Why join the Texas Podiatric Medical Association (TPMA) and the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA)?  

TPMA and APMA members are part of a unified professional fellowship. The state and national associations provide each individual member the support of professional peers. In addition, members receive significant benefits including:

  • Savings on Continuing Medical Education
  • Savings on Radiology and Staff Training
  • Online CME Registry
  • Advocacy
  • Representation on the State and National Level
  • Public Education
  • Member Communications
  • Discounts and Services

The TPMA/APMA membership year runs from June 1 to May 31. Membership dues are paid annually for this period and vary according to your years of practice.

Dues for TPMA and APMA are not independent of each other and must be paid together.

Member Status TPMA Dues APMA Dues
DPM in Residency or Fellowship Free Free
DPM in First Year of Practice (A1) $332 $325
DPM in Second Year of Practice (A2) $437 $325
DPM in Third Year of Practice (A3) $590 $695
DPM in Fourth of Practice (A4) $690 $695
DPM in Fifth or More Year of Practice (AC) $800 $925
DPM Faculty Member (FC) $453 $463
Non-Practicing DPM (NP)* $362.50 $232


Join TPMA today via the APMA website by completing the appropriate online form:

Or, download, complete, and return the appropriate application form to the APMA.

*This membership category requires renewal at the beginning of each fiscal year (June 1). Apply for non-practicing member status here.

Once we receive your application we will be able to determine your TPMA and APMA dues.