Our February 2-5, 2022 conference will be held in
Steamboat Springs, Colorado!
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.
Meeting Dates: February 2-5, 2022
Book hotel by December 26, 2021
Attendees can also call and mention Highlands Foot and Ankle conference for discounted room rate.
Thursday & Friday Morning | 7:30 - 10:00 am
Lectures (Emerging technology and New Techniques in Foot and Ankle Surgery)
Thursday - Aprés Ski - bring your family!
Thursday Afternoon | 4:30 - 7:00pm
Attending Panel (discussion of difficult cases, complications, and preferred techniques for complex deformities)
Friday Afternoon | 4:30 - 7:00pm
Faculty Debates (Debating the Dogma)
Saturday Morning | 7:30 - 10:00am
Saturday Afternoon | 4:30-7:00pm
Continuing Education credit: CME 12 hours
A Word from the CEO & Board of Directors
Greetings Friends of Highlands Foot and Ankle Institute!
The Board of Directors wish to invite you to our next ski seminar at Steamboat Springs next February. We are excited to see old friends and meet new ones. After this past year of COVID restrictions, we are all in need for face-to-face fellowship and renew the excitement for learning.
The board is in the process of developing new and exciting lectures. We will have the old crew plus new lecturers present. As always, we cherish the intimacy and friendly debate that characterizes our unique conference. The lectures will be broken down into new innovations, panel discussions, debates, and review of complications.
We have changed the venue from Vail to Steamboat Springs. Steamboat Springs boasts of “the best powder experience in Colorado”. The new change will be exciting. It will also be more affordable than Vail. Additionally, we plan to do more family-oriented activities.
Looking forward to seeing you,
Matthew Paden, DPM, FACFAS
CEO Highlands Foot and Ankle Institute
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.