Ankle Arthroscopy Course

"Wonderful Course, all attendings were very helpful and easily accessible in lab."
– Dr Darryl R., CA

Course Dates:
April 14-15, 2017
August 4-5, 2017

BioSkills Training Center
1700 Chrisman Road
Tracy, CA 95304
Up to 13 CME

Course Fees:

(*with a letter from Director)

DPM Physicians..........$1,650.00**
(**additional $100 for registration less than 30 days in advance)

Seminar Schedule


To register, select from the options below, click "Add to Cart" and complete the online checkout process. You may also register by completing the form here and mailing or faxing it to us.

Course Director:

John M. Schuberth, DPM
Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Kaiser Foundation Hospital
San Francisco, CA
Board of Medical Advisors, International Foot & Ankle Foundation


Jeffrey Christensen, DPM
Division of Podiatric Surgery
Swedish Medical Center--First Hill Campus
Seattle, WA
Director of Research, International Foot & Ankle Foundation
Ankle & Foot Clinic of Everett, Everett, WA

Additional Faculty:

Daniel J. Hatch, DPM
Director of Podiatric Surgical Training
North Colorado Medical Center
Board of Medical Advisors, International Foot & Ankle Foundation
Foot & Ankle Center of Northern Colorado, PC, Greeley, CO

Stephen A. Mariash, DPM
Chief of Staff
St. Cloud Surgical Center
Board of Medical Advisors, International Foot & Ankle Foundation
St. Cloud Orthopedic Associates, St. Cloud, MN

*Accommodations for CA location only: Fairfield Inn by Marriott, 2410 Naglee Rd., Tracy, CA. Call hotel directly at (209) 381-8398 and mention the course for a discounted rate of $125/night

This course is designed for the foot & ankle surgeon wanting to learn advancements in ankle arthroscopic surgery. This comprehensive 2-day course offers didactic and hands-on sessions.

The Surgical Skills Training program includes state-of-the-art concepts in arthroscopic ankle surgery taught by leading foot & ankle surgeons in a practical lab environment and a high-tech lecture hall. Personal attention is guaranteed with a limited number of participants for each course. Corporate staff members complement the instruction by providing necessary technical support for each course.

The Surgical Skills Training Centers are equipped with the latest arthroscopic wet and dry lab simulators and is stocked with a complete inventory of the latest instrumentation and equipment. One cadaveric specimen is provided for a maximum of two foot & ankle surgeons per station.