Food Unwrapped Meet...

#FoodUnwrapped looked at how #fishskin helps heal chronic wounds for patients in the UK. Click Here to watch the Video

Kerecis on Burns

Register for a unique webinar Friday December 4th at 17:00 CET on the use of intact Icelandic fish skin grafts for the management of burns. Dr Christoph Wallner and Dr Steven Jeffery, two highly...

Kerecis CEO...

Kerecis CEO, Fertram Sigurjonsson was recognized by Industry Tech Outlook for his leadership in developing and commercializing fish skin for tissue regeneration and wound healing. In the article...

DPM Practice...

  Aug 20 – 8:00 PM ET – Running a DPM practice in a COVID-19 world is a tricky business. Patients have gained additional complications as they make appointments, surgeries have become...

Kerecis Named One...

“MedTech Outlook Magazine” has named Kerecis one of this year’s top surgical solutions providers, an award that recognizes “companies that are at the forefront of providing surgical solutions...

Free CME Credit...

  July 16 – 8:00 PM ET – Chronic wounds are a complex interplay of multiple comorbid conditions; some modifiable and some not. There are many advanced therapies available to assist...

Kerecis founder...

Our founder and CEO was recently interview by the Icelandic Federation of Industries special publication on Innovation in Iceland. In the interview he talks about his background as an entrepreneur...

Practical Podiatry...

Join Kerecis for Practical Podiatry Practices with Wounded Patients, a webinar by Dr. Matthew Babich from Texas Foot & Ankle Center focusing on his approach to addressing the needs of complex...

Challenging...

Please join Dr. Jacob Reinkraut, DPM, on Tuesday June 23 as he explores “Challenging Situations in the Treatment of Post Epidemics Wounds.” Learning Objectives will include: Optimizing...

Rooster the...

For 2 years Rooster the Strawberry Mustang suffered from an open wound with exposed bone. The wound would itch and Rooster would bite it. Three different vets said that the area simply couldn’t...