2014 Seminars

20th Annual Las Vegas Seminar
September 25-27, 2014

33rd Annual Hawaii/Maui Seminar
October 11-18, 2014

2015 Seminars

Australia/New Zealand Bucket-List Cruise
January 27-February 8, 2015

Lake Tahoe Ski Seminar
March 5-7, 2015

Alaska Summer Seminar at Sea
July 3-10, 2015

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**Register for two seminars in 2014 and receive $100 off the second seminar's tuition.
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"This was my first IFAF meeting. Definitely will return!! Not only did I gain so much from the lectures, but also by visiting with fellow doctors… enjoyed meeting doctors from other parts of the country."
– Natalie D., TX

20th Annual Las Vegas Seminar

Co-Sponsored by Nevada Podiatric Medical Association
The WYNN Las Vegas
September 25-27, 2014
25 CECH

It’s our 20th Anniversary in Las Vegas and we’re back at our favorite hotel-- the incredible WYNN Las Vegas Resort and Casino! Join us at the longest-running-national podiatric seminar in Vegas. Earn 25 credits and learn cutting-edge medical techniques with hands-on workshops from the best of IFAF faculty and other nationally recognized lecturers.

Don’t wait to book ... We have the best rate anywhere for this hotel! Rooms typically sell out by June 15th. so book early to guarantee your reservation!

Scientific Objectives of this program:

  1. To present leading lecturers from academic and clinical centers to practicing podiatric physicians.
  2. To improve the practitioner’s understanding of pediatric and adult lower extremity skin conditions.
  3. To be able to effectively evaluate patients with the most commonly encountered injuries to the foot and ankle.
  4. To review the classical surgical approaches to forefoot deformities.

Meetings Scheduled:
Thursday, 9/25: 1pm to 10pm
Friday and Saturday, 9/26 and 9/27: 7:30am to 6pm

Tuition fees Before 9/4/14 After 9/3/14
DPM, MD, DO $510 $560
Current IFAF Medical Advisors $460 $510
Nevada DPM’s $410 $460
ACFAS Div. 4 Members* $410 $460
Past WA State Surgical Residents $410 $460
Active Military $310 $360
Retired/APMA Life Member $310 $360
Assistant/Spouse $175 $225
Current Surgical Residents/Students** $150 $200

*ACFAS Div 4: UT, NV, CO, AZ, NM
**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status

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"Thoroughly enjoyed every minute!! Will be back to IFAF in future… refreshing subject matter & delivery."
– Greg C., MA
"We really like your lecture variety and several new speakers. This was one of the best seminars and locations I have ever been to. Thanks!"
– Jonathon P., Canada

33rd Annual Hawaii/Maui Seminar

Co-Sponsored by Hawaii Podiatric Medical Association
Hyatt Regency Maui
October 11-18, 2014
30 CECH

Discover the ultimate Kaanapali Beach Hotel! Join us for our 33rd annual event at the spectacular-newly renovated Hyatt Regency Maui!

Scientific Objectives of this program:

  1. To be knowledgeable in most of the procedures utilized to address most common foot problems.
  2. To establish understanding of developing concepts in the diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle conditions.
  3. To review current trends and treatment protocols for nerve, vascular and musculoskeletal conditions affecting the lower extremities.
  4. To be able to describe and demonstrate ways to perfect and refine surgical techniques in foot surgery.

Meetings Scheduled:
Monday-Friday, 10/13-17 from 7am to 1pm

Don't delay booking your travel! We have a great rate at this 4-Star property and rooms will sell-out fast! (Our block typically sells-out by August 15th.)

Tuition fees Before 9/20/14 After 9/19/14
DPM, MD, DO $525 $575
Current IFAF Medical Advisors $475 $525
Past WA State Surgical Residents $425 $475
Active Military $325 $375
Assistant/Spouse $175 $225
Current Surgical Residents/Students** $150 $200

**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status.

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Australia/New Zealand Bucket-List Cruise

Celebrity Cruises, Solstice Ship
January 27- February 8, 2015
30 CECH

Check one off your Bucket List and join IFAF for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure down under. We will board the Celebrity Solstice Ship in Sydney on January 27; sailing for a 12-night cruise through the South Pacific with stops in Tasmania, Dunedin, Akaroa, Wellington, Tauranga, and Bay of Islands, NZ, ending in Auckland on February 8, 2015.

Scientific Objectives of this program:

  1. To improve diagnostic skills in skin diseases.
  2. To better understand medical conditions affecting the lower extremity.
  3. To review up-to-date alternatives for surgical treatment of forefoot conditions.
  4. To learn differential diagnoses of medical conditions of the foot and ankle.

Meetings Scheduled:
Not to conflict with Port Calls

We are now taking reservations! A block of cabins have been reserved and this spectacular cruise adventure is filling up fast! Optional pre and post-cruise packages are also available. Book by September 20, 2014 to ensure the best possible rate.

Tuition fees Before 12/30/14 After 12/29/14
DPM, MD, DO $525 $575
IFAF Medical Advisor $475 $525
Past Seattle Residents $425 $475
Active Military Members $325 $375
Assistant/Spouse $175 $225
Residents** $150 $200

**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status.

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"This was an excellent program and my family really liked this venue."
– Don S., IL
"As usual you guys did a great job and I picked up many pearls."
– Tim G., WA

Lake Tahoe Ski Seminar

South Lake Tahoe, California
The Lake Tahoe Resort,
March 5-7, 2015
18 CECH

Hit the Slopes with IFAF! Join us at the Lake Tahoe Resort (formerly Embassy Suites), the perfect location; just 45 minutes from Reno International Airport and steps away from the Heavenly Valley Gondola and Nevada Casinos.

Scientific Objectives of this program:

  1. To review diagnostic techniques and reconstructive surgical approaches employed in lower extremity surgery.
  2. To review the classical surgical approaches to forefoot deformities.
  3. To increase understanding of pigmented lesions and proper pathological diagnosis.
  4. To better understand and manage such conditions as lower extremity trauma, dislocations and injuries.

Meetings scheduled to provide plenty of time for outdoor fun:

Don't delay booking your travel! Hotel booking is not guaranteed after January 29, 2015.

Tuition fees Before 2/12/15 After 2/11/15
DPM, MD, DO $420 $470
Current IFAF Medical Advisors $370 $420
Past Seattle Residents $320 $370
Active Military Members $220 $270
Assistant/Spouse $175 $225
Residents** $100 $150

**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status.

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"Excellent conference. Great location. I really liked the relaxed atmosphere. I will definitely be back."
– Jennifer L., TX

Summer Seminar at Sea

Alaska Cruise Seminar
July 3-10, 2015
RCCL, Jewel of the Seas
20 CECH

The IFAF tradition continues… The 11th Alaska Seminar at Sea is to be held on board the spectacular RCCL, Jewel of the Seas ship. Few places are as breathtaking in their inherent and rugged beauty as Alaska!

  • Ship sails to and from Seattle,
  • Cruise the inside passage and the Tracy Arm Fjord
  • Port Calls in Juneau, Skagway, and Victoria, BC.

Scientific Objectives of this program:

  1. To review current medical and surgical treatment of primary and secondary lower extremity infections.
  2. To provide practicing podiatric physicians with a broad range of program topics offered in an intensive learning setting.
  3. To present leading lecturers from academic and clinical centers to practicing podiatric physicians.
  4. To be knowledgeable in most of the procedures utilized to address most common foot problems.

Meetings scheduled not to conflict with port calls.

Don’t delay booking your travel! A block of cabins have been reserved and this unforgettable cruise adventure will fill up fast! Book before March 1, 2015 to ensure the best possible rate.

Tuition fees Before 6/13/15 After 6/12/15
DPM, MD, DO $510 $560
Special Combo Seattle/AK Cruise $660 $710
Current IFAF Medical Advisors $460 $510
Past Seattle Residents $410 $460
Active Military Members $310 $360
Assistant/Spouse $175 $225
Residents** $150 $200

**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status.

For discounted IFAF group travel/hotel rates, click here

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