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									AOFAS Advanced Foot and Ankle Course
   Reconstruction and Salvage of Complications




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                                    April 22-24, 2010
            Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing
                     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
                      Course Chair: Keith L. Wapner, MD
                     Course Co-Chairs: Thomas H. Lee, MD
                        and Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD




   AOFAS 2010 EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
                Faculty and Course Information


       COURSE CHAIR                                 Timothy R. Daniels, MD
       Keith L. Wapner, MD                          Toronto, Ontario, Canada
       Philadelphia, Pennsylvania                   Richard D. Ferkel, MD
       COURSE CO-CHAIRS                             Van Nuys, California
       Thomas H. Lee, MD                            Steven L. Haddad, MD
       Columbus, Ohio                               Glenview, Illinois
       Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD                      L. Scott Levin, MD
       Seattle, Washington                          Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
                                                    Sheldon S. Lin, MD
       FACULTY
                                                    Newark, New Jersey
       Ned Amendola, MD
       Iowa City, Iowa                              James A. Nunley, II, MD
                                                    Durham, North Carolina
       John G. Anderson, MD
       Grand Rapids, Michigan                       Charles L. Saltzman, MD
                                                    Salt Lake City, Utah
       Robert B. Anderson, MD
       Charlotte, North Carolina                    Lew C. Schon, MD
                                                    Baltimore, Maryland
       James W. Brodsky, MD
       Dallas, Texas                                David B. Thordarson, MD
                                                    Los Angeles, California
       J. Chris Coetzee, MD
       Minneapolis, Minnesota                       Faculty subject to change




    PURPOSE                                        DESCRIPTION
    This advanced course in foot and ankle         AOFAS program goals are to facilitate
    surgery is designed for the orthopaedic        higher levels of physician competencies,
    surgeon who has a good working                 improve health care delivery and
    knowledge of the multiplicity of problems      subsequent outcomes of patient care,
    associated with the management of              promote the highest level of patient safety,
    complex foot and ankle pathology. A faculty    and further advance the specialty of
    expert in the care of difficult foot and        orthopaedic surgery of the foot and ankle.
    ankle problems has been assembled to
                                                   This interactive advanced course is
    discuss, in a case-based format, common
                                                   designed to feature state-of-the-art
    but often perplexing clinical problems
                                                   techniques and cutting edge technology to
    related to orthopaedic trauma, sports
                                                   manage complex injuries and disorders of
    injuries and reconstruction procedures,
                                                   the foot and ankle.
    and will provide insight into the complexity
    and management of these problems.              This unique program will feature
    Faculty will describe in detail what’s new     presentations emphasizing surgical
    and cutting edge in a technique-oriented       techniques and evidence-based results by
    manner.                                        an expert foot and ankle faculty. Stimulating
                                                   discussions will give attendees valuable
    Attendees are encouraged to bring difficult
                                                   solutions and insights into indications,
    cases to discuss with the faculty.
                                                   techniques, outcomes, and how to avoid
                                                   complications.




2                            Exhibit Hall open Friday and Saturday
                          Course Information

GOALS                                            DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
This course is designed to give attendees        CONFLICT OF INTEREST
the knowledge and skills to:                     In accordance with the guidelines of the
•   Identify the pathologic anatomy of           ACCME, the AOFAS requires all instructors,
    complex foot and ankle problems              planners and other individuals in a position
                                                 to control or influence the content of an
•   Identify ways to avoid, analyze and
                                                 educational activity to disclose all relevant
    manage complications
                                                 financial relationships or affiliations during
•   Evaluate patients with musculoskeletal       the past 12 months with any commercial
    injuries of the foot and ankle and           interest (any entity producing, marketing,
    formulate a treatment plan                   re-selling, or distributing health care goods
•   Compare and contrast various surgical        and services consumed by, or used on
    and nonsurgical treatment protocols for      patients). All identified conflicts of interest
    injuries of the foot and ankle               must be resolved and the education content
•   Identify and apply strategies to improve     vetted by the AOFAS for fair balance,
    patient outcomes                             scientific objectivity and appropriateness.
                                                 The AOFAS also requires faculty to
•   Analyze case-based approaches to deal
                                                 disclose when off-label/unapproved uses
    with complications of the foot and ankle
                                                 of a product are discussed in a CME
                                                 activity. Any and all financial disclosures
TARGET AUDIENCE                                  will be provided in the final program that
This advanced course will benefit                 is distributed at the meeting to program
orthopaedic surgeons and post-residency          participants.
fellows and residents who treat acute and
chronic problems of the foot and ankle and       DISCLAIMER
desire a greater understanding of how to
                                                 The methods, techniques and procedures
manage challenging clinical problems.
                                                 demonstrated and views and opinions
                                                 expressed by speakers, presenters and
CME CREDIT                                       faculty during this continuing medical
The AOFAS is accredited by the                   education program are on their own, and do
Accreditation Council for Continuing             not represent those of the AOFAS nor does
Medical Education (ACCME) to provide             presentation on the program represent or
continuing medical education (CME) for           constitute endorsement or promotion by
physicians.                                      the AOFAS. The AOFAS expressly disclaims
                                                 any warranties or guaranties, expressed or
AMA/PRA                                          implied, and shall not be liable for damages
The AOFAS designates this educational            of any kind in connection with the material,
activity for a maximum of 16 AMA PRA             methods, information, techniques, opinions,
Category 1 creditsTM. Physicians should          or procedures expressed, presented or
only claim credit commensurate with the          demonstrated.
extent of their participation in the activity.
Course participants are required to submit a
completed evaluation form at the end of the
course in order to receive CME credit.

AOFAS Members: Your CME transcript file
will list your CME credits for participation
in this CME course approximately three
weeks following the course.
                                                       Penn’s Landing Credit: Edward Savaria, Jr.



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                                     CME Mission

    EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM                              surgeons, physicians in related specialties,
    MISSION                                          orthopaedic surgery fellows and
                                                     residents in training, and allied healthcare
    CME Purpose: The American Orthopaedic
                                                     professionals having an interest in the
    Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS) is a non-
                                                     treatment of foot and ankle disorders.
    profit professional organization committed
    to improving the medical and surgical care
                                                     Types of activities provided: The types of
    of disorders of the foot and ankle. The
                                                     activities that comprise the AOFAS CME
    overall goal of the AOFAS CME program
                                                     program include comprehensive annual
    is to provide orthopaedic foot and ankle
                                                     scientific meetings containing seminars,
    surgeons with the highest quality learning
                                                     symposia, papers, courses, clinical
    opportunities that are designed to advance
                                                     and practice management workshops,
    physician competence, enhance practice
                                                     technology tips, and electronic posters as
    performance, promote patient safety, and
                                                     well as regional courses on clinical topics.
    improve patient outcomes in the population
    served. The AOFAS CME programs are
                                                     Expected results of the program: The
    designed to respond to, and be reflective of,
                                                     expected results of the AOFAS CME
    continuous assessment of needs as derived
                                                     program are to provide orthopaedic foot
    from scientific advances in the field of
                                                     and ankle surgeons and other healthcare
    orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery and the
                                                     professionals with educational programs
    needs and desires of AOFAS members. The
                                                     that address gaps in professional practice,
    AOFAS further seeks to provide orthopaedic
                                                     enhance the participant’s competence
    foot and ankle surgeons as well as allied
                                                     and practice performance, improve patient
    healthcare providers with educational
                                                     outcomes, as well as contribute to lifelong
    programs and materials of the highest
                                                     learning among practicing orthopaedic foot
    quality, to constantly improve the content
                                                     and ankle surgeons. Specific expected
    and value of these educational activities
                                                     results include:
    and to promote research in all aspects of
    orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery and           •   Increase member and non-member
    related sciences in the promotion of quality         competence in treating disorders of the
    healthcare.                                          foot and ankle
                                                     •   Promote the highest possible standards
    Content areas: AOFAS CME content                     in clinical orthopaedic foot and ankle
    identifies and addresses the treatment of             surgery practice
    all clinical issues related to foot and ankle    •   Provide the target audience with
    congenital and acquired disorders, and is            a forum for the exchange of ideas
    designed to meet the educational needs of            and methodologies in the field of
    AOFAS members, orthopaedic surgeons,                 orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery and
    fellows and residents, and healthcare                related medical and basic sciences
    providers engaged in the practice of treating
                                                     •   Increase the body of knowledge existing
    disorders of the foot and ankle. Additionally,
                                                         in the field of orthopaedic foot and ankle
    the AOFAS CME program provides content
                                                         surgery
    for topics such as effective management of
    an orthopaedic foot and ankle practice and       •   Provide educational opportunities to
    other areas deemed relevant by the needs             members in all aspects of orthopaedic
    of the membership.                                   foot and ankle surgery
                                                     •   Provide an ongoing assessment of the
    Target audience: The goal of the AOFAS               impact of the AOFAS CME program
    CME program is to provide educational                and make modifications to existing
    activities that support orthopaedic foot             activities and develop new activities as
    and ankle surgeons, general orthopaedic              appropriate.


4                        This course offers a maximum 16 CME credits
                     Accommodations & Travel

                                                  American Airlines has been designated the
                                                  preferred carrier for all AOFAS meetings.
                                                  Please contact Tomi for reservations or
                                                  attendees in North America may also call
                                                  American Airlines Meeting Services directly
                                                  at 800-433-1790 to make airline reservations.
                                                  Travelers outside North America may contact
                                                  American’s Oneworld Alliance Partners
                                                  directly. You must reference AA Star File
                                                  Number 6740AH to receive the AOFAS
                                                  discount on American Airlines.
HOTEL
Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing      GROUND TRANSPORTATION
201 South Christopher Columbus Boulevard          AND PARKING
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
                                                  Shuttle: The Hyatt preferred shuttle service
Phone: 215-928-1234
                                                  is Lady Liberty - $11.50 per person each way.
Fax: 215-521-6543
                                                  http://www.ladylibertyshuttle.com
www.hyattregencyphiladelphia.com
                                                  Taxi: Approximately $28 each way
A block of guest rooms is being held at the
rate of $245 single or double occupancy.          Parking: An adjacent parking garage is
This special room rate will be available until    available for valet and self parking. Clearance
Monday, March 22, 2010 or until the group         height is 6’6”.
block is sold out, whichever comes first.          Self Parking:
Early registration is encouraged. Deposit and     0 - 6 hours = $13 (includes tax)
cancellation penalties apply; please ask for      6 - 12 hours = $19 (includes tax)
these details when making your reservation.       Overnight hotel guests (12 to 24 hrs)
                                                  self parking: $21 (plus tax)
Reservations may be made several ways:
• Online link posted on the AOFAS website         Valet Parking:
   at www.aofas.org/advancedfoot                  Daily - $24 (tax included)
• Online at http://pennslanding.hyatt.            Overnight - $29 (plus tax)
   com/groupbooking/penrp2010aofa                 Valet prices include in / out privileges.
• Phone: Call Central Reservations at
   800-233-1234 or the hotel directly at
   215-928-1234. Mention the AOFAS
   Advanced Foot and Ankle Course to
   receive the discounted rate.

TRAVEL
Progressive Travel Management Inc. is the
preferred travel agency for the AOFAS for
your airline reservations. For personalized and
professional service, please contact:
Tomi M. Gaudio, account manager for AOFAS
Phone: 847-348-3600 or 877-366-0366 (Toll Free)
E-mail: tomi@progressivetravel.net
Please identify yourself as an AOFAS meeting
attendee.
                                                               Hyatt Regency Bar Terrace



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                   Program Schedule                     (subject to change)


            ,
    THURSDAY APRIL 22                             3:05 pm   Discussion
                                                            Moderator:
    9:00 am – 6:30 pm
                                                                   Timothy R. Daniels, MD
              Registration
                                                            Panel: John G. Anderson, MD
    1:00 pm    Welcome and Introduction                            Sheldon S. Lin, MD
               Keith L. Wapner, MD, Course                         James A. Nunley, II, MD
               Chair                                               Charles L. Saltzman, MD

                                                  3:20 – 3:45 pm
        Session 1: Cavovarus Deformities                     Break

    1:00 – 2:00 pm
    Moderator: Sheldon S. Lin, MD                            Session 3: Sports I

    1:00 pm    Stroke and Spasticity              3:45 – 5:20 pm
               Keith L. Wapner, MD                Moderator: Keith L. Wapner, MD

    1:15 pm    Surgical Strategies of Charcot     3:45 pm   Overview of Tendon Pathology
               Marie Tooth                                  Ned Amendola, MD
               Thomas H. Lee, MD
                                                  4:05 pm   Achilles Tendon: What’s New
    1:30 pm    Hindfoot Osteotomies and                     Richard D. Ferkel, MD
               Fusions in Cavovarus Deformities
               John G. Anderson, MD               4:25 pm   Peroneal Tendon: What’s New
                                                            Steven L. Haddad, MD
    1:45 pm    Discussion
               Moderator: Sheldon S. Lin, MD      4:45 pm   The Psychology of the Elite
               Panel: John G. Anderson, MD                  Athlete
                      Thomas H. Lee, MD                     Robert B. Anderson, MD
                      Keith L. Wapner, MD
                                                  5:00 pm   Discussion
                                                            Moderator: Keith L. Wapner, MD
               Session 2: Advances in                       Panel: Ned Amendola, MD
              Biologics and Technology                             Robert B. Anderson, MD
                                                                   Richard D. Ferkel, MD
    2:00 – 3:20 pm                                                 Steven L. Haddad, MD
    Moderator: Timothy R. Daniels, MD

    2:00 pm    The Biology of Nonunion               Session 4: Get to Know the Expert
               John G. Anderson, MD                     Best Article I Read this Year

    2:20 pm    The Science of Bone Substitutes    5:20 – 6:20 pm
               Sheldon S. Lin, MD                 Moderator: Richard D. Ferkel, MD
                                                  Panel: James A. Nunley, II, MD
    2:40 pm    DVT and Foot and Ankle Surgery            Charles L. Saltzman, MD
               Keith L. Wapner, MD                       Bruce G. Sangeorzan, MD
                                                         Lew C. Schon, MD
    2:55 pm    Robotics
               James A. Nunley, II, MD            6:20 pm   Adjourn for the Day




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             Program Schedule                    (subject to change)


      ,
FRIDAY APRIL 23                            9:30 am   Rheumatoid Forefoot
                                                     James W. Brodsky, MD
6:30 am   Registration
                                           9:45 am   Discussion
6:30 – 7:30 am                                       Moderator:
           Continental Breakfast /                          James A. Nunley, II, MD
           Exhibit Hall                              Panel: James W. Brodsky, MD
                                                            Steven L. Haddad, MD
                                                            Sheldon S. Lin, MD
           Session 5: Diabetes
                                                            Lew C. Schon, MD
7:30 – 8:45 am
Moderator: Lew C. Schon, MD                10:00 – 10:30 am
                                                      Break / Exhibit Hall
7:30 am   Management of Acute
          Fractures in Diabetes
          Sheldon S. Lin, MD                          Session 7: Sports II

                                           10:30 am – 12:05 pm
7:45 am   Charcot Reconstruction
                                           Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MD
          Strategies
          James W. Brodsky, MD             10:30 am Ankle Arthroscopy for Complex
                                                    Ankle Injuries
8:00 am   Amputations
                                                    Richard D. Ferkel, MD
          Charles L. Saltzman, MD
                                           10:50 am Alternate Arthroscopic
8:15 am   Soft Tissue Coverage for
                                                    Techniques for Injury
          Diabetics
                                                    Ned Amendola, MD
          L. Scott Levin, MD
                                           11:10 am Open Techniques for
8:30 am   Discussion
                                                    Osteochondral Defects
          Moderator: Lew C. Schon, MD
                                                    Robert B. Anderson, MD
          Panel: James B. Brodsky, MD
                 L. Scott Levin, MD        11:25 am Complex Fractures in the Athlete
                 Sheldon S. Lin, MD                 J. Chris Coetzee, MD
                 Charles L. Saltzman, MD
                                           11:40 am Stress Fractures in the Athlete
                                                    James A. Nunley, II, MD
           Session 6: Forefoot
                                           11:50 am Discussion
8:45 – 10:00 am
                                                    Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MD
Moderator: James A. Nunley, II, MD
                                                    Panel: Ned Amendola, MD
8:45 am   Second MTP Instability                           John G. Anderson, MD
          Lew C. Schon, MD                                 J. Chris Coetzee, MD
                                                           James A. Nunley, II, MD
9:00 am   Failed Forefoot Surgery
          Steven L. Haddad, MD             12:05 – 1:00 pm
                                                      Lunch / Exhibit Hall
9:15 am   Bunionettes
          Sheldon S. Lin, MD                                        continued on page 8




               Visiting the Exhibit Hall helps support the AOFAS                          7
                     Program Schedule                   (subject to change)

    Friday, April 23 continued

                   Session 8: Trauma                   Session 10: Ankle Arthroplasty

    1:00 – 2:05 pm                                3:50 – 5:25 pm
    Moderator: Timothy R. Daniels, MD             Moderator: James W. Brodsky, MD

    1:00 pm      The Fibula                       3:50 pm   The Biomechanics of the Ankle
                 J. Chris Coetzee, MD                       Charles L. Saltzman, MD

    1:15 pm      The Talus                        4:05 pm   The Role of Arthroplasty in Varus
                 David B. Thordarson, MD                    Deformities
                                                            James A. Nunley, II, MD
    1:35 pm      The Calcaneus
                 Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD          4:20 pm   The Role of Arthroplasty in
                                                            Valgus Deformities
    1:50 pm      Discussion                                 Timothy R. Daniels, MD
                 Moderator:
                        Timothy R. Daniels, MD    4:35 pm   Failed Ankle Arthroplasty
                 Panel: J. Chris Coetzee, MD                An algorithm for salvage of TAR
                        Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD             Steven L. Haddad, MD
                        David B. Thordarson, MD
                                                  4:50 pm   Strategies for Soft Tissue
                                                            Coverage
              Session 9: Posterior Tibial                   L. Scott Levin, MD
            Tendon and Acquired Flatfeet
                                                  5:05 pm   Discussion: My Hardest
    2:05 – 3:25 pm                                          Replacement Yet
    Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MD                            Moderator:
                                                                   James W. Brodsky, MD
    2:05 pm      The Biomechanics of the Medial
                                                            Panel: Timothy R. Daniels, MD
                 and Lateral Column
                                                                   Steven L. Haddad, MD
                 Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD
                                                                   James A. Nunley, II, MD
    2:25 pm      Medial Column Deformities                         Charles L. Saltzman, MD
                 Robert B. Anderson, MD
                                                  5:25 – 6:30 pm
    2:40 pm      Lateral Column Deformities                  Industry Session on Emerging
                 Keith L. Wapner, MD                         Trends in Orthopaedic Surgery

    2:55 pm      Ankle Deformities                6:30 – 7:30 pm
                 Timothy R. Daniels, MD                      Welcome Reception /
                                                             Exhibit Hall
    3:10 pm      Discussion: Operative Tips
                 and Pearls                       7:30 – 9:00 pm
                 Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MD                Industry Satellite Symposia
                 Panel: Robert B. Anderson, MD               Sessions (Non-CME)
                        Timothy R. Daniels, MD
                        Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD
                        Keith L. Wapner, MD

    3:25 – 3:50 pm
               Break / Exhibit Hall




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             Program Schedule                       (subject to change)


        ,
SATURDAY APRIL 24, 2010                       9:50 am   Soft Tissue Reconstruction
                                                        L. Scott Levin, MD
6:30 am   Registration
                                              10:05 am Discussion
6:30 – 7:30 am                                         Moderator:
           Continental Breakfast /                            Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD
           Exhibit Hall                                Panel: J. Chris Coetzee, MD
                                                              Timothy R. Daniels, MD
                                                              L. Scott Levin, MD
          Session 11: Forefoot II
                                                              Lew C. Schon, MD
7:30 – 8:30 am                                                David B. Thordarson, MD
Moderator: John G. Anderson, MD
                                              10:20 – 10:45 am
7:30 am   Traumatic Injuries of the 1st MTP              Break / Exhibit Hall
          Robert B. Anderson, MD

7:45 am   Challenges Associated with             Session 13: Panel Discussion / Case
          Hallux Valgus                           Studies / Audience Presentations
          Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD
                                              10:45 am – 12:45 pm
8:00 am   Failed Bunion Management            Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MD
          James W. Brodsky, MD
                                              10:45 am Forefoot Complications
8:15 am   Hallux Rigidus: The Spectrum                 Moderator: Keith L. Wapner, MD
          of Treatment                                 Panel: John G. Anderson, MD
          Thomas H. Lee, MD                                   James W. Brodsky, MD
                                                              Timothy R. Daniels, MD
8:30 am   Discussion                                          Lew C. Schon, MD
          Moderator:
                 John G. Anderson, MD         11:15 am Trauma
          Panel: Robert B. Anderson, MD                Moderator:
                 James W. Brodsky, MD                         David B. Thordarson, MD
                 Thomas H. Lee, MD                     Panel: John G. Anderson, MD
                 Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD                      Sheldon S. Lin, MD
                                                              Bruce G. Sangeorzan, MD

          Session 12: Trauma II               11:45 am Arthroplasty
                                                       Moderator: Ned Amendola, MD
8:45 – 10:20 am                                        Panel: J. Chris Coetzee, MD
Moderator: Bruce J. Sangeorzan, MD                            Timothy R. Daniels, MD
                                                              James A. Nunley, II, MD
8:45 am   The Tibia                                           Charles L. Saltzman, MD
          David B. Thordarson, MD
                                              12:15 pm Sports
9:05 am   Hindfoot Malunions                           Moderator: Thomas H. Lee, MD
          Timothy R. Daniels, MD                       Panel: Robert B. Anderson, MD
                                                              Richard D. Ferkel, MD
9:20 am   The Metatarsals
                                                              James A. Nunley, II, MD
          J. Chris Coetzee, MD
                                              12:45 pm Adjourn
9:35 am   External Fixators in Trauma
          Lew C. Schon, MD




                    Convenient Saturday afternoon departure                             9
                              Course Information

     PROGRAM FORMAT                                COURSE POLICIES
     The program will be held at the Hyatt         Course sessions, food functions and
     Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing,       exhibits are for course participants only.
     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The educational   The AOFAS regrets that spouses, families
     sessions will be held April 22 from           and unregistered staff are not permitted in
     1:00 pm – 6:20 pm; April 23 from              these areas. If you have not received your
     7:30 am – 6:20 pm; and from                   registration confirmation within one week
     7:30 am – 12:45 pm on April 24.               of your departure for the course, please
     Registration fee includes continental         contact the AOFAS Executive Office at
     breakfasts, breaks, lunch, and the            aofasinfo@aofas.org or call 800-235-4855
     Welcome Reception on Friday evening.          or 847-698-4654 (outside US).
     On-site registration begins Thursday,         The AOFAS will not be responsible for
     April 22 from 9:00 am – 6:30 pm at the        expenses incurred by an individual who is
     Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s          not confirmed and for whom space is not
     Landing. Additional information will be       available at the course. Recording of the
     included in your registration confirmation     sessions is prohibited.
     letter sent via e-mail within one week of
     the meeting.




                         Registration Information

     CANCELLATION / REFUNDS                         The AOFAS reserves the right to cancel the
     Requests to cancel registration and obtain     course 30 days prior to the course date.
     a refund must be received in writing at the    Should this occur, course registrants will be
     AOFAS Executive Office by the key deadlines     notified by mail at the address indicated on
     shown below.                                   the registration form.

     Mail:     6300 North River Road, Suite 510     Persons who registered at least 30 days
               Rosemont, IL 60018                   prior to the date of course cancellation will
     Fax:      847-692-3315                         also be contacted by telephone. Registration
     E-mail:   Registration@aofas.org               fees will be refunded in full. However, costs
                                                    incurred by the registrants, such as airline or
                                                    hotel penalties, are the responsibility of the
     KEY REGISTRATION DEADLINES                     registrant.
     March 26, 2010
       Deadline for 100% Cancellation Refund

     April 9, 2010
       Deadline for 50% Cancellation Refund
       (Less $100 processing fee)




10                     Advance registration ends April 5 – www.aofas.org
                                                                Registration Form
                                                                       April 22-24, 2010
AOFAS Advanced Foot and Ankle Course                                   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Open to AOFAS and AAOS members, residents and fellows, non-member physicians, and allied
health professionals. If you fall outside these categories, please contact the AOFAS Executive Office.

PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY. Photocopy form for additional registrants.
Full Name: ________________________________________________                   Degree ______________
First Name/Nickname (for badge): ____________________________________________________
Company / Facility Name ___________________________________________________________
Office Address ____________________________________________________________________
                       (NOTE: This address will be provided to attendees and exhibitors.)

City ___________________________________________State/Province_____________________
ZIP/Postal Code _________________________________Country __________________________
Office Phone ___________________________________Fax ______________________________
E-mail (required for confirmation) ____________________________________________________
ADA Compliance: Indicate below any on-site needs (i.e. dietary, audio/visual devices, etc.) or
send a separate e-mail to Registration@aofas.org by April 5 to receive service(s) requested.
__________________________________________________________________________________

REGISTRATION FEES (U.S. Dollars)
One day registration is not available. All registrants must pay the full registration fee which
includes course materials, admission to the sessions, exhibits, and indicated meals.
Login required. Please create new record ONLY if you do not already have one.
                                By April 5         After April 5
AOFAS Member                        $745                $795
AAOS Member                         $845                $895        Payment required at time of
Non-member Physician                $945                $995        registration. Allow 2-3 days for
International Attendee              $615                $665        processing and e-mail receipt.
Resident and Fellow                 $605                $655
   (fax program verification                                         Credit card payments:
   to 847-692-3315)
                                                                      Online: www.aofas.org
Allied Health Professional          $605                $655
   (ATC, PT, PA, RN)                                                  Login required. Please do NOT
                                                                      create a new record if you are
   TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED                  $ ______________            an AOFAS Member or have
PAYMENT (Please review Cancellation/Refunds policy)                   attended an AOFAS meeting
  Check enclosed (payable to AOFAS)                                   within the past four years.
  Credit Card:    VISA®      MasterCard®    AmEx®                     Fax:      847-692-3315
Number | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |                              Phone: 800-235-4855 or
   Exp. | | | | |             Security # | | | | |                           847-698-4654 (outside US)
         m m y y
                                                                    Check or credit card payments:
Cardholder Name (please print)                                        Mail:     American Orthopaedic
__________________________________________________                              Foot & Ankle Society
                                                                                22271 Network Place
Cardholder Signature
                                                                                Chicago, IL 60673-1222
__________________________________________________
Credit card billing address if different than office address
__________________________________________________________________________________

								
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