If you begin experiencing pain in the foot, especially diabetics, it is important to see a podiatrist. Foot health is important to your overall health. Podiatrists not only treat foot, ankle and related structures medical problems, but also educate on proper care of the foot to maintain good health. Find a podiatrist near you to insure your good health.
Doctors of Podiatric Medicine (DPMs) are the Foot and Ankle Specialists in Indiana. These Doctors specialize in the diagnosis or medical, surgical and mechanical treatment of the human foot and related structures. What is a podiatrist will give you an in-depth look at the educational medical training and the role of podiatrists in the health care profession. Click here to find out further information on careers in podiatric medicine.
The Indiana Podiatric Medical Association (IPMA) was organized in 1926 for the purpose of improving the standards of the Podiatric Medical profession; cultivating the various arts and sciences of Podiatric Medicine; and encouraging continued education of practicing podiatrists.
There are many membership benefits when becoming a part of the IPMA and American Podiatric Medical Association. Join today to begin seeing a difference.
Our password-protected Members only section is a helpful and informational resource including access to membership newsletters, legislative information, calendar, IPMA Fall Convention, public relations, up-to-date Board and Committee actions and more. Contact the IPMA office to obtain your password.
Certificates are now available online. Access the certification page.
IPMA now has a toll free phone number that is a membership benefit for contacting the Association office. To contact the IPMA office, please call 888.330.5589 which will be answered by the IPMA receptionist.