Advance Search

 

ABMSP

  ABMSP Website
  Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination
  Dates

  Eligibility

  Fees

  Testing Centers

  Application Request
  Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination
  Dates

  Eligibility

  Fees

  Testing Centers

  Application Request
  Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification and Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination
  Dates

  Eligibility

  Fees

  Testing Centers

  Application Request
  Certification Examination in Prevention and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Wounds and in Diabetic Foot Wear
  Dates

  Eligibility

  Fees

  Testing Centers

  Application Request
  Certification Examination in Limb Preservation and Salvage
  Dates

  Eligibility

  Fees

  Testing Centers

  Application Request
  Online Practice Test in Primary Care

  Online Testing Details

  Online Practice Test in Foot and Ankle Surgery

  Online Testing Details

  Online Practice Test in Diabetic Foot Wound

  Online Testing Details

 

 

MSP, APMSB, PC, PCPM, PS, DFW, LPS

American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry
(the Board)


  ABMSP PC Practice Test  ABMSP FAS Practice Test 
ABMSP DFW Practice Test
Examination(s)
Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination 
Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination 
Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification and Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination 
Certification Examination in Prevention and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Wounds and in Diabetic Foot Wear 
Certification Examination in Limb Preservation and Salvage 
MSP Website
http://www.abmsp.org/
Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination
Application Deadline
Examination Date  
3/1/2017 5/6/2017 - 5/20/2017
8/15/2017 10/14/2017 - 10/28/2017
Eligibility
Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine:
  1. The Board shall require candidates for certification to meet one of the following:
    1. Successfully completed a minimum of two years residency training in a program approved by the CPME or another recognized accrediting body accepted by the CPME (submit proof of residency with application).
    2. Successfully completed a one-year residency program approved by the CPME or another recognized accrediting body accepted by the CPME PLUS at least 10 years of practice as a podiatrist (submit proof of residency with application).
    3. No residency program and a minimum of at least 20 years of practice as a podiatrist.
  2. Hold a current DPM license. (Submit a copy of current DPM license with application.)
  3. Hold a DPM degree in the United States (or territorial possession). (Submit a copy of degree with application.)
  4. Submit a copy of the front of a current driverís license or other government photo ID.
  5. Conduct a search of the National Practitioners Database and submit a copy of your record.
  6. Two letters of professional recommendation, on letterhead, from fellow podiatrists.
  7. A letter, on hospital letterhead, confirming the completion of a residency of at least two years.
  8. Completion of consent form.
  9. Post graduate resume, showing podiatric work history from the time of graduation to the present.
  10. Completion and filing of the application for the Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination.
  11. Payment of required fee(s) (see fees on page 6).
  12. Submission and the Board acceptance of at least eight (8) documented primary care cases, which meet the Boardís established case submission requirements. Submission of cases must be made within one year of examination date and performed within a two year time frame.
NOTE: NOTE: Guidelines for Case Submissions will be mailed upon passing the Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination.
Fee(s)
Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine only $600.00
Regional Testing Center(s)
It will be offered at PSI testing centers. Click here to search for the site nearest you.

NOTE: You will not be able to select a testing center on the PSI site prior to receiving confirmation that you are registered for a certification exam.
Handbook and Application Request

Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination

Click here to Download the Handbook and Application Now!

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader,
click here for FREE download.

GET FREE ADOBE ACROBAT READER!

Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination
Application Deadline
Examination Date  
3/1/2017 5/6/2017 - 5/20/2017
8/15/2017 10/14/2017 - 10/28/2017
Eligibility
Foot and Ankle Surgery:
  1. The Board shall require candidates for certification to meet one of the following:
    1. Successfully completed a minimum of two years residency training in a program approved by the CPME or another recognized accrediting body accepted by the CPME (submit proof of residency with application).
    2. Successfully completed a one-year residency program approved by the CPME or another recognized accrediting body accepted by the CPME PLUS at least 10 years of practice as a podiatrist (submit proof of residency with application).
    3. No residency program and a minimum of at least 20 years of practice as a podiatrist.
  2. Hold a current DPM license. (Submit a copy of current DPM license with application.)
  3. Hold a DPM degree in the United States (or territorial possession). (Submit a copy of degree with application.)
  4. Submit a copy of the front of a current driverís license or other government photo ID.
  5. Conduct a search of the National Practitioners Database and submit a copy of your record.
  6. Two letters of professional recommendations, on letterhead, from fellow podiatrists.
  7. A letter, on hospital letterhead, confirming the completion of a residency of at least two years.
  8. Completion of consent form.
  9. Post graduate resume, showing podiatric work history from the time of graduation to the present.
  10. Completion and filing of the application for the Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination.
  11. Payment of required fee(s) (see fees on page 6).
  12. Submission and the Board acceptance of at least fifty (50) documented surgical cases which meet the Board's established case submission requirements. Submission of case documentation must be made within two years of examination date and performed within a four year time frame.
NOTE WELL: Certification in Podiatry Surgery will be conferred only upon successful completion of certification in Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine.

NOTE: Guidelines for Case Submissions will be mailed upon passing the Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination.
Fee(s)
Foot and Ankle Surgery only $500.00
Regional Testing Center(s)
It will be offered at PSI testing centers. Click here to search for the site nearest you.

NOTE: You will not be able to select a testing center on the PSI site prior to receiving confirmation that you are registered for a certification exam.
Handbook and Application Request

Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination

Click here to Download the Handbook and Application Now!

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader,
click here for FREE download.

GET FREE ADOBE ACROBAT READER!

Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification and Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination
Application Deadline
Examination Date  
3/1/2017 5/6/2017 - 5/20/2017
8/15/2017 10/14/2017 - 10/28/2017
Eligibility
Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine:
  1. The Board shall require candidates for certification to meet one of the following:
    1. Successfully completed a minimum of two years residency training in a program approved by the CPME or another recognized accrediting body accepted by the CPME (submit proof of residency with application).
    2. Successfully completed a one-year residency program approved by the CPME or another recognized accrediting body accepted by the CPME PLUS at least 10 years of practice as a podiatrist (submit proof of residency with application).
    3. No residency program and a minimum of at least 20 years of practice as a podiatrist.
  2. Hold a current DPM license. (Submit a copy of current DPM license with application.)
  3. Hold a DPM degree in the United States (or territorial possession). (Submit a copy of degree with application.)
  4. Submit a copy of the front of a current driverís license or other government photo ID.
  5. Conduct a search of the National Practitioners Database and submit a copy of your record.
  6. Two letters of professional recommendation, on letterhead, from fellow podiatrists.
  7. A letter, on hospital letterhead, confirming the completion of a residency of at least two years.
  8. Completion of consent form.
  9. Post graduate resume, showing podiatric work history from the time of graduation to the present.
  10. Completion and filing of the application for the Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination.
  11. Payment of required fee(s) (see fees on page 6).
  12. Submission and the Board acceptance of at least eight (8) documented primary care cases, which meet the Boardís established case submission requirements. Submission of cases must be made within one year of examination date and performed within a two year time frame.
NOTE: NOTE: Guidelines for Case Submissions will be mailed upon passing the Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination.

Foot and Ankle Surgery:
  1. The Board shall require candidates for certification to meet one of the following:
    1. Successfully completed a minimum of two years residency training in a program approved by the CPME or another recognized accrediting body accepted by the CPME (submit proof of residency with application).
    2. Successfully completed a one-year residency program approved by the CPME or another recognized accrediting body accepted by the CPME PLUS at least 10 years of practice as a podiatrist (submit proof of residency with application).
    3. No residency program and a minimum of at least 20 years of practice as a podiatrist.
  2. Hold a current DPM license. (Submit a copy of current DPM license with application.)
  3. Hold a DPM degree in the United States (or territorial possession). (Submit a copy of degree with application.)
  4. Submit a copy of the front of a current driverís license or other government photo ID.
  5. Conduct a search of the National Practitioners Database and submit a copy of your record.
  6. Two letters of professional recommendations, on letterhead, from fellow podiatrists.
  7. A letter, on hospital letterhead, confirming the completion of a residency of at least two years.
  8. Completion of consent form.
  9. Post graduate resume, showing podiatric work history from the time of graduation to the present.
  10. Completion and filing of the application for the Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination.
  11. Payment of required fee(s) (see fees on page 6).
  12. Submission and the Board acceptance of at least fifty (50) documented surgical cases which meet the Board's established case submission requirements. Submission of case documentation must be made within two years of examination date and performed within a four year time frame.
NOTE WELL: Certification in Podiatry Surgery will be conferred only upon successful completion of certification in Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine.

NOTE: Guidelines for Case Submissions will be mailed upon passing the Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination.
Fee(s)
Both Examinations $1000.00
Regional Testing Center(s)
It will be offered at PSI testing centers. Click here to search for the site nearest you.

NOTE: You will not be able to select a testing center on the PSI site prior to receiving confirmation that you are registered for a certification exam.
Handbook and Application Request

Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification and Foot and Ankle Surgery Certification Examination

Click here to Download the Handbook and Application Now!

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader,
click here for FREE download.

GET FREE ADOBE ACROBAT READER!

Certification Examination in Prevention and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Wounds and in Diabetic Foot Wear
Application Deadline
Examination Date  
12/1/2016 2/11/2017 - 2/25/2017
6/15/2017 8/5/2017 - 8/19/2017
Eligibility
  1. Hold a current DPM, DO, or MD license. (Submit a copy of current license with application.)
  2. Hold a DPM, DO, or MD degree in the United States (or territorial possession). (Submit a copy of degree with application.)
  3. Three years of current clinical experience
  4. Submit a copy of the front of a current driverís license or other government photo ID.
  5. Three letters of professional recommendations, on letterhead, from fellow DPMs, DOs or MDs relating to the candidateís experience in diabetic wound care, specifically noting that the candidate has at least three years of experience.
  6. Submit a copy of current resume or curriculum vitae.
  7. Conduct a search of the National Practitioners Database and submit a copy of your record.
  8. Completion of consent form.
  9. Payment of required fee.
Fee(s)
Examination Fee $500.00
Regional Testing Center(s)
It will be offered at PSI testing centers. Click here to search for the site nearest you.

NOTE: You will not be able to select a testing center on the PSI site prior to receiving confirmation that you are registered for a certification exam.
Handbook and Application Request

Certification Examination in Prevention and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Wounds and in Diabetic Foot Wear

Click here to Download the Handbook and Application Now!

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader,
click here for FREE download.

GET FREE ADOBE ACROBAT READER!

Certification Examination in Limb Preservation and Salvage
Application Deadline
Examination Date  
11/21/2016 1/14/2017 - 1/28/2017
4/17/2017 6/10/2017 - 6/24/2017
Eligibility
  1. Licensed as an DPM, MD, DO or equivalent in other countries (must submit copy of license and degree)
  2. Hold current board certification by a recognized certification board by the respective profession (must submit copy of certificate)
  3. Conduct a search of the National Practitioners Database and submit a copy of your record.
  4. Submit application, consent form, copy of the front of a current driverís license or other government photo identification, and fee. * Recommended two (2) years experience in the limb salvage clinical setting
Fee(s)
Examination Fee $495.00
Regional Testing Center(s)
It will be offered at PSI testing centers. Click here to search for the site nearest you.

NOTE: You will not be able to select a testing center on the PSI site prior to receiving confirmation that you are registered for a certification exam.
Handbook and Application Request

Certification Examination in Limb Preservation and Salvage

Click here to Download the Handbook and Application Now!

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat Reader,
click here for FREE download.

GET FREE ADOBE ACROBAT READER!

             
PC Practice Test
ONLINE PRACTICE TEST IN PRIMARY CARE
Application Deadline
Examination Date  
N/A Available Now
Online Testing Details
WHAT IS IT
A practice test consisting of 60 questions with a testing time of 2 hours taken over the Internet.

WHEN
Available Now

WHY TAKE IT
To experience taking a computerized exam, to review an example of the type of content included in the Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine Certification Examination (ABMSP-PC), and to learn more about question format, style, and level of difficulty.

SCORE REPORT
After completing the online practice test, you will receive an instant score report showing test performance in each of the content areas. The score report does not provide correct answers or indicate which questions were answered correctly and incorrectly. Once the practice test is scored, you cannot return to the test to review the questions.

NOTE: Performance on the online practice test may differ from actual performance on the Certification Examination. Thus, there is no guarantee that taking this practice test will help you pass the Certification Examination. Participants may, however, find it helpful to review content in any areas of weakness indicated on the score reports prior to taking the Certification Examination.
CONTENT INCLUDED
  1. Examination
  2. Pathology
  3. Treatment
MORE INFO
Visit secure.ptcny.com/webtest to apply online or call Professional Testing Corporation at 212-356-0660
Fee(s)
Fee (by Credit card) $75.00
 How to Apply

ONLINE PRACTICE TEST IN PRIMARY CARE

Go to https://secure.ptcny.com/webtest to learn how to apply, pay, and take the online practice test online.
FAS Practice Test
ONLINE PRACTICE TEST IN FOOT ANKLE SURGERY
Application Deadline
Examination Date  
N/A Available Now
Online Testing Details
WHAT IS IT
A practice test consisting of 60 questions with a testing time of 2 hours taken over the Internet.

WHEN
Available Now

WHY TAKE IT
To experience taking a computerized exam, to review an example of the type of content included in the Ankle Surgery Certification Examination (ABMSP-PS), and to learn more about question format, style, and level of difficulty.

SCORE REPORT
After completing the online practice test, you will receive an instant score report showing test performance in each of the content areas. The score report does not provide correct answers or indicate which questions were answered correctly and incorrectly. Once the practice test is scored, you cannot return to the test to review the questions.

NOTE: Performance on the online practice test may differ from actual performance on the Certification Examination. Thus, there is no guarantee that taking this practice test will help you pass the Certification Examination. Participants may, however, find it helpful to review content in any areas of weakness indicated on the score reports prior to taking the Certification Examination.
CONTENT INCLUDED
  1. Examination
  2. Diagnosis
  3. Conditions
  4. Surgery
  5. Pharmacology and Nutrition
MORE INFO
Visit secure.ptcny.com/webtest to apply online or call Professional Testing Corporation at 212-356-0660
Fee(s)
Fee (by Credit card) $75.00
 How to Apply

ONLINE PRACTICE TEST IN FOOT AND ANKLE SURGERY

Go to https://secure.ptcny.com/webtest to learn how to apply, pay, and take the online practice test online.
             
DFW Practice Test
ONLINE PRACTICE TEST IN DIABETIC FOOT WOUND
Application Deadline
Examination Date  
N/A Available Now
Online Testing Details
WHAT IS IT
A practice test consisting of 60 questions with a testing time of 2 hours taken over the Internet.

WHEN
Available Now

WHY TAKE IT
To experience taking a computerized exam, to review an example of the type of content included in the Certification Examination in Prevention and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Wounds and in Diabetic Foot Wear (ABMSP-DFW), and to learn more about question format, style, and level of difficulty.

SCORE REPORT
After completing the online practice test, you will receive an instant score report showing test performance in each of the content areas. The score report does not provide correct answers or indicate which questions were answered correctly and incorrectly. Once the practice test is scored, you cannot return to the test to review the questions.

NOTE: Performance on the online practice test may differ from actual performance on the Certification Examination. Thus, there is no guarantee that taking this practice test will help you pass the Certification Examination. Participants may, however, find it helpful to review content in any areas of weakness indicated on the score reports prior to taking the Certification Examination.
CONTENT INCLUDED
  1. Anatomy and Physiology
  2. Etiology and Pathophysiology
  3. Psychosocial Factors
  4. Diagnostic Considerations
  5. Examination
  6. Treatment
MORE INFO
Visit secure.ptcny.com/webtest to apply online or call Professional Testing Corporation at 212-356-0660
Fee(s)
Fee (by Credit card) $75.00
 How to Apply

ONLINE PRACTICE TEST IN DIABETIC FOOT WOUND

Go to https://secure.ptcny.com/webtest to learn how to apply, pay, and take the online practice test online.

Copyright ©2001 PTC. All rights reserved.
Privacy Policy - Terms of Use