DPM General Sessions

THURSDAY, JUNE 22


8 am – 12 pm
LEARNING TO WALK BY FALLING OVER: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR BIOMECHANICAL CONTROL

3.25 CECH (0 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• Foot Orthoses and Postural Control
• Barefoot Running: A Biomechanist's Perspective
• Barefoot Running: Five Years Later
• Mechanical Control of Chronic Ankle Instability
• Equinus: Does It Really Exist, and How Do We Fix It?
• Frontal Plane Correction in HAV Surgery: Fact or Fantasy?
• Q & A


1:30 – 4 pm
LATEST TECHNIQUES IN SPORTS MEDICINE

1.75 CECH (1.33 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• Surgical or Non–Surgical Treatment of Achilles Tendon Ruptures*
• Lateral Ankle Instability: Is the Broström Still the Gold Standard?*
• Deltoid Pathology and Repair*
• Syndesmotic Injury to the Ankle: Latest and Greatest*
• Subtalar Instability
• Q & A


4 – 6 pm
USING FLUOROSCOPY SAFELY

2 CECH (2 RADIOLOGY, INCLUDING 2 FLUOROSCOPY CECH)
• Clinical Applications of Fluoroscopy*◊
• Patient and User Safety with Fluoroscopy*◊


FRIDAY, JUNE 23


7:30 – 8:45 am
PAIN MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM: THE OPIOID CRISIS

1.25 CECH (0 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• Defining the Opioid Crisis and the CDC Response
• Topical Medications as an Alternative to Narcotics
• Q & A


8:45 – 9:30 am
SOFT TISSUE TUMORS OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY

Supported in part by an educational grant from Bako Integrated Physician Solutions.
.75 CECH (0 RADIOLOGY CECH)


10:15 – 11:15 am
APMA REGIONAL LECTURE SERIES: THE PATHOGENESIS AND MANAGEMENT OF ONYCHOMYCOSIS

APMA has designated an unrestricted educational grant from Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC to support this program.
1 CECH (0 RADIOLOGY CECH)


11:15 am – 12 pm
REGENERATIVE WOUND CARE: WHAT DOES THE
FUTURE HOLD?

Supported in part by an educational grant from Osiris Therapeutics.
.75 CECH (0 RADIOLOGY CECH)


1:30 – 3:15 pm
KEEPING THE FLOW

1.75 CECH (.5 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• Best Practices for Non–Invasive Arterial Testing to Determine Wound Healing
• Arterial Testing: Do We Practice What We Preach?
• Timing Your Procedure with Revascularization
• Compression Therapy for Patients with Edema and Peripheral Arterial Disease
• Post–Thrombotic Syndrome: Not All DVT Improve*
• Non–Thrombotic Venous Disease*
• Q & A


4 – 6:15 pm
WOUND CARE: BACK TO THE BASICS AND THE FUTURE

Supported in part by an educational grant from OSNovative Systems, Inc.
2.25 CECH (0 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• New Innovations to Assess Peri–Ulcerative Tissue Perfusion
• What Is the Best Type of Debridement?
• The Importance of Cleansing the Wound Surface
• Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
• Amputation or Salvage? The Role of Function and Quality of Life
• Making Sense of All the Venous Leg Ulcer Clinical Guidelines
• How We Really Treat Wounds: What Registry Data Tells Us
• Q & A

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 24


7 – 7:30 am
A NUTRITIONAL APPROACH TO PLANTAR FASCIITIS

Supported in part by an educational grant from The Tetra Corporation.
.5 CECH (0 RADIOLOGY CECH)


7:30 – 9:30 am
TILL DEATH DO US PART: PODIATRIC CASE STUDIES
(PICA Presentation)

Supported in part by an educational grant from PICA.
2 CECH (0 RADIOLOGY CECH)


PICA policyholders can earn a 15% premium discount by attending the PICA risk management lecture at The Western. Doctors of Podiatric Medicine must be registered for The Western to attend this lecture.


10:15 am – 12 pm
BONE HEALING

1.75 CECH (1.58 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• Novel Fixation Techniques to Aid Bone Healing*
• Vitamin D Supplementation and Bone Healing*
• Should We Operate on Smokers?*
• External Sources of Bone Stimulation*
• Q & A


1:30 – 3:15 pm
SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF CAVUS FOOT

1.75 CECH (1.5 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• What Is the Reason Behind the High Arch Foot?*
• Tendon and Soft Tissue Balancing: Does It Work?*
• Correction of the Forefoot Cavus*
• Midfoot Osteotomy in Pes Cavus*
• Rearfoot Osteotomy in Pes Cavus*
• The Ultimate Repair of Pes Cavus — Arthrodesis*
• Q & A


4 – 6:15 pm
SURVIVING IN A VALUE BASED CARE ENVIRONMENT

1.83 CECH (.67 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• MACRA, MIPS and More Acronyms... What Do They All Mean?
• Reporting Quality Measures and Improving Performance
• Cost–Effective Wound Care: The Intermountain
Experience
• Checklists to Standardize Care and Improve Outcomes*
• Patient Safety: Communicating for Success*
• Q & A

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 25


8 – 10 am
MANAGING MISTAKES IN THE COMPLICATED FOOT AND ANKLE

2 CECH (1.67 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• Can You Really Fix My Bunion?*
• Why Is My Toe So… Crazy?*
• Hitchhikers Toe: Any New Options?*
• My Bunion Is Gone but the Toe Is Frozen*
• My Ankle Is Still Wide*
• Surgery Was a Success, but My Ankle Still Rolls*
• Q & A


10:30 am – 12:30 pm
2ND MTPJ PATHOLOGY: POINT–COUNTERPOINT

2 CECH (2 RADIOLOGY CECH)
• Risk Factors: Is Anatomy Important?*
• Dorsal vs. Plantar Approach*
• FDL Transfer vs. Plantar Plate Repair*
• Metatarsal Osteotomy vs. No Osteotomy*
• Joint Salvage vs. Joint Destruction*


* Denotes lecture which provides radiology continuing education contact hours (CECH).
◊ Denotes lecture which provides fluoroscopy continuing education contact hours (CECH).