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American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) Conf. Attendees Prepare to Descend on Austin, TX

In less than two weeks, ACFAS 2022 will take place in Austin, Texas. Unlike the 2021 conference, which was curtailed to 750 in-person attendees due to the pandemic, this year's attendance is not capped and will require attendees to provide either proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test within 48 hours of the conference.

The meeting is sure to better represent what's to come for the future under ACFAS Executive Director Patrick (PJ) Andrus, as opposed to the first meeting under his helm last year.

What's Noteworthy

Aside from a diverse array of podiatric and orthopedic faculty, the first-ever International Hallux Valgus Symposium will take place Thursday, February 24. Recognizable leaders from both podiatric and orthopedic backgrounds from around the world will take the stage for what promises to be a thought-provoking event.

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Click to here to register before February 9 and avoid onsite fees.

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