SALSA’s Armstrong, first Podiatric Surgeon to Serve as Visiting Professor at Emory Vascular Surgery, Shares “Toe and Flow” Model of Care, Research

David G. Armstrong, Professor of Surgery and Director of the Southern Arizona Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) became the first podiatric surgeon to serve as visiting professor at Emory University School of Medicine’s Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. “I’m so very honored and grateful to Prof. Tom Dodson and Dr. Luke Brewster.”, noted Armstrong. “More importantly, I’m thrilled to offer up all of the successes and mistakes that my partner Joe Mills and I have made along the way in developing a “Toe and Flow” model of amputation prevention.” Armstrong, who visited with podiatric and vascular surgical residents, also toured the cell therapy research and T3 Lab facilities of Emory University in addition to delivering his morning rounds lecture.

David G. Armstrong and Luke P. Brewster outside of Emory School of Medicine


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