Hip Surgery Education – Accredited Orthopedic Conferences Provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education
Fast-paced and dynamic hip surgery education is provided by FORE – the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education. With a wide range of courses highlighting today’s latest advances in hip replacement surgery, fracture care, rehabilitation and hip injury prevention, FORE makes it easier than ever for orthopedic professionals to expand their professional skills and implement innovative strategies in their own clinical practices.
Providing a variety of courses for hip surgery education, either as a primary area of focus or one of several topics related to the broader field of orthopedics, FORE makes it possible for medical professionals to explore:
- Current trends in the diagnosis and treatment of hip injuries
- Emerging surgical technologies, tools, devices and techniques
- Post-operative rehabilitation strategies to improve function, range of motion and quality of life
- Non-operative treatment options
- Surgical candidate selection guidelines
Each educational opportunity incorporates a wide range of activities, from surgical demonstrations and hands-on workshops (at select conferences) to Q&A sessions and panel discussions. Participants can claim continuing medical education credits commensurate with their participation in the activities; FORE’s conferences are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).
For more information about hip surgery education, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education today. Upcoming conferences with a focus on hip surgery include the Annual Winter Hip & Knee Course, Orthopaedics Trauma & Fracture Care, the Atlanta Trauma Symposium, the 5th Annual Revision Course and the 6th Annual Direct Anterior Approach Hip Course.