Friday . OCT 4 Saturday . OCT 57:00 AM Breakfast with the Exhibitors7:25 AM WELCOME to Atlantic City7:30 AMHEEL AND NERVEPeripheral NeuroplastyMinimal-Incision Surgery for Recalcitrant Plantar FasciitisDo Certain Plantar Spurs Require Excision?Posterior Calcaneal Exostosis andInsertional Achilles TendinopathyNerve Sheath Tumor ExcisionPosterior Approach to Hindfoot and Ankle PathologyNew Insights into Peripheral NeuropathyPanel Q&A9:55 AM Refreshment break, visit exhibitors10:40 AMDIABETIC FOOT COMPLICATIONSCharcot Foot: A Systematic ReviewBeam Stabilization of the Charcot FootAntibiotic ResistanceAmniotic Membrane AllograftGas InfectionsFailure to Heal After AmputationPanel Q&A12:45 PM Lunch with the Exhibitors, speakers & colleagues1:30 PMFLATFOOT: acquired AND CONGENITALWhat is Inflammation?Understanding Tendinosistalonavicular FusionSystematic Review of Acquired Flatfoot RepairFlake Austin ArthroereisisPanel Q&A3:45 PM Refreshment break, visit exhibitors4:30 PMDIGITAL AND FOREFOOT SURGERYDigital Bone GraftPlantar Plate PathologyMini Keller Arthroplasty for Lesser MTPJ ArthrosisSkin Incision Planning and ExecutionPerioperative Management of Painful ScarsSecond MTPJ InstabilityPanel Q&A7:00 PM FRIday session adjourns7:00 AM Breakfast with the Exhibitors7:30 AMHALLUX LIMITUS/RIGIDUSHow Do We Determine First MTPJ MotionArticular Cartilage Replacement OptionsThe Green-Modified Waterman OsteotomyJoint Preservation: What Can Be Saved and What Can’t?keller’s Arthroplasty: Still Useful After All These YearsPanel Q&A9:00 AM Refreshment break, visit exhibitorstla9:45 AMHALLUX VALGUS ANDmetatarsus PRIMUS VARUSEpiphyseal Stapling for Juvenile HAVThe TightRope BunionectomySurrogate Markers for Success Following Bunion SurgeryPanel Q&A11:00 AMWorkshopsVarious hands-on workshops featuring latesttechniques and technologies1:00 PM Lunch and PICA SESSIONPICA Risk ManagementIs This Patient a Good Surgical Candidate?Risk Issues Related to Patient Selection and Informed ConsentThe 2013 PICA risk management section will focus on patient selectionto improve likelihood of success and decrease risk of litigation in podiatricsurgery. The attendee will be presented with tools to help identify thepossible problem patient and observe possible means of managingthese individuals that will lead to mutually successful outcomes for thepatient and surgeon alike. Management of the history and informedconsent process as well as a discussion of “red flag” warning signs thatmay be indicators of future problems to come will be reviewed.2:45 PM Refreshment break, visit exhibitors3:30 PMFOOT AND ANKLE TRAUMAPeroneal Tendon Rupturerepair of Jones FracturesStress Fractures of the Lower ExtremityVascular Insult Associated with Ankle Fracturelis Franc FracturesManagement of Minimally Articular Distal Tibia FracturesPanel Q&A5:30 PM SATURday session adjourns
Sunday . OCT 67:30 AM Breakfast8:00 AMMEDICAL TOPICSand MISCELLANEOUSMedical ClearanceUse of Local Toradolthe Safe Use of NSAIDsrenal OsteodystrophyVenous Thromboprophylaxis in Foot and Ankle Surgery:What’s the Risk?oral Anticoagulation for DVT ProphylaxisPanel Q&A10:30 AM Refreshment break10:45 AMMEDICAL TOPICSand MISCELLANEOUS continuedPost-anesthesia HyperthermiaPerioperative Pain ManagementAchilles Rupture Suture StrengthPreoperative Medication ManagementPanel Q&A12:15 PM CONFERENCE adjournsTentative program, subject to change without noticeUPContinuing educationto 20.0 ContactLEARNER OBJECTIVESAt the conclusion of the conference, the participant should be able to:The Podiatry Institute is approved bythe Council on Podiatric Medical Education as an Understand the various midfoot and heel conditions presented andSPoNSor of contiNUiNG education in podiatric medicineunderstand the differential diagnosis and treatment options available.Hoursntin Understand the various surgical options presented for the forefootwith an emphasis on challenges and avoiding complications.n Understand the various surgical options presented for the first raywith 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 rearfootwith an emphasis on challenges and avoiding complications.n Understand the modalities available and surgical approaches tocomplications and revisional surgery.n Understand the perioperative considerations of the conditionspresented.
Photos courtesy of © The Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority and Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center HotelThe Podiatry instituteACCOMMODATIONSAtlanticCity . NJcCiour®missionTo be a supportive, globalnetwork of members,colleagues and friends whichenhances the qualityof life for patients with foot,ankle, and leg disordersthrough innovative education,research and service.Board of DirectorsWilliam D Fishco DPMchairmanMichael S Downey DPMAnnette D Filiatrault DPMM Jay Groves IV DPMRahn A Ravenell DPMScott R Roman DPMJohn V Vanore DPMDaniel F Vickers CAEexecutive directorSeminar committeeJohn A Ruch DPMdirector of medical educationMichael C McGlamry DPMcorporate liaisonDavid C Alder DPMDavid J Caldarella DPMCraig A Camasta DPMThomas J Chang DPMStephen V Corey DPMMichael S Downey DPMAnnette D Filiatrault DPMDonald R Green DPMClifford D Mah DPMJoe T Southerland DPMThe Podiatry Institute is anonprofit educational foundationthat offers a variety of programsincluding conferences, workshopsand post-graduate courses, inaddition to textbooks, DVDs,PowerPoint ® presentations andpatient education materials. TheInstitute has achieved national andinternational recognition for itsleading role in developing andadvancing the standard of care inpodiatric medicine and surgery.The faculty members are allvolunteers who serve withoutcompensation. They are committedto ongoing education in the areaof foot and ankle surgery.For more information, please visitwww.podiatryinstitute.comCONFERENCE REGISTRATION❑ $490 on or before 8/23/13 Please Print Clearly❑ $540 after 8/23/13Name_____________________________________________________________________________________❑ $590 after 9/20/13 or at the door❑ $265 Retired Podiatrists Address___________________________________________________________________________________or Active Military❑ $65 Residents with letterfrom Residency DirectorCity____________________________________________ State_______ Zip____________________________(Does not apply to workshops.)Letter must be submitted bymail with your completedPhone____________________________________________________________________________________registration form. ResidentregistrAtion not ACCEPtED bye-mail or online.Email_____________________________________________________________________________________(if you would like to receive future announcements)❑ Special Seminar Ratefor APMA Young Members. ______________________________________________________________________________________Call 888.833.5682.Please indicate any special Needs you have and we will contact you❑ Food functions are open toregistered attendees ONLY. Make checks payable to: The Podiatry Institute or use ❏ M/C ❏ VISA ❏ AX ❏ DISCAdditional meal packages canbe purchased for family/guests.Includes 3 breakfasts, 5 brEAks Card #________________________________________________________ Exp. Date __________________month/yearand 2 lunchES._____# of Adults ($200 eaCH)_____# of Children 12 and underSignature____________________________________________________ Date________________________($100 eaCH)choose 1 of 4 easy ways to registerIf you do not receive a written$_ _______________CONFIRMA TION, please call our online (before 9/20/13)atlantic city totalwww.podiatryinstitute.comoffice to confirm registration.Cancellation requests must be made in writing, via fax or mail, and postmarked nolater than one month before the start date of the confer ence. All cancel lation requests willbe assessed a $50 admin is tra tive fee. There will be no refunds for cancel lations made lessthan one month prior to the start of the con ference. Instead a “certificate of transfer” will beissued, redeem able for any Podiatry Institute con ference of equal price or as partialregistra tion fee on any higher price confer ence. The certifi cate will be valid for a period ofone year from date of issue. NO cancel lations or trans fers will be accepted within twoweeks of the start of the conference.Register for two 2013 seminars AT the regular rate and receive 25% off the second seminarexcludes cadaver workshops. Does not apply to Residents, Retired, Military, or APMA Young Members. CALL BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THE SECOND SEMINAR TO RECEIVE DISCOUNT.Sheraton Atlantic City Convention CenterThe Sheraton is a spectacular, fifteenstoryhotel conveniently located juststeps from the famous casinos,boardwalk, and shopping. With an artdeco ambience, the Sheraton offersmagnificent views, warm and friendlyservice, and showcases a collectionof Miss America memorabilia.Whether it’s the welcoming sight of the heated indoor pool or the latest workoutfacilities in the health club, when it’s time to unwind you’ll find plenty of choices.Friendly staff will connect you with whatever activity is at the top of your list.If your sport of choice is shopping ‘til you drop, look no further: “The Walk”Outlets are adjacent to the hotel, with over 100 fabulous retail outlet stores forgreat deals and superb finds. Internet access throughout the hotel keeps youconnected. A full service business center and gift shop are located in the lobby.A full array of lounge and dining experiences await, including Boulevards Caféwith an unmatched view of the city skyline. The stylish Shoe Bar is a greatplace to enjoy cocktails and light appetizers. Adjacent to the hotel is Tun TavernBrewery & Restaurant, serving a variety of fresh brews and hearty fare.Sheraton Atlantic City Convention Center Hotel2 Convention Blvd, Atlantic City, NJ 08401888.627.7212 or www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/podiatryinstitPhone 888.833.5682 or 770.939.0393fax 404.508.8539or mailThe Podiatry Institute2675 N Decatur Rd, Ste 309Decatur, GA 30033-6132A block of rooms has been reserved and will beheld until it is full or September 10, 2013, whichevercomes first. Please book early to guaranteeyour reservation. In order to secure our specialgroup rate, advanced reservations are mandatoryand you must advise Reservations that you areattending The Podiatry Institute conference.Rates cannot be changed for guests who fail toidentify their affiliation at the time the reservationis made. Rate applicable 3 days before/3 daysafter (based on availability).Single/Double Room Rate: $164(plus 14%, tax and $1.00 per day occupancy fee,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 forthe first passenger; $15.00 forEACH additional PASSENGEr.)If you have trouble securing hotel accommodations,please call Trish at the above number.