Attend the Nation’s Leading Hand Conference at FIVE Labs in Tampa, Florida
Frontiers in Upper Extremity Surgery is a top hand conference that is held each year in Tampa, Florida. Open to general orthopaedic surgeons, plastic surgeons who specialize in hand and wrist procedures, residents and fellows, nurses, surgical assistants and other orthopedic professionals, this event provides a detailed look at the latest advances in hand and upper extremity surgery.
The agenda for the Frontiers in Upper Extremity Surgery hand conference changes each year, although participants can expect to discuss topics such as:
- Endoscopic carpal and cubital tunnel release
- Thumb UCL repair (with and without internal bracing support)
- Targeted muscle renervation
- Distal radius fracture treatment
- Rheumatoid hand surgery
- Distal biceps repair surgery
- Surgical and nonsurgical treatment options for Dupuytren Contracture
- Reverse shoulder arthroplasty
- Vascularized and non-vascularized bone grafting
Participants can also discuss strategies for reducing patient complications and helping patients rehabilitate their injuries after hand surgery. At this conference, participants are even encouraged to expand their technical proficiency in the FIVE Labs cadaver lab, testing out novel procedures in a hands-on introductory workshop. The course’s faculty of accomplished hand, wrist and upper extremity surgeons will be there to provide advice, guidance and real-world insight.
To register for the next Frontiers in Upper Extremity Surgery hand conference, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education today. FORE’s courses are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), and participants can claim CME credits commensurate with their participation in each event.