1st International Advanced Course of Diabetic Neuropathic Foot and its Consequences
27.04.2022 - 29.04.2022, Online
Diabetic Neuropathic Foot and its Consequences is the 1st International Advanced Course that aims to combine education, training and specialization of health care specialists on diagnostics and treatment of diabetic foot neuropathy. Course Director: Prof. Dr. Ariel Odriozola. Barcelona, Spain. “Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) is a debilitating condition affecting as many as one-half of all patients with diabetes during the course of their disease (1). The progressive, irreversible course of the disease ultimately leads to an increased incidence of ulceration and limb amputations (2).” Diabetes Care 2004 May; 27(5): 1153-1159 The European Association For The Study Of Diabetes - NEURODIAB, the Asociación Latinoamericana De La Diabetes – ALAD, the Instituto Nacional De Diabetes Y Endocriniología – INDEN and NEURODIAB - Society for Diabetic Neuropathy invites you to the 1st edition of the international course on Diabetic Neuropathic Foot and its Consequences, which will take place online on the 27th - 28th – 29th of April, 2022, between the hours 17:00-20:00 (Central European Time) We are convinced that everyone's participation in this event will make a significant contribution to their professional development and will help them build a good personal and professional brand. The scientific committee and the organizers of this event, express their heartfelt and recognized gratitude for the effort made by each of the participating Professionals and the institutions for their support so that this 1st course can be carried out for the benefit of all those patients who suffer from Diabetes Mellitus and the professionals who assist them.
Ariel Odriozola Orlandi
Prof. Dr. Ariel Odriozola Orlandi is an Endocrinologist and Nutritionist. Lead organizer and director of the 1st International Advanced Course of Diabetic Neuropathic Foot and its Consequences. Full Member at SED, EASD, Neurodiab and NEURALAD. The head of the Catalan Institute of Endocrinology and Nutrition in Barcelona, Spain.
Introduction and gral explanation about the 1st International Advanced Course of Diabetic Neuropathic Foot and its Consequences: 27.04.2022 17:00
Clinical practice: Neurological evaluation, Quantitative sensory Testing and its diagnosis of Neuropathy: 27.04.2022 17:35
Global review: 29.04.2022 19:35
Abd Tahrani is a Senior Lecturer in Metabolic Endocrinology and Obesity Medicine at the University of Birmingham (UOB), and a Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist and Bariatric Physician and the lead for weight management research and diabetic neuropathy services at the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. Dr Tahrani is also the translational research lead at the Centre of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Birmingham Health Partners and the communication co-lead at the Institute of Metabolism and Systems Research. In addition, Dr. Tahrani has several national roles including: A trustee of the Association for the Study of Obesity (ASO) UK, the co-chair of the clinical practice and obesity management committee of the ASO UK, a member of the strategic council of the Obesity All Party Parliamentary Group (Obesity APPG), a member of the research committee of the British Sleep Society, an Expert and Clinical advisor to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), and a member of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Research for Patients Benefit (RfPB) and the NIHR Dissemination Centre."
United Kingdom- Implementation of 2021 guidelines into clinical practice: 27.04.2022 18:10
Dr. Ammar Ibrahim (Dominican Republic): Past Chair (2016-17) of the IDF South and Central American Region. Dr Ibrahim is a surgeon, specialised in diabetic foot care since 1996. He became head of the diabetic foot clinic at the Instituto Nacional de Diabetes, Endocrinología y Nutrición (INDEN) in Santo Domingo in 1999 and has been the General Director of INDEN since 2007.
Management of diabetic foot ulcer.: 29.04.2022 18:10
Professor Pillai is Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon with University Hospitals Manchester, Wythenshawe with a specialist interest in Foot & Ankle Surgery. He trained in Orthopaedic and Foot surgery in the West of Scotland, and has undertaken further sub-specialist fellowships in Adelaide, South Australia and Oxford UK. He has also visited and worked with surgeons from SportsMed SA, Mater Hospital Sydney and Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital in Perth. Furthermore, Mr. Pillai has completed a fellowship in Ilizarov techniques and limb deformity correction at the world renowned Russian Ilizarov Scientific Centre in Siberia. He was initially appointed as Consultant to Ninewells University Hospital and Dundee Medical School in Scotland, before moving to the North West. He is a member of both the British and American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Societies, AO Trauma UK, Foot & Ankle Scotland and The Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Society. He holds honorary academic positions with the Universities of Adelaide, Manchester, Salford and Malaya. He is executive editor for Orthopaedics & Muscular Systems - Current Research and assistant editor for SurgWiki. He also sits on the editorial board for the ANZ Journal of Surgery and the American Medical Journal. He has published and presented widely in numerous national and international meetings. He is a surgical examiner for the University of Salford and Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. Mr. Pillai was elected to the research committee of the European Foot & Ankle Society, Physician’s resource committee of the American Foot & Ankle Society. He is both a faculty and course director for the British Foot and Ankle Society delivering surgical training programmes.
Infections in Diabetic Neuropatic foot, diagnosis: 28.04.2022 18:55
Carles Vergés Salas
Dr. Carles Vergés Salas Professor of Podiatry at the University of Barcelona and lecturer and chairman of the European Council of Podiatrists.
Functional Biomechanics and discharge fundamentals.: 28.04.2022 19:50
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Didac Mauricio, MD PhD, is Director of the Department of Endocrinology & Nutrition, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau in Barcelona (one of the five so-called ‘high-tech hospitals in Catalonia), and Associate Professor with the Faculty of Medicine, University of Vic & Central University of Catalonia (UVic/UCC). He is leading the Diabetes Research Group at his current institution, that belongs to the excellence diabetes research network CIBER of Diabetes and Associated Metabolic diseases (CIBERDEM), Instituto de Salud Carlos III, in Spain. He has published over 260 peer-reviewed articles and has contributed to multiple books. He has received the highest awards from the Spanish Society of Diabetes and the Spanish Society of Endocrinology & Nutrition. He has also served as a member in several local and international committees. He has also served on different advisory boards for different pharma companies. D. Mauricio has been principal investigator of several research projects funded by national and international agencies. He keeps a strong interest on current clinical issues in diabetes management, including randomised clinical trials and clinical research on diabetic complications, with special focus on atherosclerotic disease, and also in studies on real-world evidence.
Practical guidelines on the treatment and prevention of Diabetic foot.: 29.04.2022 18:55
Dr. Villarroel trained in Boliva and Mexico and is specialized in endocrinology. He has occupied positions at several national and international academic institutions and is currently Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University (Chicago, USA). He is also Director of the Humberto Parra Medical Centre in Palacios, which provides free medical care for the populations of 15 rural communities. At the national level, Dr. Villarroel is a past President of the Sociedad Boliviana de Endocrinología, Metabolismo y Nutrición.
Diabetic Neurophaty Foot, Clinical Practice about Diagnosis and wounds treatments: 28.04.2022 18:45
Dra. Elena de Planell is the Head of Podiatric Surgery Service at the Podologico Hospital, of The university of Barcelona, Spain.
Screening for diabetic foot at risk for ulceration and infection: 28.04.2022 17:30
Fermin Martinez De Jesus
Dr. Fermin Martinez De Jesus is a Medical Surgeon, Founding President of the Latin American Diabetic Foot Association and Director of the Diabetic Foot Prevention and Rescue Center SAN ELIAN Veracruz, Mexico.
Update on diagnosis and treatment of ulceration. Deformation and clinical aspects. Factors related to non-healing of neuropathic ulcers.: 28.04.2022 17:40
Francisco Salvador Sagüe
Dr. Francisco Salvador Sagüez is an infectologist and academic from the Department of Medical Sciences University of Antofagasta, Chile.
Clinical classification of infection, with definitions: 28.04.2022 18:30
Prof. Univ. Dr.
Prof. Univ. Dr. Radulian Gabriela is a primary care physician for Diabetes, Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases and a member of national and international scientific societies: - President of the Diabetic Neuropathy Society; - Vice President of the Romanian Diabetes Federation; Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases; - Vice President of the Romanian Nutrition Society; - Member of the Romanian Society of Diabetes, Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases; - Member of the European Diabetes Study Association - EASD; - Member of the European Association for the Study of Obesity - EASO; - Member of the International Diabetes Federation - IDF.
Treatment of DSPN and Neuropathic Pain. Causal Therapy. Pathogenetically. Symptomatic pain relief. Consensus recomendations and combination. Pharmacotherapy and non pharmacological treatment in PDSPN. Algorithm of treatments options for DSPN and PDSPN: 27.04.2022 19:25
Georgios Ponirakis, PhD, is a Clinical researcher, member of the Early Neuropathy Assessment (ENA) group in Weill Cornell Medicine in Qatar. Georgios utilizes corneal confocal microscopy (CCM) to assess neurodegeneration and nerve repair in interventional studies in diabetic peripheral neuropathy. He is currently evaluating the diagnostic performance of CCM as an ophthalmic biomarker for dementia, delirium and schizophrenia.
Clinical practice: Quantitative sensory Testing and its diagnosis of Neuropathy: 27.04.2022 19:45
Dr. Giacomo Clerici is a graduate in Medicine and Surgery of the University of Pavia and specialized in Internal Medicine/ Diabetic Foot Care. He is a former member of the Italian Diabetes Associations, SID and AMD and The European Diabetic Foot Study Group (DFSG) of EASD. He is also the author of many papers and chapters in books dedicated to Diabetic Foot Problems. Dr. Clerici has been a speaker at many international conferences and courses, worldwide (US, Mexico, India, China, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Israel). He organizes several international wound care/DF meetings including WOUNDS at VEITH symposium in the US, the Multidisciplinary International Limb and Amputation prevention conference (MILAN) in Europe and the WINTER/SUMMER school of diabetic foot surgery in Milan. He was a co-program director of iLegx. Currently, he is the chief of a Diabetic Foot Centre in Milan, Italy.
Team approach to surgical treatment Charcot’s foot.: 28.04.2022 19:40
Dr. Graciela Fuente is a medical specialist in Nutrition and Diabetes. She has been Chief and is currently a Consultant to the Nutrition Unit of the Durand Hospital in Buenos Aires. She is President of the Argentine Diabetes Society.
Clinical practice: Neurological evaluation, Quantitative sensory Testing and its diagnosis of Neuropathy: 27.04.2022 17:35
Prof. Univ. Dr.
Endocrinologist, University Professor. She has a degree in Medicine from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (1974). She did Medical Residency in Internal Medicine / Endocrinology at Hospital de Clínicas de Porto Alegre (UFRGS) and completed a Master's Degree in Medicine Clinica Medica SP - Ribeirao Preto from the University of São Paulo (1979) and a Doctorate in Medical Sciences also from the University of São Paulo (1981 ). From this, she has been dedicated to teaching and research, published in mainly international journals, but also in nationals, having actively participated in the creation and implementation of strict sense Graduate Programs, both at UFRGS and UFCSPA, in addition to having trained masters and doctors currently very active in teaching and research. She is currently a retired Full Professor of the Discipline of Endocrinology at UFCSPA and the Department of Internal Medicine at UFRGS and a Postgraduate Invited Professor at UFRGS, acting as Master and Doctorate Advisor to PPGGO UFRGS. In 2003 she received the Year Award for Relevant Services Provided to the State of Rio Grande do Sul in the area of HEALTH SCIENCES Between 1981 and 2018 he had permanent involvement with undergraduate education and Medical Residency in Endocrinology and Internal Medicine both at Hospital Santa Casa de Porto Alegre / UFCSPA, and at Hospital de Clínicas de Porto Alegre / UFRGS. She was also Head of the Santa Casa Endocrinology Service for 10 years (2000 to 2011). Her main research topics: Diabetes Mellitus, Obesity, Diabetic Neuropathy. Due to her dedication to research in Diabetic Neuropathy, she was elected on merit, Member of the Department of Diabetic Foot and Neuropathies of the Brazilian Society of Diabetes and the Study Group on Neuropathy of Diabetes, of the European Association for the Study in Diabetes, "NEURODIAB"
Prevention and risk factors for Neuropathic and Foot ulcers: 28.04.2022 18:00
Dr Pedrosa is the Coordinator of the research at the Diabetes Unit of the Federal District Health Department of Brazil. Linda has been a very active leader and participant in D-Foot International projects over many years. Currently, she is one of the two Chairs of South America Central America Region of D-Foot. She is a powerful advocate for people with diabetic foot disease and preventing lower limb amputations due to diabetes in Brazil. Dr Pedrosa has been at the forefront of diabetes research, she is an excellent team leader and role model for the establishment of specialist treatment centres for people with diabetes and diabetic-related foot disease not only across Brazil but around the world. In the past year, her role has been made even more difficult by the devastating effects of the Covid pandemic on the Brasilian population. Her published research on the impact of Covid-19 on people with Diabetes in Brazil leads the pioneering research in this area. The Board of D-Foot congratulates Linda for this award which is extremely well-deserved.
Pathophysiology of the different diabetic Neuropathies and Sensorimotor Polyneuropathy (DSPN): 27.04.2022 17:15
Prof. Isabel C. N. Sacco is an Associate Professor at the School of Medicine of the University of Sao Paulo (since 1999); 1B Research fellow of CNPq-Brazil (National Council for Scientific and Technological Development); and the head of the Laboratory of Biomechanics of Movement and Human Posture (LaBiMPH), whose main areas of research today include intelligent systems for decision making in health, biomechanics and rehabilitation of diabetic patients. Within the last decade of professional experience, Prof. Sacco has an extensive academic production, including over 130 papers published in journals with IF (H index=24), more than 350 complete or extended abstracts in international and national conferences, and several book and books chapters for undergrad and grad studies. Her teaching throughout her career includes the guidance of 15 doctoral theses, 17 master dissertations and 7 post-doctoral supervision. Currently is acting as the Director of the Graduation Program in Rehabilitation Sciences at School of Medicine at the University of São Paulo. She has been honored by the Brazilian Government as one of the only 22 young (under forty years old) female Brazilian scientists in the national territory with a recognized merit, building up an academic carrier of national and international recognition with extensive scientific production and important role in the formation of human resources.
Neuropathic Ulcers, Shoe unloading and exercise Therapy: 28.04.2022 18:10
Podiatrist / Trainee in Podiatric Surgery. Iulia graduated in Podiatric Medicine from the University of Salford in 2017 and continued with her studies with a Master of Theory of Podiatric Surgery in 2020 from Huddersfield University. Iulia has a wealth of knowledge working in private practice and for the NHS Manchester University Trust Foundation. Iulia is highly skilled and has gained experience in all aspects of podiatry working in diabetic clinics and dealing with high-risk conditions such as peripheral arterial disease and doing lower limb vascular assessments. Covering all treatments of podiatry, nail surgery, verruca and biomechanics. Iulia attends regular CPD covering the latest methods of treatment with basic life support and anaphylaxis. Having a prescription only medicine certificate means she can prescribe for most foot health conditions. Originally from Transylvania/Romania, Iulia now lives in Manchester.
Clinical Practice: Different surgical techniques for the Charcot’s foot.: 29.04.2022 18:20
José Daniel Braver
José Daniel Braver is an endocrinologist doctor responsible for the Diabetic Foot Program of the Hospital de Clínicas de Buenos Aires.
Different techniques of diagnosis for the Charcot’s foot : 29.04.2022 17:45
José Luis Lázaro Martínez
Dr. Jose Luis Lázaro-Martínez is a full-time Professor at the University of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). He got his PhD degree at the same university doing his doctoral thesis on biomechanics of the diabetic foot. He is an expert in Podiatric Surgery certified by the Fellowship Board of the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. He holds a Master of Science Degree on Health’s Research (MSc) by UCM. He is the Head of the Diabetic Foot Unit at UCM. He is Director of both Research Groups in diabetic foot at UCM and at the Institute of Health Investigation of the Hospital Clínico San Carlos at Madrid. He was the Coordinator of the Diabetic Foot Working Group of the Spanish Diabetes Society. He is the Scientific Secretary of the Diabetic Foot Study Group (DFSG) belonging to the European Association of the Study of Diabetes. He is President-elect of Diabetic Foot International. He is a member of the Editorial Committee of the Journal Diabetic Foot & Ankle. He has numerous publications in international journals indexed in the journal citation report (JCR- more than 70). He has conducted 16 doctoral theses in the field of diabetic foot at the Complutense University of Madrid. He is the organizer and director of the annual course of diabetic foot that is celebrated at UCM with more than 19 editions. He has been vice president of the I, II and IV national congress of diabetic foot and president of the III national congress of diabetic foot. He has participated in more than 300 conferences at the national and international level, in countries such as USA, Mexico, Brazil, Costa Rica, Portugal, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Slovenia, Poland, Dubai, Iran, Abu Dhabi, Lebanon, India, Qatar, France, Colombia, Chile, Turkey and Romania.
Infections in Diabetic Neuropathic foot, treatments: 28.04.2022 19:05
María Jesús Jiménez Mazuelas
María Jesús Jiménez Mazuelas is a Podiatrist, Physical therapist and a PhD candidate at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She has recently analyzed the results obtained through a multicentric randomized controlled trial, about therapeutic exercise and lower limbs somatosensory restoration. She is interested in somatosensation and postural control in people with diabetic polyneuropathy.
Education and Diabetic foot care of patients with DM 1-2 and the role of physical therapy in assessing the limitation of diabetic polyneuropathy: 29.04.2022 18:30
Prof. Dr. Mihai Ionac is the president of the Association of Podiatry and primary physician of vascular surgery, reconstructive and general surgery. Moreover, he is the head of the Vascular Surgery Clinic of the Timișoara County Emergency Clinical Hospital, as well as a professor at the "Victor Babeș" University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Timișoara - head of the vascular surgery and microsurgery discipline. Throughout his career he has been present, as a lecturer, at numerous international scientific events and has been president of scientific associations both in Romania and abroad.
Clinical Practice Eco Arterial, Braquial Index, Toe Sist. Pressure/Braquial/toe index, doppler basic for its interpretation. doppler basic for its interpretation, biopsy skyn and bone: 28.04.2022 19:15
Dr. Nikolaos Papanas is Associate Professor in Internal Medicine-Diabetes Mellitus at Democritus University of Thrace, Greece. He is currently a member in the Executive Committee of the Study Group on Diabetes and Nervous System of the German Diabetes Association (DDG). He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Greek Society for the Study of the Diabetic Foot. He has served as Secretary General and, until very recently, as President of the Hellenic Diabetes Association. He is now the President of the ethics and administrative committee of the Hellenic Diabetes Association. He is also Vice President of the Diabetic Foot Study Group (DFSG) of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD). He has recently become Visiting Professor in the German Diabetes Centre, Düsseldorf. Finally, he is an honorary member of the Cypriot Diabetes Association and the Hungarian Diabetes Association. His research interests include: Diabetes mellitus, Diabetic complications, Diabetic foot, Diabetic neuropathy, Medical writing, Vascular disease and Metabolic syndrome in OSAS and obesity.
Niels Ejskjaer is the Full Clinical Professor of Diabetes and Consultant Physician at Aalborg Universitets hospital based in Denmark. Main research interests comprise severe symptomatic late complications of diabetes focusing on diabetic neuropathy, autonomic neuropathy and the diabetic foot. Also in focus: diabetes innovative healthcare technologies, PRO (patient reported outcomes), telemedicine and patient-centered, value-based diagnosis and treatment.
Diabetic Neuropathies, Prevalence-Incidence-Main studies of Epidemiology, Factor influencing the prevalence data: 27.04.2022 17:05
Norina Gavan is acclaimed as a highly successful businesswoman and, in fact, in 2015 was acknowledged as an esteemed member of the Association of Successful Business Women in Cluj, Romania (AFA). She is also recognized as an academic scientist in the fields of podiatric medicine and diabetic neuropathy. She has published seventeen medical articles mainly focused on diabetic neuropathy and foot problems in peer-reviewed journals and a book chapter in “The Foot in Diabetes”. Her dedication to the foot problem in diabetes and subsequent studies resulted in a long list of national and international recognition and memberships since 2002. Norina has many invited presentations and posters at national and international conferences focused on her observations as a scientist that Romania was overwhelmed with a huge proportion of diabetes, with large numbers of people suffering its complications, particularly diabetic neuropathy leading to foot ulcers and amputations.
Introduction and gral explanation about the 1st International Advanced Course of Diabetic Neuropathic Foot and its Consequences: 27.04.2022 17:00
Paul E. Valensi is Professor of Nutrition and Head of the Department of Endocrinology-Diabetology-Nutrition at Jean Verdier, Avicenne and René Muret hospitals, Paris-Nord University, as well as Co-Chair of the Centre Intégré Nord Francilien Obésité Adultes et Enfants (CINFO). His main research topics are the macro- and micro-vascular complications of diabetes and obesity, neuropathic disorders in diabetes and obesity, and prevention of diabetes and its complications. He is the author of more than 330 articles in peer-reviewed journals and approximately 40 chapters in scientific books, and the editor or co-editor of four books.
Clinical features, screening diagnosis of Diabetic Sensorimotor Neuropathies (with/without pain), and cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy (CAN): 27.04.2022 17:55
Paulina Cisneros Clavijo
Is a MD Specialist in Hemodynamics and Interventional Cardioangiology at Enrique Garcés Hospital, Ecuador. Paulina Cisneros Clavijo completed her first specialty in Cardiology in Havana University in 2007. After she completed a second specialty as Interventional Cardiology and Hemodynamics in Buenos Aires University. She did some courses in Yale Hospital and Italian Hospital from Buenos Aires. She presented and published some papers in reputed journals and in some congress like TCT, PCR, SOLACI among others.
Peripheral obstructive arterial disease in the diabetic patient.: 29.04.2022 17:20
Dr Prashanth Vas is a highly esteemed consultant diabetologist and diabetes foot physician based in London. He is expert in the management of diabetes and specialises in diabetic foot, charcot foot, diabetic neuropathy and diabetic nephropathy amongst other areas. He oversees a pioneering multidisciplinary diabetes foot unit, one of the largest in the UK and is particularly renowned for his experience in the management of diabetic foot complications. Dr Vas completed his initial medical training in India before undertaking extensive post-graduate training at various hospitals across the UK, including the internationally renowned Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge. He, and fellow collaborators, created the Ipswich Touch Test, a widely recognised method used to assess the loss of protective foot sensation, now adopted by Diabetes UK. Dr Vas also continues to train and teach professionals at King´s College Hospital. Dr Vas has previously been an expert advisor to National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) and to the International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot (IWGDF). He also co-founded The British Diabetic Neuropathy Symposium, the only academic meeting in the UK on this complication of diabetes. Dr Vas’ research interests include diabetic foot ulcers, diabetic neuropathy (especially small fibre neuropathy) and new techniques to detect neuropathy. He continues to research diabetic foot syndrome and associated health issues.
Neuroischemic Ulcers (Timing…, how long can we wait?) Attack Foot.: 29.04.2022 17:05
Dr. Rayaz Malik is a professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar, the organizational official for the Human Research Protection (HRP) Program, and the assistant dean for Clinical Investigations. His research focuses on the pathogenesis, assessment and treatment of diabetic and other peripheral neuropathies and central neurodegenerative disorders.
Clinical practice: Neurogical evaluation. Quantitative sensory Testing and its diagnosis of Neuropathy Diagnosing diabetic neuropathy: The good the bad and the ugly: 27.04.2022 18:40
Robert G. Frykberg
Robert G Frykberg, DPM, MPH is a graduate of the California College of Podiatric Medicine in 1976. Dr. Frykberg went on to complete his residency training at the New England Deaconess Hospital in Boston. He served as the President of the Massachusetts Podiatric Medical Society and a Member of the Board of Registration in Podiatry. From 1992 to 1994, he attended the Harvard School of Public Health and graduated with a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in quantitative methods. After 21 years of private practice, Dr. Frykberg accepted the position as Clinical Dean of the Des Moines University College of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery prior to moving to Phoenix. After 15 years of dedicated service to our Veterans, Dr. Frykberg has decided to retire from his role as Chief of Podiatry at the Phoenix VA Medical Center and as Director of the Phoenix VA Medical Center Podiatric Residency Program. He continues to hold the academic rank of Professor, University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix and Adjunct Professor, Midwestern University Program in Podiatric Medicine.
Clinical Practice about Diagnosis and wounds treatments: 28.04.2022 20:00
Rodica Pop-Busui, MD, PhD, is the Larry D. Soderquist Professor of Diabetes, a prominent diabetologist at Michigan Medicine and a recognized leader in the field of diabetes and diabetes complications. She is the Vice Chair for Clinical Research in the Department of Internal Medicine and the Director of Clinical Research, Mentoring and Development of the M-Diabetes at the University of Michigan. Her research interests involve the chronic complications of diabetes, diabetic peripheral and cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy, nephropathy and cardiovascular disease, and novel technologies for treating type 1 diabetes. Dr. Pop-Busui has published over 170 peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters, and received awards from the Fulbright Foundation, the American Diabetes Association (ADA), and the University of Michigan. She has been an elected member of the Clinical Practice Committee of the ADA. More recently was elected to Chair the ADA Scientific Research Review Clinical, the Research Committee of the landmark DCCT/EDIC study, and to chair the Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease Interest Group. She is also one of the principal investigators in the recently established NIDDK Diabetes Foot Consortium.
Differential diagnosis of DSPN and PDSPN for sensory examination, Algorithm for screening and diagnosis of DSPN and PDSPN in clinical practice: 27.04.2022 18:20
Sergio Mazuelas Álvarez
Professor at the University of Barcelona. Podiatrist at University Hospital of Bellvitge, Barcelona. Podiatrist at Josep Finestres Foundation. Master's degree in Diabetes Education by the Univ.of Barcelona. Specialist in Diabetic Foot. PhD student in Medicine by the Unv. of Barcelona.
The pathways to ulceration, epidemiologic aspects. Insensitivity, deformity and trauma.: 28.04.2022 17:20
Dr. Shailesh Chhotala is consultant pediatric – foot and ankle joints specialist. He is a president of Gujarat Chapter – Indian Podiatry Association. He also won the international icon award.
Clinical practice with different Diabetic foot ulcers classifications.: 29.04.2022 17:35
Vincenza Spallone (MD, PhD) is an endocrinologist profesor at the University Tor Vergata, Rome and the president of EASD (European Association for the Study of Diabetes) study group NEURODIAB. Professor Spallone graduated in medicine and obtained her board certification in endocrinology and PhD in Endocrinological and Metabolic Sciences from the University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy. Her own research is focused on diabetic neuropathy, in particular on the multifaceted expression of cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy (CAN), with pioneering studies on CAN impact on kidney function and blood pressure circadian rhythm and on standardization of CAN testing, and on the epidemiology, clinical consequences and diagnosis of painful diabetic neuropathy with validation of DN4. Her research activities have resulted in more than 374 published works (articles, chapters, books, and abstracts) in journals such as Diabetes Care, Diabetologia, Diabetes, Clinical Science, Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery Psychiatry, Nephrology Dialysis and Transplantation, Pain, and Diabetes and Metabolism.
Screening diagnosis and differential diagnosis of DSPN and PDSPN for sensory examination: 27.04.2022 19:10
Niels Ejskjaer, Denmark
Diabetic Neuropathies. Prevalence-Incidence-Main studies of Epidemiology. Factor influencing the prevalence data.
Ariel Odriozola, Spain
Pathophysiology of the different diabetic Neuropathies and Sensorimotor Polyneuropathy (DSPN).
Graciela Fuente, Argentina
Clinical practice: Neurological evaluation, Quantitative sensory Testing and its diagnosis of Neuropathy.
Paul Valensi, France
Clinical features, screening diagnosis of Diabetic Sensorimotor Neuropathies (with/without pain), and cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy (CAN).
Abd Tahrani Birminghan, United Kingdom
Implementation of 2021 guidelines into clinical practice.
Rodica Pop Busui, U.S.A.
Differential diagnosis of DSPN and PDSPN for sensory examination. Algorithm for screening and diagnosis of DSPN and PDSPN in clinical practice.
Rayaz Malik, United Kingdom / Qatar
Clinical practice: Neurological evaluation. Quantitative sensory Testing and its diagnosis of Neuropathy Diagnosing diabetic neuropathy: The good the bad and the ugly.
Vincenza Spallone, Italy
Screening Clinical diagnosis and differential diagnosis of DSPN and PDSPN for sensory examination.
Gabriela Radulian, Romania
Treatment of DSPN and Neuropathic Pain. Causal Therapy. Pathogenetically. Symptomatic pain relief. Consensus recomendations and combination. Pharmacotherapy and non pharmacological treatment in PDSPN. Algorithm of treatments options for DSPN and PDSPN.
Georgios Ponirakis, United Kingdom / Qatar
Clinical practice: Quantitative sensory Testing and its diagnosis of Neuropathy
Sergio Mazuelas Álvarez, Spain
The pathways to ulceration, epidemiologic aspects. Insensitivity, deformity and trauma.
Elena Planell, Spain
Screening for diabetic foot at risk for ulceration and infection.
Fermin Martinez De Jesus, Mexico
Update on diagnosis and treatment of ulceration. Deformation and clinical aspects. Factors related to non-healing of neuropathic ulcers.
Nikolas Papanas, Greek
Skin disorders caused by diabetic neuropathy.
Helena Schmid, Brasil
Prevention and risk factors for Neuropathic and Foot ulcers
Isabel Sacco, Brasil
Advances in the treatment and prevention of diabetic foot musculoskeletal deficits:a paradigm shift to foot-ankle exercise
Francisco Salvador Sagüez, Chile
Clinical classification of infection, with definitions.
Douglas Villarroel, Bolivia
Diabetic Neuropathy Foot, Clinical Practice about Diagnosis and wounds treatments.
Anand Pillai, United Kingdom
Infections in Diabetic Neuropatic foot, diagnosis
José Luis Lázaro Martínez, Spain
Infections in Diabetic Neuropatic foot, treatments.
Mihai Ionac, Romania
Clinical Practice Eco Arterial, Braquial Index, Toe Sist. Pressure/Braquial/toe index, doppler basic for its interpretation. doppler basic for its interpretation, biopsy skyn and bone
Giacommo Clericci, Italy
Team approach to surgical treatment Charcot’s foot.
Carles Verges, Spain
Functional Biomechanics and discharge fundamentals.
Robert G Frykberg, U.S.A.
Clinical Practice about Diagnosis and wounds treatments
Ana Begoña Arribas Díaz, Spain
Peripheral obstructive arterial disease in the diabetic patient.
Prashanth Vas, United Kingdom
Neuroischemic Ulcers (Timing…, how long can we wait?) Attack Foot.
Paulina Cisneros, Ecuador
Endovascular clinical practice: surgical descisions and classification of diabetic foot
Shailesh Chhotala, India
Clinical practice with different Diabetic foot ulcers classifications.
José Daniel Braver, Argentine
Different techniques of diagnosis for the Charcot’s foot
Ammar Ibrahim, Dominican Republic
Management of diabetic foot ulcer.
Iulia Rusu, United Kingdom/Romania
Clinical Practice: Different surgical techniques for the diabetic foot.
María Jesús Jiménez Mazuelas, Spain
Education and Diabetic foot care of patients with DM 1-2 and the role of physical therapy in assessing the limitation of diabetic polyneuropathy.
Didac Mauricio, Spain
Practical guidelines on the treatment and prevention of Diabetic foot.
Ariel Odriozola, Spain