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This live CME activity will help you stay current with the latest concepts in diagnosing and treating common foot and ankle conditions and injuries. Through didactic lectures, interactive panel discussions, and cases presentations, the faculty will address issues with the management of calcaneus fractures, lisfranc injruies, traumatic injuries, sports injuries, and much more.
An Accredited Conference Provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE)
Symptoms of arthritis of the big toe can include increased pain, swelling, and stiffness, as well as difficulty with shoe wear and other activities, especially those requiring lots of bending of the toe, like squatting and kneeling,” says Craig S. Radnay, MD, MPH, another Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon.
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We specialize in diagnosing and treating ankle arthritis conditions Dr. Craig S. Radnay is a top specialty trained surgeon who has treated complex ankle conditions and performed many complex total ankle replacement procedures. He uses the latest innovative techniques and has performed the most ankle surgical procedures than other doctors in New York.
Dr. Radnay sees patients from all across the US and the world for treatments in his New York based Install Scott Kelly Institute and provides specialized services through NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases and Lenox Hill Hospital (Northwell Health) to accommodate patients traveling from distant locations
Dr Radnay is listed amongst 2017 “Top Orthopedic Surgeons” in the New York Magazine
Dr. Radnay is using cutting-edge technology in his practice to provide better patient outcomes, including robotic-assisted partial knee replacement and a procedure to definitively treat Chronic Tendon Disease and chronic plantar fasciiti.
Course directors Craig Radnay, MD, MPH, and Michael Clare, MD will address issues in foot and ankle surgery – Fall 2017 – Tampa, FL Feb 8-10, 2018 – Tampa, FL
“Make them fit, please!” Dr. Radnay is mentioned in a New York Times article.