2022 Foot and Ankle Self-Assessment Examination
Jerry S. Grimes, MD, FAAOS, Editor-in-Chief
ONLINE, Scored and Recorded
10 SAE CME; 100 multiple-choice questions
CME for this program expires on 1/31/2025
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Explore the current diagnosis and treatment recommendations for both common and uncommon but clinically important foot and ankle problems. Determine factors contributing to complications associated with treating patients’ foot and ankle complaints. Explore treatment options for diabetic, athletic, degenerative, and traumatic abnormalities of the foot and ankle. Identify the extent of your knowledge and inspire investigation into treatment options in the foot and ankle domain.
Completing this examination will help you:
• identify the best studies to evaluate patients with complications from diabetes
• determine diagnosis and treatment plans for foot and ankle arthritis
• describe the diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries to the ankle
• manage pediatric foot complaints
• formulate treatment plans for trauma to the foot and ankle
• discuss with my patients the risk of complications from foot injuries
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Self-Assessment in MOC
Credits earned by completing this Scored and Recorded Special Interest Self-Assessment Examinations can be applied to the scored and recorded self-assessment requirements as mandated by the ABOS Maintenance of Certification (MOC) process and will count toward the CME credit requirement, as well.