AOFAS meetings and courses provide in-person opportunities to learn from leaders in foot and ankle orthopaedic surgery. Gain insight into clinically relevant surgical techniques, research, and challenges through the offerings below.
AOFAS Annual Meeting brings the global orthopaedic community together to learn, share, and connect. The meeting includes presentations from renowned speakers, special interest forums, social events, and the latest products and technology.
Held on the final day of the AAOS Annual Meeting, Specialty Day offers orthopaedic generalists and specialists alike the opportunity to expand their foot and ankle knowledge through a comprehensive, one-day program.
Focusing on advanced topics in foot and ankle surgery, AOFAS courses provide specialized learning in a smaller group setting. High faculty-to-participant ratios allow for personal interactions and thoughtful case discussion.
16 April, 2019, 8 PM-9 30 PM
This live webinar is presented in partnership with the Foot and Ankle Special Interest Group (FASIG) of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Moderator Thomas Hearty, MD, DPT, and expert faculty will discuss the biomechanics of the flatfoot, bracing options for Posterior Tibialis Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD), and intrinsic foot strengthening treatment for PTTD. Learn more.