The 35th Annual St. Louis Podiatry Seminar
This year’s seminar will emphasize the benefits of expanding the evaluation and care of the diabetic patient proving there is more to treating the diabetic patient than “routine foot care” and dispensing shoes.
Diabetes is the largest comorbidity in the average podiatry practice. That makes it the job of the podiatrist to reduce the incidence of ulceration, infection, and amputation…in short, to improve the quality of life.
Scientific Chair – Allen M. Jacobs, DPM, FACFAS
- Discuss selected topics on philosophy, decision-making, and techniques in the surgical correction of foot deformities for the diabetic patient.
- Discuss common and uncommon neurologic disorders of the foot and ankle as seen in the diabetic patient.
- Discuss the expansion of patient care in the field of podiatry: how to evaluate, how to document, how to code.
Early Bird (before 9/5/22) - $199.00
Regular (on or after 9/5/22) - $299.00
Podiatrists, Podiatry Residents, Podiatry Students
CME Online is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. CME Online has approved this activity for up to 20 continuing education contact hours.
Any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests of faculty, planning committee, or any others who have influence over the content of the educational activity will be disclosed at the start of the educational activity.
There will be attendance verification sign-ins during the seminar, both for in-person and virtual attendees.