Dr. Cameron Eilts Speaks at Specialist Meeting in Newport, Rhode Island.
Dr. Cameron Eilts, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, was a speaker at The Podiatry Institute and The Rhode Island Podiatric Medical Association meeting in Newport, Rhode Island on April 25th through the 28th.
The meeting, called Surgical Pearls by the Sea, discussed current trends in the management of foot, ankle and leg disorders.
Dr. Eilts was a speaker for multiple segments throughout the weekend, and audiences included other Doctors of Podiatric Medicine.
Dr. Eilts is a faculty member at The Podiatry Institute. His specialties include Foot surgery; ankle surgery; wound care; diabetic limb salvage; non-surgical and surgical treatment of foot pain, foot deformity, pediatric flatfoot, ankle and foot fractures, plantar fascia, tendonitis, neuropathy, neuromas, heel spurs, ingrown toenails, hammertoes, warts, corns, calluses, bunions and other podiatry services. Learn more about Dr. Eilts here: https://www.atlanticorthopaedics.org/providers-surgeons-nh-me/eilts/
Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is a leading practice on the Seacoast. They have offices in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and York, Maine and physicians have full medical staff privileges at both Portsmouth Regional Hospital and York Hospital.
Cameron Eilts, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, will be teaching a Cadaver Course at The Podiatry Institute in Decatur, Georgia from December 3 through December 6.
Surgeons in various specialties from around the world will attend this course for rearfoot and ankle procedures. The surgeons attending will learn through live surgical observation and hands on participation with cadaver limbs. They will also learn multiple alternative options for fixation of osteotomies and/or fractures and be exposed to new techniques and the latest procedural trends.
Dr. Eilts is a faculty member of The Podiatry Institute, an honor in his specialty. The faculty members are all volunteers who serve without compensation and are committed to ongoing education in the area of foot and ankle surgery.
The Podiatry Institute is a non-profit educational foundation that offers a variety of programs including conferences, workshops and postgraduate courses. The Institute has achieved national and international recognition for its leading role in developing and advancing podiatric medicine and surgery.
Dr. Eilts, who specializes in podiatry as well as foot and ankle surgery and reconstruction, will be holding a talk this evening with physical therapists from Saco Bay PT. He will be lecturing on the latest technology in ankle and foot surgery, and how this affects post-op protocols for surgeons and patients.
Saco Bay Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy has multiple locations in Southern Maine. Utilizing evidence-based care and proven treatment techniques in a supportive and educational environment, Saco Bay PT strives to ensure high quality healthcare and cost-effective outcomes for its patients to promote movement, reduce pain, restore function and prevent disability.
Cameron Eilts, DPM, received his BS from the University of South Dakota and his DPM from Des Moines University. His specialities include: foot surgery; ankle surgery; wound care; diabetic limb salvage; non-surgical and surgical treatment of foot pain, foot deformity, pediatric flatfoot, ankle and foot fractures, plantar fascia, tendonitis, neuropathy, neuromas, heel spurs, ingrown toenails, hammertoes, warts, corns, calluses, and bunions. Dr. Eilts is also affiliated with the American Podiatric Medical Association and American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery, and is a member of the Podiatry Institute.
Cameron Eilts, DPM of Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine will teach a Cadaver Surgical Skills Course in Atlanta, Georgia from October 27th-30th. National and international surgeons will attend the Podiatry Institute workshop to learn advanced surgical techniques on the foot and ankle.
During the training course, physicians will perform surgical cases during an in-depth, hands-on lab using cadavers and bone models. Procedures range from 5th digit arthroplasties to complex rearfoot fusions. Surgical topics will also be discussed throughout the course, whose purpose is to increase comfort of physicians performing podiatric surgical procedures, improve skills through live surgical observation as well as hands-on participation with cadaver limbs and learn new surgical techniques.
Dr. Eilts practices foot and ankle surgery and reconstruction, wound care, and diabetic limb salvage at the Portsmouth, NH and York, ME offices of Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. He also specializes in fractures of the foot and ankle, tendon injuries and other surgical and non-surgical treatment of foot and ankle pain. Board-Certified in rearfoot and ankle surgery, Dr. Eilts received his BS from the University of South Dakota and his DPM from Des Moines University in Iowa. He is affiliated with the American Podiatric Medical Association and the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He is also a member of the Podiatry Institute, where he will teach his peers in Georgia. Dr. Eilts has helped teach over 30 of these courses.
Portsmouth Regional Hospital’s Wound Care Center was recently given the Center of Distinction award for its exemplary performance and patient satisfaction. Dr. Cameron Eilts of Atlantic Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine had been an important provider on the Wound Care Center’s team. With an advanced training background in wound management, Dr. Eilts dedicates himself to caring for chronic, non-healing wounds using a multispecialty approach focused on rapid healing. His specialties are in podiatry, foot and ankle surgery and reconstruction, wound care, diabetic limb salvage, and others.
To receive this distinction, the Portsmouth Wound Care Center achieved “outstanding clinical outcomes” for twelve consecutive months. These criteria included a patient satisfaction rate greater than 92 percent, a minimum wound healing rate of 91 percent with 30 median days to heal, and other outcomes indicative of quality care. A total of 172 centers achieved the honor of distinction, out of a total of 506 eligible clinics.
“Working at the Wound Care Center is an important part of my practice. I am part of a great team and it is extremely rewarding work for me,” he said.