Congratulations to our very own Dr. Jennifer Jansma and her teammate Carol Lewando. They won the 1st place prize in the 2016 Crystal Gallery of Ice competition. Their oceanic themed entry, The Pearl depicts an underwater scene with vertical coral elements and a large clam with a round ice pearl inside. The 2016 Crystal Gallery … Read More
AFAS’s own Dr. Jared Kern completes the Little Su 50K race on Saturday, February14, 2015. The Little Su 50K is a companion race to the Susitna 100. A ski, foot and bike race on packed snowmachine and dog sled trails in the Susitna River valley, north of Anchorage. Dr. Kern finished the Little Su 50K … Read More
2015 Iron Dog update: Team 4 has left the official restart in Big Lake, Alaska and is racing towards a successful finish in Fairbanks. This years race will provide some difficult challenges for riders along the trail. The lack of snow and open water areas, will force riders to slow down and take the necessary … Read More
2015 Iron Dog Team 4 is ready to race! All of the preparations and tech inspections are finished. Now rookie riders, Kidwell and Wood just need to reach the the finish line. 2015 Iron Dog Team 4 drew the fourteenth starting position for the ceremonial start, Saturday February 21, 2015 in Downtown Anchorage. Alaska Foot … Read More
Effective November 1, 2014 Alaska Foot & Ankle Specialists will be an in-network provider for Cigna Health Insurance PPO plans. Cigna provides health care and related benefits to individuals, employers, brokers and consultants.
Alaska Foot & Ankle Specialists received the Mt. Huntington Award from Anchorage Project Access. The Mt. Huntington Award was granted to AFAS providers for their commitment and generous service to medically uninsured patients. Anchorage Project Access is a physician-led community effort to provide health care to low income uninsured residents with the Municipality of Anchorage. … Read More
Dr. Jared Kern physician at Alaska Foot & Ankle Specialists is competing in the 2014 Kesugi Ridge Traverse in Denali State Park. The 2014 Kesugi Ridge Traverse is a 30 mile ridge run with over 5,000 feet of elevation gain through the Alaskan tundra with amazing views of Denali and the Alaskan range. Race participants … Read More