Education

Help with our vision to provide humanitarian foot and ankle care in countries where the need is the greatest. We do this by teaching and training in-country surgeons and thereby multiplying orthopedic care worldwide.

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Your generosity enables us to bring you and our colleagues worldwide continued valuable educational opportunities.

While we are able to provide surgical care to an individual, enabling them to become an independent contributing member of society, we believe that the real and sustaining solution is to teach and train in-country surgeons and thereby multiply orthopedic care worldwide. 

With your help, we can provide training and continued valuable education to orthopedic surgeons around the globe, especially in underserved and resource scarce regions.

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Our Publications

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  • Li S, Myerson MS. Managing Severe Foot and Ankle Deformities in Global Humanitarian Programs. Foot Ankle Clin. 2020;25(2):183-203.
  • Li S, Myerson MS. Failure of Surgical Treatment in Patients with Cavovarus Deformity: Why Does This Happen and How Do We Approach Treatment?. Foot Ankle Clin. 2019;24(2):361-370.
  • Classification and Nomenclature: Progressive Collapsing Foot Deformity Foot and Ankle International. Online first. 2020
  • Mark Myerson. A Perspective on the Recently Held World Foot and Ankle Congress. Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery (Asia Pacific), Volume 7 Issue 2: 83-85