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What is ACFAS?

The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) was founded in 1942 and has grown into a specialty medical society of more than 7,400 members. ACFAS members are doctors of podiatric medicine (DPM) with specialty training in surgical and nonsurgical treatment of conditions of the foot and ankle.

ACFAS provides continuing medical education programming to its members and serves to educate patients and consumers about foot health and the conditions that foot and ankle surgeons treat.

About FootHealthFacts.org

FootHealthFacts.org is a source of reliable information on foot and ankle conditions. All content has been developed as a public service by the ACFAS Consumer Education Committee, representing a wide array of expertise in foot and ankle care.

FootHealthFacts.org has received HONcode certification, attesting to the reliability and trustworthiness of the information presented on this site.

FootHealthFacts.org Contributors

The information on FootHealthFacts.org was developed and periodically reviewed by ACFAS member foot and ankle surgeons. The site is maintained by ACFAS staff.

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