David G. Armstrong, Professor of Surgery and Director of the Southwestern Academic Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA) at Keck School of Medicine of USC, delivered a highly successful keynote lecture to the International Podiatrists Association of Hong Kong (IPAHK) via a virtual platform. The lecture, which took place yesterday, focused on the methods used by Dr. Armstrong and other teams to build limb preservation programs, and highlighted the central role that podiatry plays in care for limb preservation in diabetic patients. This is Dr. Armstrong’s second time keynoting the IPAHK, as he was appointed Honorary President of the society in 2005.
Dr. Armstrong is a recognized international leader in the field of limb preservation, with a particular focus on the diabetic foot. His lecture provided valuable insights and information for healthcare professionals working to improve care for diabetic patients. The IPAHK was honored to have Dr. Armstrong return as a keynote speaker and received his lecture with great enthusiasm.
The IPAHK would like to thank Professor Armstrong for sharing his knowledge and expertise, and for being a great representative of the field of Limb Salvage and Diabetic foot care.