AAOS/AOFAS In-Depth Analysis of Foot and Ankle Case Experiences: A Different Kind of Truth
A new case-based, virtual course
Your can't miss, comprehensive foot and ankle course is now open for registration! This single-day program has been carefully constructed to maximize your learning in a relaxed and interactive atmosphere.
Spend the day with 20+ leading faculty who will share current knowledge on congenital, acquired, and traumatic disorders across the forefoot, midfoot hindfoot, and ankle.
Through case presentations, discussions and panels, you will analyze the scenario and formulate evidence-based management plans with surgical and non-surgical solutions.
The Virtual Experience
Watch pre-recorded lectures at your own pace in advance, then tune in live on December 11 for small-group case breakout discussions and faculty panels led by renowned foot and ankle surgeons.
10:00am-5:00pm EST | 9:00am-4:00pm CST | 8:00am-3:00pm MST | 7:00am-2:00pm PST
- Pre Recorded Lectures Released December 3
20+ pre-recorded lectures will be released in advance, covering simple and complex topics including bunions, lisfranc, fractures, ruptures, arthroplasty and more.
- Live-Streamed Interactive Sessions on December 11
Live sessions feature comprehensive, interactive dialogue through case-based discussion.
Review cases in a general session, then separate into small-group virtual breakouts with two faculty members per room to discuss each case. Faculty will lead the discussion, sharing their insights and expertise - in synchrony or contrast - followed by a full-group debrief of each topic with case-based key takeaways and conclusions.
Enjoy faculty panel discussions where you pick the topics via live poll - detalis below
- Revisit Topics You Missed for 90 Days
All lectures will be recorded and available for 90 days following the event.
Note: small group case discussions will not be recorded.
You impact this course! Voting details.
During the live event on December 11, participate in a live poll to vote on the case topics you want reviewed, discussed and debated during faculty panels. Faculty will tailor the experience to meet the needs of attendees, creating a unique, personalized experience around the most popular selections.
- Panel 1: Forefoot Pathology/Trauma Topics
- Panel 2: Midfoot Pathology/Trauma Topics
- Panel 3: Hindfoot Pathology Topics
- Panel 4: Ankle Pathology Topics
Steven L. Haddad, MD, FAAOS
Illinois Bone & Joint Institute, LLC
John Campbell, MD, FAAOS
Elizabeth A. Cody, MD
J. Chris Coetzee, MD, FAAOS
Cesar De Cesar Netto Sr., MD, PhD
Bryan D. Den Hartog, MD, FAAOS
Christopher W. DiGiovanni, MD, FAAOS
Jesse F. Doty, MD, FAAOS
Mark E. Easley, MD, FAAOS
Paul T. Fortin, MD, FAAOS
Thomas G. Harris, MD, FAAOS
James R. Holmes, MD, FAAOS
Kelly Hynes, MD, FAAOS
Robert Kulwin, MD
James R. Lachman, MD, FAAOS
William C. McGarvey, MD, FAAOS
Natalie Squires Mesnier, MD, FAAOS
Garnett A. Murphy, MD, FAAOS
Thomas Sherman, MD
David B. Thordarson, MD, FAAOS
AAOS/AOFAS Member, Candidate Member, Associate Member,
International Member, Emeritus Member
Resident, Post-Residency in Fellowship, U.S. Military
Nonmember Orthopaedic Surgeon