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PhoenixWOUND CARE u HALLUX VALGUS u FOREFOOT SURGERYREARFOOT AND ANKLE u MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS u HANDS-ON WORKSHOPSCOMPLICATIONS SECTION with INTERACTIVE PANEL AND AUDIENCE DISCUSSIONPICA RISK MANAGEMENT SESSION u ARIZONA PODIATRIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION MEETINGDavid J. Caldarella, DPMGundersen Lutheran Medical Center,LaCrosse, WisconsinCraig A. Camasta, DPMPrivate Practice, Atlanta, GeorgiaAndrea D. Cass, DPMPrivate Practice, Smyrna, GeorgiaMichael L. Brody, DPMPrivate Practice,New York, New YorkTHE PODIATRY INSTITUTE SPEAKERSAnnalisa Y. Co, DPMPrivate Practice, Roseville, CaliforniaLeslie B. Dowling, DPMResident, DeKalb Medical Center,Decatur, GeorgiaWilliam D. Fishco, DPMPrivate Practice, Phoenix, ArizonaTodd B. Haddon, DPMPrivate Practice, Mesa, ArizonaSCIENTIFIC CHAIRMANDonald R. Green, DPMResidency Director, Scripps MercyKaiser Hospital, San Diego, CaliforniaA. Louis Jimenez, DPMPrivate Practice, Snellville, GeorgiaCarl Kihm, DPMResident, DeKalb Medical Center,Decatur, GeorgiaSPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERSJohn V. Guiliana, DPMPrivate Practice,Hackettstown, New JerseyDouglas Richie, DPMAdjunct Prof., Dept. of Biomechanics,California College of PodiatricMedicine, Seal Beach, CaliforniaGary J. LaBianco, Jr., DPMPrivate Practice, Dayton, OhioMichael C. McGlamry, DPMPrivate Practice, Cumming, GeorgiaAprajita Nakra, DPMPrivate Practice, Gilbert, ArizonaJames W. Stavosky, DPMPrivate Practice,Daly City, CaliforniaEach speaker is required to disclose the exis tence of any financial and/or other rela tion-ship(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.Image courtesy of Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau


Things are different in the desert. The skyis bigger. The stars are brighter. The sunsetsstop you in your tracks. Phoenix is thegateway to the Grand Canyon, and its historyis a testament to the spirit of puebloans,ranchers, miners and visionaries. Projectedagainst this rich backdrop is a panorama ofurban sophistication — Arizona’s urban heartand America’s sunniest metropolis.Experience the CultureDesert Botanical Garden offers the world’sfinest collection of arid-land plants fromdeserts of the world in a unique outdoorsetting. 480.481.8188 www.dbg.orgHeard Museum, internationally acclaimed, isone of the best places to experience the myriadcultures and art of Native Americans of theSouthwest. 602.252.8840 www.heard.orgPhoenix Art Museum is the Southwest’spremier destination for world-class visualarts. Special exhibits include “Frank LloydWright: Organic Architecture for the 21stCentury” which surveys more than 150 works,including drawings, scale models, furniture,and photography as well as video footage.Visitors also enjoy PhxArtKids and the lushlylandscaped Sculpture Garden. 602.257.1222www.phxart.orgChildren’s Museum of Phoenix hashands-on interactive exhibits designed toengage the minds, muscles and imaginationsof children up to age 10 and the grown-upswho care about them. Make a meal in theTexture Café, navigate your way throughNoodle Forest, or relax and share a storyin the Book Loft. 602.253.0501www.childrensmuseumofphoenix.orgArizona Science Center offers eye-openingfun with more than 300 interactive exhibits,a state-of-the-art planetarium, five-storygiant-screen theater, and traveling exhibitions.602.716.2000 www.azscience.orgPhoenixPhoenix Zoo is home to more than 1,300animals, exhibited throughout five uniquetrails. Enjoy up close animal encounters,keeper talks, and bike and boat rentals.602.273.1341 www.phoenixzoo.orgGet OutdoorsCamelback Mountain is just 20 minutesfrom downtown. Two Summit trails are verystrenuous and steep, but easier hikes can befound around the base of the mountain.602.256.3220 phoenix.gov/parks/trails/locations/camelback/index.htmlPhoenix Mountain Preserve providesa variety of hikes with amazing city viewsand secluded valleys. 602 943-2656phoenix.gov/parks/trails/locations/piestewapeak/hikingmap/index.htmlSouth Mountain Park and Preserve is oftenreferred to as the largest municipal park inthe country. Follow the road to the top of themountain for spectacular views of the entirevalley. Great for horseback riding, hiking andmountain biking for all ability levels. phoenix.gov/parks/trails/locations/south/index.htmlGuided Tours For a special experience,hop in a hot air balloon to see the city andthe saguaros from up high, or check outthe desert with a Jeep or Hummer tour.Horseback riding tours take you across thearea. www.visitphoenix.com/things-to-do/outdoor-activities/index.aspxAccommodationsGolfBoulders Golf Club’s two championshipcourses are considered some of the mostdemanding in the Southwest. The amazingviews are breathtaking. 480.488.9028www.theboulders.comTroon North Golf Club has two courses thatslope through natural ravines by PinnaclePeak in north Scottsdale, and the desertlandscape throughout is picturesque.480.585.5300 www.troonnorthgolf.comTPC Scottsdale’s Stadium Course is where toplay if you want to try your hand at the pro’scourse designed specifically for the legendaryPhoenix Open. 480.585.4334 ww.tpc.com/tpc-scottsdaleOther ActivitiesShopping opportunities include sprawlingfashion centers, charming vintage shops,designer stores, hipster boutiques, outlets,museum gift shops and great outdoorshopping venues. www.visitphoenix.com/things-to-do/shopping/index.aspxSpas in greater Phoenix are known for usinginspiration from the botanicals found in thelocal Sonoran Desert, as well as from thecultures and tribal lands that make up thefabric of Phoenix history. www.visitphoenix.com/things-to-do/spas-and-health/destination-spas/index.aspx3rd Annual Devoured Culinary Classic is anaward-winning showcase of Arizona’s finestlocal restaurants, chefs, wineries and industrypurveyors and held at the Phoenix ArtMuseum. March 10 & 11 devourphoenix.comPhoenix Suns basketball downtown at USAirways Center. March 8 (Dallas Mavericks)March 10 (Memphis Grizzlies) 602.379.7800usairwayscenter.com www.nba.com/sunsMore information is available at:www.visitphoenix.comImages courtesy of Greater Phoenix C&VB and Embassy SuitesGuests mean the world at the Embassy SuitesPhoenix Scottsdale, which overlooks themountain vistas of Arizona and links ofStonecreek Golf Club.The outdoor pool is the perfect respite forcooling down in the hot Phoenix sun. Stay fitwhile away from home in the state-of-the-artfitness center featuring the latest cardio andfree weight fitness equipment. Outside thehotel, an 18-hole championship golf course,hiking trails and tennis courts are available toall hotel guests.Dine in style at the hotel’s own Tatum’sRestaurant. Enjoy American cuisine in a sleekdining room overlooking the golf course.Embassy SuitesPhoenix - Scottsdale4415 E. Paradise Village Pkwy SouthPhoenix, AZ 85032800.EMBASSY (362.2779) or 602.765.5800www.embassyphoenixscottsdale.comWalk to Paradise Valley Mall shopping,theaters and restaurants; check out worldclassshopping at nearby Old Town Scottsdaleor see the sites of downtown Phoenix.The concierge can assist you with makingarrangements for area activities.Enjoy the best the Embassy Suites PhoenixScottsdale has to offer for an unrivaledArizona travel experience.A block of rooms have been reserved and will beheld until it is full or February 6, 2012, whichevercomes first. Please book early to guarantee yourreservation. In order TO secure our specialGROUP rate, advanced reservations aremandatory and you must advise Reservationsthat you are attending The Podiatry Instituteconference. Rates cannot be changed for guestswho fail to identify their affiliation at the time thereservation is made. Rate applicable 3 daysbefore/3 days after (based on availability).Single/Double Room Rate: $209(plus tax, currently 13.27%, subject to change without notice)TRAVEL DiscountsTo obtain the best possible rates and make yourreservations, please call our official agency:Travel Leaders678.689.0176(A $25.00 service fee will apply for the firstPASSENGER; $15.00 for each additional passenger.)If you have trouble securing hotel accommodations,please call Trish at the above number.


Thursday, March 8afternoon12:00 PM – 12:55 PMExhibits and refreshments12:55 PM –3:50 PMWOUND CAREWound Classification, Debridement andCoverage: Navigating the Best CourseFrom Soup to Nuts:Healing the Diabetic UlcerNegative Pressure Wound TreatmentsBioengineered Skin SubstitutesFetal Cord TissueLiving Skin EquivalentsPRP in Wound ManagementOffloading the Pedal Wound:A Difficult First Step3:50 PM – 4:30 PMExhibits and refreshments4:30 PM – 6:30 PMHALLUX VALGUS Part 1Unreliability of the IM Angle in HalluxValgus SurgeryRepositional BunionectomyComplications of the AustinTightrope BunionectomyOpening Base Wedge Osteotomy inHalgus Valgus RepairLapidus Arthrodesis in Hallux ValgusDeformityEpiphyseal Stapling for JuvenileHallux Valgusevening6:30 PM – 7:30 PMReception in exhibit hall7:30 PM – 9:00 PMComplication sectionAn interactive panel and audiencediscussion of a variety of challengingcomplications of foot and ankle surgery.Open discourse between panel membersand attendees about how to handlecomplications that we all face atsometime or other.Friday, March qmorning7:00 AM – 7:30 AMBreakfast with the Exhibitors7:30 AM – 9:30 AMHALLUX VALGUS Part 2Biomechanics of Hallux LimitusYoungswick Kalish Austinfor Hallux LimitusModified Watermann Bunionectomyfor Hallux LimitusKeller Bunionectomy1st MPJ Arthrodesis vis Plate Fixation1st MPJ ArthrodesisSurgical Reconstruction of Drop Hallux9:30 AM – 10:15 AMExhibits and refreshments10:15 AM – 12:45 AMFOREFOOT SURGERY Part 1Hammertoe ImplantsBuried K-wire Hammertoe FusionBone Grafting for Flail Toe2nd MTPJ Reconstruction2nd MP Joint: Soft Tissue to Boneafternoon12:45 PM – 1:30 PMLUNCH with exhibitors,speakers and colleagues1:30 PM – 4:00 PMFOREFOOT SURGERY Part 2Jones Fracture: To Fix or Not to FixPlantar Incision for Excision ofIntermetatarsal NeuromaMetatarsal OsteotomiesBrachymetatarsia: Current Conceptsof Surgical Repair and Reviewof MorbiditiesMini Keller Arthroplasty for LesserMTPJ ArthrosisPan Metatarsal Head Resection:The Great Equalizer4:00 PM – 4:45 PMExhibits and refreshments4:45 PM – 6:45 PMWorkshopsVarious hands-on workshops featuring latesttechniques and technologiesUPContinuing educationto 25.0 CONTACT HoursThe Podiatry Institute is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical EducationAS a sponsor of continuing education in PODIATRIC medicine


Saturday, March l0morning7:00 AM – 7:30 AMBreakfast with the Exhibitors7:30 AM – 11:15 AMRearfoot and ankleNew Insights into Treatment of PlantarHeel PainPlantar FasciosisLateral Pain Syndromes in the Footand AnkleRepair of Chronic Tendon RupturesChronic Achilles TendinopathyAnkle Arthroscopy: Treatment ofOsteochondral DefectsChronic Ankle InstabilityTotal Ankle ArthroplastyTalonavicular Fusion with SubtalarArthroereisisMedical Column ArthrodesisComplications of Subtalar ArthroereisisDouble Arthrodesis: Alternative to TripleCharcot Foot ReconstructionLadder Plating for Hindfoot andMidfoot Charcot11:15 AM – 12;00 PMExhibits and refreshments12:00 PMExhibit Hall closesafternoon12:00 PM – 2:00 PMPICA Risk MANAGEMENTOptimizing EHR to ImprovePatient Care and Mitigate RiskThis lecture will focus on how to optimizetechnology to improve patient care andminimize risks. It will include a discussionof potential risks associated with the useof electronic health records and how to useelectronic health records to optimize patientcommunication and education. It will alsoinclude a discussion of electronic health recorddocumentation techniques, use of functionalclinical alerts and HIPAA security issues.2:30 PM – 3:30 PMARIZONA PODIATRICMEDICAL ASSOCIATIONMEETINGSunday, March llmorning7:30 AM – 8:00 AMBreakfast8:00 AM – 10:45 AMMISCELLANEOUS Part 1Bone Marrow Aspirate as an Adjunctto Reconstructive SurgeryGiant Cell Tumor of Tendon SheathPodiatric DermatologyEpidermal Nerve Fiber Testing in CRPS:A Prospective, Multi-Center StudyComplications of Bone Graftingin Foot and Ankle SurgeryCalcaneal Autografts: Techniques,Indications, ComplicationsTibial Bone Graft Techniques10:45 AM – 11:00 AMREFRESHMENTS11:00 AM – 12:30 PMMISCELLANEOUS Part 2ExFix Trauma TechniquesLis Franc Fracture DislocationTentative progrAM, subject to change without noticeLEARNER OBJECTIVESAt the conclusion of the conference, theparticipant should be able to:u Understand the various midfoot and heelconditions presented and understand thedifferential diagnosis and treatmentoptions available.u Understand the various surgical optionspresented for the forefoot with anemphasis on challenges and avoidingcomplications.u Understand the various surgical optionspresented for the first ray with an emphasison challenges and avoiding complications.u Understand the various updates andstrategies in wound care, infections andinfection management.u Understand the various surgical optionspresented for the rearfoot with anemphasis on challenges and avoidingcomplications.u Understand the modalities available andsurgical approaches to complications andrevisional surgeryu Understand the perioperative considerationsof the conditions presented.

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