@USC Podiatric Surgeon Keynotes Innovations in Wound Healing Symposium

David G. Armstrong, Professor of Surgery and Director of the Limb Preservation Program at Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California (USC) became the first podiatric surgeon to keynote the 8th Innovations in Wound Healing Symposium. Armstrong’s lecture, entitled “The Diabetic Foot: A Silent Sinister Syndrome- and what to do about it”, reviewed data from more than a generation of research supporting a team approach in limb preservation. It also highlighted steps to take to build centers and programs and lessons learned along the way. The symposium, held in Duck Key, Florida, welcomed physicians, surgeons, scientists and industry leaders from around the world.

Armstrong during keynote at Duck Key, Florida

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  1. I recognise those traffic lights, travelled worldwide. Mr Duncan Stang, Professor Graham Lees and the Scottish Diabetes Foot Action Group…………… it’s an honour to be part of that group.

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