At the world’s most engaging event for O&P professionals, whether you attend in person or virtually, you’ll gain new ideas and strategies, challenge your thinking, engage, evolve, and emerge INSPIRED.
Join a community of O&P professionals working together to write the next chapter of quality O&P patient care. AAOP2022 is a reimagined hybrid experience offering fresh insight across the full spectrum of O&P specialties.
Orthotists, prosthetists, pedorthists, technicians, fitters, assistants, educators, researchers, business owners, administrators, technologists, inventors, manufacturers — all sectors of the O&P profession attend the Academy Annual Meeting, the most comprehensive trade show for O&P profession. You will find the right people with whom to share data and best practices, learn from, educate, and add to your professional circle
Brian Kaluf, CP, FAAOP
Kristen J. Carnahan, MSPO, CPO, FAAOP
Sally A. DiBello, MPO, CPO
Stefania Fatone, PhD, BPO (Hons)
Katie A. Johnson, MS, CPO
Taavy A. Miller, PhD, CPO
Eric L. Weber, CPO, LPO, FAAOP
AAOP2022 will bring the best of the O&P world front and center, allowing you to elevate your knowledge base and strengthen your network safely and affordably.
We all improve through collaboration and our roundtables allow you to drive the conversation and connect directly with others on the topics that matter most to you!
Dedicated time Thursday and Friday afternoon to ask presenters questions about the sessions that took place.
AOP2022 is your opportunity to access the quality content and engagement that only the Academy Annual Meeting & Scientific Symposium offers. Whether you participate in person or virtually—the choice is yours.
|In Person Full Day Content||Virtual Half Day Content|
|8:00 AM-7:00 PM ET||1:00-7:00 PM ET|
|More than 75 Sessions||More than 30 Sessions|
|Office Hours||Office Hours|
|Virtual networking opportunities with ALL attendees||Virtual networking opportunities with ALL attendees|
|Exclusive in-person networking opportunities|
|~35 Credits||~20 Credits|
This information is preliminary. Adjustments may be made in the coming months.