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COVID-19 Resources for IPMA Members

Please visit for webinars, podcasts, videos, articles, checklists, and links with significant benefit to our members as they practice during the pandemic. The COVID-19 site covers topics including: financial assistance; telehealth; clinical topics; provider relief funds; reopening practice; and much more. Members who need further assistance may contact APMA at

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

The FPMB has compiled COVID-19 information and resources for the benefit of Member Boards, podiatrists, and other stakeholders. This includes information from the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA), Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB), Council on Podiatric Medical Education, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and other national/international sources.

COVID-19 recommendations From the American Podiatric Medical Association

APMA recognizes that the current circumstances surrounding COVID-19 present significant challenges for podiatrists, their families, and staff. Our mutual members may have very real concerns about the financial impact of curtailing services or closing their practices altogether for an undetermined period of time.

Thank you for attending the 2020 IPMA Mountain Foot & Ankle Conference!

Congratulations to our prize winners:

  1. $50 Amazon Gift Card = Jason DeVries
  2. Apple Watch = Jed Erickson
  3. Mac Air laptop = Cory Pilling

Diabetes Awareness Month

November Diabetes Awareness Month campaign materials are now available at WWW.APMA.ORG/DIABETES The campaign is slated to launch NOVEMBER 1. This year, APMA’s Communications Committee chose to focus specifically on diabetic peripheral neuropathy. We hope you will join APMA in encouraging members to take advantage of these free resources and in educating the public in your […]

A Patient-Centered Approach to Chronic Opioid Management Conference, August 9th, Hilton Vancouver Washington

Designed for primary-care providers, this one-day conference will share emerging understanding about pain care from statewide and national experts.  You will learn about: Latest evidence for assessing and managing patients on chronic opioids How primary care providers engage patients in clinical pathways that support safe and effective pain treatment Real pain care innovations used in […]

99th House of Delegates Meeting March 16–18 ❘ Washington, DC

Last month, APMA’s House of Delegates (HOD) met to take action on a variety of important issues. Read on to learn more about what took place in Washington, DC, and how the HOD’s actions will affect you as a member. Amendments to APMA Governance Documents In 2015, the House of Delegates directed APMA to conduct […]

April is Foot Health Awareness Month

This national observance is a great opportunity for APMA and its state components to help educate the public about podiatric medicine and surgery, as well as overall foot health. The goal of this year’s campaign is to share information about podiatrists’ surgical skills, as well as foot and ankle conditions that should be treated (whether […]

APMA’s Spring Campaign: Today’s Podiatrist

APMA’s spring campaign launched Monday, April 2. The theme is “Today’s Podiatrist,” and includes new data from a public survey on Americans’ attitudes toward foot health and podiatrists. There are two main focuses for this campaign: obese Americans are more likely to suffer from foot and ankle problems, and every generation has some kind of […]