The Idaho Foot & Ankle Fellowship was established in January 1999 to provide an in-depth experience in the diagnosis, clinical, and surgical treatment of foot and ankle problems to a qualified graduate of an Orthopedic residency program. Applicants for this fellowship must be eligible for Part 1 of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery certifying exam and must obtain a valid Idaho medical license.
The Idaho Foot & Ankle Fellow participates in the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative management of patients and will gain experience in the treatment of both common and complex foot and ankle disorders including adult reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, sports related injuries, traumatic disorders, rheumatoid foot deformities, and complex hindfoot and ankle disorders. Emphasis is placed on analysis and decision making regarding these disorders as well obtaining surgical skills. The fellow will also be encouraged to participate in clinical research during their fellowship year.
The duration of the Idaho Foot & Ankle Fellowship is from August 1 through July 31. Applications received will be considered for a position two years from now. Stipend for the fellowship is dependent upon level of training and benefits offered.
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This fellowship participates in the match. To apply to the fellowship, please go to the AOFAS.org for further instructions.