Global Diabetic Foot Course
The Evolving Concept in Diabetic Foot
12-15 November 2023
Intercity Hotel Muscat, Oman


committee Organizing / Scientific Committee


Dr. Talal Elenizi Khader Talal, DPM

Consultant Podiatrist, Foot and Ankle Surgeon
Head of Podiatric Services/Consultant
Hamad Medical Corporation.Qatar.

Dr. TALAL KHADER TALAL is Podiatric Consultant specializing in comprehensive foot and ankle surgery and reconstruction and head of podiatrist in Hamad Medical Corporation. Dr Talal is Executive member on Gulf Diabetic Foo Working Group. He has Diplomate in American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry Treatment & Prevention of Diabetic Foot Wounds & in Diabetic Footwear and has Diplomate in Limb Preservation & Salvage, Charcot Reconstruction,; he had his Bachelor of Major in Biology from Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa.USA and Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine), He presented in may international and regional conferences and courses.

He conducted research on

  • Body worn sensor technology for improving Diabetic Care during activity Of daily living.
  • Game-Based Virtual Reality Approach for Improving Balance, Reducing Fall, and Preventing Complications in Diabetes .
  • SmartSox Using Intelligent Textiles to Dose Activity and PresentComplications
  • SmartSock Technology to Prevent Diabetic Foot Ulcer Based on Fiberoptic Concept

He published many article Foot Ulcers:

  • Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatments Chapter VIII Fungal Infections of the Diabetic Foot
  • Plantar Temperature is increased by Repetitive Plantar Stress But Is Reduced in Non-Charcot Diabetes, 6th International Symposium on the Diabetic Foot
  • Game-Based Virtual Reality for Improving Postural Control Strategy In Diabetes.
  • Gait Balance and Plantar Temperature Fluctuation In Charcot And Diabetes Patients With and Without Active Foot Ulcer
  • The Thermal Stress Test: Can We Better Identify Who Will Develop Charcot Foot Syndromes or Bilateral Disease?