Pediatric and Adult Foot & Ankle Surgical Fellowship

Program Director:                            
Craig A. Camasta, DPM, FACFAS

Other Program Faculty:      
Andrea Cass, DPM, FACFAS

Post Graduate Fellows:
2017-2018: Timothy Graeser, DPM, AACFAS
2016–2017: Craig Udall, DPM, AACFAS
2015–2016: Jack Madsen, DPM
2014–2015: Eric Storts, DPM, AACFAS

Village Podiatry Group, LLC/Extremity Healthcare, Inc.
Attn: Diane Fell
900 Circle 75 Pkwy.
Ste. 900
Atlanta, GA 30339-3084
Phone:
(770) 384-0284, x1216
Fax:
(770) 446-1957
Email:
dfell@vpcenters.com

Website:
villagepodiatrycenters.com

Number of Positions:                         
One

Duration:                                            
One year

Program Start and End Dates:          
August 1–July 31

Application Deadline:                         
September 15

Program Application:
ACFAS Standard Fellowship Application Form

Stipend:                                               
$50,000; benefits provided

Position Locations:                           
St. Joseph's

Research Requirements:    
The fellow will prepare a poster presentable at the ACFAS Annual Meeting and three publishable papers.

Program Summary/Training Goals:  

  • This is an intense surgical experience from a regional referral base of complex foot/ankle/leg patients with a reconstructive emphasis.
  • The program will provide training in surgical skills and fully develop the fellow as an educator in the field of foot and ankle surgery.
  • The surgical skills that are fine-tuned include in-depth exposure to various aspects of reconstructive surgery of the foot, ankle and leg, including complex soft tissue derangements and complex fixation techniques.
  • The fellow will also gain office exposure as related to patient management and functional management of the business aspects of private practice.
  • There will be an emphasis on complex deformity assessment as it pertains to planning reconstructive surgery procedures.

Educational Opportunities

Upcoming