DENVER – July 26, 2018 –Advanced Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists is pleased to announce that Keith Jacobson, DPM will serve as an executive officer of the 2018-2019 American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery (ABFAS) President-Elect. His term begins September 1.
Dr. Jacobson is board certified in reconstructive rear foot/ankle surgery and foot surgery
By the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. He’s a national expert in foot surgery and reconstructive rear foot and ankle surgery and specializes in foot and ankle trauma and reconstruction in both adults and pediatrics. His areas of focus include:
- Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery
- Foot and Ankle Trauma
- Cartilage Replacement in the Ankle
- Total Ankle Replacement
- Arthroscopy of the Foot and Ankle
As a longtime ABFAS board member, Dr. Jacobson has also served asa chair for the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery Computer-based Patient Simulation Committee.
About Advanced Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Specialists
Advanced Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists is widely recognized as the regional leader in comprehensive orthopedic services. The 19 physicians of Advanced Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Specialists have received specialized training in orthopedic surgery and in subspecialty areas within the field of orthopedic medicine. They diagnose and treat even the most complicated orthopedic conditions and are supported by a professional staff of physician assistants, medical assistants, x-ray technicians and administrative personnel at our two offices in Denver and Parker. Learn more at advancedortho.org. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram
As a patient of Dr. Jacobson’s, I am grateful for his knowledgeable, experience and highly skilled contribution to mankind.
Dr. Jacobson, I wanted you to know that my “Barney Rubble Feet” and I had a great Boulder Ironman 70.30. I appreciate your help.
The ankle brace Dr. Jacobson prescribed for my husband was ready by 6-28-17. An interesting procedure to watch the cast being made to achieve the perfect fit. It does make a difference in his gait. Both of us thank you for your help.
We are so grateful for Dr. Jacobson’s competence and care as he took care of our little girl’s sweet toe.
Dr. Jacobson, I don’t know if you remember us, but Brennan was a patient of your who ruptured both ligaments in his ankle…twice…one on each side. You did the double ligament repair surgery his freshman and sophomore years. THANK YOU! We want you to know that Brennan worked extremely hard to rehabilitate those injuries, sometimes up to 5 hours a day. It was hard to get back to his previous level of athleticism, but thanks to you, he did it! This year, his senior year, he played extremely well. His team of 9 guys, with only 6 starters, won Districts, and Regionals, and went to State for the first time in 22 years of school history! Our school is very small. So this was a BIG deal for the community. He will never forget this season with his best friends. It was awesome and such a blessing, so thank you.
Dr. Jacobson, despite the circumstances, we have enjoyed getting to know you through my course of treatment. Thank you again for making the healing process less difficult. Your positive and friendly demeanor helped. All the best.
Dr. Jacobson, Thank you for the new ankle, it really changed my life.
Thank you so much for doing my surgery Dr. Jacobson. You did a great job! I promise I will be a compliant patient.
Dr. Jacobson, following my first attempt to correct my foot problem and the mishap with the insurance company, I was resigned to put it off. You did change my mind and I am grateful for it.
Thank you Dr. Jacobson. I walked the beaches all week and my foot and ankle was great. Off to Europe! Thanks again.
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