Why I Go To Seminars …

 

 
 

Someone Asked Why I Go To So Many Seminars?
 
There are a gazillion new treatments developed each year in areas including surgery, medicine, sports medicine, biomechanics, and wound healing.

Thus, although the state has only required 25-30 hours of continuing medical education (CME), I have never had a single year of less than 100 hours of CME during the decades of my practice.

Regarding surgery, the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons is the pinnacle.

This year involved not only over three days of didactic training, but also two days of cadaver surgery to learn new procedures with the ability to check every step with fluoroscopic imaging.

I go every year.

It is the only way to be certain my patients are getting the best treatment when surgery is indicated for their problem.

I actually do it for myself. Knowing that I delivered the best treatment helps me sleep better.

Jay Goldstein, DPM, MS, FACFAS (Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons)

 

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