December 2nd – 3rd, 2016
This meeting will provide the participant with a synopsis of diagnostic, treatment and management protocols as they apply to foot and ankle trauma, reconstruction and deformity correction procedures. The format will include practical and didactic sessions, coupled with roundtable discussions in a lively, interactive setting to encourage full participation from the audience.
The Symposium is open to all practicing foot and ankle surgeons and shall cover the latest operative techniques, treatment modalities, case discussions and controversies, international perspectives and technical updates focusing on the best practices in current foot and ankle surgical care.
Thursday, December 1st
02:00pm – Onwards Arrivals
Friday, December 2nd
07:30am – 06:30pm Scientific and Practical sessions
Saturday, December 3rd
08:30am – 12:00pm Scientific and Practical sessions
12:00pm – 01:00pm Lunch and Checkout (Luggage storage area will be provided)
01:00pm – 03:30pm Scientific and Practical sessions
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Each registered participant will receive a name badge to be provided on-site.
For organizational and security reasons, we request that all participants wear their badges at all times during the symposium activities.
Participant ticket, 2 days: $100 USD
What is Covered by Novastep: The $100.00 Registration Fee covers participant lodging for the nights of December 1st and 2nd and all meals starting with breakfast on December 2nd through lunch on December 3rd.
The official language for the symposium is English
Your personal certificate of attendance will be emailed to the attendees after the symposium.
The New York Marriott Downtown has been selected as the meeting and accommodation venue. Your symposium registration will automatically reserve a hotel stay for the nights of December 1st and 2nd.
85 West Street at Albany Street
New York, NY 10006
30 Ramland Rd, Ste 200
Orangeburg, NY 10962