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Charcot Foot in Diabetes – A Modern outlook

Delve into a comprehensive exploration of Charcot foot disease in this webinar guided by a distinguished expert. Gain insight into its causes, diagnostic complexities, and multifaceted management strategies, which encompass offloading techniques and surgical reconstructions. Through immersive case studies showcasing pre- and post-intervention images, participants will acquire practical knowledge crucial for delivering optimal patient care. Ideal for podiatrists, orthopedic surgeons, and healthcare professionals looking to elevate their proficiency in managing Charcot foot disease, this session offers a valuable opportunity to refine skills and directly impact patient outcomes. Join us to deepen your expertise and contribute to improved patient care standards.

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Dr Srinivas Seshabhattaru

Senior Consultant Podiatric Surgeon and Advanced Wound Care Services Lead, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad

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Delve into a comprehensive exploration of Charcot foot disease in this webinar guided by a distinguished expert. Gain insight into its causes, diagnostic complexities, and multifaceted management strategies, which encompass offloading techniques and surgical reconstructions. Through immersive case studies showcasing pre- and post-intervention images, participants will acquire practical knowledge crucial for delivering optimal patient care. Ideal for podiatrists, orthopedic surgeons, and healthcare professionals looking to elevate their proficiency in managing Charcot foot disease, this session offers a valuable opportunity to refine skills and directly impact patient outcomes. Join us to deepen your expertise and contribute to improved patient care standards.