Gain Hands-On Experience with the Latest Hip Surgery Techniques
To meet their patients’ various and distinct needs, surgeons need experience with a variety of hip surgery techniques. More importantly, they need to know which options are most appropriate in different situations. To help practicing surgeons expand their clinical skills, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) offers a variety of accredited conferences, including the annual Winter Hip & Knee Course.
As a premiere opportunity for orthopedic surgeons to explore the latest hip surgery techniques, our annual Winter Hip & Knee Course features:
- Panel discussions
- Video vignettes
- Q&A series
- Interactive debates
Participants can gain detailed insight into computer-assisted and minimally invasive approaches to primary and revisionary hip replacement surgery, as well as the benefits of different surgical implants. They’re also encouraged to discuss strategies for preventing and managing complications, supporting rehabilitation and achieving the best possible functional outcomes.
Throughout the course of the conference, participants are able to gain real-world insight from some of the industry’s top researchers and clinicians. With a new faculty specifically chosen for each conference, FORE makes it possible for surgeons to collaborate with key innovators in the field. And, because we understand how important it is to engage and interact throughout the process, we specifically design our conferences to be highly interactive with plenty of time for discussion.
To learn more about our upcoming events or to find a conference that focuses on hip surgery techniques, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education. We encourage you to register early to secure your spot and take advantage of group rate accommodations, although last-minute registration may be available for certain events.