75 Years ACFAS Leaders, Learners, Life Changers
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons ’ Story Continues 75 Years Later
75 Years ACFAS Leaders, Learners, Life Changers – In 1942, five men, average age 31, founded ACFS (now ACFAS).
- To build a profession worthy of respect and recognition.
- To create an organization that would accomplish more than they could individually.
They succeeded. There’s no question that surgical procedures is what transformed chiropody to podiatry to foot and ankle surgery.
This amazing story will be told throughout our 75th anniversary year in all ACFAS publications, including The Evolution of a Profession, a special history book that will debut next month. We hope you’ll read this story and appreciate how your predecessors changed American medical history!
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons Background
The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS) is a professional medical organization of over 7,700 podiatric foot and ankle surgeons. ACFAS is dedicated to providing the best care possible and keeping its members informed of the latest surgical techniques and advances. The college represents foot and ankle surgeons with the goal of advancing and improving the standards of education and surgical skill in foot and ankle care in the US.