This workshop presents clinical case studies from the retrospective repository at Regenative Labs. The cases use dehydrated amniotic membrane or Wharton’s jelly tissue allografts on patients with podiatric-related defects. Presented by Michael Lavor, MD.
Friday, December 8, 2023
The Live In-Person Desert Foot Multi-Disciplinary Limb Salvage and Wound Care Conference returns to Phoenix, Arizona at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, December 6 – 9, 2023. The renowned lecture program will be taught by some of the finest teachers in podiatry and will be focused on evidence-based, best practices to improve limb salvage techniques, advanced wound care skills, and treat surgical and medical disorders of the lower limb. The conference provides a great opportunity for you to learn along with a large part of the federal service wound care and surgical community, as well as hundreds of healthcare professionals in acute care, home care, and the private sector. The conference brings together six major groups involved with limb salvage preservation of the lower extremity, from healthcare clinicians in the private sector, the Veterans Administration, VA Podiatric Residency Directors, Association for the Advancement of Wound Care (AAWC), Arizona Podiatric Medical Association, and the Department of Defense from across the country. The most unique part of the conference is the rotating interactive hands-on workshops, focusing on advanced technologies that provide our attendees with hands-on practical experience and training on surgical procedures, advanced wound care, and new techniques in healing the lower extremity that you will bring back to your offices to begin using on Monday morning. The traditional poster/abstract competition will take place, so begin preparing your contribution for all attendees to see. This important annual conference is approved for 24 CE/CME/CECH for all podiatric surgeons, surgical residents, MDs, DOs, NPs, PAs, and WOCNs, 9.5 X-ray credits and 2 ABPM MOC Points.