take home their own

stuffed animals. Oak Park Mall, 11465 W 95th St

913.307.0328 888.789.2327 www.buildabear.com

Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead Visitors enjoy

a turn-of-the-century farm including a one-room

country schoolhouse, horse-drawn wagon and pony

rides and an Indian Encampment. 13800 Switzer

Rd 913.895.6350 www.opkansas.org/things-tosee-and-do/deanna-rose-childrens-farmstead/

Bump City/Monster Mountain Bump City consists

of in-ground trampolines, rope swings, a 12-foot

rock-climbing wall, zip line, and obstacle courses for

children. Monster Mountain is 40-foot indoor purple

rock-climbing wall. 9063 Bond St 913.438.4444

www.emeraldcitygym.com

Kaleidoscope Explore creativity by seeing, touching,

imagining and creating your own art. Sponsored by

Hallmark Cards, for ages 5-12. Crown Center

Complex next to Hallmark Visitors Center

816.274.8300 www.hallmarkkaleidoscope.com

Kansas City Zoo Fun is around every corner at the

Zoo with more than 1,000 animals and the Sprint

IMAX Theatre. Swope Park, 6700 ZOO Dr, Kansas

City 816.513.5700 www.kansascityzoo.org

SEA LIFE Kansas City Aquarium Come nose to nose

with sharks and prepare for astonishingly close views

of everything from humble starfish and seahorses to

graceful rays. 2475 Grand Blvd, Kansas City

816.471.4386 www.visitsealife.com/Kansas-city/

Union Station Don’t miss “Alien Worlds and Androids”

where you can join scientists in their search for alien

life through the use of robots, space probes and

telescopes; and “Real Pirates”, the world’s first

exhibit of authentic pirate treasure! Union Station,

Kansas City 816.460.2020 www.unionstation.org

Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun The Midwest’s

largest tropically themed water park with 60 acres of

splashing excitement. I-435 & Parvin Rd, Kansas

City 816.454.4545 www.worldsoffun.com

MUSEUMS

Airline History Museum at Kansas City Located at

the Historic Downtown Airport, to walk through this

museum is to truly step back in time, to a different

and more graceful age of air transportation.

800.513.9484 816.421.3401 www.ahmhangar.com

Park

KS

American Jazz Museum The sights and sounds of a

uniquely American art form come alive through

interactive exhibits. Studio 18th & Vine is where

visitors can experiment with harmony, melody, and

rhythm. 1616 E 18th St, Kansas City 816.474.8463

www.americanjazzmuseum.com

American Royal Museum Learn the role of agribusiness

through interactive displays, hands-on

exhibits, and special events. 1701 American

Royal Ct, Kansas City 816.221.9800

www.americanroyal.com

Frontier Army Museum Preserving one of the finest

collections of 19th-century military artifacts in the

country, the museum exhibits material culture of

Frontier Army Soldiers between 1804 and 1917.

20 Reynolds Ave, Leavenworth 913.684.3767

usacac.army.mil/CAC2/CSI/FrontierArmyMuseum.asp

John Wornall House Museum This farmhouse was

used as a field hospital for both armies following

the Civil War’s Battle of Westport in 1864.

6115 Wornall Rd, Kansas City 816.444.1858

www.wornallhouse.org

Kansas City Museum Hands-on science and history

exhibits, Challenger Learning Center, planetarium

and natural history dioramas. 3218 Gladstone Blvd,

Kansas City 816.460.2020 www.kcmuseum.com

Patee House Museum Built as an elegant hotel in

1858, this was headquarters for the Pony Express.

The home of Jesse James is located directly behind it.

12th & Penn, St. Joseph 816.232.8206

www.ponyexpressjessejames.com

Pony Express Museum Re-created is the time when

the first horse and rider were preparing to leave

on a 2,000 mile trek to California to deliver the mail.

914 Penn, St. Joseph 816.279.5059

www.ponyexpress.org

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Kansas City Royals vs. Washington Nationals,

August 23-25. Kauffman Stadium, One Royal

Way, Kansas City 816.504.4040

kansascity.royals.mlb.com

Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

300 acres featuring a natural setting with

walking trails, waterfalls, colorful flowers and

a variety of gardens including a children’s

discovery garden, Monet garden and a legacy

garden. 8909 W 179th St (just west of Antioch)

913.685.3604 www.opabg.org

Shawnee Town Experience a typical day in

and around the farm town of Shawnee in 1929.

11501 W 57th St, Shawnee 913.248.2360

www.shawneetown.org

More information on these attractions,

as well as others in the area,

is available from:

www.visitoverlandpark.com

www.visitkansascityks.com

www.visitkc.com

OverlandPark


Friday . AUG 23 Saturday . AUG 24

7:30 AM BREAKFAST WITH THE EXHIBITORS

7:55 AM WELCOME TO KANSAS

8:00 AM

FOREFOOT

Friebergs Infarction

Hammertoe Options

Z-plasty: The Underrated Procedure

Neuroma Treatments and Complications

Don’t Trade One Problem with Another

2nd MTPJ Implant

Hammertoe Fixation with an Intramedullary Device

Panel Q&A

10:00 AM REFRESHMENT BREAK, VISIT EXHIBITORS

Ove

10:45 AM

HALLUX VALGUS AND RELATED

DISORDERS OF THE 1ST RAY

The Twisted Plate Theory of Foot Function

Metatarsus Adductus: The Hardest Foot Deformity to Fix?

Modified McBride

Tight Rope Bunionectomy

Hallux Limitus

The Akin Revisited

New Insights Into Peripheral Neuropathy

Panel Q&A

12:45 PM LUNCH WITH THE EXHIBITORS, SPEAKERS & COLLEAGUES

1:30 PM

WORKSHOPS

Various hands-on workshops featuring latest

techniques and technologies

3:30 PM REFRESHMENT BREAK, VISIT EXHIBITORS

4:15 PM

HALLUX VALGUS AND RELATED

DISORDERS OF THE 1ST RAY CONTINUED

Hallux Valgus: An Interesting Case Study

The Austin Osteotomy: Pearls of Fixation

1st MTPJ Arthrodesis: Complications

The West Coast “Spin” on Bunion Surgery

1st MPJ Arthrodesis

Base Wedge

Sesamoid Function or 1st Ray Function?

Panel Q&A

6:30 PM FRIDAY SESSION ADJOURNS

7:00 AM BREAKFAST WITH THE EXHIBITORS

7:30 AM

MID-FOOT, REARFOOT

AND ANKLE SURGERY

Tarsal Coaltions

Peroneal Tendon Rupture

Gastrocnemius Tendon Recession: Surgical Technique

How Do You Know Which Pediatric Flatfoot to Fix?

NC Fusion: Its Role in Flatfoot Surgery

Insertional Achilles Tendinopathy

TN Fusion Arthroereisis

Overview of Lateral Ankle Pathology

Panel Q&A

10:00 AM REFRESHMENT BREAK, VISIT EXHIBITORS

10:45 AM

MID-FOOT, REARFOOT

AND ANKLE SURGERY CONTINUED

Overview Heel Spur Syndrome: Salvage Symptoms PO

FHL Tendon Transfer for Chronic Achilles Rupture

MIS for Recalcitrant Plantar Fasciitis

STJ Arthrodesis

Plantar Foot Surgery: An Overview

Treatment of Plantar Fasciitis: Conservative vs Surgical

Neglected Achilles

Peroneal Tendon Pathology and Significance of MRI

Panel Q&A

1:00 PM LUNCH AND PICA SESSION

PICA RISK MANAGEMENT

Is This Patient a Good Surgical Candidate?

Risk Issues Related to Patient Selection and Informed Consent

The 2013 PICA risk management section will focus on patient selection

to improve likelihood of success and decrease risk of litigation in podiatric

surgery. The attendee will be presented with tools to help identify the

possible problem patient and observe possible means of managing

these individuals that will lead to mutually successful outcomes for the

patient and surgeon alike. Management of the history and informed

consent process as well as a discussion of “red flag” warning signs that

may be indicators of future problems to come will be reviewed.

3:00 PM REFRESHMENT BREAK, VISIT EXHIBITORS

3:45 PM

TRAUMA

Ankle Sprains: Non-operative Treatment

Lauge Hansen: A Visual Perspective

Lisfranc Fractures

Diabetic Ankle Fracture vs. Ankle Fracture with Diabetes

5th Metatarsal Fractures

Digital Fractures

Principles and Techniques of Closed Management of Fractures

Achilles Tendon Ruptures

Panel Q&A

6:30 PM SATURDAY SESSION ADJOURNS


Sunday . AUG 25

7:00 AM BREAKFAST

7:30 AM

MEDICINE

GPS for a Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Podiatric Dermatology: A Review

Neuroschwanoma

Antibiotics Review

Making Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Not So Complex

Bone Bruises and Foot Pain

How NOT to Read Scientific Articles

Prevention of Perioperative Infection

Microbiology of the Diabetic Foot

Coumadin: To Stop or Not to Stop...?

Aneurismal Bone Cysts

10:15 AM REFRESHMENT BREAK

10:30 AM

MEDICINE CONTINUED

DVT Prophylaxis in Orthopedic Surgery

Cost Effectiveness of Amputation

Orthobiologics: An Update

Surgically Induced Charcot Arthropathy

Charcot... When to Operate

RF Nerve Ablation

Panel Q&A

12:30 PM CONFERENCE ADJOURNS

UP

TO 20.0

TENTATIVE PROGRAM, SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

LEARNER OBJECTIVES

CONTINUING EDUCATION

CONTACT At the conclusion of the conference, the participant should be able to:

HOURSrla

THE PODIATRY INSTITUTE IS APPROVED BY

THE COUNCIL ON PODIATRIC MEDICAL EDUCATION AS A

SPONSOR OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IN PODIATRIC MEDICINE

n Understand the various midfoot and heel conditions presented and

understand the differential diagnosis and treatment options available.

n Understand the various surgical options presented for the forefoot

with an emphasis on challenges and avoiding complications.

n Understand the various surgical options presented for the first ray

with an emphasis on challenges and avoiding complications.

n Understand the various updates and strategies in wound care,

infections and infection management.

n Understand the various surgical options presented for the rearfoot

with an emphasis on challenges and avoiding complications.

n Understand the modalities available and surgical approaches to

complications and revisional surgery.

n Understand the perioperative considerations of the conditions

presented.


Photos courtesy of © Kansas City CVA and © Overland Park Marriott

THE PODIATRY INSTITUTE

OUR

®

MISSION

To be a supportive, global

network of members,

colleagues and friends which

enhances the quality

of life for patients with foot,

ankle, and leg disorders

through innovative education,

research and service.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

William D Fishco DPM

chairman

Michael S Downey DPM

Annette D Filiatrault DPM

M Jay Groves IV DPM

Rahn A Ravenell DPM

Scott R Roman DPM

John V Vanore DPM

Daniel F Vickers CAE

executive director

SEMINAR COMMITTEE

John A Ruch DPM

director of medical education

Michael C McGlamry DPM

corporate liaison

David C Alder DPM

David J Caldarella DPM

Craig A Camasta DPM

Thomas J Chang DPM

Stephen V Corey DPM

Michael S Downey DPM

Annette D Filiatrault DPM

Donald R Green DPM

Clifford D Mah DPM

Joe T Southerland DPM

The Podiatry Institute is a

nonprofit educational foundation

that offers a variety of programs

including conferences, workshops

and post-graduate courses, in

addition to textbooks, DVDs,

PowerPoint ® presentations and

patient education materials. The

Institute has achieved national and

international recognition for its

leading role in developing and

advancing the standard of care in

podiatric medicine and surgery.

The faculty members are all

volunteers who serve without

compensation. They are committed

to ongoing education in the area

of foot and ankle surgery.

For more information, please visit

www.podiatryinstitute.com

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

❑ $490 on or before 7/26/13

❑ $540 after 7/26/13

❑ $590 after 8/8/13 or at the door

❑ $265 Retired Podiatrists

or Active Military

❑ $65 Residents with letter

from Residency Director

(DOES NOT APPLY TO WORKSHOPS.)

LETTER MUST BE SUBMITTED BY

MAIL WITH YOUR COMPLETED

REGISTRATION FORM. RESIDENT

REGISTRATION NOT ACCEPTED BY

E-MAIL OR ONLINE.

❑ Special Seminar Rate

for APMA Young Members.

Call 888.833.5682.

❑ FOOD FUNCTIONS ARE OPEN TO

REGISTERED ATTENDEES ONLY.

ADDITIONAL MEAL PACKAGES CAN

BE PURCHASED FOR FAMILY/GUESTS.

INCLUDES 3 BREAKFASTS, 5 BREAKS

AND 2 LUNCHES.

_____# OF ADULTS ($200 EACH)

_____# OF CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER

($100 EACH)

ACCOMMODATIONS

nd

$_ _ _ _ _ ___________

overland park total

PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY

Prepare to be inspired by the

contemporary feel of Overland Park

Marriott. Positioned in the heart of

the Metcalf Corridor, this premier

hotel boasts a sophisticated

suburban location.

With spacious guest rooms and

suites highlighted by connectivity

panels, flat-screen TVs and granite

bathrooms, this comfortable hotel in Overland Park is a welcome lodging

destination away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. Fresh pre-function

space, a well-appointed ballroom and an array of dynamic event options make

for unforgettable meetings. On-site recreation includes a Fitness Center and

indoor and outdoor pools.

This stunning hotel also features scrumptious restaurants, a posh lounge and

sushi bar, as well as the M.I. Greatroom lobby to welcome in travelers with

grandeur and grace.

For superior service that goes above and beyond, experience a hotel like no

other at Overland Park Marriott.

Overland Park Marriott, 10800 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park, KS 66210

800.810.2759 or 913.451.8000 GROUP CODE: podpoda www.marriott.com

OverlandPark . KS

Name_____________________________________________________________________________________

Address___________________________________________________________________________________

City____________________________________________ State_______ Zip____________________________

Phone____________________________________________________________________________________

Email_____________________________________________________________________________________

(IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTS)

______________________________________________________________________________________

PLEASE INDICATE ANY SPECIAL NEEDS YOU HAVE AND WE WILL CONTACT YOU

MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: The Podiatry Institute OR USE ❏ M/C ❏ VISA ❏ AX ❏ DISC

Card #________________________________________________________ Exp. Date __________________

MONTH/YEAR

Signature____________________________________________________ Date________________________

IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A WRITTEN

CONFIRMA TION, PLEASE CALL OUR

OFFICE TO CONFIRM REGISTRATION.

CANCELLATION requests must be made in writing, via fax or mail, and postmarked no

later than one month before the start date of the confer ence. All cancel lation requests will

be assessed a $50 admin is tra tive fee. There will be no refunds for cancel lations made less

than one month prior to the start of the con ference. Instead a “certificate of transfer” will be

issued, redeem able for any Podiatry Institute con ference of equal price or as partial

registra tion fee on any higher price confer ence. The certifi cate will be valid for a period of

one year from date of issue. NO cancel lations or trans fers will be accepted within two

weeks of the start of the conference.

CHOOSE 1 OF 4 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

ONLINE (BEFORE 8/8/13)

www.podiatryinstitute.com

PHONE 888.833.5682 or 770.939.0393

FAX 404.508.8539

OR MAIL

The Podiatry Institute

2675 N Decatur Rd, Ste 309

Decatur, GA 30033-6132

REGISTER FOR TWO 2013 SEMINARS AT THE REGULAR RATE AND RECEIVE 25% OFF THE SECOND SEMINAR

EXCLUDES CADAVER WORKSHOPS. DOES NOT APPLY TO RESIDENTS, RETIRED, MILITARY, OR APMA YOUNG MEMBERS. CALL BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THE SECOND SEMINAR TO RECEIVE DISCOUNT.

Overland Park Marriott

A block of rooms has been reserved and will be

held until it is full or August 1, 2013, whichever

comes first. Please book early to guarantee your

reservation. In order to secure our special group

rate, advanced reservations are mandatory and

you must advise Reservations that you are

attending The Podiatry Institute conference.

Rates cannot be changed for guests who fail to

identify their affiliation at the time the reservation

is made. Rate applicable 3 days before/3 days

after (based on availability).

Single/Double Room Rate: $94

(plus tax, currently 17.65%, subject to change without notice)

TRAVEL DISCOUNTS

To obtain the best possible rates and make your

reservations, please call our official agency:

Travel Leaders

678.689.0176

(A $25.00 SERVICE FEE WILL APPLY FOR

THE FIRST PASSENGER; $15.00 FOR

EACH ADDITIONAL PASSENGER.)

If you have trouble securing hotel accommodations,

please call Trish at the above number.

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