Explore New Arthroscopy Techniques at FORE’s Orthopedic Conferences for Surgical Professionals
The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) highlights the latest arthroscopy techniques at a variety of orthopaedic conferences, including the Atlanta Trauma Symposium, Trauma 101 and Orthopaedics Trauma and Fracture Care. These conferences are uniquely designed for busy medical professionals, introducing today’s latest techniques and technologies in a fast-paced, hands-on format.
FORE’s world-renowned conference faculty teaches novel arthroscopy techniques through a variety of methods, including:
- Live surgical demonstrations (at select conferences)
- Hands-on bioskills workshops (at select conferences)
- Panel discussions
- Q&A sessions
These conferences also teach attendees how to select patients for arthroscopic surgery, how to minimize complication rates and how to help patients rehabilitate their injuries following surgery. Participants evaluate the latest clinical findings to determine which treatment methods are most likely to result in positive patient outcomes, then decide how to best implement these findings in their own clinical practices.
Each conference has a highly unique agenda that features abundant time for one-on-one and small group discussion. This allows participants to gain an in-depth understanding of advanced arthroscopy techniques and when to use them, while gaining relevant insight from peers and widely respected leaders in the field of arthroscopic surgery. With small class sizes and a highly engaging atmosphere, FORE’s conferences stand out from others in the industry in terms of both relevance and information retention.
To learn more about today’s latest arthroscopy techniques, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education to register for one of our upcoming courses.