Dr. Craig Walker is the founder and chairman for New Cardiovascular Horizons (NCVH), a multi-disciplinary conference focused on peripheral artery disease with a special emphasis on critical limb ischemia. NCVH has become the largest peripheral intervention conference in the United States.
The conference is an assembly of world-leaders in peripheral artery disease and educates and trains medical professionals from around the world on the latest techniques to treat coronary and peripheral arterial disease. The conference is known for broadcasting live cases from both domestic and international sites. Dr. Walker maintains the distinction title of primary investigator for several cardiovascular and peripheral devices. Through his extensive knowledge and research in peripheral arterial disease (PAD), Dr. Walker has trained thousands of physicians in PAD and limb salvage, and he is co-director of the largest PAD teaching course in the United States.
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For a list of upcoming NCVH conferences please visit ncvh.org.