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2021 Annual Symposium

Foxwoods Resort Casino 350 Trolley Line Boulevard, Mashantucket, CT, United States

Advancing Podiatry & Mitigating Crisis in Healthcare | After a year away, CPMA welcomes you to reconnect with fellow podiatrists and vendors while learning about the latest in the field of podiatry and healthcare at large. In addition to covering topics like postoperative infection management, diabetic amputation prevention, and crucial Medicare updates, we’ll look at some of the most pressing issues facing all medical professionals today...

Mitigating Crisis in Healthcare

Foxwoods Resort Casino 350 Trolley Line Boulevard, Mashantucket, CT, United States

Attend this special one-day event and dive into some of the most pressing issues facing medical professionals today. How do we prevent physician suicide? How do we handle active shooter situations in healthcare facilities? How can we stop the Opioid Epidemic in its tracks?

2021 APMA Region One Conference

Boston Marriott Burlington One Burlington Mall Road, Burlington, MA, United States

We invite you to join us for the 2021 APMA Region One Conference at the Boston Marriott Burlington Hotel in Burlington, MA on October 29-30, 2021. Scientific Program co-chairs Scott Aronson, DPM, David Sipala, DPM, and Michael Theodoulou, DPM have recruited some of the most dynamic local speakers from the industry. Both medically and surgically oriented podiatric physicians will find topics of interest for their practice.

Affiliate Event: CPT Update

A new CPT® code set took effect January 1. There are additions and changes to the code set pertinent to podiatrists. APMA will cover them in a January 20 webinar. It is the third installment of its Coding Basics Webinar Series, "CPT Update." Jeffrey Lehrman, DPM, and Ira Kraus, DPM, will present.

Radiology Course

Sheraton Hartford South Hotel 100 Capital Blvd, Rocky Hill, CT, United States

Registration Now Open | As per Connecticut guidelines, Connecticut Podiatric Medical Assistants are required to attend a class on radiation safety as well as office-based X-ray technique, and then pass a written test. This course is offered twice a year and is open to all assistants in podiatric offices. Some training and experience in the office setting is very helpful.

Hands-On Cadaveric Lab

Waterbury Surgery Center 1312 West Main Street, Waterbury, CT, United States

CPMA's Hands-On Cadaveric Lab welcomes 40 ABFAS board qualified or certified podiatric surgeons to learn and practice new surgical techniques and protocols with cadaveric and/or anatomical model specimens.

Affiliate Event: Wound Care/Ulcer Debridement

APMA will host the fourth installment of its Coding Basics Webinar Series, "Wound Care / Ulcer Debridement." Sarah Abshier, DPM; Mitchel Hilsen, DPM; and Lawrence Santi, DPM, will present.



4 Ways to Get Active and Grow with CPMA

June 21, 2022

“Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.” -Henry Ford (1863-1947) and Edward Everett Hale (1822-1909) CPMA has served the Connecticut Podiatric Community since…

3 Ways for Podiatrists to Grow Their Dermatology Skills

April 19, 2022

April is Foot Health Awareness Month – while patients may think podiatrists only treat the foot, we know better. Podiatry is an all-encompassing practice that tends to the structure of…

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