Advancing Podiatric Medicine in Oklahoma

At the Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Association (OKPMA), we are dedicated to connecting Oklahoma residents with exceptional podiatric care. Our network of experienced podiatrists is committed to ensuring your optimal foot & ankle health and overall well-being.

About Us:

The Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Association (OKPMA) is a professional network dedicated to promoting the highest standards in podiatric medicine. We facilitate opportunities for learning, networking, and contributing to the progress of this specialized medical field.

Excellence in Care

We are committed to promoting the highest standards of patient care in podiatric medicine.

Educational Advocacy

We champion continuing education by facilitating learning opportunities through symposiums.

Community Involvement

OKPMA actively engages with the community, spreading awareness about foot and ankle health.

Innovation & Research

We support innovation and research in the field of podiatric medicine by staying at the forefront of advancements.

Upcoming Symposiums & Events

Okpma Symposium

Fall Symposium

September 22-23 in Tulsa at the Doubletree at Warren Place

Membership Benefits

Professional Development

Enhance your expertise with access to exclusive educational resources and professional training.

Influence in the Field

Contribute to the progress of Podiatric Medicine and have your voice heard by state & federal elected officials, and government entities.

Networking Opportunities

Connect with fellow professionals, share knowledge, and build valuable relationships with other like minded professionals.

Discounted Events

Enjoy discounted rates to our symposiums, and other professional development events hosted by OKPMA.

Find A Podiatrist

If you’re experience foot or ankle troubles, see a podiatrist (DPM). These podiatric physicians and surgeons are uniquely qualified to diagnose and treat conditions affecting the foot, ankle, and related structures of the leg due to their training and education. Podiatrists can specialize in many fields like reconstructive surgery, sports medicine, orthopedics, wound care, pediatric care, or diabetic care.

Podiatrists complete four years of medical school and three years of hospital residency. They can also go on to fellowship training after their residency. Some podiatrists will also complete additional training, clinical experience, and examinations to earn board certification from the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery or the American Board of Podiatric Medicine.

All podiatrists must earn continuing medical education (CME) hours to maintain an active license. The Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Examiners Board is responsible for licensing podiatrists in the State of Oklahoma.

Search the directory for a qualified doctor near you.

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I had a great couple of days of giving lectures at the Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Association Symposium.

Over 100 registrants attended the sessions and they were very responsive & interactive!
Dr. Dock Dockery
I'm thankful to OKPMA for providing support, education, and opportunities for podiatric physicians in Oklahoma. They have helped me and others contribute to the profession and care for our patients effectively. Together, we can make a difference in healthcare.
Dr. Brad Beasley

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