FORE’s Arthroscopy Conferences Highlight the Latest Surgical Techniques
Arthroscopy techniques are continually evolving, with newer and more effective approaches being developed on an ongoing basis. However, staying up-to-date with these changes can be difficult – especially for busy medical professionals. As an exclusive provider of orthopedic CME, FORE (the Foundation for Orthopedic Research and Education) offers a variety of conferences that help participants remain at the forefront of their respective fields.
When it comes to arthroscopy education, FORE’s conferences are unique in that they:
- Include more than just lectures and presentations – We believe that our participants learn the most when they’re able to put principles into practice. The majority of our conferences include workshops and bioskills labs that allow participants to gain hands-on experience with new arthroscopy techniques.
- Have small class sizes and encourage collaboration – At many conferences, it’s easy to get lost in the crowd. FORE’s events, however, are designed to facilitate one-on-one and small group discussion. We encourage our participants to ask questions, share experiences and gain new insights that they can apply to their own practices.
- Also feature strategies for rehabilitation and nonsurgical care – Even when using the most advanced arthroscopy techniques, surgery isn’t right for every patient. FORE’s conferences help surgeons determine which patients are the best surgical candidates, when they should refer their patients to a physical or occupational therapist, and what they can do in their own practice to help incorporate nonsurgical care.
For a full list of upcoming conferences that discuss arthroscopy techniques, contact the Foundation for Research and Education.