Diagnosis and Treatment of Hallux Valgus and Hallux Limitus

Diagnosis and Treatment of Hallux Valgus and Hallux Limitus
A one-day program focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of Hallux Limitus. The lectures will focus on operative procedures at the distal first metatarsal (head procedures) and non operative care for these problems.
Sunday October 17, 8 AM - 5:45 PM Eastern
This program has been approved for up to 8 CEU
$129 Early Bird Registration Until September 16
$149 Regular Registration

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Program:

  • Biomechanical Considerations in Hallux Limitus: Practical Clinical and Surgical Considerations
  • Radiographic Evaluation and Classification Systems of Hallux Limitus
  • Non-operative Management of Hallux Limitus
  • When is Cheilectomy Appropriate? Options for Performance
  • What is the Role of Decompression Osteotomy: Indications and Common Surgical Techniques
  • 1st MPJ Implant Arthroplasty for Hallux Limitus: What Have We Learned?
  • Arthrodesis of the 1st MPJ for Hallux Limitus: Current Indications and Techniques
  • Arthrodiastasis of the 1st MPJ: Does it Work? Techniques
  • Interpositional Arthroplasty for Hallux Limitus: What’s Been Proposed, How They are Used
  • Why Not a Keller and It’s Modifications? Well, Why Not?
  • CPT and ICD-10 Update for Hallux Limitus
  • Panel Discussion: When Hallux Limitus Surgery Fails - Strategies for Dealing with Surgical Failure, Complications and Sequela
  • Panel Discussion: Developing Reliable Strategies for Treating Hallux Limitus

Faculty:

  • Allen Jacobs, DPM
  • Guy Pupp, DPM
  • Guido LaPorta, DPM
  • Michael Warshaw, DPM
    Objectives:
  • At the end of this program learners will be able to identify the best course of therapy for a patient with Hallux Valgus and Hallux Limitus
  • At the end of this program learners will be able to recognize a hallux valgus that should respond well non surgical interventions
  • At the end of this program learners will be able to use the techniques taught to provide better quality care to their patients