General Info

Physician Registration - Online Physician, Resident and Student Registration

The Ohio Foot & Ankle Seminar offers top-notch lectures from leading experts from around the country. Attendees may register for the virtual seminar April 20, 2024 (8 CME Hours), the live seminar May 16-17, 2024 (17 CME Hours), or both events at a special price.

Assistant Registration - Online Assistant Registration

The Assistant Program is designed to provide podiatric medical assistants with a wealth of information on topics ranging from foot and ankle anatomy to practice management. The program this year will be held on Thursday, May 16 and Friday May 17, 2024. Assistants may register for Thursday only, Friday only or both days.

Learning Objectives

 Upon conclusion of the Annual Seminar, podiatric physicians will be able to:

  • Be knowledgeably informed or recall information regarding podiatric conditions, maladies or circumstances relating to the practice of medicine and podiatry
  • Extrapolate by comprehension, understanding or perception the insight gained via lecture and discussion relating to the practice of medicine and podiatry
  • Formulate or infer by application case relevance relating to the practice of medicine and podiatry
  • Distinguish by analysis the appropriate modalities in the treatment, care and protocols of current  trends, application and practices of medicine in podiatry
  • Generalize, synthesize, or deduce by classification ways to develop treatment protocols based on current literature and evidenced based medicine
  • Compare, contrast and evaluate judgment values for those ideas presented between medical and surgical applications

CPME and CME Credit

This Seminar will be accredited by the Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Foundation as an approved sponsor by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as well the OFAMF Continuing Medical Education Accreditation Committee (the certifying agency in Ohio for podiatry). CPME and CME credit is established at 8 hours for the virtual portion of the seminar and 18 hours for the live seminar for 25 total contact hours for the State Medical Board of Ohio. Hours are calculated from the electronic badge scanners. Complete scanning hours and locations will be provided on-site in your packet.

Registration and payment does not automatically result in the issuance of any CME credit. There are two methods of attendance verification; scanning and an NCR form. Attendees will be scanned twice each day to verify attendance. The paper NCR form attests that you have attended the program for the number of CME hours awarded. Please retain one copy for your file for state licensure audit. A signed copy is required to receive the Certificate of Attendance. Please remit your CME white copy signature sheet before your hotel departure at the seminar registration desk.

Intended Audience

The intended audience for The Annual Seminar includes physicians, resident physicians, students of podiatric medicine, and podiatric assistants. For physicians and students, their skill, knowledge or experience is equated with their scholarship, license limitations or practice area. Presentations are post-graduate physician level. Our venues provide participants the opportunity to question the faculty or offer comments on the program content.

Use of Photographic Images

Registration and attendance at or participation in OFAMF/OHFAMA meetings, academy functions and other activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant to the use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image in photographs, videotapes, and electronic reproduction of such events and activities for marketing and professional use.


A $50 administration fee will be charged. Cancellations must be received in writing to OFAMF/OHFAMA prior to April 10, 2024. No refunds for cancellations will be honored after that date.