About the Conference
The 2022 Superbones Superwounds West Conference will be live streamed to you on October 22-23, utilizing a state-of-the-art live streaming platform that innovatively simulates the best of a live in-person CME conference experience and delivers it conveniently to your home or office. Although PRESENT is back to running in-person conferences, we recognize that a large part of our audience has learned to appreciate virtual conferences and many now prefer them. So, we are committed to running the Superbones Superwounds West Conference virtually for the next few years. Get 16 CME credits and learn the latest trends and innovations in podiatry conveniently. Attend the CME lecture program designed for today’s surgical and wound care practice by the finest teachers in podiatric medicine, surgery, wound care and limb salvage. The conference will include an innovative virtual exhibit hall in which you will learn about the latest products and services to run your practice and better care for your patients. You’ll be able to video chat with exhibitors and get demos of their products, just like you were in a live in-person exhibit hall. Be invigorated when you return to your practice on Monday morning.
Harold Schoenhaus, DPM
Robert Frykberg, DPM, MPH
Thomas Serena, MD
Stanley R Kalish, DPM
What Last Year's Attendees Had to Say
I actually enjoyed the conference more than I did in person at Superbones East. Being home was much more comfortable than the hotel. The comfort factor allowed me to get more out of the presentations.
Charles Wallack, DPM
So glad PRESENT is ahead of the curve in offering online CMEs. I've been onboard since 2016. This format allows for critical thinking and engagement... Nice!
Sheila Benford, DPM
Considering all the challenges of this year, I really appreciate the effort and ingenuity that went into putting this type of conference on. Kudos to PRESENT Podiatry for putting on a great conference in this format!! Good job!! I like the energy and human interaction of the Las Vegas conference, but would also attend this type of conference again. How you guys pulled this off this year was really amazing!!
Timothy Tomlinson, DPM
Overall, a GREAT experience. Certainly, was MUCH IMPROVED OVER a more traditional in person weekend seminar. One huge improvement was this was not at OVERPRICED big resort / hotel costing $250 a day!!!!!
Harry Yankuner, DPM
I can honestly say that I enjoyed this format much better than attending a live lecture. I found myself less distracted with talking with peers about shop and was more focused on the educational presentation. It eliminates the problems and expense of travel and enables the ability to rewind and go over a lecture more than once if something was missed. I myself found that I tended to sit for more lectures than if it was live and if education is the objective, then this remote presentation works much better for me. As for social aspect of seminars, I tend to stay in touch with many of my peers anyhow.
Thomas Stickley, DPM
I was able to view the lectures at my own pace. If I missed anything I could rewind. I found the online conference to be better in many aspects. Learning for me was better. I do like to walk around an exhibition hall and see people.
Gregory Kaufman, DPM