Learn New Robotic and Minimally Invasive Knee Replacement Techniques
The techniques that are used during knee replacement surgery can make all the difference in a patient’s outcome. To gain hands-on experience with the latest approaches, such as robotic and minimally invasive knee replacement surgery, consider attending an orthopaedic conference provided by FORE – the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education. We understand your commitment to helping your patients get back to their active lives — and we’re equally committed to providing you with the quality medical education that you need.
As an accredited provider for orthopedic CME, FORE makes it possible for participants to explore the latest knee replacement techniques (and other surgical approaches) in a real-world setting. We use cadaver labs, live surgical demonstrations and other engaging workshops to make concepts come to life. Our courses also include interactive discussions of topics such as:
- Postoperative pain management strategies
- Blood conservation techniques
- Quality mandates
At our conferences, you’ll be able to learn from some of the industry’s most respected names in orthopedic surgery. The clinicians we select to present their research are at the forefront of their respective fields, with not only an in-depth understanding of the latest techniques but also the passion to share them with others.
If you’re specifically interested in knee replacement techniques, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education to register for our upcoming Revision Hip and Knee Course or our Annual Winter Hip and Knee Conferences. Or, to review a full list of all upcoming orthopedic courses, please see our annual CME calendar. We provide a variety of accredited conferences, including events that focus specifically on arthroscopy, trauma surgery, sports medicine and other related topics.