"Love this program and venue. I always take home something of clinical usefulness."

34th Annual Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel
South Lake Tahoe, CA

February 18-20, 2021

Up to 20.0 CECH

Hit the Slopes with IFAF this February! Join us at the Lake Tahoe Resort, 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.

Don't delay booking your travel! Hotel availability and/or discounted rates are not guaranteed after January 15, 2021.

Tuition feesBefore 1/21/21After 1/20/21
DPM, MD, DO$450$500
Past WA State Surgical Residents$350$400
Retired$350$400
Active Military*$250$300
PhD, RN, PT$250$300
Assistants/Spouse$175$225
Resident with Letter from Director$100$150

*Verification of status required
**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status
*** Completely retired from practice and have reached the age of 65

Meetings Scheduled

Thursday, 2/18; 12 noon: -7:30pm
Friday, 2/19; 7: -10am and 3-7:30pm
Saturday, 2/20; 7-10am and 3-6:30pm

"Loved the conference location & information. Complications session was great. Need more like this."

4th Annual Sonoma Seminar

Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country Hotel
Santa Rosa, CA

May 13-15, 2021

Up to 20.0 CECH

Join IFAF for an unforgettable weekend in the heart of Sonoma Valley. Savor the romance and charm of the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country Hotel, set in the heart of the quaint town of Santa Rosa! Now in our fourth year, join our renowned IFAF faculty and invited guest speakers for this highly rated educational meeting.

Scientific Objectives of this program:

  1. To better understand current treatment protocols for the management of midfoot deformities.
  2. To review and better understand a variety of plastic surgery techniques for wound closure.
  3. To explore diverse topics in specialized areas of podiatric medicine and surgery, dermatology, and diagnostic imaging.
  4. To learn updated information regarding the opioid crisis and the practice of medicine ethics.

Don't delay booking your travel! Hotel availability and/or discounted rates are not guaranteed after April 10, 2021.

Tuition feesBefore 4/15/21After 4/14/21
DPM, MD, DO$510$560
Past WA State Surgical Residents$410$460
Retired$410$460
Active Military*$310$360
PhD, RN, PT$310$360
Assistants/Spouse$175$225
Resident with Letter from Director$100$150

*Verification of status required
**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status
*** Completely retired from practice and have reached the age of 65

Meetings Scheduled:

Thursday, May 13th, 8:00am-6:30pm
Friday and Saturday, May 14-15, 8:00am-1:30pm

"All excellent lectures with great take-always"

"This has been the top 1,2 or 3 seminars I have attended in 27 years."

43rd Annual Seattle Seminar

Swedish Medical Center--Cherry Hill Campus

June 24-26, 2021

Up to 20.0 CECH

There is so much to see and do in Seattle! Join us in the beautiful Pacific Northwest for one of the best scientific programs on the west coast! We will feature many of the IFAF’s finest faculty and guest lecturers PLUS our popular practical-skills workshops!

Scientific Objectives of this program:

  1. To review the latest information on forefoot reconstruction
  2. To better understand lower extremity musculoskeletal conditions
  3. To be able to describe and treat common skin problems
  4. To understand the most common complications of foot surgery

Travel and Hotel Accommodations are on your own.

Tuition feesBefore 5/24/21After 5/23/21
DPM, MD, DO$480$530
Past WA State Surgical Residents$380$430
Retired$380$430
Active Military*$280$330
PhD, RN, PT$280$330
Resident with Letter from Director$50$100

*Verification of status required
**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status
*** Completely retired from practice and have reached the age of 65

Meetings scheduled:

Thursday, 6/24 1pm-9pm
Friday, 6/25 7am-5:30pm
Saturday, 6/26 7am-4pm

"Excellent conference. Great location… I will definitely be back"

"Great speakers! Always a wonderful crew with IFAF"

2021 Scotland Seminar

Hilton Edinburgh Carlton

August 1-7, 2021

Up to 28.5 CECH

Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital city, renowned for its heritage, culture, and festivals. Hilton Edinburgh Carlton is perfectly located in the center of the city, on the famous Royal Mile--just a short stroll away from all the iconic attractions—Edinburgh Castle, Underground Ghost tour, Holyrood Distillery, and the incomparable Tattoo Festival. You will have Wednesday all to yourself to venture out on your own.

Tuition feesBefore 7/2/21After 7/1/21
DPM, MD, DO$550$600
Past WA State Surgical Residents$450$500
Active Military*$350$400
PhD, RN, PT$350$400
Assistants/Spouse$195$245
Resident with Letter from Director$150$200

*Verification of status required
**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status
*** Completely retired from practice and have reached the age of 65

Meetings Scheduled

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday--Half-days
Friday 8:00am-6:00pm
Optional Symposium at Queen Margaret University; Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm.

"This was the best seminar I have been to in 40 years! There was something for everyone and a variety of speakers, topics and workshops."

26th Annual Las Vegas Seminar (2021)

The Encore at WYNN Las Vegas

September 23-25, 2021

Up to 25.0 CECH

It’s our 26th meeting in Las Vegas and we’re back at our favorite hotel-- the incredible Encore at WYNN Las Vegas Resort and Casino! Join us at the longest-running-national podiatric seminar in Vegas. Earn up to 25 credits and learn cutting-edge medical techniques with hands-on workshops from the best of IFAF and other nationally recognized faculty.

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.

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!

Tuition feesBefore 8/23/21After 8/22/21
DPM, MD, DO$540$590
Past WA State Surgical Residents$440$490
Retired$440$490
Active Military*$340$390
PhD, RN, PT$340$390
Assistants/Spouse$195$245
Resident with Letter from Director$150$200

*Verification of status required
**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status
*** Completely retired from practice and have reached the age of 65

Meetings Scheduled

Thursday-Saturday, 9/23-25, 8am-6:30pm (NEW TIMES!)

"Overall excellent, probably the highest quality of speakers of all meetings I have attended."

"Thank you for such a great conference. Looking forward to future IFAF seminars."

40th Annual Hawaii/Big Island Seminar

Co-Sponsored by Hawaii Podiatric Medical Association
Hilton Waikoloa Village

October 16-23, 2021

Up to 30.0 CECH

Join IFAF for our 40th Anniversary in Hawaii—this year on the Big Island! There is everything to see there, from fertile rain forests, to lava rock deserts! Stay with us on the Kohala Coast at the famed Hilton Waikoloa Village, a destination in itself! This meeting brings together foot and ankle practitioners from around the world and boasts an internationally recognized faculty of DPM's and MD's.

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.

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

Tuition feesBefore 9/18/21After 9/17/21
DPM, MD, DO$550$600
Past WA State Surgical Residents$450$500
Active Military*$350$400
PhD, RN, PT$350$400
Assistants/Spouse$195$245
Resident with Letter from Director$150$200

*Verification of status required
**Include a letter from program director confirming proof of status
*** Completely retired from practice and have reached the age of 65

Meetings Scheduled

Monday-Friday, October 18th to 22nd, 7am-1pm

Scientific Seminars

*All 2021 IFAF seminars and courses are designed to be held live on-site at the specific venues listed (excluding SLESS Lectures). We hope to be able to offer you the highest level of CME with leading scientific educators at beautiful resort locations around the world. If individual state and country quarantine regulations are still being upheld as we near the meeting dates, we will move these programs to a virtual/online platform and notify all participants as soon as we become aware.

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**Register for two seminars in 2020 and receive $100 off the second seminar's tuition.

PLEASE CONTACT IFAF BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THE SECOND SEMINAR TO RECEIVE YOUR DISCOUNT. Does NOT apply to Residents, Retired/APMA Life Members or Military. Does NOT include SLESS/Arthroscopy Courses