Conference | Highlands Foot & Ankle Institute

Bi-Annual Scientific Conference

Presented By Highlands Foot & Ankle Institute

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  • Subchondroplasty in the Foot and Ankle
  • Amniotic tissue for Ankle OCD Repair
  • New Approach to Cavus Foot Repair
  • Titanium Coated PEEK wedges in Reconstructive Surgery
  • 4th-5th Metatarsocuboid Fusion
  • Shockwave Therapy Update in the Foot and Ankle
  • Charcot Reconstruction with Plantar Plating: Long Term Results
  • Arthroscopic Assisted Calcaneal Fracture Repair
  • Human Amniotic Tissue Membrane Injection for Plantar Fasciitis: Results of a RCT
  • Insertional Achilles Tendinopathy: Do you need to detach the Achilles?
  • Hallux Valgus Minimal Incision Surgery: Debate

Speakers Confirmed

  • Alan Ng DPM, FACFAS
  • Brett Sachs DPM, FACFAS
  • Matt Paden DPM, FACFAS
  • Michael Gentile DPM, FACFAS
  • Richard Derner DPM, FACFAS
  • Kevin Blue DPM, FACFAS
  • Ken Morgan DPM, FACFAS
  • Glen Weinraub DPM, FACFAS
  • John Levin DPM, FACFAS
  • Mark Birmingham DPM, FACFAS
  • Jessica Herzog DPM, FACFAS
  • Matthew Hinderland DPM, FACFAS
  • Tim Mineo DPM, FACFAS
  • Scott Carrington DPM, FACFAS
  • Olivia Stransky DPM, FACFAS
  • Paul Stone DPM, FACFAS
  • Bill Farrett DPM, FACFAS
  • Alan Synn MD
  • David Hahn MD

About Us

The Highlands Foot and Ankle Institute was created in 2006 for the educational purpose of fostering continuing medical education through a multi-media and multi-disciplinary approach to advance the training of podiatric surgeons while maintaining focus on quality and safe patient care. In 2010, we received not for profit 501c3 status with the state of Colorado. The net proceeds from our medical education programs as well as fund raising are for the purposes of expanding opportunities for our three year medical and surgical residency program and advancing the training of podiatric surgeons in Colorado and across the country. All of our speakers have volunteered their services and receive no monetary compensation. Cost of tuition and expenses is tax deductible to the full extent of the law [Tax ID#205081858].


In coordination with the Colorado Podiatric Medical Association and the Council on Podiatric Medical Education, we are able to offer up to 12 continuing medical education contact hours for participation in this conference.