State-of-the-Art Knee Replacement Techniques Presented at Orthopedic Surgery Conferences
Orthopedic professionals who specialize in knee replacement can explore new techniques by attending the innovative conferences provided by FORE, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education. We offer a variety of conferences, including courses dedicated to fracture treatment, revision joint replacement, trauma surgery and sports medicine, among other topics, and welcome orthopedic professionals from all aspects of the field to attend our meetings. This includes orthopedic surgeons and non-operative physicians, as well as physical therapists, rehabilitation specialists and orthopedic nurses who care for patients before and after knee replacement surgery.
At FORE’s conferences, attendees can gain insight into the current best practices for knee replacement surgery, as well as techniques for patient selection and infection/failure reduction. Attendees can also:
- Gain hands-on experience with select techniques and procedures (at conferences that feature bioskills lab sessions)
- Pose questions to and discuss relevant concerns with some of the nation’s most highly regarded joint surgeons and revision experts
- Consider non-surgical treatment alternatives for patients who are not good candidates for joint replacement due to age, weight, lifestyle, medical history or other factors
Additionally, attendees can accumulate CME credits commensurate with their participation in the activities (FORE is accredited by ACCME, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education). We design our conferences for busy medical professionals, prioritizing opportunities for discussion and implementation while adhering to a concise and well-organized schedule.
To learn more about upcoming conferences that highlight knee replacement techniques and other advances in joint replacement surgery, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education. FORE’s conferences run throughout the year, with events in top locations throughout the United States.