Attend an Arthroplasty Disaster Conference Provided by FORE
Orthopaedic professionals can attend the biennial Arthroplasty Disaster International Conference provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) to expand their skills. With a focus on arthroplasty revision, complex reconstruction and treating infected joints, this course is ideal for medical practitioners who have a special interest in joint surgery. Orthopaedic surgeons, orthopaedic oncologists, residents, fellows, physical therapists and other industry professionals are all welcome to attend this course.
FORE’s Arthroplasty Disaster International Conference, which is being held in Miami September 22–24, 2016, focuses on a variety of topics related to knee, hip and shoulder surgery. Sessions are updated each conference to reflect the most relevant advances in orthopaedic medicine, with typical discussions including:
- Comparisons of clinical outcomes for the newest surgical implants
- Potential alternatives to high-risk arthroplasty
- Ethical, moral and cost considerations in respect to joint repair vs. replacement and arthroplasty revision
- Strategies for proactively reducing complication rates (including the occurrence of infected joints) after complex arthroplasty reconstruction
Not only does this conference include presentations on today’s most relevant orthopaedic treatments and technologies, it also allows abundant time for technique development and one-on-one dialogue. Attendees at this FORE arthroplasty conference can confer with top orthopaedic surgeons and musculoskeletal oncologists to discuss some of the most complex situations faced during surgery, so participants can leave with valuable insight into the best strategies for addressing their patients’ needs.
To learn more about our upcoming events or to register for our biennial Arthroplasty Disaster International Conference, contact FORE today.