Arthroplasty Education Events for Orthopedic Surgeons
Arthroplasty education can help orthopedic surgeons become more adept at performing minimally invasive hip, knee, shoulder and ankle surgery. The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) – one of the nation’s premiere providers of orthopedic CME – is proud to offer expert-led courses, such as Frontiers in Upper Extremity Surgery, Current Solutions in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery and the Annual David A. McQueen Memorial Perspectives in Total Joint Arthroplasty Conference, all of which highlight the latest techniques in joint surgery and arthroplasty.
Taking a unique approach to arthroplasty education, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education emphasizes:
- Small class sizes
- The selection of esteemed thought leaders as conference faculty
- Extensive discussion and communication
At FORE’s arthroplasty conferences, surgeons can learn how to more efficiently evaluate surgical candidates, select the most appropriate prosthetic devices for surgery, implement newer techniques for greater surgical precision and implement strategies for postoperative rehabilitation. Participants can also learn about surgical alternatives and how to most effectively implement these treatments.
Additionally, at many conference events, classroom-based education is supplemented with arthroscopy workshops and hands-on bioskills labs, enabling participants to put principles into practice. As a result, it’s even easier for clinicians to apply what they learn at FORE’s CME events to their own orthopedic practices. Non-surgical professionals (e.g., nurses and physical therapists) are also welcome to attend these conferences to learn strategies for their own approach to patient care.
If you’re interested in participating in an upcoming arthroplasty education event, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education today.