Enhance Your Professional Skills at a Foot and Ankle Course Provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE)
Current Solutions in Foot and Ankle Surgery is an accredited course by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE), one of the nation’s top providers of orthopedic education. This conference, scheduled for January 26-28, 2017, in Tampa, Florida, invites surgeons, podiatric physicians, rehabilitation specialists and other medical professionals to learn today’s latest techniques for arthritis treatment, soft tissue repair, fracture and injury treatment and complex surgical reconstruction of the foot and ankle.
With events scheduled from the early morning through the late afternoon, FORE’s foot and ankle conference will provide participants with numerous opportunities to network with other medical professionals, share perspectives and put principles into practice. This conference will not only incorporate traditional lectures and debates pertaining to orthobiologics, arthroplasty techniques and other related topics, but also cadaveric lab opportunities in which participants can gain hands-on experience with the newest:
- Surgical navigation systems
- Powered surgical instruments
- Achilles insertional debridement techniques
- Plantar plate repair options
FORE’s practical approach to orthopedic CME makes these courses highly engaging and educational, as do the frequent opportunities for one-on-one and small-group discussions. As with FORE’s other orthopedic conferences, Current Solutions in Foot and Ankle Surgery emphasizes collaboration and dynamic dialogue, allowing participants to truly absorb the information being presented. At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be able to apply the latest techniques for foot and ankle surgery to their own clinical practices, helping to enhance patient outcomes while expertly dealing with any intraoperative challenges that might arise.
To register for any of our upcoming events, including our foot and ankle course, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education today.