The American College of Podiatric Medicine is excited to announce its upcoming contribution to continuing education.

Join us on December 10, 2022 and earn 6 CECH in our upcoming online event: Updates in Perioperative Medicine: Practical Pearls.

ACPM Members receive incredible pricing at just $65 and ACPM Student/Resident Members receive FREE registration!
Next Week's Expert Lecture Series
Using LinkedIn and Facebook to
Advance Your Career in Podiatry

Join us on September 29th at 8pm EST

Sarah has been planning, implementing and managing integrated marketing campaigns for the healthcare industry since 2007. 

Taking experience from the marketing/advertising agency world, Sarah focused her efforts toward the podiatry industry as the marketing director for one of the largest custom orthotic laboratories in the country.

After this initial plunge into the foot and ankle space, she was able to combine her discovered passion for podiatry with her expertise in communications to enhance the industry’s leader in podiatric patient education; pushing the “network” in a direction that provided meaningful content for patients, while simultaneously using content marketing strategies to drive revenue for physician practices.

In the fall of 2016, Sarah launched Ten Toes Marketing Communications where she strategizes and implements integrated marketing and sales programs for both podiatric industry suppliers and physician practices.

Sarah is also a co-founder of, LLC. With an extensive meeting calendar, meeting ratings/feedback (from both DPMs and exhibitors), and travel tips, is a leading source of all-things podiatry meetings.

The ACPM Expert Lecture Series is particularly targeted to students and residents, however, all ACPM Fellows are invited to join and benefit.

CME and/or MOC credits are not provided in the Expert Lecture Series.
Monthly Q&A Case:
What's the Diagnosis
Brief HPI
50 y/o non-diabetic male presented to the clinic with a complaint of a “thickened fingernail, right pointer finger”, present for approximately 2 years. Patient relates no history of trauma to the nail and no previous skin cancer. Occupation: he works as an accountant at a local business.

Past Medical History

Past Family / Surgical History

Physical Exam
The right 2nd fingernail is positive for
  • Xanthonychia
  • Longitudinal over-curvature of the nail plate
  • “Honey-comb” appearance of the distal aspect of the nail plate
  • Splinter hemorrhaging
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