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Dr. Budny Attends ACFAS Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy Surgical Skills Course as Invited Faculty

Altoona, PA February 19, 2017 – Adam M. Budny, DPM, FACFAS with University Orthopedics Center (UOC) was invited faculty at the ACFAS Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy Surgical Skills Course from January 27-28, 2018 in Chicago, IL.

These interactive two-day, hands-on courses were each led by a faculty of skilled arthroscopy surgeons and gave the opportunity to learn and practice established and cutting edge techniques in surgery for the foot and ankle.

The course featured 9+ hours of hands-on laboratory time with the latest equipment and techniques on fresh cadaver specimens. Lecture presentations were enhanced with videos of actual arthroscopic cases.

Dr. Budny is currently accepting new patients at our Altoona (Fairway Drive), Roaring Spring, and Ebensburg office locations. To schedule an appointment please call 814-942-1166, or log onto www.uoc.com to schedule an appointment online.

University Orthopedics Center and affiliated companies provide diagnostic, surgical and rehabilitation services for patients with musculo-skeletal injuries or chronic/degenerative orthopedic disorders. UOC, established in 1991, is headquartered in State College and Altoona with regional offices in Bedford, DuBois, Huntingdon, Johnstown, Reedsville, Roaring Spring, and Tyrone, and employs approximately 270 people. University Orthopedics Center is not affiliated with Penn State University.

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in February 2018 and has been updated in December 2021 for accuracy.

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