The A.E.N.S. was founded as a society to promote the collaborative study and development of medical research regarding the treatment of extremity nerve disease.
Membership is inclusive of MD, DO, DPM, PHD and medical student individuals interested in furthering the dissemination of current knowledge and development of basic medical research in peripheral nerve disease.
AENS provides educational opportunities for it's members as well as continuing education credit. For more information and registration details,
To find a member with FELLOW status of the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeonsclick here. A FELLOW is a physician that is a member in good standing and has completed specialty training and has at least 2 years or more of case experience. To confirm details of extremity nerve treatment offered or insurance information, contact the physician directly.
ENRF's focus is to conduct and support scientific research to advance extremity nerve treatment that makes a difference in our world.
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A Message From The AENS President
Dr. Mark Schuenke Receives 2018 Silas Weir Mitchell Award
Mark Schuenke, Ph.D. was the 2018 recipient of the Silas Weir Mitchell Award. Dr.Schuenke is the current Associate Chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Associate Professor of Anatomy at the University of New England of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine. The award was given by the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons in recognition of outstanding contribution and body of work to the understanding of peripheral nerve physiology and disease. It was presented during the Annual Symposium on November 10, 2018 at the Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, La. The award is named after Dr. Mitchell whom is considered the father of neurology, writer, researcher and pioneer of scientific medicine in 1900.
Congratulations to the Newest AENS Fellows - Awarded November 2018
Sequoia DuCasse, DPM, FAENS
Frederick Mechanik, DPM, FAENS
Michael Nirenberg, DPM, FAENS
Aaron Ruter, DPM, FAENS