Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association
The Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association (CPMA) is an organization dedicated to serving its membership through education, public awareness, and government representation. It also provides representation to healthcare provider communities-at-large, healthcare reimbursement agencies, and national podiatric organizations.
March 7, 2015
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CPMA Members Reach Out to Connecticut's Special Athletes
CPMA Members Dr. Neal Zomback and Dr. Kurt Rode Volunteered at the Special Olympic Games - 2014
To all who attended, thank you for joining us at the 2014 Annual Symposium! The Symposium was a great success at it’s new location at the Marriott Downtown Hartford. There were over 200 Physicians and Assistants in attendance,47 exhibitors, and generous support of over 15 sponsors. Faculty provided some great lectures which were well attended, on very relevant topics.
We hope to see you back in 2015!
Value of Care by Podiatrists: Saving Limbs, Saving Lives
Podiatrists Help Prevent Diabetes Complications
Two recent studies evaluated care by podiatrists for patients with diabetes. These studies demonstrated that compared to other health-care professionals, podiatrists are best equipped to treat lower extremity complications from diabetes, prevent amputations, reduce hospitalizations, and provide savings to our health-care delivery systems.
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